Bulletins Since 2003

December 15, 2004 : When Were The People Of Richmond, B.C. And Other Canadian Places Given A Vote About Becoming A Minority?

PRESS RELEASE A recent controversy over Chinese-language commercial signs in the Vancouver suburb of Richmond is a symptom of a problem, but the much more important problem is not being discussed. The Richmond Intercultural Advisory Committee, a group sanctioned by … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Effects, Weekly

December 8, 2004 : There Are Larger Immigration Issues Than Stripper-Gate

PRESS RELEASE For some time, Canada’s MP’s have focussed considerable attention and energy on actions of the current Minister of Citizenship and Immigration and demanded her resignation. Elected officials from all across the country have followed this issue with interest. … Continue reading

Posted in Economic Effects of Immigration, Weekly

December 1, 2004 : Canada’s Mass Immigration Policy And The Continued Existence of Prime Canadian Farmland Are Incompatible

PRESS RELEASE The current debate in Abbotsford over the municipal government’s application to remove over 900 acres of farmland from the province’s agricultural land reserve should be of concern to all British Columbians. Although many elected officials at all three … Continue reading

Posted in Environmental Effects, Weekly

November 24, 2004 : An Open, Money-Filled Hand To Non-Canadians vs. A Closed Fist To Canadians

The following article (National Post, Nov. 16, 2004) clearly shows evidence that Canada’s immigration industry has secretly and quietly changed very important Canadian refugee policies. Once again, under the pretence of generosity, it has ensured a continued flow of potential … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Effects, Economic Effects of Immigration, Weekly

November 19, 2004 : Are Prostitutes And Strippers A New Version of Citizenship and Immigration’s Idea Of “Skilled” Workers?

Canada’s Department of Citizenship and Immigration has boasted for some time that it is bringing in large numbers of skilled immigrants and that it is being cautious about issuing visas. Most Canadians can see clearly that large numbers of immigrants … Continue reading

Posted in Economic Effects of Immigration, Weekly

November 4, 2004 : Has Immigration Adversely Affected Canadian-Born Employment?

Has immigration adversely affected Canadian-born employment? Canadian immigration advocates are schizophrenic on this question. Some tell us that immigrants take jobs that Canadians don’t want. Others tell us that many immigrants are under-employed, that is, they want the jobs that … Continue reading

Posted in Economic Effects of Immigration, Weekly

November 2, 2004 : Is It Inevitable That Population Growth In Canada’s Largest Centres Continue Unabated?

(The Evidence For Weapons of Mass Destruction = The Evidence For Mass Immigration) On Saturday, October 30, The Vancouver Sun published four articles on the future of Greater Vancouver. One of the four (“Future of Vancouver Is Bleak”) was a … Continue reading

Posted in Environmental Effects, Weekly

October 27, 2004 : The Proposed Sale of Noranda Inc. To China: Canada Is Not Another Planet

Some Canadians continue to think that Canada is a vast empty space (almost another planet) whose resources are almost unlimited. These people have been cheering a recent announcement that China is negotiating to buy Canada’s largest mining company, Noranda Inc., … Continue reading

Posted in Economic Effects of Immigration, Weekly

October 20, 2004 : Are there cultural limits to any area’s ability to absorb new people?

Two recent CBC news items are worthy of note. (1) The first was an item on the CBC’s World Report yesterday (October 19). It looked at an Arizona Citizens’ Proposition 200 called “Protect Arizona Now” to defend the people of … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Effects, Weekly

October 13, 2004 : Holland Is Full, And So Are Greater Vancouver, Greater Toronto and Greater Montreal

Please take note of The Toronto Star article below. It should provide a clear warning that some dramatic reductions have to be made in Canada’s immigration and refugee numbers. Here are a few of the main points: (1) A recent … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Effects, Environmental Effects, Weekly

October 7, 2004 : Federal Cabinet’s Immigration Policy 1, Federal Cabinet’s Environment Policy 0

Federal Immigration Policy Negates Federal Environment Policy As you are probably aware, the OECD released its “Review of Canada’s Environmental Performance” late last week. Although the OECD gave Canada a “Good Progress” rating, it also said there was “much to … Continue reading

Posted in Environmental Effects, Weekly

September 28, 2004 : How To Correct The Latest Canadian Illegal Immigration Scandals: Lower the High Immigration Intake

Some Canadians are aware of the fact that around 100 people make refugee claims every day in Canada. Some also know that the majority of these claimants have no legitimate right to refugee status. But most Canadians are unaware of … Continue reading

Posted in Economic Effects of Immigration, Weekly

September 22, 2004 : “Who left the door open?”

The following is the feature article in a recent American edition of Time Magazine. It is significant because it is one of a very few realistic looks at the illegal immigration issue in the U.S. by the mainstream American media. … Continue reading

Posted in Economic Effects of Immigration, Weekly

Weekly Bulletin – 2004, September 15

The International Joint Commission Warns Of Serious Threats to Drinking Water Supplies in the Great Lakes Area Dear Prime Minister and Fellow MP's: The International Joint Commission has just warned about a serious threat to the drinking water in the … Continue reading

Posted in Environmental Effects, Weekly

Weekly Bulletin – 2004, September 8

Throwing Open Canada's Borders to Young Immigrants and Refugee Children: Who Will Be Able To Afford Looking After Them Without Substantial Government Assistance? Dear Mr. Martin and Fellow MP's: Recently, Tom Kent (a former social policy guru for the Liberal … Continue reading

Posted in Economic Effects of Immigration, Weekly

Weekly Bulletin – 2004, August 31

The Appointment Of Rosalie Abella (The Judge Who Places Ideology Before Evidence)To The Supreme Court Of Canada Dear Prime Minister Martin and Fellow MP's: The following essay by Dr. Martin Loney, author of “The Pursuit of Division: Race, Gender and … Continue reading

Posted in Economic Effects of Immigration, Weekly

Weekly Bulletin – 2004, June 18

Immigration Questionnaire to All Federal Candidates Dear Prime Minister Martin and All Federal Candidates: Immigration Watch Canada is a national organization which advocates major reforms to Canada's current immigration policies, especially to the current level of 250,000+ immigrants per year. … Continue reading

Posted in Economic Effects of Immigration, Weekly

Weekly Bulletin – 2004, June 13

U.S. Churches (Along with Unions and Political Parties) Use Immigration to Compensate For Failures To Retain Their Own People Dear Prime Minister Martin and Fellow MP's: Below is a short column by Sam Francis, one of the most articulate of … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Effects, Weekly

Weekly Bulletin – 2004, June 2

Buying The Votes Of Current and Future Immigrants Dear Prime Minister Martin and Fellow MP's: Most Canadians like to think that our country has evolved to the point where those running for political office do not have to pay voters … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Effects, Economic Effects of Immigration, Weekly

Weekly Bulletin – 2004, May 26

The New Colony Of Canada: An Ottawa Citizen Columnist Asks Some Basic Questions About The Cultural Effects of Canada's Mass Immigration Policy Dear Prime Minister Martin and Fellow MP's: As Canada enters another federal election, you and all Canadians have … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Effects, Weekly
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