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^ I did LOL at that :D
 

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Buck

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how can anyone enter into an agreement that has non-disclosure agreements attached, when the law was violated?

how can the law be that easily bypassed?

and pedophilia is NOT like a stolen car that's recovered and the two parties agree to work it out amongst themselves, pedophilia is a complete violation of anothers human rights, it's a violation of that entire society...

can they get the rest of the country to sign off on that NDA?


PROBABLY NOT
 

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Located In Vancouver, BC, West Point Grey Academy is a private day school for grades JK - 12.

October 10, 2019

" Trudeau accusor lands a seven-figure NDA to keep quiet about West Grey departure "


 

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i'm still surprised that he got a free pass from that black-face he once wore...while others paid with losing their jobs and public mockery, he and other progressives got a free ride....

once one goes 'evil', it's tough to ever come back
 

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Must not want to starve to death, eh.


Canada drops vaccine mandate for its truckers after pressure from industry​


By Steve Scherer

Truck drivers wait in a long line to cross the Ambassador Bridge, which Canadian police closed to search for possible explosives in a vehicle, in Detroit, Michigan, U.S. October 4, 2021.  REUTERS/Rebecca Cook

Manitoba-based truckers, transporting goods to and from the United States, are being vaccinated against coronavirus disease (COVID-19) as part of a deal between the Canadian province and the state of North Dakota, at a rest stop near Drayton, North Dakota, U.S. April 22, 2021.   REUTERS/Dan Koeck

Truck drivers wait in a long line to cross the Ambassador Bridge, which Canadian police closed to search for possible explosives in a vehicle, in Detroit, Michigan, U.S. October 4, 2021.  REUTERS/Rebecca Cook



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Manitoba-based truckers, transporting goods to and from the United States, are being vaccinated against coronavirus disease (COVID-19) as part of a deal between the Canadian province and the state of North Dakota, at a rest stop near Drayton, North Dakota, U.S. April 22, 2021. REUTERS/Dan Koeck
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Jan 12 (Reuters) - Canada will allow unvaccinated Canadian truckers to cross in from the United States, reversing a decision requiring all truckers to be inoculated against the coronavirus, Canada's border agency said on Wednesday.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had faced pressure from the main opposition party and trucking lobby to drop the vaccine mandate for truckers, due to come into force on Saturday, saying it could result in driver shortages, disrupt trade and drive up inflation.

The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) said that unvaccinated, or partially vaccinated Canadian truck drivers arriving at the U.S.-Canada border will remain exempt from pre-arrival, arrival and post-arrival testing and quarantine requirements.
However, truckers from the United States will still need to be vaccinated or they will be turned back at the border from Jan. 15, a CBSA spokesperson said.

A Canadian government source said the decision was taken to ensure smooth supply chains.
Trudeau's Liberal government had set the Saturday deadline requiring all truckers entering from the United States to show proof of vaccination as part of its fight against COVID-19.
With more than two-thirds of the C$650 billion ($511 billion) in goods traded annually between Canada and the United States travelling on roads, the trucking industry is key.

The Canadian Trucking Alliance (CTA) had estimated the government mandate could force some 16,000 cross-border drivers - 10 % of them - off the roads.
The mandate was the first policy measure taken since the pandemic began that could limit cross-border trucking traffic. Trucks crossed the border freely when the border was closed for 20 months because they were considered essential to keep supply chains open.
Supply chain disruptions drove Canada's headlineinflation to an 18-year high in November, and the Bank of Canada has signalled that it could raise interest rates as soon as April.
The cost of bringing a truckload of fruit and vegetables from California and Arizona to Canada doubled during the pandemic due to a driver shortage, Steve Bamford, chief executive of Bamford Produce, an importer and exporter of fresh fruit and vegetables based in Ontario told Reuters last week.
Fresh foods are sensitive to freight problems because they expire rapidly.
The Biden administration wants truck drivers at companies with 100 or more employees to be vaccinated or submit to weekly testing, a policy that has been challenged to the Supreme Court.
 

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However, truckers from the United States will still need to be vaccinated or they will be turned back at the border
They are shit-weasels. The politicians and the officials, anyway. Let the country lose their food until the royal subjects demand that their barons give up their trade restrictions.

I do wish they could sell their lumber here at a reasonable price. But I have to say "damn you, bastards!" at this moment. I am ready to be agreeable when they change their NAZI Germany laws back to normal.