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Bernier Thoughts on election yesterday

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JWR to Testify Wednesday
https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/trudeau-wilson-raybould-snc-lavalin-1.5033639

Poll Tracker showing CPC in lead
https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/poll-tracker-federal-poll-averages-and-seat-projections-1.4171977

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    [QUOTE=”CanadaPoli-Admin, post: 7601, member: 1″][URL=’https://canadapoli.com/jwr-to-testify-wednesday-bernier-tweets-on-the-by-election-result-and-un/’]Continue reading…[/URL][/QUOTE]
    You might want to read this before your vid tomorrow.
    [SIZE=5][B]Wilson-Raybould complains she won’t be able to tell full SNC-Lavalin story[/B][/SIZE]

    [URL]https://ca.news.yahoo.com/trudeau-looking-forward-wilson-raybould-150412272.html[/URL]

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    The lowering of minimum mandatory jail sentences for certain crimes found in bill C-75, which include: selling or purchasing office, influencing or negotiating appointments or dealings in offices, breach of trust by a public officer, municipal corruption, prison break, sure looks mighty suspect now after this SNC-Lavalin back scratch from the Trudeau Li(e)berals. I have brought up bill C-75 to many people in my area and only 2 knew of the proposed changes. Sunny ways eh!

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    [QUOTE=”Unibrow, post: 7609, member: 407″]The lowering of minimum mandatory jail sentences for certain crimes found in bill C-75, which include: selling or purchasing office, influencing or negotiating appointments or dealings in offices, breach of trust by a public officer, municipal corruption, prison break, sure looks mighty suspect now after this SNC-Lavalin back scratch from the Trudeau Li(e)berals. I have brought up bill C-75 to many people in my area and only 2 knew of the proposed changes. Sunny ways eh![/QUOTE]

    C-75 looks like a list of migrant crimes reduced to fines.
    [SIZE=4][B]C-75 Hybrid Offences: Quick Reference Sheet[/B][/SIZE]
    [LIST=1]
    [*]
    [LIST=1]
    [*]Sabotage
    [*]Possession of forged, etc., passport
    [*]Fraudulent use of certificate of citizenship
    [*]Offences in relation to military forces
    [*]Punishment of rioter
    [*]Concealment of identity
    [*]Neglect by peace officer
    [*]Unlawful drilling
    [*]Orders by Governor in Council
    [*]Possession of explosive (note: change in title of offence)
    [*]Providing or collecting property for certain activities
    [*]Frauds on the government
    [*]Breach of trust by public officer
    [*]Municipal corruption
    [*]Influencing municipal official
    [*]Selling or purchasing office
    [*]Influencing or negotiating appointments or dealing in offices
    [*]Disobeying a statute
    [*]Offences relating to affidavits
    [*]Obstructing justice
    [*]Compounding indictable offences
    [*]Corruptly taking reward for recovery of goods
    [*]Prison breach
    [*]Permitting or assisting escape
    [*]Rescue or permitting escape
    [*]Assisting prisoner of war to escape
    [*]Corrupting children
    [*]Obstructing or violence to or arrest of officiating clergyman
    [*]Common nuisance
    [*]Dead body
    [*]Interception
    [*]Interception of radio-based telephone communications
    [*]Possession, etc.
    [*]Disclosure of information
    [*]Disclosure of information received from interception of radio-based telephone communications
    [*]Keeping a gaming or betting house
    [*]Offence in relation to lotteries and games of chance
    [*]Cheating at play
    [*]Keeping a common bawdy-house
    [*]Causing bodily harm by negligence
    [*]Punishment for infanticide
    [*]Neglect to obtain assistance in childbirth
    [*]Concealing the body of a child
    [*]Administering noxious thing
    [*]Traps likely to cause bodily harm
    [*]Bodily harm
    [*]Offence-related place
    [*]Dangerous operation causing bodily harm
    [*]Unseaworthy vessel and unsafe aircraft
    [*]Offence involving bodily harm
    [*]Impaired driving causing bodily harm
    [*]Blood alcohol over legal limit – bodily harm
    [*]Failure or refusal to provide sample – bodily harm
    [*]Impeding attempt to save life
    [*]Material benefit – trafficking
    [*]Withholding or destroying documents – trafficking
    [*]Abduction of person under the age of 16
    [*]Abduction of person under the age of 14
    [*]Material benefit from sexual services
    [*]Bigamy
    [*]Procuring feigned marriage
    [*]Polygamy
    [*]Forced marriage
    [*]Marriage under age of 16 years
    [*]Pretending to solemnize marriage
    [*]Marriage contrary to law
    [*]Punishment of libel known to be false
    [*]Punishment for defamatory libel
    [*]Extortion by libel
    [*]Punishment for theft
    [*]Fraudulently taking cattle or defacing brand
    [*]Punishment for theft of cattle
    [*]Taking possession, etc., of drift timber
    [*]Destroying documents of title
    [*]Fraudulent concealment
    [*]Disguise with intent
    [*]Possession of instruments for breaking into coin-operated or currency exchange devices
    [*]Selling, etc., automobile master key
    [*]Possession of property obtained by crime
    [*]Bringing into Canada property obtained by crime
    [*]False pretence or false statement
    [*]Obtaining execution of valuable security by fraud
    [*]Damaging documents
    [*]Offences in relation to registers
    [*]Using mails to defraud
    [*]Fraudulent manipulation of stock exchange transactions
    [*]Prohibited insider trading
    [*]Gaming in stocks or merchandise
    [*]Broker reducing stock by selling for their own account
    [*]Fraudulent concealment of title documents
    [*]Fraudulent registration of a title
    [*]Fraudulent sale of real property
    [*]Misleading receipt
    [*]Fraudulent disposal of goods on which money advanced
    [*]Fraudulent receipts under the [I]Bank Act[/I]
    [*]Disposal of property to defraud creditors
    [*]Fraud in relation to fares, etc.
    [*]Fraud in relation to valuable minerals
    [*]Possession of stolen or fraudulently obtained valuable minerals
    [*]Offences in relation to mines
    [*]Books and documents
    [*]Privy
    [*]False return by public officer
    [*]False prospectus, etc.
    [*]Acknowledging instrument in false name
    [*]Applying or removing marks without authority
    [*]Threat against internationally protected person
    [*]Thread against United Nations or associated personnel
    [*]Secret commissions
    [*]Arson for fraudulent purpose
    [*]Arson by negligence
    [*]Possession of incendiary material
    [*]Interfering with saving of wrecked vessel
    [*]Interfering with marine signal, etc.
    [*]Removing natural bar without permission
    [*]Occupant injuring building
    [*]Interfering with international boundary marks, etc.
    [*]Having clippings, etc.
    [*]Uttering coin
    [*]Advertising and dealing in counterfeit money
    [*]Conspiracy
    [*]Participation in activities of a criminal organization
    [*]Breach of long-term supervision
    [/LIST]
    [/LIST]
    [URL]http://www.robnicholson.ca/media/rob-in-the-news/c-75-hybrid-offences–quick-reference-sheet[/URL]

