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On 3/13/2019 at 10:29 AM, irv said:

Sounds like Justine is a little more concerned about his safety nowadays. Imagine what this little vacation cost the taxpayers!!

The broadcaster dispatched a reporter to North Captiva Island, a largely recreational island where Trudeau reportedly rented two large homes for his family and entourage. For much of the prime minister’s visit, the affiliate also kept up a live feed on the prime ministerial plane, a “maple-leaf-emblazoned” Bombardier Challenger parked at Page Field, a small airport close to Fort Myers, Florida.

North Captiva Island is accessible only by charter boat, and cars are banned, with the only motorized transportation being golf carts. However, Trudeau appears to have been brought to the island by a vessel with U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

 

The NBC2 report described a team of 40 “Secret Service” protecting the prime minister and his family from a fleet of golf carts. Trudeau’s typical bodyguards are plainclothes RCMP who closely resemble the Secret Service details that typically surround U.S. presidents and VIPs.

However, as a visiting dignitary, it’s possible that Trudeau was supplied with U.S. Secret Service agents for added protection. His visit did indeed pull in assistance from local law enforcement, including a marine unit of the local Lee County sheriff’s office.

https://nationalpost.com/news/canada/as-snc-lavalin-affair-simmered-trudeau-flew-to-florida-for-a-break 

Just leave him there without a boat-we won't miss him!

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I was searching for some info on this topic and found David Lametti has sought an external legal

Pretty sure you guys are posting bullshit stories that are twisted 

 

 

Irv's link wasn't written by anyone that speaks English or lives in Canada 

obviously this has been translated and makes no sense 

Mr. Ahmad wouldn’t present additional particulars or reveal the names of the regulation corporations retained by Mr. Trudeau and employees within the Prime Minister’s Workplace, in response to a proper request final month for an RCMP investigation from Conservative Chief Andrew Scheer.

 

 

found this too :lol: 

 

The prime minister’s office has hired three law firms to provide legal advice to current and former employees in relation to the RCMP investigation of former chief of staff Nigel Wright’s $90,000 payment to Mike Duffy.

The PMO didn’t provide an estimate of the cost of the legal fees, but they are likely to be steep. The lead lawyer on the file, Bay Street litigator Robert Staley, a partner at Bennet Jones, is said to bill in the $900-an-hour range.

The other firms are Miller Thompson, and Caroll and Wallace.

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GO ANDREW 

Conservatives name former Rebel Media director as 2019 campaign chair

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Oh my mistake ANDREW didn't know he was a REBEL :lol:  

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No I see how ONEWAYS are formed 

 

 

Marshall’s involvement goes beyond aesthetics. He helped develop the very business model that has made the Rebel profitable. Marshall’s name appears as a director for Rebel News Network ltd.’s corporate filings dating back to the Spring of 2016, listing his address as that of the Rebel HQ, in downtown Toronto. The Torch Agency, as well, openly bragged about their work for the Rebel in a now-deleted post on NationBuilder’s website.

In many scenarios, Levant or one of his contributors would put up a petition and fundraising pitch—in one case, “Help The Rebel expose media bias!”—which would ask for cash to conduct an opinion poll. That fundraising drive would be run through a NationBuilder campaign and donation page set up and run by Marshall. The results of the fundraiser (they were asking for $1,500 for the media bias poll) would be spent on commissioning the poll from none other than the Torch Agency.

That media bias poll, which asked Canadians to respond to statements like “the television news media showed significant bias towards the Liberals during the federal election,” would drive a news article and further fundraising pitches to Rebel supporters. The Rebel never reported who conducted these polls, but Torch would regularly post links to polls they conducted for “our client The Rebel.”

They ran a poll on union participation in the federal election, one on subsidies for Bombardier, one on federal carbon pricing, one on cutting the cbc. Marshall even used the Rebel to write an article with advice to the Conservative Party. (That story was cross-posted to the Torch Agency.)

The Venn diagram of issues important to the Rebel and issues pushed by Scheer’s Conservative Party contains some significant overlap. Over the summer and early fall, the federal government decided to strike a deal with Omar Khadr. Both Levant’s site and Scheer’s party ran aggressive petition and donation campaigns about Khadr. Ditto for fighting the federal price on carbon.

With Marshall now carrying over his expertise to Her Majesty’s Loyal Opposition, expect the Conservative Party to lean into the Rebel’s trademark efforts to microtarget potential voters on an issue-by-issue basis.

The Conservatives have been heading this direction for years. The party has been leveraging its email list to direct supporters to microsites set up around a specific campaign, complete with their own social posts (like the suggested tweet “Did Justin Trudeau work with Khadr’s lawyers to time the payment while the Prime Minister was out of the country?”) petitions, and donation forms.

The Rebel has proven that pressure campaigns may not always reach the masses but can certainly motivate existing supporters into pushing the message to their friends, forking over their personal information, and contributing cash.

It’s also worth noting that as the Rebel stood in the midst of a firestorm over their ties to the alt-right, Scheer’s party refused to actually admonish the website. Scheer eventually told reporters “As long as the editorial direction of that particular institution remains as it is, I won’t be granting those types of interviews.” He never mentioned the Rebel by name. The party itself never sent out a release on what interviews Scheer would give, even though sources within the party confirmed that such a statement had been drafted.

