Sunday, 1 January 2017

Trudeau hands out Billions to other countries while Canadians stand in line at Food banks.

"The National Bank of Canada has predicted that Trudeau's spending could result in a $90 billion deficit by the time the next election comes around."

Trudeau's handouts in his first 100 days in office alone amounted to $5.3 billion ... 

http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/keith-beardsley/trudeau-deficit_b_9226722.html

Trudeau announces additional $112.8 million for international aid projects

While attending the XVI Summit of La Francophonie in Madagascar, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced on Sunday, November 27, 2016 that the Canada will provide $112.8 million for international aid projects that will benefit several African countries and Haiti.
According to the official statement, this funding will:
  • contribute to projects that aim to fight climate change, empower women, and protect their rights”
  • “will be used to stimulate economic growth, which will create job opportunities for young people and women, and to counter terrorism and prevent radicalization.”
Canada’s foreign aid under Trudeau government 

During his first official visit to Liberia on November 24, 2016, Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, announced over $12.5 million in new initiatives “aimed at supporting democracy, peace and security, inclusion, and gender equality in Africa.”
Marie-Claude Bibeau, Minister of International Development and La Francophonie, announced during her visit to Madagascar on November 23, 2016 over $7.5 million in funding for three projects that will be implemented in Madagascar.
During her first official visit to Haiti on November 18, 2016, Marie-Claude Bibeau, Minister of International Development and La Francophonie, announced $54 million in funding to support various humanitarian and development projects in Haiti in the wake of the the damage caused by Hurricane Matthew.
Marie-Claude Bibeau, Minister of International Development and La Francophonie, announced on Wednesday, November 16, 2016, new funding “to support education, health and social services for millions of vulnerable Palestinian refugees, as well as urgent humanitarian assistance.” The new funding includes:
  • $20 million to the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) to help increase access to these essential services. A proportion of Canadian funding will also be used to expand training for staff on the proper and neutral use of social media.
  • $5 million to UNRWA’s emergency appeal for Palestinian refugees impacted by the crisis in Syria and surrounding areas.
The Fifth Replenishment Conference of the Global Fund to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria, hosted by Canada in Montreal, ended with a new pledge for foreign aid. Prime Minister Trudeau announced on Saturday, September 17, 2016 that Canada will pledge $804 million to the Global Fund, for 2017 to 2019. On May 9, 2016, Trudeau, said that Canada will pledge for this cause only $785 million. In total, the conference raised over $12.9 billion in pledges to fight devastating diseases as epidemics by 2030. 
Marie-Claude Bibeau, Minister of International Development and La Francophonie, announced on Wednesday, August 31, 2016 that Canada will contribute $22.6 million over five years to the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences – Next Einstein Initiative (AIMS-NEI) to train African mathematical scientists to develop climate change adaptation and mitigation solutions.
Canada’s Liberal government revealed on Friday, August 26, 2016, its new Peace and Stabilization Operations Program (PSOPs) and pledged up to 600 Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) personnel to be available for possible deployment to UN peace operations.
The government is devoting $450 million to PSOPs for better protecting “civilians, including the most vulnerable groups, such as displaced persons, refugees, women and children.”
Canada’s PSOPs and future contributions will focus more on the areas of “early warning, conflict prevention, dialogue, mediation and peacebuilding, and the empowerment of women in decision making for peace and security.”
St├ęphane Dion, Minister of Foreign Affairs, announced on Monday (July 25, 2016) seven new security and safety initiatives worth more than $17 million during his participation at the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)-Canada Post-Ministerial Conference in Vientiane, the Lao People’s Democratic Republic (PDR).
These seven projects support initiatives across the ASEAN region to enhance counter-terrorism measures; to prevent, deter and combat human smuggling; to strengthen biological and nuclear security; and to bolster resilience in the face of humanitarian disasters.
Dion and Marie-Claude Bibeau, Minister of International Development and La Francophonie, announced on Tuesday, July 19, 2016, that Canada has pledged $158 million over three years to support humanitarian and stabilization efforts for the people of Iraq and up to $200 million in additional financing to the Government of Iraq.
According to the official statement, the $158-million pledge is part of Canada’s three-year, $1.6-billion commitment to Iraq and the region, announced by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in February 2016, which includes $840 million in humanitarian assistance.
The $200 million is a new commitment, agreed to at the G7 Leaders’ Summit, that will support Iraq’s economic reform efforts through the World Bank.
Of Canada’s pledge of $158 million, $150 million will support the international humanitarian response to help meet the basic needs of conflict-affected Iraqis, $4 million will be provided to the United Nations Development Programme to help Iraqis return to their homes in areas liberated from ISIL, and $4 million will support the clearance of improvised explosive devices (IEDs) in Ramadi and other liberated areas.
On May 23, 2016 Marie-Claude Bibeau, Minister of International Development and La Francophonie, announced at the World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul, Turkey $274 million to United Nations humanitarian and development agencies to strengthen emergency response, ensure child protection in humanitarian crises and build long-term resilience to food insecurity.
According to an official statement, this funding will help strengthen emergency response, child protection and long-term resilience to food insecurity:
  • United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) – Central Emergency Response Fund ($147 million, 2016-2021)
  • Rural Social Protection: Ethiopia’s Productive Safety Net Program – United Nations World Food Programme and the World Bank ($125 million, 2016-2021)
  • Child Protection Working Group – UNICEF ($1 million, 2015-2017)
  • UN Office of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Children and Armed Conflict ($1 million, 2015-2017)
Before tabling the 2016-17 budget, the Liberal government had made pledges to spend more than $5 billions on foreign aid, including $2.65 billion by 2020 to help developing countries deal with climate change; more than $1.6 billion over three years, starting in 2016–17, towards security, stabilization, humanitarian and development assistance for Iraq, Syria, Jordan and Lebanon; $678 million over six years, starting in 2015–16, to respond to the Syrian refugee crisis and aid in the resettlement of 25,000 Syrian refugees; and $100 million in 2015–16 to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, to help support critical relief activities in the region.
The budget allocated additional funding for foreign aid initiatives, including $256 million over two years to Canada’s International Assistance Envelope (IAE) and up to $586.5 million over three years, starting in 2016–17, for the renewal of key peace and security programs.
On April 15, 2016, Minister Bibeau announced that Canada will contribute $75.4 million in support of projects in health, education and nutrition, as well as a financing mechanism that can assist countries hosting large numbers of Syrian refugees. Following the earthquake in Ecuador (April 2016), Canada provided a $2 million funding commitment to the needy.
On March 24, 2016, Bibeau told the Canadian Press that more aid spending would help Canada win UN Security Council seat when she said: “Canada needs to show the world it is a more generous aid donor if it wants to win a seat on the United Nations Security.

