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Weekly Bulletin – 2004, May 19

The Environmental Price of Creating Diversity: Connecting The Dots Dear Prime Minister Martin and Fellow MP's: Below is a May 14, Vancouver Sun article, “Toxins In The Air Feared As Peril To Unborn Children”. It makes several major points: (1) … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Effects, Environmental Effects, Weekly

Weekly Bulletin – 2004, May 13

Evidence For The Latest Elvis Sighting Is Greater Than Evidence For Equity Employment For Visible Minorities Dear Prime Minister Martin and Fellow MP's: Most Canadians have heard the statement that employers must make their employee roster reflect the current ethnic … Continue reading

Posted in Economic Effects of Immigration, Weekly

Weekly Bulletin – 2004, May 6

Tony Blair Orders An Immigration Review Vs. Canada Pretends Its Immigration Policy Does Not Need Major Reform Dear Prime Minister Martin and Fellow MP's: The following print version of a BBC report shows that British P. M. Tony Blair and … Continue reading

Posted in Economic Effects of Immigration, Weekly

Weekly Bulletin – 2004, April 28

Urban Poverty and Immigration Dear Prime Minister Martin and Fellow MP's: Attached is a Globe and Mail article on immigration and the business cycle by Arthur Sweetman, Associate Professor in the School of Policy Studies at Queen's University, and a … Continue reading

Posted in Economic Effects of Immigration, Weekly

Weekly Bulletin – 2004, April 22

Who Will Look After The Interests Of Canadians If Our Own Governments Won't? – The Federal Auditor General Has To Look At The Equity Employment Issue All Across Canada Dear Prime Minister Martin and Fellow MP's: When Canada's Auditor General … Continue reading

Posted in Economic Effects of Immigration, Weekly

April 15, 2004, Canada Is A Vast Empty Space

The Environmental and Social Consequences of the “Canada Is A Vast Empty Space” Immigration Lobby Dear Premier and Fellow MLA's: Undoubtedly, you and other Canadians have heard the latest chapter in the phenomenal saga of the Avian Flu outbreak just … Continue reading

Posted in Environmental Effects, Weekly

Weekly Bulletin – 2004, April 8

Should Birds Be The Only Diseased Creatures To Be Incinerated? Dear Prime Minister Martin and Fellow MP's: Undoubtedly, you have heard the latest about the Avian Flu crisis in the area just outside the Greater Vancouver region: the entire population … Continue reading

Posted in Environmental Effects, Weekly

March 24, 2004, Immigration, Population Density And The Avian Flu

Immigration, Population Density And The Avian Flu Outbreak Just Outside The Greater Vancouver Area Dear Prime Minister Martin and Fellow MP's: You and most Canadians undoubtedly heard the news today, March 24, 2004 that three more poultry farms have been … Continue reading

Posted in Environmental Effects, Weekly

March 18, 2004, Hiring Foreign Workers

Hiring Foreign Workers When So Many Canadians Are Unemployed Dear Prime Minister Martin and Fellow MP”s: On Monday, March 15, The Province (one of two major B.C. daily newspapers, featured a front page story: “Firm To Hire Foreign Workers”. As … Continue reading

Posted in Economic Effects of Immigration, Weekly

Weekly Bulletin – 2004, March 10

The National Energy Board and Canada's Mass Immigration Policy: Driving A Stake Through the Heart of a Monster Dear Prime Minister Martin and Fellow MP's: Last Thursday, March 4, 2004, Canada's National Energy Board denied approval for construction of a … Continue reading

Posted in Economic Effects of Immigration, Weekly

Weekly Bulletin – 2004 March 4

D & M: the S & M Solution To Canada's Urban Problems Dear Prime Minister Martin and Fellow MP's: There are still a number of Canadians who refuse to see, hear or speak any evil about immigration. Among this group … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Effects, Weekly

Weekly Bulletin – 2004 Feb 25

A Retired Government Insider Says That Canada Needs A Prime Minister With The Guts To Act On His Own Administration's Clear, Wise Advice On Immigration Policy Dear Prime Minister Martin: The following is a recent article written by Mr. Charles … Continue reading

Posted in Economic Effects of Immigration, Weekly

Weekly Bulletin – 2004, February 19

The $100 Million Over 4 years Sponsorship Scandal vs. The $ Multiple Billion Continuing Annual Immigration/Refugee Disaster Dear Prime Minister Martin and Fellow MP's: Canadians have watched with great interest the sponsorship scandal that the government has faced over the … Continue reading

Posted in Economic Effects of Immigration, Weekly

Weekly Bulletin – 2004, February 12

The Scandal at the Department of Public Works vs. The Ongoing Scandal Of Refugee Claimant Abuse Dear Prime Minister Martin: For the past few days, members of Canada's parliament have been looking carefully at $100 million of federal government money … Continue reading

Posted in Economic Effects of Immigration, Weekly

Weekly Bulletin – 2004 January 28

Three Iranian Immigrants Sue Canada For $4 million January 28, 2004 Dear Prime Minister Martin and Fellow MP's: Today, a Vancouver immigration lawyer announced a $4 million suit by three Iranian sisters against Citizenship and Immigration Canada. The three sisters … Continue reading

Posted in Economic Effects of Immigration, Weekly

Weekly Bulletin – 2004 January 21

The Third Door Into Canada: The Foreign Student Programme January 21, 2004 Dear Prime Minister Martin and Fellow MP's: For the past few days, Canadian newspapers have featured stories about foreign students being cheated by unscrupulous language schools. Most Canadians … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Effects, Weekly

Weekly Bulletin – 2004, January 14

Hiring That Reflects Ethnic Composition: Does This Policy Make Sense? January 14, 2004 Dear Prime Minister Martin and Fellow MP's: Recently, a significant number of Vancouver police retired in order to avoid cuts to their pensions. In announcing these retirements, … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Effects, Weekly

Weekly Bulletin, 2004 January 7

A New Year's Resolution Suggestion For Your Government And All Elected Canadians: Look After Your Own People January 7, 2004 Dear Prime Minister Martin and Fellow MP's: As the year 2004 begins, our organization sends you and all elected Canadians … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Effects, Economic Effects of Immigration, Weekly

Weekly Bulletin – 2003 December

A Christmas Reflection: What Exactly Is Multiculturalism? December 20, 2003 Dear Prime Minister and Fellow MP's: Christmas is one of the oldest cultural traditions in Canada, yet in recent years Canadians have seen this tradition eroded in the effort to … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Effects, Weekly
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