Environmental Effects

The Litmus Test For All Environmental Organizations

May 17, 2006: The Litmus Test For All Environmental Organizations PRESS RELEASE Making the connection between too much immigration and environmental degradation continues to be the litmus test for enviromental groups. As many critics have observed, if a group says … Continue reading

Posted in Environmental Effects, Fraud, Weekly

The David Suzuki Foundation Has To Add The Following Key Recommendation (For Immediate Action) To Its Recent "Forever Farmland" Report: High Immigration Levels and Farmland Preservation Are Incompatible

PRESS RELEASE The David Suzuki Foundation has just released a report entitled “Forever Farmland: Reshaping The Agricultural Land Reserve For The 21st Century”. The report focusses solely on pressures directed at British Columbia's Agricultural Reserve. But its general principles extend … Continue reading

Posted in Environmental Effects, Weekly

British Columbia Proposes Spending $3 Billion To Accomodate Population Growth (Translation: To Accomodate High Immigration Levels)

February 1, 2006: British Columbia Proposes Spending $3 Billion To Accomodate Population Growth (Translation: To Accomodate High Immigration Levels) Press Release In an attempt to end traffic gridlock, the government of British Columbia has just announced it will spend $3 … Continue reading

Posted in Economic Effects of Immigration, Environmental Effects, Weekly

Creating "HELL.Ca" Is A Far More Serious Immigration Issue Than Getting Jobs For Immigrant Engineers

January 18, 2006: Creating “HELL.Ca” Is A Far More Serious Immigration Issue Than Getting Jobs For Immigrant Engineers PRESS RELEASE Liberal MP Maria Minna suggested last week that Ottawa pay part of the initial salaries of immigrant engineers to help … Continue reading

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

China’s And Canada’s Ecological Rogues Compete With One Another In A New And Dangerous Game Called The Great Jump Backward

January 5, 2006: China\'s And Canada\'s Ecological Rogues Compete With One Another In A New And Dangerous Game Called The Great Jump Backward PRESS RELEASE China's and Canada's ecological rogues are playing a new and dangerous game called The Great … Continue reading

Posted in Economic Effects of Immigration, Environmental Effects, Weekly

Ontario’s Environment Commissioner Challenges The Province’s Plans To Accomodate 4.4 To 6 Million New People (Mostly Immigrants) Over The Next 25 Years

November 8, 2005: Ontario’s Environment Commissioner Challenges The Province’s Plans To Accomodate 4.4 To 6 Million New People (Mostly Immigrants) Over The Next 25 Years PRESS RELEASE Ontario’s Environment Commissioner, Gordon Miller, has challenged the provincial government’s plans to accomodate … Continue reading

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Corrupt Backroom Immigration Deals At Both The Municipal and Federal Level Undermine All Environmental Measures And Have To Stop

September 21, 2005: Corrupt Backroom Immigration Deals At Both The Municipal and Federal Level Undermine All Environmental Measures And Have To Stop PRESS RELEASE A conservation announcement this week by the City of Vancouver's Sustainability Manager is a laudable, environmental … Continue reading

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

To Increase A Country’s Population Through Mass Immigration At A Time When World Oil Extraction Is Declining Is To Go Completely In The Wrong Direction

September 14, 2005: To Increase A Country\'s Population Through Mass Immigration At A Time When World Oil Extraction Is Declining Is To Go Completely In The Wrong Direction PRESS RELEASE AND COPY OF MICHAEL RUPPERT'S INTERVIEW WITH COLIN CAMPBELL Colin … Continue reading

Posted in Economic Effects of Immigration, Environmental Effects, Weekly

If Ontario Is Seriously Concerned About An Inadequate Electricity Supply, Why Doesn’t It Consider A Diminished Electricity Demand By Pressuring For Reduced Immigration?

August 25, 2005: If Ontario Is Seriously Concerned About An Inadequate Electricity Supply, Why Doesn't It Consider A Diminished Electricity Demand By Pressuring For Reduced Immigration? PRESS RELEASE If Ontario is seriously concerned about an inadequate future electricity supply, why … Continue reading

Posted in Economic Effects of Immigration, Environmental Effects, Weekly

Pot Pourri: This Story Is Not An Episode of Loveboat;; Martin Loney’s "From Asia With Malice"

Pot Pourri: This Story Is Not An Eoisode of Loveboat; Air Quality In Southern Ontario vs. Immigration; Martin Loney’s “From Asia With Malice” PRESS RELEASE Immigration Watch Canada provides reactions to a number of recent stories: (1) Canadian media flippantly … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Effects, Environmental Effects, Fraud, Weekly

No Excuses For Forsaking Fundamentals Such As Intellectual Honesty

No Excuses For Forsaking Fundamentals Such As Intellectual Honesty PRESS RELEASE Opposition Members were singing the refrain, “Na Na Na Na, Hey, Hey Good-Bye” to the Liberal Government on Monday. As Canadians know, the singing was a response to polls … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Effects, Environmental Effects, Fraud, Weekly

Stats Can Visible Minority Population Projections For 2017 Are Not Inevitable

Stats Can Visible Minority Population Projections For 2017 Are Not Inevitable PRESS RELEASE Recent Stats Can projections of major increases in Canada's visible minority population have sent Canada's immigration industry and its flock of hangers-on a-clucking. But the projections are … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Effects, Environmental Effects, Weekly

The Minister of Hopes and Dreams vs. The Minister of Paving Paradise To Put Up Parking Lots and Housing

PRESS RELEASE Paving prime farmland to put up parking lots and housing has become a national sickness. Most of Canada's best farmland is located around Canada's large cities. It has come under more and more pressure—especially from high national immigration … Continue reading

Posted in Environmental Effects, Weekly

The 1 Tonne Challenge vs. The 4 Tonne Challenge

Weekly Bulletins PRESS RELEASE The “One Tonne Challenge” programme recently announced by Canada's Department of the Environment is a worthwhile effort and should be supported. But, unless the Department of Citizenship and Immigration co-operates, this department will almost completely negate … Continue reading

Posted in Environmental Effects, Fraud, Weekly

Caveat Canada! (Beware Of Greeks Bearing Gifts!)

PRESS RELEASE Immigration Minister Sgro has disregarded warnings and has decided to fast-track immigration applications from tsunami-affected Asia. Canada is the only country in the world that has decided to use immigration as a partial solution for this natural disaster. … Continue reading

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

January 4, 2005 : Should We Move Tsunami And Other Disaster Victims To Canada or Assist Them In Their Own Countries?

PRESS RELEASE For the time being, Canada’s federal government should keep its focus on providing help to tsunami victims inside the tsunami-afflicted countries. It is treading into dangerous territory when it seeks to solve the effects of natural disasters through … Continue reading

Posted in Economic Effects of Immigration, Environmental Effects, 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 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 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
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