41 comments:

  1. Where is there justification in the way some of our Canadian residents are treated?

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    1. Open your eyes and see the reality! Not what you wish to see, in your fairytale world.

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    2. Deb Prothero....is a typical uninformed lame-brain who has lost touch with reality. Free to buy (if you have money) free to work( if you can find a job)..... I am a senior and sometimes there are days of the month left but no money. Try to live on a fixed subsidized income for a few month, and than you can open your dumb mouth.

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    4. Overthrow the Liberal government , and sue the liberal party, bankrupt them, like they are doing to us!

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    5. Deb , where i come from ,, The Foreign Workers program is taking over the workforce.Not because we do not want the work, but because the foreign workers will work for much less than the average Canadian family man. If you we born in Canada, Have fun trying to find a place to rent, These kind of homes are reserved for Foreigners. So yeah,, Canadians actually do come second in Canada these days.

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  2. So Fuc_ing wrong. Trudeau and the Liberals should be tried and convicted for treason against Canada.

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    1. Are you a taxpayer? It is taxpayer money that is being spent on foreign interests. Money that could be better spent here in Canada, benefiting Canadian taxpayers. We need the economic stimulus that infrastructure building provides, we need to improve living conditions for families,seniors, the homeless, veterans and First Nations People. We need to stop giving away money that we don't have! Therr is this thing called a DEFICIT.

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    2. look at the smug self centered look on that useless tools face.it speaks for itself,this country's people,money and resources are this tits personal sand box or play toys. exactly the same attitude that dear old dad had in those troubled times years and tears ago, how soon this country forgot what a mess he caused and how badly he divided this country. trudummy does what he wants whenever he wants with out thought or regard to what we the people actually want or need. and since the libs have a majority we have no recourse to change things and the people in that party are not free to speak up against what he is doing.so much for us being a democracy. what is really sickening though is this is just the start he has a long time too mess us up even more or things up even worse before we get a chance to to kick his ass to the curb.

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    3. i keep hoping that on one of his many trips(by the way the canadian taxpayer funded trips) the plane that him and his entirely too big group of toadies and ass kissers happen to be in a plane that was built on a friday afternoon before a long weekend. and one of the wings fall off getting rid of this country's most dim witted and dangerous clowns ever

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    4. You are right on the money.AT LEAST KICK HIM OUT FOR NONCONFIDENCE. The Canadians in Canada want him out before destroys the country. He will drive us so far In debt that he will end up paying it with Canadian real estate. Maybe sask. & albt with their oil & wheat would cover it.

