Is Justin Trudeau’s Political Career In A Death Spiral?

Re: Is Justin Trudeau’s Political Career In A Death Spiral?

Postby oldtrucker » Apr 3rd, 2018, 10:15 pm

Carrs Landing Viking wrote:I think all the intelligent voters in Canada, are completely fed up with this air head embarrassing all Canadians.

He was never ready, and never will be. Time to vote for someone who won't bankrupt the country.


Not as a point of argument ,but a point of interest....Canada went broke when it started to aquire massive amounts of debt pre 1973 ish. I do believe our national debt was a 'float' of only 20 billion prior to this.
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Re: Is Justin Trudeau’s Political Career In A Death Spiral?

Postby one wheel » Apr 4th, 2018, 12:51 am

It's to bad we have to wait until an election to get rid of Justin Trudeau & the Liberal Party. How much of this arrogance will Canadians tolerate ?

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Re: Is Justin Trudeau’s Political Career In A Death Spiral?

Postby UhHuhYeahSure » Apr 4th, 2018, 7:48 am

Well I sure hope so.

But the idiots who voted for this child clown will do it again through the legal smoke haze of their weed.
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Re: Is Justin Trudeau’s Political Career In A Death Spiral?

Postby Catsumi » Apr 4th, 2018, 12:19 pm

As a peerless prognosticator I predict we see the last of Bobblehead in 2019. :biggrin: :biggrin: :biggrin:
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Re: Is Justin Trudeau’s Political Career In A Death Spiral?

Postby Snman » Apr 4th, 2018, 7:15 pm

Let's hope it's this imbecile's last visit to the west as PM.

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Re: Is Justin Trudeau’s Political Career In A Death Spiral?

Postby Queen K » Apr 5th, 2018, 2:19 pm

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And when he legalizes pot, you'll forget all about his hair.


https://www.castanet.net/edition/news-s ... htm#222942


The company planning a massive medical cannabis greenhouse on Osoyoos Indian Band land has more big plans in the South Okanagan.

Sunniva Inc. announced on Thursday its proposal to build two greenhouse facilities in the OK Falls industrial park, where the Weyerhauser Mill was formerly housed.

Chief operating officer Duncan Gordon explained the company's plans during a public hearing at the Regional District Okanagan Similkameen board meeting.

Gordon said the company plans to invest about $125 million to build a 740,00-square-foot facility — about 714,000 square feet would be for two cannabis greenhouses, while another 26,000 would be for administrative space.

He added that about 220 skilled and semi-skilled jobs would be created from the facility.

Gordon also made a point of saying the facility wouldn't have any retail sales.

"It is my understanding there has been some challenges in particular in the OK Falls area with retail sales of cannabis. This is purely for the manufacturing and cultivation of medical-grade cannabis."

Gordon told Castanet he thinks the facility would be a good use of the industrial land, which he said has been under-utilized for a long time.

He added there's "extensive opportunity" for the cannabis industry in B.C. and the Okanagan in particular.

"The climate's right for it. We feel there's a lot of opportunity for creating employment in some of these smaller cities, and revitalizing some of them. It's a win-win."

Sunniva Inc. was founded by Poplar Grove Winery owner and Penticton resident Tony Holler. Sunniva is also planning to build a 700,000 square-foot medical cannabis greenhouse on OIB land near Oliver.

For the proposed facility in OK Falls, RDOS board members would need to amend an industrial zone bylaw which would include the production of medical cannabis as a type of manufacturing use.


Here is what I was talking about, medical grade mj, the job making industry is being ramped up in anticipation of the new legalization rules.

Not a job for those still stuck in the Dark Ages regarding the usefulness of cannabis and its medical uses. But jobs nevertheless.

I was thinking that the pot sub-plot in Bates Hotel is a good cautionary tale in regards keeping it illegal.

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Re: Is Justin Trudeau’s Political Career In A Death Spiral?

Postby Jflem1983 » Apr 5th, 2018, 3:17 pm

Queen K wrote:
Gone_Fishin wrote:
And when he legalizes pot, you'll forget all about his hair.


https://www.castanet.net/edition/news-s ... htm#222942


The company planning a massive medical cannabis greenhouse on Osoyoos Indian Band land has more big plans in the South Okanagan.

Sunniva Inc. announced on Thursday its proposal to build two greenhouse facilities in the OK Falls industrial park, where the Weyerhauser Mill was formerly housed.

Chief operating officer Duncan Gordon explained the company's plans during a public hearing at the Regional District Okanagan Similkameen board meeting.

Gordon said the company plans to invest about $125 million to build a 740,00-square-foot facility — about 714,000 square feet would be for two cannabis greenhouses, while another 26,000 would be for administrative space.

He added that about 220 skilled and semi-skilled jobs would be created from the facility.

Gordon also made a point of saying the facility wouldn't have any retail sales.

"It is my understanding there has been some challenges in particular in the OK Falls area with retail sales of cannabis. This is purely for the manufacturing and cultivation of medical-grade cannabis."

