Environmental Effects

The Misguided Advocates of Open Borders–Diversity Is A Predictor of Civil War

The Misguided Advocates of Open Borders–Diversity Is A Predictor Of Civil War Frank Salter The poor quality of analysis behind Australia’s abandonment of traditional assimilationist immigration policy reached its apotheosis recently in a spate of articles by well placed commentators. … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Effects, Economic Effects of Immigration, Environmental Effects, Weekly

August 9, 2011 : The People Speak—“Somali Man Sponsors 100 Family Members” + Much More

THE PEOPLE SPEAK—-“SOMALI MAN SPONSORS 100 FAMILY MEMBERS” + MUCH MORE From David L. Henderson, BSc, MBA Mayor, City of Brockville themayor@brockville.com I’m favour of immigration just the way it is. How about the fact that many rural areas are … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Effects, Economic Effects of Immigration, Environmental Effects, Fraud, Weekly

July 22, 2011 : Jason Kenney Welcomes Giant Asian Hogweed

Jason Kenney Welcomes Giant Asian Hogweed Reacting to recent news reports about the invasion of a poisonous Asian plant, Immigration and Multiculturalism Minister Jason Kenney, speaking on behalf of perennially- vacationing Environment Minister Peter Kent, dismissed the reports as “alarmist” … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Effects, Environmental Effects, Weekly

July 15, 2011 : A Growing Vancouver Can Never Be A Green One

A Growing Vancouver Can Never Be A Green One This week, the City of Vancouver announced details of its plan to make Vancouver the world’s greenest city by 2020. It will achieve that goal, it says, by focusing on 10 … Continue reading

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June 17, 2011 : The Stanley Cup Riot : Who Are The Real Criminals, Yahoos and Losers?

    THE STANLEY CUP RIOT : WHO ARE THE REAL CRIMINALS, YAHOOS AND LOSERS? So Vancouver has had its second Stanley Cup Riot. And this time, it has attracted world attention.  No one disputes that the rioters deserve punishment … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Effects, Economic Effects of Immigration, Environmental Effects, Fraud, Weekly

May 15, 2011: The Myth of Canada’s Underpopulation: Lay it to rest

The Myth of Canada’s Underpopulation: Lay it to rest by Dr. Madeline Weld President, Population Institute of Canada http://www.populationinstituteofcanada.ca/ Every so often, policy wonks or talking heads hyperventilate about Canada’s need for more people. The growth boosters take the crude … Continue reading

Posted in Environmental Effects, Fraud, News

April 27, 2011: Nine Immigration Matters That Needed To Be Debated In This Election—But Have Been Ignored

Nine Immigration Matters That Needed To Be Debated In This Election—­­But Have Been Ignored It is truly a national disgrace that during the current federal election, all 5 of our major federal political parties have repeatedly and shamelessly grovelled for … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Effects, Economic Effects of Immigration, Environmental Effects, Fraud, Weekly

April 8, 2011 : Why Each Of Our Political Parties Needs A Mutiny

WHY EACH OF OUR POLITICAL PARTIES NEEDS A MUTINY Over two weeks have passed in the federal election campaign. It is easy to see that many of Canada’s federal politicians (especially those in our urban areas) are spending enormous amounts … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Effects, Economic Effects of Immigration, Environmental Effects, Fraud, Weekly

March 29, 2011 : Houses On Death Row

HOUSES ON DEATH ROW Recent dramatic house price increases in Metro Vancouver, caused by Mainland Chinese buyers, illustrate how immigration’s tentacles extend into every aspect of Canadian life. The houses pictured in this link : http://www.immigrationwatchcanada.org/2011/03/29/march-29-2011-houses-on-death-row/ are all located on … Continue reading

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March 8, 2011 : The Carnegie Corporation and Immigration: How a Noble Vision Lost Its Way

