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Down Repressed Memory Lane: What Specifics Did A 1901 Royal Commission Report on Chinese Immigration Give About the Chinese Head Tax Issue?" (Part 2)

PRESS RELEASE The general picture that emerges from a study of the Chinese Head Tax issue is the following: (1) The practice of paying Chinese labourers about half or less of the wage given to other labourers in B.C. originated … Continue reading

Posted in Bulletins - 2003 to Dec 31 2010, Chinese Head Tax / Japanese Immigration, Chinese Immigration / Japanese Immigration, Cultural Effects, Cultural Effects pub. before Jan 2018, Economic Effects of Immigration, Economic Effects of Immigration pub. before Jan 2018, Fraud, Fraud pub. before Jan 2018, Weekly

Which Are More Serious: The Plots of the Gang of 17 or The Plots Of Multiculturalism and Mass Immigration?

PRESS RELEASE The arrest of 17 Toronto area males on charges of planning to truck bomb, to open fire on crowded public places, to behead Canada's PM, to assault the Parliament Buildings and take hostages, and to storm the CBC … Continue reading

Posted in Bulletins - 2003 to Dec 31 2010, Cultural Effects, Cultural Effects pub. before Jan 2018, Fraud, Fraud pub. before Jan 2018, Weekly

Down Repressed Memory Lane: What Does A 1901-02 Royal Commission On Immigration Say About The Chinese Head Tax Issue? (Part 1)

PRESS RELEASE A Summary and Highlights of a 1901-02 Royal Commission’s Findings on Chinese and Japanese Immigration (Part 1): (1) In 1891, over 70 petitions were presented to the Dominion Parliament (representing labour organizations in B.C. as well as those … Continue reading

Posted in Bulletins - 2003 to Dec 31 2010, Chinese Head Tax / Japanese Immigration, Chinese Immigration / Japanese Immigration, Economic Effects of Immigration, Economic Effects of Immigration pub. before Jan 2018, Fraud, Fraud pub. before Jan 2018, Weekly

Some Sikhs Demand An Apology and Compensation From Canada

May 25, 2006: Some Sikhs Demand An Apology and Compensation From Canada PRESS RELEASE As Canadians have recently heard, Sikhs are the latest group to have demanded that our federal government apologize and compensate them for alleged past wrongs. Some … Continue reading

Posted in Bulletins - 2003 to Dec 31 2010, Cultural Effects, Cultural Effects pub. before Jan 2018, Economic Effects of Immigration, Economic Effects of Immigration pub. before Jan 2018, Fraud, Fraud pub. before Jan 2018, Weekly

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 Bulletins - 2003 to Dec 31 2010, Environmental Effects, Environmental Effects pub. before Jan 2018, Fraud, Fraud pub. before Jan 2018, Weekly

The Betrayal of London’s East End vs. The Betrayal of Canada

May 11, 2006: The Betrayal of London's East End vs. The Betrayal of Canada PRESS RELEASE “Betrayal” and “treason” are strong words often attributed only to those who deliver their countries or important historical figures into the hands of hostile … Continue reading

Posted in Bulletins - 2003 to Dec 31 2010, Cultural Effects, Cultural Effects pub. before Jan 2018, Economic Effects of Immigration, Economic Effects of Immigration pub. before Jan 2018, Fraud, Fraud pub. before Jan 2018, Weekly

Legal And Illegal Immigration in Britain and The U.S. Fractures Social Cohesion and Causes An Economic Disaster For Many

May 4, 2006: Legal And Illegal Immigration in Britain and The U.S. Fractures Social Cohesion and Causes An Economic Disaster For Many PRESS RELEASE The two key questions that many immigrant-receiving countries have to ask are the following: (1) Why … Continue reading

Posted in Bulletins - 2003 to Dec 31 2010, Cultural Effects, Cultural Effects pub. before Jan 2018, Economic Effects of Immigration, Economic Effects of Immigration pub. before Jan 2018, 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 Bulletins - 2003 to Dec 31 2010, Environmental Effects, Environmental Effects pub. before Jan 2018, Weekly

Punjabi and Cantonese As Canada’s Two New Official Languages?

April 20, 2006: Punjabi and Cantonese As Canada's Two New Official Languages? PRESS RELEASE A recent Vancouver Sun column, written by a person of Punjabi origin, stated that in order for broadcasts of the 2010 Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver … Continue reading

Posted in Bulletins - 2003 to Dec 31 2010, Cultural Effects, Cultural Effects pub. before Jan 2018, Weekly

Cesar Chavez’s Insight: Wage Gains And Surplus Immigration Are In Conflict With One Another

April 12, 2006: Cesar Chavez's Insight: Wage Gains And Surplus Immigration Are In Conflict With One Another Press Release Recently, Canadians have heard many howls of protest from Canada's immigration industry over the deportation of illegal immigrants to the illegals' … Continue reading

Posted in Bulletins - 2003 to Dec 31 2010, Economic Effects of Immigration, Economic Effects of Immigration pub. before Jan 2018, Fraud, Fraud pub. before Jan 2018, Weekly

Some Politically Incorrect Conclusions About The Chinese Head Tax and Chinese Exclusion Laws

April 5, 2006: Canada Was Right to Impose the Chinese Head Taxes Some Politically Incorrect Conclusions About The Chinese Head Tax and Chinese Exclusion Laws PRESS RELEASE Conclusions About The Chinese Head Tax and The Chinese Exclusion Laws Our federal … Continue reading

Posted in Bulletins - 2003 to Dec 31 2010, Chinese Head Tax / Japanese Immigration, Chinese Immigration / Japanese Immigration, Cultural Effects, Cultural Effects pub. before Jan 2018, Economic Effects of Immigration, Economic Effects of Immigration pub. before Jan 2018, Fraud, Fraud pub. before Jan 2018, Weekly

Part 4: Why Were The Chinese Head Tax and Chinese Exclusion Laws Enacted?

PRESS RELEASE The following is the fourth and last part of an answer to the question, “Why were the Chinese Head Tax and Chinese Exclusion Laws enacted?” Once again, the emphasis is on presenting the series of events which preceded … Continue reading

Posted in Bulletins - 2003 to Dec 31 2010, Chinese Head Tax / Japanese Immigration, Chinese Immigration / Japanese Immigration, Cultural Effects, Cultural Effects pub. before Jan 2018, Economic Effects of Immigration, Economic Effects of Immigration pub. before Jan 2018, Fraud, Fraud pub. before Jan 2018, Weekly

Part 3: Why Were The Chinese Head Tax and Chinese Exclusion Laws Enacted?

March 22, 2006: Part 3: Why Were The Chinese Head Tax and Chinese Exclusion Laws Enacted? PRESS RELEASE The following is a continued answer to the question: Why Were the Chinese Head Tax and Chinese Exclusion Laws Enacted? (Source: “In … Continue reading

Posted in Bulletins - 2003 to Dec 31 2010, Chinese Head Tax / Japanese Immigration, Chinese Immigration / Japanese Immigration, Cultural Effects, Cultural Effects pub. before Jan 2018, Economic Effects of Immigration, Economic Effects of Immigration pub. before Jan 2018, Fraud, Fraud pub. before Jan 2018, Weekly

Part 2: Why Were The Chinese Head Tax and Chinese Exclusion Laws Enacted?

March 14, 2006: Part 2: Why Were The Chinese Head Tax and Chinese Exclusion Laws Enacted? Press Release Part 2: Why Were The Chinese Head Tax and The Chinese Exclusion Laws Enacted? (Source: “In the Sea Of Sterile Mountains”) A … Continue reading

Posted in Bulletins - 2003 to Dec 31 2010, Chinese Head Tax / Japanese Immigration, Chinese Immigration / Japanese Immigration, Cultural Effects, Cultural Effects pub. before Jan 2018, Economic Effects of Immigration, Economic Effects of Immigration pub. before Jan 2018, Fraud, Fraud pub. before Jan 2018, Weekly

Part 1 : Why Were The Chinese Head Tax and Chinese Exclusion Laws Enacted?

Why Were The Chinese Head Tax and Chinese Exclusion Laws Enacted?—PART 1, March 8, 2006 Press Release In Canada’s recent federal election, many MP candidates expressed their disapproval of the Chinese Head Tax and the Chinese Exclusion Law. Immediately after … Continue reading

Posted in Bulletins - 2003 to Dec 31 2010, Chinese Head Tax / Japanese Immigration, Chinese Immigration / Japanese Immigration, Cultural Effects, Cultural Effects pub. before Jan 2018, Economic Effects of Immigration, Economic Effects of Immigration pub. before Jan 2018, Fraud, Fraud pub. before Jan 2018, Weekly

Canadians Want An Investigation: The "Don’t Ask. Don’t Tell." Campaign For Illegals Proceeds To The Amnesty Stage In Toronto And Elsewhere

March 1, 2006: Canadians Want An Investigation: The “Don't Ask. Don't Tell.” Campaign For Illegals Proceeds To The Amnesty Stage In Toronto And Elsewhere Press Release Last week, Toronto's Police Services Board approved “Don't Ask. Don't Tell” advocates' requests to … Continue reading

Posted in Bulletins - 2003 to Dec 31 2010, Cultural Effects, Cultural Effects pub. before Jan 2018, Fraud, Fraud pub. before Jan 2018, Weekly

Ask and Tell: A Campaign In Defence of Marginalized Legal Canadians

February 22, 2006: Ask and Tell: A Campaign In Defence of Marginalized Legal Canadians Press Release A Toronto campaign to assist illegal immigrants has some important questions to answer. The initiative, referred to as the “Don't Ask. Don't Tell” campaign, … Continue reading

Posted in Bulletins - 2003 to Dec 31 2010, Cultural Effects, Cultural Effects pub. before Jan 2018, Weekly

Isn’t It Time To Re-Unite Canada’s Department of Labour With Its Department of Immigration?

February 15, 2006: Isn't It Time To Re-Unite Canada's Department of Labour With Its Department of Immigration? PRESS RELEASE Not a week goes by without some voice in Canada saying that this country has a shortage of skilled workers. Early … Continue reading

Posted in Bulletins - 2003 to Dec 31 2010, Economic Effects of Immigration, Economic Effects of Immigration pub. before Jan 2018, Weekly

To What Extent Are National Governments Involved In Legal and Illegal Immigration For Their Own Interests?

February 8, 2006: To What Extent Are National Governments Involved In Legal and Illegal Immigration For Their Own Interests? Press Release The international controversy over the Danish cartoons continues to rage. One of the latest developments in Canada has been … Continue reading

Posted in Bulletins - 2003 to Dec 31 2010, Cultural Effects, Cultural Effects pub. before Jan 2018, Economic Effects of Immigration, Economic Effects of Immigration pub. before Jan 2018, 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 Bulletins - 2003 to Dec 31 2010, Economic Effects of Immigration, Economic Effects of Immigration pub. before Jan 2018, Environmental Effects, Environmental Effects pub. before Jan 2018, Weekly