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The Nonsense We Live With

A lot has been said over the past years about the dire condition our country is in. Some of us feel like Canada is on the verge of collapse as a free nation. Others cheer when consciences are seared and time-tested moral restraints are removed.
  • Tue, September 12, 2023
  • Vicki Gunn
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In All Labour There Is Profit

This Labour Day week, it’s good for us to reflect on the value of work and the blessing it is to be able to earn our living, contribute to society and grow in our understanding of our fellow human beings. It’s ironic that on Labour Day, most Canadian workers (not all by any means) are not labouring at their regular paid employment.
  • Tue, September 05, 2023
  • Rod Taylor
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Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and the ‘Supremacy of God’

“Whereas Canada is founded upon principles that recognize the supremacy of God and the rule of law:”
These are the very first words of the Charter—and note at the end the punctuation mark—a colon! This tells the reader to anticipate what comes next, especially with the first word being “whereas.”
  • Tue, August 29, 2023
  • Honourable A. Brian Peckford P.C.
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Who’s to Blame for Censorship?

It seems our current federal government wants to treat Canadian citizens as children who could not possibly understand the complexities of public policy and who should not be allowed to question them as they go about their business of taxing, spending, imposing and pontificating.
  • Tue, August 22, 2023
  • Rod Taylor
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Quit Whining and Do Something!

Have you ever reacted to something you’ve read by thinking that everything you hear from that writer is negative . . . “This is wrong . . . That is wrong.” Always something to complain about.
  • Tue, August 15, 2023
  • Vicki Gunn
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Friends and Allies

A friend of mine once remarked, “There is a big difference between friends and allies.” We both worked at the same sawmill, were members of the same union and shared a number of personal values.
  • Tue, August 08, 2023
  • Rod Taylor
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What Is ‘Treason’?

What is treason? One dictionary definition is: “showing no loyalty to your country, especially by helping its enemies or trying to defeat its government.”
  • Tue, August 01, 2023
  • Ron Gray
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Trudeau Uses Subterfuge to Ban Natural Health Products

And that is how his son, Justin Trudeau, has just passed legislation intended to eliminate our access to natural food supplements by hiding changes to the law deep within the Liberals’ Budget Implementation Bill, Bill C-47.
  • Tue, July 25, 2023
  • Rod Taylor
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Hidden Dangers of the Great Reset

The globalization trap is now unravelling before our eyes, like a slow-motion train wreck; its motto is “You’ll own nothing. And you’ll be happy.” There’s a sotto voce “Or else!” that follows.
  • Tue, July 18, 2023
  • Ron Gray
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Affirming Equality

On June 29, 2023, the United States Supreme Court delivered decisions in two cases regarding the legitimacy of using race as a factor in awarding admission to colleges and universities in the United States.
  • Tue, July 11, 2023
  • Rod Taylor
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The Canadian Government Is Deaf to Parents

We have recently seen in the news some challenges between the viewpoints of a Provincial Premier, under whose Constitutional authority education sits, and our Prime Minister who, as a fine example of hubris, believes that his authority supersedes that of the Premier, even over areas of provincial jurisdiction.
  • Tue, July 04, 2023
  • Vicki Gunn
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Canada Day Greetings!

To our friends, members of the CHP and those who follow us, we declare to you that this Canada Day is a good time to hold our nation up in prayer. The Canada in which we grew up, the Canada we love, the Canada that was highly esteemed among the nations of the world—that Canada now exists only in our memories of the past and our dreams for the future.
  • Fri, June 30, 2023
  • Rod Taylor
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