The Carnegie Corporation and Immigration: How a Noble Vision Lost Its Way (The following is a shortened version of a recent report done by Jerry Kammer, a researcher for the well-respected U.S. Center for Immigration Studies. (Two of the Carnegie … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Effects, Economic Effects of Immigration, Environmental Effects, Weekly

Attention Historian Peter Ward : Immigration Cannot Be A Welfare Program For Asia

Attention  Historian Peter Ward : Immigration Cannot Be A Welfare Program For Asia The purpose of UBC History Professor Peter Ward’s  book, “White Canada Forever”,  written in 1978, is to ridicule what he calls Canada’s “nativist” (racist) past.  That period … Continue reading

Posted in Chinese Head Tax, Cultural Effects, Economic Effects of Immigration, Environmental Effects, Weekly

February 7, 2011 : Did You Know?—-13 Immigration Facts

DID YOU KNOW? —–13 IMMIGRATION FACTS 1. Immigration increases the size of Canada’ s population and economy but does not improve Canadians’ standard of living. 2.  It is estimated that recent immigrants receive billions of dollars a year more in … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Effects, Economic Effects of Immigration, Environmental Effects, Fraud, Weekly

January 27, 2011: The People Speak Out On Immigration Issues

THE PEOPLE SPEAK OUT ON IMMIGRATION ISSUES On How Canadian “Higher Education” Has Become Canadian “Lower Education” : I have 2 Master’s Degrees. Part of why I am so vehemently against mass immigration has to do with the way I, … Continue reading

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January 16, 2011 : Chinese Condo Owners’ Protest Sets Off Firestorm

CHINESE CONDO OWNERS’ PROTEST SETS OFF FIRESTORM Last week’s complaints by a group of Chinese condo owners that UBC is not being culturally sensitive to them is another example of unreasonable immigrant demands on Canadians. It should not be a … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Effects, Economic Effects of Immigration, Environmental Effects, Weekly

January 8, 2011: Australian And Canadian Social Democrats Compared

AUSTRALIAN AND CANADIAN SOCIAL DEMOCRATS COMPARED By Tim Murray Everybody knows NDP (social democrat) leader Jack Layton favours windmills, solar panels, retrofits, meeting Kyoto goals and all those progressive, good things. Most have heard of his wife, NDP MP Olivia … Continue reading

Posted in Economic Effects of Immigration, Environmental Effects, Weekly

December 31, 2010 : For New Year’s 2011 : Five Immigration Myths Exposed

For New Year’s 2011 : Five Immigration Myths Exposed The purpose of this bulletin is to show Canadians that many of the reasons that are being given to justify high immigration do not hold up under examination. These myths are … Continue reading

Posted in Economic Effects of Immigration, Environmental Effects, Weekly

Mass Immigration Or The Alberta Tar Sands Project : Which Disaster Will Have A Greater Impact On Canada’s GHG Emissions ?

Mass Immigration or the Alberta Tar Sands Project : Which Disaster Will Have A Greater Impact On Canada's GHG Emissions? Tim Murray Immigration Watch Canada Canadian Green Party leader Elizabeth May has frequently said that immigration has had a “trivial” … Continue reading

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Australia vs. Canada : 3 Telling Differences On The Immigration Issue

“Australia vs. Canada : 3 Telling Differences On The Immigration Issue” Three differences become evident between Australia and Canada on the immigration issue. 1. One of the biggest differences is that in the midst of the current Australian federal election, … Continue reading

Posted in Environmental Effects, Weekly

There Are Limits To Conservation

The following bulletin “There Are Limits to Conservation” was written by B.C. environmentalist Tim Murray. Dan Murray Immigration Watch Canada.org ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ THERE ARE LIMITS TO CONSERVATION Like their counterparts elsewhere, neither the BC Liberals nor the NDP will question the … Continue reading

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100 Million People For Canada ? : Say No To Hell !

100 Million People For Canada ? : Say No To Hell ! Irvin Studin, Assistant Professor in the School of Public Policy and Governance, University of Toronto, has recently acquired national media attention by proposing that Canada increase its population … Continue reading

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