349 – Throne Speech and Address to the Nation….What Next?

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    [QUOTE=”CanadaPoli-Admin, post: 43235, member: 1″][url=https://canadapoli.com/349-throne-speech-and-address-to-the-nation-what-next/]Continue reading…[/url][/QUOTE]
    With regards to “The Roehampton Residence”… somebody gave our homeless people the use of a building last year and right away they had to scrap the idea/plan after the first night or so because the poor, poor, put-upon homeless had stolen copper fittings out of the sinks and tubs to sell and they left no drains in any of the fixtures in the building….
    Now the leftists here are raising a half a million dollars to buy a farm way far away for the homeless to work on, to raise their skills and self-worth…..I wonder how that will turn out. Where will they get their ‘fix’ way out of town in the boons? They’re not going to do this. I will not be donating one red cent towards it. Where will the money come from?

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    You are 100% correct Mark. There are many contributing factors to a person being “homeless” or “residentially impaired” and each case is different. The problem as I see it is that the government or so called “do gooder groups” haven’t done a proper root cause analysis of the problem. The government has a practice of simply throwing money at problems. These groups love have money thrown at it into their pockets as high salaries.

    So who’s money is paying for the hotel? Who’s money is going to pay for maintaining the hotel? What are the effects on the community? Who is going to be held responsible if there are problems?

    There are allot of questions to be asked.

    I was living in Maple Ridge, BC when the BC government decided to close Riverview Mental Hospital in Coquitlam, BC. It was about 10 mile from where I lived. So many if not all patients were set loose or went to homes were the home could not deal with them so most ended up on the street. That street was Hastings St. near Main Street in Vancouver. The homeless population in that area exploded and there was allot of problems.

    After awhile we noticed homeless people in Maple Ridge, Beggers and the crime rate was up. I had never seen people sleeping in parking lots and alleys before. It was weird. Turns out the City of Vancouver was selling the homeless that life was better in Maple Ridge and they could get faster social services in Maple Ridge. The City of Vancouver also was providing transportation to Maple Ridge to help them out. People went frigging nuts in Maple Ridge when the news hit.

    The moral of the story is. Make it someone else problem.

    [URL]https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Riverview_Hospital_(Coquitlam)[/URL]

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    “… must self-isolate for 14 days.” If a person must isolate for a number of days or face penalties, it cannot in any way be called “self-isolation”. Many do not seem to see this, or do not talk about it. It’s quite incredible.

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    [QUOTE=”Andrea H, post: 43681, member: 417″]”… must self-isolate for 14 days.” If a person must isolate for a number of days or face penalties, it cannot in any way be called “self-isolation”. Many do not seem to see this, or do not talk about it. It’s quite incredible.[/QUOTE]
    In organised countries there are some kind of government staff going around checking…and these places are not undemocratic. Trudeau is a wanna-be-communist but can’t be bothered to pay ‘staff’ to go around checking this stuff, so it doesn’t get done. Everything is half-assed and stinginess even though they want to have that control. If they have control, many people have to do jobs for low salaries because so many workers would be needed to enforce Trudeau’s regime. The Liberal mps go along with Trudeau but they have very high salaries and free plane rides, high pensions, etc.

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    [QUOTE=”jcorvec, post: 43686, member: 31″]If they have control, many people have to do jobs for low salaries because so many workers would be needed to enforce Trudeau’s regime. The Liberal mps go along with Trudeau but they have very high salaries and free plane rides, high pensions, etc.[/QUOTE]
    Being elected is like winning the cash lottery for life in Canada.

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