Environmental Effects

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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Advice To Summer Vacationers : Enjoy Your Parks While You Can

The following bulletin was written by B.C. Environmentalist Tim Murray +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Advice to Summer Vacationers: Enjoy Your Parks While You Can. Is the promise of Habitat Forever like the promise Of “Peace In Our Time”? For those who recall the … Continue reading

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Green Inc,—How The Environmental Cause Went Bad

This bulletin is a review of Christine MacDonald's “Green, Inc. : An Environmental Insider Reveals How A Good Cause Has Gone Bad”. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ GREEN, INC.—-HOW THE ENVIRONMENTAL CAUSE WENT BAD Environmental insider Christine MacDonald has a clear message in her … Continue reading

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Earth Day’s Original Purpose Trivialized, Distorted and Betrayed—-Again

EARTH DAY'S ORIGINAL PURPOSE TRIVIALIZED, DISTORTED AND BETRAYED—AGAIN Many people have become confused about the original purpose of Earth Day which was founded by U.S. Senator Gaylord Nelson on April 22, 1970. This has happened because others have trivialized, distorted … Continue reading

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There Are More Important Taboos Than Those About Cutting Off Beards

THERE ARE MORE IMPORTANT TABOOS THAN THOSE ABOUT CUTTING OFF BEARDS An incident in which a nurse violated a cultural taboo by cutting off an elderly Sikh man's beard illustrates how multicultural concerns continue to trump much more important matters … Continue reading

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Populate And We Will Perish

Our latest bulletin: “Populate and We Will Perish” is a slightly shortened copy of an article published in “The Australian” and written by Former Australian Labor Party Environment minister, Barry Cohen. This is part of our ongoing effort to compare … Continue reading

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Why Emigration From Haiti Should Not Be A Solution To Haiti’s Problems

WHY EMIGRATION FROM HAITI SHOULD NOT BE A SOLUTION TO HAITI’S PROBLEMS Canada’s primary focus in the Haitian earthquake tragedy should be to help Haiti to get back on its feet. Most Canadians have great sympathy for what has happened … Continue reading

Posted in Economic Effects of Immigration, Environmental Effects, Weekly

Suzuki’s Advice: Cut Immigration

SUZUKI'S ADVICE : CUT IMMIGRATION This bulletin reports on two interviews with David Suzuki. In the first, Suzuki states that “…immigration, which makes up 66% of the population growth (in both Canada and the U.S.)”… “should be decreased”. “A growing … Continue reading

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Bogeyman Of Racism A Useful Decoy For The Growth Lobby

BOGEYMAN OF RACISM A USEFUL DECOY FOR THE GROWTH LOBBY By Tim Murray The nationally-publicized assault of a 38 year-old black man in Courtenay, B.C. by three young white thugs was predictably amplified by a media eager to sound the … Continue reading

Posted in Environmental Effects, Fraud, Weekly

Without Immigration Reduction, The U.S. Population Will Be 700 to 850 Million By 2100

WITHOUT IMMIGRATION REDUCTION, THE U.S. POPULATION WILL BE 700 to 850 MILLION BY 2100 Immigration Watch Canada.org's latest bulletin is an excerpt from a report published by the Center for Immigration Studies in Washington, D.C. : The Environmental Argument for … Continue reading

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Population Controls Needed To Protect B.C. And Canada

This bulletin consists of comments on uncontrolled growth in B.C. as well as in other parts of Canada. It also contains a reprint of a September 24, 1997 Globe and Mail article entitled “Population Controls Needed To Protect B.C., Study … Continue reading

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Where Is The ‘Green" In Canada’s Green Party? Where Is The "Green" In Any Federal Party?

WHERE IS THE GREEN IN CANADAS GREEN PARTY? WHERE IS THE “GREEN” IN ANY FEDERAL PARTY? By Tim Murray In a communication dated May 8, 2009, federal Green Party leader Elizabeth May made several questionable assertions. First, she argued that … Continue reading

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Canada Should Stabilize Its Population—Who Shot Down The Science Council’s Report #25 ?

CANADA SHOULD STABILIZE ITS POPULATION—WHO SHOT DOWN THE SCIENCE COUNCIL Of CANADA'S REPORT 25? The major point in this report is that Canada's resources are not limitless and that Canada had to slow down its immigration and population growth. If … Continue reading

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Earth Day Founder Betrayed and His Objectives Abandoned

EARTH DAY FOUNDER BETRAYED AND HIS OBJECTIVES ABANDONED On Earth Day 2009, all environmental organizations have to do some moral accounting. In particular, they have to decide whether they have abandoned the original objectives of Earth Day which was Co-Founded … Continue reading

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If Present Immigrant Levels Continue, Four Years Of Immigration Will Equal One Year Of All Tarsands GHG’s

IF PRESENT IMMIGRANT LEVELS CONTINUE, FOUR YEARS OF IMMIGRATION GHG's WILL EQUAL ONE YEAR OF ALL TARSANDS GHG's “In 2007, Canada admitted 429,649 (people:) permanent residents, temporary foreign workers and foreign students.” (1) “Canadians are also among the highest per … Continue reading

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Ontario Lost 600,000 Acres Of Farmland Between 1996 And 2006 : High Immigration Was Probably The Major Factor

ONTARIO LOST 600,000 ACRES OF FARMLAND BETWEEN 1996 AND 2006 : HIGH IMMIGRATION WAS PROBABLY THE MAJOR FACTOR Immigration is probably the major factor in the loss of 600,000 acres of Ontario farmland between 1996 and 2006. According to the … Continue reading

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An Olympic-Sized Trade: Canada’s Suzuki And Barlow For Australia’s Flannery

AN OLYMPIC-SIZED TRADE: CANADA'S SUZUKI AND BARLOW FOR AUSTRALIA'S FLANNERY This bulletin was written by B.C. environmentalist, Tim Murray. For those unfamiliar with Professor Timothy Flannery, we provide this short note: He is an Australian mammalogist, palaeontologist and global warming … Continue reading

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High Immigration To The U.S. Is Thwarting Efforts To Reduce U.S. Emissions

“High immigration to the United States is thwarting efforts to reduce U.S. emissions.” This bulletin emphasizes a major point in a study done by the well-respected Center for Immigration Studies in the U.S. That study was titled : “Immigration to … Continue reading

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From Australia : (1) Immigration Must Be Cut To Tackle Climate Change, Says Monash University Study and (2) Australian Law and Democracy Non-negotiable, Says Senator Brett Mason

From Australia: (1) Immigration Must Be Cut To Tackle Climate Change, Says Monash University Study and (2) The monopoly status of common law and democracy in Australia is entirely non-negotiable, Says Senator Brett Mason”. The Monash University Study provides a … Continue reading

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