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Trudeau defends plans to give more powers to U.S. border agents stationed in Canada -- Groups say U.S. border guards are already racially profiling Canadians


Wed Feb 22, 2017 | 6:51pm EST

Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks during Question Period in the House of Commons on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, February 14, 2017. 347 more words

Clamping for peace

Say what you will about Justin Trudeau, but you must admit you were buoyed when the British press, not known for fake news purveyance, decreed him a shiny example of… 717 more words

The Origin Of Names in Certain Russian Characters: Vlad Pootin'

How Vlad the Tooter became Vlad Pootin who now is Vladimir Pootin’

Coming from some deep Russian, Ukrainian, Polish ancestry on one side of my family, I can vouch for the necessity of name change. 989 more words


North Sea Open Regatta - February 15th 2017

This weeks North Sea Open Regatta saw a nice turnout, slightly choppy sim weather, and a great spectator turnout. The turnout for both fleets this week was nice with 13 in the small boats and 8 in the large boats portion. 1,228 more words

Sailing Results

Liberals and Power

The non political aspects of the Trudeau’s are more prominent in the eyes of the world compared to their efforts to increase multiculturalism, improve environmental laws, their constant emphasis on a more feminist society and other empowering changes. 239 more words

Liberals tack right, jettison progressive policy

When the Canada-Europe trade deal known as CETA came up for vote in the European parliament February 15, the Progressive Alliance Group opposed it: 254 members of the European parliament voted no; 33 abstained; and 408 voted yes. 76 more words