A lot of Canadians are outraged with their federal government’s handling of the trucker protest that included invoking the Emergencies Act and freezing bank accounts of those who supported the protest.
A lot of Canadians are furious with the federal government for punishing the oil and gas industry that gives us our high standard of living, and could do so much for global energy security … while they fly all over the planet in private jets to reach the pinnacle of hypocritical virtue signalling.
A lot of Canadians are annoyed with the federal government’s alarmist and inaccurate climate change rhetoric used to justify their attack on the oilpatch.
A lot of Canadians are upset with the federal government for the firing of two top female politicians who stood up against government meddling in the SNC-Lavalin corruption case
A lot of Canadians are mad at the federal government for a list of scandals that is far too long to list in this space.
A lot of Canadians are distraught because of the federal government’s direct (CBC) and indirect (tax credits for the others) funding of media companies that ensures the government will never be held accountable for their misdeeds.
A lot of Canadians are really mad.
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The Canadian prime minister’s emergency act
Climate change and energy: context for the great debate
Analysis of excess deaths in 2020 reveals surprising deviations
Putting global emissions in perspective
Energy transition — a lesson in advocacy and models
A look back at causes of death in the first year of COVID-19
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