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I am officialy dead now. You may ask the Toronto police detective to stop looking for me.

08/05/2006
Dear member of parliament,
I am not sure what one must do to ensure they have a cencus to fill out or be considered dead. At least this is what I have heard and still hear on the internet.
Being a homeless person who has no fixed address other than a post office box, purchased while I was working, I guess I must die. My employment requires me to cross the border into the U.S.and if I should become employed in Canada’s federaly regulated trucking industy again would I then suddenly come back to life or will I still be a dead person and hence not a citizen ?
I could then technicaly be arrested and put in prison in the U.S. or Canada for being an illegal alien.
Yours Truly,
One of many of “the less fortunate”
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May 8, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Nice Flag.


Quebec is now a Nation or so I have heard, as of Friday May 05, 2006.
No word on cutting off Quebec’s federal subsidies as yet.
This is Quebec’s official provincial flag though has never flown.

May 8, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | 2 Comments

Quebec Blue Ensign, official after 1929.


Has anyone else heard Quebec’s special status has reached Nationhood in Canada as of Friday May 05, 2006 yet still no word on cutting off their federal welfare.
This is Quebec’s official flag though has never flown in the wind.

May 8, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Taxes, taxes, taxes and social welfare.

08/05/2006
Dear honourable minister of finance m.p.,
The “working poor” of this country would get along far better if they weren’t paying twice as much federal income tax as Canadian Industry.
There really isn’t any point in discussing child care and other social benefits until this “newly discovered” fiscal imbalance is addressed.
The United States government(s) spend twice as much tax dollars on corporate subsidies as they do on national social welfare. I do not know what the rate for corporate – social government welfare spending in Canada is, possibly one of our faithful NDP or Liberal official opposition members could look into this inexcusable employee tax difference and the government Corporate welfare spending ratio.
Before you discuss child poverty and child daycare needs.
I haven’t seen or heard anyone introducing a bill to lower m.p. salaries by fifty to seventy percent to bring in wage equality among the citizens of Canada and their elected representatives.
Yours Truly,
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P.S. One hundred eighty five dollars a month is what you get in the province of Ontario to live on plus three hundred thirty five dollars for shelter if you can find any for that price, if not you get nothing.
Which reminds me that renters pay three to five times more municipal taxes a year than do home owners and tend to be lower income earners for the most part.
I’m really not hearing this from the Liberals or the N.D.P., I can’t even begin to wonder why. They have allot to say when it comes to spending tax dollars but not not when it comes to saving workers thousands in overpaid taxes.
Where is the fifty billion dollar E.I. surplus? Is it still in the bank or has it also disappeared through some Quebec spending scandal ??

May 8, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment