Category Archives: National Post

(UPDATED!) Robocall Scandal: Did OpenMedia.ca Break The Law?

UPDATE: You will see in the comments below that Dana Larsen has alerted me to a potential inaccuracy in this article regarding nonprofit vs charitable organizations. I have confirmed that LeadNow & the Council of Canadians are nonprofits and therefore not restricted by these laws. But, OpenMedia most certainly are…

David Suzuki speaking during the first week of Occupy Vancouver..

I wrote back in March about a section in the federal budget titled “Enhancing Transparency & Accountability for Charities”. This provides $8 million earmarked for the CSA to better audit the political activities of charities and improve the transparency of their foreign sources…

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Are Alex Hundert & Harsha Walia Cops?

Big News in Today’s Budget- The TIDES have turned!

Map of Organizations Attached to Soros (Including the TIDES Foundation)

I’ve been writing about the TIDES Foundation for a few weeks now. It has been a hard subject to approach because I support a lot of the causes that they do. That said, I’ve felt equally uncomfortable with the lack of honesty & transparency in their activities. Quite the dilemma…

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National Post: Relegated to Junk Mail…

I’ve never been a fan of the National Post, their stories always seemed a bit biased to me. And, I have a real problem with the fact that their parent company, PostMedia, has an unreasonable monopoly in the Vancouver Market.

Postmedia currently own both major Vancouver newspapers: The Vancouver Sun & The Province. I believe they also own a Vancouver Chinese newspaper named Tai Yang Bo (or something like that). This is illegal in most civilized countries…

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