The reality is that the Rebel is helpful to the Conservative cause. It motivates right-of-centre voters to get angry and get active. Levant’s site functions as a sort of political action committee for Scheer’s party, and Hamish Marshall is in the middle of all of it.

 

 

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55 minutes ago, ArcticCrusher said:

Poor Trudope! Taking the Federal Liberals to the same place Wynnee took the provincial ones! Right down the...............:flush:

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16 hours ago, irv said:

Poor Trudope! Taking the Federal Liberals to the same place Wynnee took the provincial ones! Right down the...............:flush:

do you mean 15 years in power :dunno:  

You know Liberal were just in the basement and Trudeau took them to the top :dunno:  

 

I don't really think you are hoping for what Wynne accomplished :lol:  I don't think you really know anymore what you want :lol: 

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21 minutes ago, 1trailmaker said:

do you mean 15 years in power :dunno:  

You know Liberal were just in the basement and Trudeau took them to the top :dunno:  

 

I don't really think you are hoping for what Wynne accomplished :lol:  I don't think you really know anymore what you want :lol: 

And what exactly did she do for the province, Trail? Incompetence reeked in her party, just like Trudope and his. 

You're a strange dude, Trail. You say you didn't vote for Wynee but yet Trudope, who comes from the same mold, is your god. :wacko:

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16 minutes ago, irv said:

And what exactly did she do for the province, Trail? Incompetence reeked in her party, just like Trudope and his. 

You're a strange dude, Trail. You say you didn't vote for Wynee but yet Trudope, who comes from the same mold, is your god. :wacko:

Ya 10 years of Cons at fed level is good enough, now I would like to see Liberals for a while - what is the issue :dunno:  its not like record employment and higest markets ever is a bad thing.

 

Liberals in Ontario built 13 new hospitals -  instead of closing them

Brought our wait times from worst in Canada to best in Canada

For the Haters she attack TEACHERS like no other leader

Carried us through the biggest recession to levels of record employment - Empluyers can't even find employees to work under Wynne - this is carrying on with Doug so far

much more but who cares why Ontario is the Best 

 

 

I agree it was time for a change - BUT FORD was it too bad really 

 

So IRV what will you say as a NEW ONEWAY  when FORDS record is no where near Wynnes :dunno:  hopefully Trudeau is still here to take the blame.

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19 minutes ago, 1trailmaker said:

Ya 10 years of Cons at fed level is good enough, now I would like to see Liberals for a while - what is the issue :dunno:  its not like record employment and higest markets ever is a bad thing.

 

Liberals in Ontario built 13 new hospitals -  instead of closing them

Brought our wait times from worst in Canada to best in Canada

For the Haters she attack TEACHERS like no other leader

Carried us through the biggest recession to levels of record employment - Empluyers can't even find employees to work under Wynne - this is carrying on with Doug so far

much more but who cares why Ontario is the Best 

 

 

I agree it was time for a change - BUT FORD was it too bad really 

 

So IRV what will you say as a NEW ONEWAY  when FORDS record is no where near Wynnes :dunno:  hopefully Trudeau is still here to take the blame.

And the budget wil STILL not balance itself!

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2 hours ago, Muskoka1 said:

And the budget wil STILL not balance itself!

Cons don't balance budgets only Liberals can and do :lol:  History doesn't lie 

 

I hope FORD gets one budget balanced at all costs 

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1 hour ago, 1trailmaker said:

Cons don't balance budgets only Liberals can and do :lol:  History doesn't lie 

 

I hope FORD gets one budget balanced at all costs 

He will.

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2 hours ago, ArcticCrusher said:

He will.

I am willing to bet maybe in 8 years maybe some creative booking keeping - that is if there isn't a recession (and there will be soon) 

Ford already said not even close in his 4th year

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OTTAWA - Michael Wernick — the country's top bureaucrat — is leaving his job, telling Prime Minister Justin Trudeau that recent events have made it clear it would be impossible for him to maintain a "relationship of mutual trust" with the opposition parties.

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4 minutes ago, 1trailmaker said:

I am willing to bet maybe in 8 years maybe some creative booking keeping - that is if there isn't a recession (and there will be soon) 

Ford already said not even close in his 4th year

There will likely be a recession in two years.  Not like 2008 but nevertheless.  Nothing Trudeau or Doug could prevent.  How is the spending gonna look then?

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1 minute ago, 1trailmaker said:

OTTAWA - Michael Wernick — the country's top bureaucrat — is leaving his job, telling Prime Minister Justin Trudeau that recent events have made it clear it would be impossible for him to maintain a "relationship of mutual trust" with the opposition parties.

I posted that in ce. :lol:

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1 minute ago, ArcticCrusher said:

I posted that in ce. :lol:

Trail was saving you the trouble by posting it here too. :lol:

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2 minutes ago, ArcticCrusher said:

I posted that in ce. :lol:

well yea he was accused by Jody so the other party's don't trust him

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