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3 hours ago

Lets see what "THE PEOPLE" of British Columbia Canada say? Is it hateful behaviour to hold political officials accountable?

3 hours ago

This NDP politician @ravikahlon has deleted my questions about his proposed “hateful behaviour” fines and tickets several times now! So is accountability now hateful behaviour? Is that what this is all about? Please comment on his post regarding this and watch him delete it!

6 hours ago
Ravi Kahlon

Get on this guy! Nobody is asking for these representations of the public. I voiced my concerns and they were deleted and Vote Canada was blocked! Pretty scary when you consider what the purpose of the topic is. I reposted as Vote Coin now. It will probably get deleted to soon as well.

People throughout BC are worried about a steady increase in reported hate crimes and incidents of racism.

It’s clear people want to see leadership and more action.

I have written to the Solicitor General and requested that CSIS be asked to investigate these organized hate groups and that our government scan all jurisdictions to find solutions that may work in BC.

Please take a moment to read the letter.✊🏾

10 hours ago

Lets see what "THE PEOPLE" of British Columbia Canada say? John Horgan’s BC NDP Government propped up by the Green Party wants to fine & ticket you for racist and hateful behaviour. Will you be Voting for John Horgan in the next 2021 provincial election?

10 hours ago

Lets see what "THE PEOPLE" of British Columbia Canada say? John Horgan’s BC NDP Government propped up by the Green Party wants to fine & ticket you for racist and hateful behaviour. Will you be Voting for John Horgan in the next 2021 provincial election?

10 hours ago

Lets see what "THE PEOPLE" of British Columbia Canada say? John Horgan’s BC NDP Government propped up by the Green Party wants to fine & ticket you for racist and hateful behaviour. Will you be Voting for John Horgan in the next 2021 provincial election?

20 hours ago
B.C. government looking into fines for people who engage in racist behaviour

Delta North NDP MLA Ravi Kahlon has sent a letter to Public Safety Minister Mike Farnworth, formally requesting the province look into what powers the province has to crack down on “racist and hateful behaviour.”

https://trib.al/hVkjeEg

The B.C. government is looking into whether people who engage in racist behaviour can be ticketed.

20 hours ago

“Its not the first time we’ve determined a single federal government to ensure stability doesn’t work. You can’t make this stuff up! Right from the government website!”

The Province of Canada had been established in 1841 following the Act of Union which amalgamated two hitherto separate colonies, Lower Canada (majority Francophone) and Upper Canada (Anglophone), which had their own elected legislative assemblies that enabled them to make certain respective domestic political choices.

After the union of 1841, it proved virtually impossible for a single government to ensure political stability, despite measures designed to preserve the specificity of each of the communities. Those measures included :

two prime ministers, one for the Francophone section (Canada East) and one for the Anglophone section (Canada West), located on either side of the Ottawa River;

two attorneys-general (the common law remained in force in Canada West and the civil law in Canada East);

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21 hours ago
Federalism in Canada - Canada.ca

If we really want to grow stronger and do something, lets start by understanding & learning the system, rather then just assuming. This is actually a really good read. Thing’s used to be way different when it came to the West & East.

https://www.canada.ca/en/intergovernmental-affairs/services/federation/federalism-canada.html

Federalism in Canada

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