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MY Canada does not include the leadership of Justin Trudeau

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With the tumultuous 2020 Canadian political scene unfolding like a daytime soap opera, who needs Netflix?

Truly, let us examine the Cirque de Government de Canada that we have had the horror of witnessing.  But first we must set the stage:

Prior to the start of 2020, we have witnessed the debacle that is now known as S.N.C. Lavalin, the international scandal with roots in corruption-graft and greed world wide that seems to operate in Canada without fear of legal action against their business practises.  Not only did Prime Minister hide his connections to the company, but he dismissed highly competent and highly placed associates who questioned his motives.

We also have as part of the package, a publicly acknowledged vacation to a private island whose interests in Trudeau connections include his family foundation and our Prime Ministers alleged embracing of the Islam faith.

Question Period?  Question Period?

Ah, we must mean the seemingly difficult task of responding to a query from the Official Opposition which usually was met with a programmed response along the following line:

“The government of Canada prides itself on being transparent on issues that affect Canadians.  We have approved (sic) more pipelines than the Harper Government.  We are a government of law and order (although we will not allow any federal police force to stop illegal and rampant demonstrations).  We value our oil and gas industry and are working hard to support …..(you get the idea).”

Black face?  Let’s talk about black face…no, better not.

Sexual assault allegations against Justin Trudeau…oops.

Can we forget the Greta Thumberg appearance in Alberta and oil jurisdictions?  It is amazing how she just appeared at the right time to help turn the federal election and focus attention on how dirty Alberta oil really is.  We have to remember the connection between a former Trudeau associate and Thumberg as well.

Political Bias in reporting?  Since the Liberal regime has gained power, the power of free speech and free press has been decreased.  Add to the fire, federal funding for friendly media outlets that does not include True North and Rebel News.

Protests over the pipelines in BC, Alberta and Ontario-ah, that was a great couple of months.

Assisted suicide…Abortion funding worldwide…W.H.O. funding….Chinese contracts for Canadian oil exploration…

Ah, now that sets us up for 2020…Trouble, trouble, trouble.

Canada is BACK folks, we are BACK!

Back in trouble as the Liberal government continues to press its brand of socialism-fueled by the mis-labeled and mishandled global pandemic, our China friendly Prime Minister has ballooned our deficit to $300 Billion (estimated), our unemployment rate to 20 + %, our business failure rate to a similar number all while opening the coffers with debt funded relief programs for nearly everyone except seniors and veterans (nothing new here).

We cannot forget our federal health minister with ties to China…very suspicious…

This year we also said goodbye to the mythical seat on the UN that Trudeau campaigned for so expensively…And it was due to not enough campaign time and money, nothing to do with His reputation globally.

Fueled by fear and a complete lack of political and economic sense, the reigning government has hobbled democracy with shutting parliament down until September, has stopped any meaningful debate on the future of our country, has stopped any efforts to remove Mr. Trudeau from office legally and turned Canada in to the country most likely to become a 3rd world entity by the year 2025!

One very significant issue ignored by main stream media is the private prosecution bill put forth by Norman Travesy and the future of both our free trade agreement and freedom of Trudeau IF and WHEN he is found guilty of corruption, there is plenty of drama folks.  July 27 cannot come too soon.

If we add the new WE scandal over student grant financing and the third ethics investigation into the government of Justin Trudeau, a dreadful pattern has emerged.

I say all of this to simply state a fact.

If Canadians have any sense, any morality, any ability to look in to the future, we CANNOT, CANNOT be saddled with a leader who is a pathological liar, narcissistic by nature, irresponsible and undisciplined in any situation other than dealing with school crossing duties!

The time has come for a real leader to step up and take Canada back into a position of respect, into a position of leadership, and a position where we look after our interests first.  We need to clean the swamp as another notable leader has.

We need to:

Stop funding abortion around the world.

Stop funding W.H.O.

Stop any global initiatives that weaken our country.

Stand up for seniors, veterans and small business.

Remove corruption from the government, top down!

It is time to remove Mr. Trudeau from office, Official Opposition.

It is time.

This is no time for weakness, but rather bold action and confident leadership.

 

 

 

Tim Lasiuta is a Red Deer writer, entrepreneur and communicator. He has interests in history and the future for our country.

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Service Dog program looking for volunteer “Puppy Raisers” and boarding homes

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Red Deer Puppy Raising Program Announcement                                                                      

Dogs with Wings (DWW) is launching a new volunteer puppy raising program in Red Deer, AB this Spring! The Red Deer puppy raising program is a satellite puppy raising program where volunteers raise, train, and foster puppies from 8 weeks old to 14 – 16 months old and prepare them to become Service Dogs when they grow up. The Red Deer program will need full time puppy raisers and boarding homes, to puppy sit when puppy raisers are away. This program will join our three other locations in Edmonton, Calgary, and Grande Prairie and it’s an exciting time for us!

We have partnered with the Central Alberta Child Advocacy Centre (CACAC) in Red Deer for this special announcement. In October 2020, we placed our Facility Dog DWW Quinn at the CACAC to assist them in the important work that they do in their community.