  4. CanadaPoli-Admin

    Bill c-74 also changes the criminal code to allow bribery, fraud and a bevvy of other offences. Here is the list from the law:

    And a link
    [URL]http://www.parl.ca/DocumentViewer/en/42-1/bill/C-74/first-reading[/URL]

    SCHEDULE TO PART XXII.‍1 

    (Section 715.‍3 and subsections 715.‍32(2) and 715.‍43(2) and (3))

    Offences in respect of which a remediation agreement may be entered into

    1 An offence under any of the following provisions of this Act:
    (a) section 119 or 120 (bribery of officers);
    (b) section 121 (frauds on the government);
    (c) section 123 (municipal corruption);
    (d) section 124 (selling or purchasing office);
    (e) section 125 (influencing or negotiating appointments or dealing in offices);
    (f) subsection 139(3) (obstructing justice);
    (g) section 322 (theft);
    (h) section 330 (theft by person required to account);
    (i)  section 332 (misappropriation of money held under direction);
    (j) section 340 (destroying documents of title);
    (k) section 341 (fraudulent concealment);
    (l) section 354 (property obtained by crime);
    (m) section 362 (false pretence or false statement);
    (n) section 363 (obtaining execution of valuable security by fraud);
    (o) section 366 (forgery);
    (p) section 368 (use, trafficking or possession of forged document);
    (q) section 375 (obtaining by instrument based on forged document);
    (r) section 378 (offences in relation to registers);
    (s) section 380 (fraud);
    (t) section 382 (fraudulent manipulation of stock exchange transactions);
    (u) section 382.‍1 (prohibited insider trading);
    (v) section 383 (gaming in stocks or merchandise);
    (w) section 389 (fraudulent disposal of goods on which money advanced);
    (x) section 390 (fraudulent receipts under Bank Act);
    (y) section 392 (disposal of property to defraud creditors);
    (z) section 397 (books and documents);
    (z.‍1) section 400 (false prospectus);
    (z.‍2) section 418 (selling defective stores to Her Majesty); and
    (z.‍3) section 426 (secret commissions).

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    The legislation itself and the sketchy way they tried to tuck it into an omnibus finance bill and pressure the former Justice Minister tells me that these criminals KNOW what the future holds for them (the lid is going to come off their schemes/criminality) and they NEED to get ahead of it NOW. Any unjust law is NO LAW at all.

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    [QUOTE=”TheGoliard, post: 7617, member: 65″]If for no other reason to sign the petition, one still should because they have included infanticide on the list.[/QUOTE]
    I only realised now it must be so Arabs can do away with female babies. We never had this law okayed before so many of them came. Barbaric disgusting creeps.

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    [QUOTE=”TheGoliard, post: 7617, member: 65″]If for no other reason to sign the petition, one still should because they have included infanticide on the list.[/QUOTE]
    When you have a chance, give me the petition number. That is one petition I don’t think I signed.

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