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  3. Stupid article title. I mean is your issue they wait in line for free food because I have to wait in line at the checkout when I pay for mine.
    But if it will make you happy I'm all for it; let's double the checkout workers at the food bank. #nomorelines

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    1. The point of the title is .... more taxes and levies is causing more people to turn to food banks for help . You are lucky to have a job and money to buy food . There are many that cannot . Yes , there are some that choose that life , but for many more it is not .

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    2. The point of the title is .... more taxes and levies is causing more people to turn to food banks for help . You are lucky to have a job and money to buy food . There are many that cannot . Yes , there are some that choose that life , but for many more it is not .

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    3. Your hilarious...
      You have a picture of JT as your screen saver I'm sure.

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    4. Your hilarious...
      You have a picture of JT as your screen saver I'm sure.

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  4. Liberals are a joke,,,, no clue on what Canadians are suffering,,,, whomever voted these clowns in should be so proud voting in a tool like Trudeau who was never qualified in the first place,,,, should have left Harper where he was but I get social media status is more important as supposed to a person who majored in economics, business and political science!!!!!

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    1. are you referring to the mail clerk?

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    2. He's referring to the camp counselor

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  5. The fact that you idiots eat this crap up and get all righteous without even checking the facts is breathtakingly dumb. No accounting for stupid, but I guess someone has to vote PC.

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    1. Don't worry the budget will balance itself....Liberal accounting...Uhhh who is stupid now..Self righteous

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  6. Hmmmm..... So.. now that foreign interests have spread enough lies to successfully control the thoughts and votes in some countries... do they really think Canadians will buy in to a whole lot of undocumented, ancient, completely unsubstantiated garbage about our own? ... really???

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    1. Get real...The numbers may be wrong but just replace them with slightly less numbers and it's all the same. You are missing the point.. drink some more koolaid.

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  7. Leitch campaign manager gloats about spreading false infohttp://ipolitics.ca/2017/01/03/leitch-campaign-manager-gloats-about-spreading-false-info/
    "Conservative leadership candidate Kellie Leitch’s campaign manager, Nick Kouvalis, admitted Monday night to sharing false information on Twitter..."

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    1. I wish people would read this and believe it, but instead they will consider this as the "fake news" article, not the one which actually is fake news because it serves their narrative.

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    2. I wish people would read this and believe it, but instead they will consider this as the "fake news" article, not the one which actually is fake news because it serves their narrative.

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  8. WE NEED AN ELECTION ASAP, IF NOT, A REVOLUTION WILL HAPPEN!!

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  9. I need a source in order to share this on my forums

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  10. does it really matter ??..the real truth is every one of them are lieing,you can't trust any of them TRUTH!!!

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    1. The only truth is that Trudeau is a Muslim and puppet to global liberal elites agenda to destroy our country and bring in NWO! He could not care less for Canadians. The mass immegration of Muslin is to take over our country and destroy us!

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  11. *sigh* Regardless of numbers being wrong, Canada has always provided aid to foreign countries. Canada has always had people using food banks too. This is just a terrible attempt to drum up even more hatred for Trudeau when he's not doing anything wrong.

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    1. Really....do yah think?

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    2. Nope, he don't think outside the lying liberal BOX

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  12. with higher cost of living, hydro gone up, oil furnace gone up along with a lot of other stuff gone and going up, what is the prime minister thinking. How are we going to live, lost jobs, cut wages, and the standard of living is worse now.

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  13. Will Trudeau give money to terrorists in Canada so they can buy guns and explosives too? seems he is helping some bad asses elsewhere to keep the world stirred up, soon these other countries will be sending Canada foreign aid and we will get back some of our good deeds, in a pigs ass too.

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  14. Trudeau is a mad man on a mission to destroy us and the rest of his cabinet seems to be on board ,so what is wrong wit these liberals are they willing to stand there and let that happen. There is nothing of what he is doing to our country on his said on his campaign, as he lied and deceaved his way to power only to sell us piece by piece. He is not one of us true canadian he is a traiter.

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    1. You guys ever heard of a Troll?

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  15. correct me if I'm wrong, It is political possible to form a different form of government in Canada such as a republic and scrap this corrosive British Parliamentary system, the same one that has been screwing the Irish, Scoss and at one time the country of India.

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  16. Is anyone reading the comments......I hope so if not then they are empty words. Action speak stronger than words. Who decides to write up these cheques and this money.

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