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The Bank of Canada: Instrument of Growth or Destruction?

With the May 5 announcement by Carolyn Wilkins, Senior Deputy Governor of the Bank of Canada that new protocols are being prepared in anticipation of future emergency bailouts[1], certain uncomfortable truths have been brought to the surface which not only challenge the entire paradigm upon which the Canadian financial system is built, but forces a…

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Global Green Bail-in Advances with Santander Scam Using Canadian Pension Plans

On December 22, 2014 Rothschild-affiliated Banco Santander [1] announced the first joint venture with two of Canada’s largest pension funds (the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan Board and the Public Sector Pension Investment Board) to invest in a three-way joint venture green infrastructure project [2]. The project aims to create a company with infrastructure focused on green energy such as wind, solar and…

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Canada’s Dilemma : Join the BRICS or Die with Wall Street?

By Avneet Thapar and Matthew Ehret-Kump With the stunning success of Syriza Party’s rise to power after the recent Greek elections, leading a mandate to wipe out the majority of artificial debts holding their nation hostage to a banker’s dictatorship, an opportunity at orderly re-organization of un-payable debts driving the bubble economy towards collapse has…

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Canada and the Coming Eurasian World: Speech by Lyndon LaRouche to Canadians 2007

Here is Lyndon LaRouche’s keynote to the EIR conference on « The Strategic Importance of the Eurasian Land-Bridge : Canada and the Coming Eurasian World », held in Ottawa on Dec. 11, 2007. LaRouche spoke very briefly for about 10 minutes, and then fielded questions for an hour. Moderator : I think we’re ready to hear from Mr. LaRouche,…

De la nécessité pour le Canada d’un tunnel sous le détroit de Béring ou la philosophie des chemins de fer pour le XXIe siècle

Une relation existentielle lie le Canada avec son système ferroviaire. Cela était vrai en 1849 lors du lancement du chemin de fer canadien, tout comme cela est vrai aujourd’hui. Il existe même plusieurs parallèles entre cette époque et la nôtre, comme par exemple cette résistance au changement qui caractérise notre population et à laquelle furent…