Gordon told Castanet he thinks the facility would be a good use of the industrial land, which he said has been under-utilized for a long time.

He added there's "extensive opportunity" for the cannabis industry in B.C. and the Okanagan in particular.

"The climate's right for it. We feel there's a lot of opportunity for creating employment in some of these smaller cities, and revitalizing some of them. It's a win-win."

Sunniva Inc. was founded by Poplar Grove Winery owner and Penticton resident Tony Holler. Sunniva is also planning to build a 700,000 square-foot medical cannabis greenhouse on OIB land near Oliver.

For the proposed facility in OK Falls, RDOS board members would need to amend an industrial zone bylaw which would include the production of medical cannabis as a type of manufacturing use.


Here is what I was talking about, medical grade mj, the job making industry is being ramped up in anticipation of the new legalization rules.

Not a job for those still stuck in the Dark Ages regarding the usefulness of cannabis and its medical uses. But jobs nevertheless.

I was thinking that the pot sub-plot in Bates Hotel is a good cautionary tale in regards keeping it illegal.

:up:



Wrong. Kills jobs. Lots of jobs in weed now. These new producers will only hurt wages . Just like anything when big money comes in people lose
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Re: Is Justin Trudeau’s Political Career In A Death Spiral?

Postby Catsumi » Apr 5th, 2018, 7:29 pm

JT's message to the world, "come one,come all" threw Canadian embassy chiefs around the world into a tizzy from the sudden increase in numbers of inquiries about immigrating into Canada. They frantically contacted Ottawa looking for guidance "what the hell do we do now? What is our policy? Was it changed without notice?" This story was released yesterday, thanks to FOI. The upshot was waves of migrants entering Canada last year; mostly illegals who were arrested and wait for their hearings. The backlog is something never seen before.

On tonight's news, the flood of Haitiians and Nigerians are now arriving, rinse and repeat as above.

This lack of clarity from JT does not sit well with the bulk of Cdn citizens as they struggle to understand why 500 Syrian families (25,000 people) are treated financially better than the elderly and Veterans; and looming in the background, 500,000 displaced Rohingya who were ousted from Burma.

Combine the above with his soft-spined "support" of the pipeline project, increased spending and resulting taxation to pay for it, JT's foolish antics abroad, it appears the good ship Lollipop is sinking fast beneath the waves.

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Re: Is Justin Trudeau’s Political Career In A Death Spiral?

Postby Btfsplck » Apr 6th, 2018, 9:55 am

Is Justin Trudeau’s Political Career In A Death Spiral?

I hope so. I never admired people that ride their parents coattails. If his last name was anything but Trudeau he would still be drama teacher. It's amazing what a last name will get you in the world of politics, no matter how much of an idiot you are.

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Re: Is Justin Trudeau’s Political Career In A Death Spiral?

Postby The Green Barbarian » Apr 6th, 2018, 6:20 pm



Bill Morneau called Lisa Raitt a neanderthal?? Time for these bums to go.
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Re: Is Justin Trudeau’s Political Career In A Death Spiral?

Postby Ken7 » Apr 6th, 2018, 8:15 pm

UhHuhYeahSure wrote:Well I sure hope so.

But the idiots who voted for this child clown will do it again through the legal smoke haze of their weed.


It will depend on what his next promise is! Very sad when you think of it, many who voted for him only knew one thing, he will legalize MJ. A bunch of goofs, where will Canada be in ten years... save for your pension because these Millenniums will not be able to support it.
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Re: Is Justin Trudeau’s Political Career In A Death Spiral?

Postby Omnitheo » Apr 6th, 2018, 8:19 pm

Actually both the NDP and Liberals promised to legalize marijuana. The NDP also promised to decriminalize it day 1. If people were simply voting for marijuana, they would have voted NDP.

I assure you, the massive majority government Canadians gave to the liberals was for a lot of reasons beyond simply marijuana legalization.
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Re: Is Justin Trudeau’s Political Career In A Death Spiral?

Postby Gone_Fishin » Apr 6th, 2018, 8:22 pm

I think the job is just too difficult for him to tackle real work.

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Re: Is Justin Trudeau’s Political Career In A Death Spiral?

Postby Queen K » Apr 6th, 2018, 9:20 pm

You see, even I am shocked by this. I would think meeting about the pipeline would be the whole reason to be here.

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Re: Is Justin Trudeau’s Political Career In A Death Spiral?

Postby d0nb » Apr 6th, 2018, 10:17 pm

The Green Barbarian wrote:Bill Morneau called Lisa Raitt a neanderthal?? Time for these bums to go.

How people like Morneau can believe that they occupy the intellectual and moral high ground is an ongoing mystery.

From Lisa's video:

"Now, we don’t really pay much attention to the polls but they do."
:laugh:
"They spread lies about our former leader, none of which was true."
:laugh:

Lisa is a darling, but she could really use a competent media assistant. :smt045
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