“Having Quinn as a part of our Child & Family Advocacy program provides a huge amount of comfort not only to the children and youth coming through our doors, but to their families and our entire staff as well. We’re excited for Central Alberta to have the opportunity to be a part of a program that has such a great impact in our community – these puppies are going to make a huge difference in many lives, starting with their foster families’.” Mark Jones, CEO, CACAC

Quinn is our 5th Assistance Dog to live in Red Deer, alongside Facility Dog DWW Harley at the Red Deer City Victim Services, two Companion Dogs, and one Autism Service Dog.

Dogs with Wings relies heavily on the assistance of our volunteer puppy raisers to be able to have our dogs earn their wings and graduate with a client! Our dogs help individuals with a wide range of tasks, ranging from assisting individuals who use wheelchairs, to providing safety and support to children with Autism, to assisting children and adults with disabilities at home and in their communities, and working with organizations to assist them in their community work. We need your help to become a puppy raiser! We are looking for 5 volunteer Puppy Raisers and 3 volunteer Boarding Homes to welcome puppies into their home this spring.

Puppy Raisers are the cornerstone of our training program at Dogs with Wings At the heart of every successful assistance dog team is a puppy raiser who embraced the opportunity to raise a special puppy, teach them to feel safe in the world, and help them learn the skills necessary to have a solid foundation for their working career. We look forward to expanding this program to the Red Deer community.” – Doreen Slessor, Executive Director, Dogs with Wings.

As a Puppy Raiser, you become part of our team that works toward fulfilling our mission, which is to enrich the lives of people with disabilities by providing them with highly skilled Assistance Dogs that increase their mobility, foster independence, and further their contributions to the community. The position of Puppy Raiser is the most demanding and rewarding. By accepting the care and education of a DWW puppy, you become one of our most valuable team players. A Puppy Raiser is a 24-hour, 7 days per week volunteer position.

The role of the Puppy Raiser is to socialize a puppy to as many environments and situations as possible. The puppy must be exposed to various situations, on a regular basis, such as: offices, malls, restaurants, downtown areas, elevators, and public transportation. The ultimate goal of a Puppy Raiser is to help the puppy develop sufficient social skills to behave in such a manner that its presence will be acceptable in all circumstances. DWW provides care for your dog when you are on vacation and covers the cost of all dog food, gear and equipment, training equipment, food bowls, service dog in training jacket, and covers the cost of all veterinary expenses. All you need to do is provide a name tag, toys, a bed, and treats! To become a Puppy Raiser, all that we ask is that one adult must be home during the day (or able to bring the puppy to work with you) and that you attend weekly training classes. For more information on our criteria and expectations, please contact us!

“Dogs with Wings is excited to open a new puppy raising program in Red Deer and expand our puppy raising program. This will allow us the opportunity to raise and train more dogs to help our clients. It has been an absolute privileged to work with the clients in the Red Deer and Central Alberta community and to see our dogs make such an incredible difference in their lives.” – Veronica Fraser, Dogs with Wings Instructor & Training Manager.

If you are interested in being a Puppy Raiser, please complete and send this application form: http://dogswithwings.ca/volunteer-application/. If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact our office at (780) 944-8011 or via e-mail at [email protected].

More information about our organization and the programs we offer can also be found on our website (https://dogswithwings.ca/helping-us/volunteering-edmonton-calgary/_ at www.dogswithwings.ca. Thank you for your interest in being a Puppy Raiser that will help a dog earn its wings and give the gift of independence to someone in your community!

About DWW: Dogs with Wings Assistance Dog Society’s (DWW) mission is to foster integration and independence for individuals with disabilities by providing them with highly trained Assistance Dogs and aftercare. They are a registered Non-Profit Society with a volunteer Board of Directors. Dogs with Wings Assistance Dog Society is an internationally accredited organization through Assistance Dogs International (ADI). Dogs with Wings specializes in the following areas: Service Dogs, Autism Service Dogs, Facility Dogs, and Companion Dogs. Service Dogs assist people with physical disabilities who use wheelchairs to enhance their quality of life and achieve greater independence. Autism Service Dogs provide greater safety and independence for children with Autism. Facility Dogs are part of a specially trained team that provides goal directed interventions, which promote improvement in physical, social, emotional, or cognitive abilities. Companion Dogs assist those who would benefit from having a well-trained service dog, but do not require public access. For more information, visit www.dogswithwings.ca

Central Alberta Child Advocacy Centre (CACAC): The Central Alberta Child Advocacy Centre is a not-for-profit organization rooted in the protection and recovery of today’s most innocent and vulnerable – our children. The Centre is comprised of a collective that is driven by the courage to support children, youth, and their families affected by abuse, enabling them to build enduring strength and overcome adversity.
We work in a collaborative partnership with the Central Region Children’s Services, Alberta Health Services, Alberta Justice, Alberta Education, the Central Alberta Sexual Assault Support Centre and the RCMP. Together we harness our collective courage to provide children with supported recovery. For more information on CACAC, please visit: centralalbertacac.ca

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