Jun 182021
 

FW from Canadian Border Services Agency (CBSA) Biometrics and Identity Management It’s directed to a Canadian audience. But, it’s the Canada-U.S. border. The extrapolation for “the south side of the border” follows after. /Sandra  The CBSA is using covid- induced fear to put Surveillance of Canadians into the stratosphere. A tender notice or Notice of […]

Feb 142021
 

Derek writes: This really bothers me….I see it as a slithery ploy by Trudeau and Freeland to finally allow bulk sale of fresh water to the States under some mumble mouthed phrase that will be interpreted by “an independent Tribunal of corporate CEOs”. If you have any way of supporting Sandra Finley please do.  (simply […]

Sep 242020
 

For consideration. There is a large factor to be considered:   Corruption. How much money the Cameco executives, for example, are making. Provinces like Saskatchewan do not have laws against Corporate contributions to political parties. How much influence Anne McLellan, one of the “Good ol’ boys” in Liberal circles,  has. She’s on the Board of Cameco.   […]

Sep 082020
 

Hey!  Some good news.    /Sandra Kim writes: This Greenpeace test to detect GM crops is an important breakthrough that should help keep Bayer/Monsanto and other ag biotech companies in check. htt ZZ  ps://ww ZZ w.green ZZ  peace  ZZ dot org/  ZZ  eu-unit/issues/nature-food/4102/  ZZ  first-open-source-detection-test-for-a-gene-edited-gm-crop-2/    (SORRY!  To view the posting, copy the URL and then remove […]

Aug 202020
 

Glen Assoun was wrongfully convicted of murder.  He spent close to 17 years in prison.  The podcast Dead Wrong is a careful and troubling documentation of the miscarriage of justice. I speak to one aspect of the remedy.  I am afraid it will not be considered, even though it is one root of the problem. Tim […]

Aug 142020
 

(Organization Name) does NOT FACTOR THE ROLE OF CORRUPTION into its campaigns. You can bleat all you want, nothing changes if corruption is not addressed. See below, a list of compelling statements by seven “thinkers of the day”. A hundred more examples could be added. The “research” on vaccines that is done in Canadian universities […]

Jun 052020
 

April 23, 2020 TO:  Michael Bryant, Executive Director and General Counsel, CCLA (Canadian Civil Liberties Assoc) CC:  Brenda McPhail It was good to hear Michael Enright’s interview of CCLA’s Brenda McPhail, Sunday Edition, April 19th   (CCLA, Director, Privacy, Technology & Surveillance Project). Brenda did a fine job of addressing the implications of Personal Data Collection. […]

May 152020
 

If our decisions are to be based on science and logic we had better be able to recognize sound versus unsound argument.   The inability to distinguish between cause and effect ENABLES the Canadian status quo. Very Serious Matters perennially receive lip service In this illustration – – corruption. Illustrated by the example of former Canadian […]