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Canadian Conservative Party

Discussion in 'TRIBE Main Forum' started by Bernnie Federko, Feb 14, 2017.

  1. ndrwrld

    ndrwrld TRIBE Member

  2. Bernnie Federko

    Bernnie Federko TRIBE Member

  3. ndrwrld

    ndrwrld TRIBE Member

  4. Bernnie Federko

    Bernnie Federko TRIBE Member

  5. So Doug Ford's plan to replace the Cap and Trade system is the same one that the Australians used and wound up producing more emissions.

    The gist of it is - government pays companies to reduce emissions, asks them to come forward with green ideas/solutions/reduction of carbon waste and the Ontario Gov't throws money at it, hoping the plan comes to fruition (it won't).

    I thought his brother Rob was the only one that smoked crack.
  6. Bernnie Federko

    Bernnie Federko TRIBE Member

    You can't quit you're fired

  7. Good to see the Ford ego is still front and center on display for the PC party

    Sure they did - that's why Ford was running away this morning from the cameras when Simard left. He had the same look on his face that he had when the shirtless jogger fucked up their parade for Rob in East York.

    Hope those peeps that voted her in are okay with her being an independent (and a lame duck of a representative).
    Last edited: Nov 29, 2018
  8. Bernnie Federko

    Bernnie Federko TRIBE Member

    Security experts question political influence of Toronto developer with ties to Beijing

    Ted Jiancheng Zhou, a wealthy Toronto developer with close ties to Beijing’s ruling Communist Party who has condominium projects in China and Canada, has become a donor to federal, provincial and municipal politicians – raising concerns among security experts about the influence he may be wielding in Canadian politics. The Globe and Mail reported in Novemberthat Mr. Zhou, who is a permanent resident, recently set up 10 non-profit organizations aimed at helping the federal Conservatives win support within the Chinese-Canadian community before next year’s general election. The Liberals and New Democrats have asked federal Election Commissioner Yves Côté to investigate the relationship between the Conservative Party and Mr. Zhou’s organizations for possible breaches of election spending laws

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