Ontario Liberal Leadership Race Between Glen Murray and Kathleen Wynne

Canada Live November 4th 2012

On this edition we discuss many topics of concern to Canadians. Harper and the China trade agreement, David Suzuki, Global Warming, International Soil Day and the Ontario Liberal Leadership Race Between Glen Murray and Kathleen Wynne. Our discussion on the Liberal leadership race begins at the 30 minute mark of the show.

A case of high treason as Stephen Harper and Paul Martin declare a loss of Canadian sovereignty


Ontario’s H1N1 program was worth the money?


About a month ago I was pulling into my driveway and heard this exchange on CBC radio. “Do you think the media over-hyped the H1N1 virus threat?”   To which CBC responded “Don’t look at us, we only go with the Script that’s handed to us.”  Finally, some truth from the Media.


The main stream news would do well to put out a “Statement of Truth.”

“We are no longer interested in hiring journalists. However, if you are a fiction writer and would like a long-term contract writing for National Media outlets, please apply as your services are in great demand.”

Dr. Arlene King – Is the H1N1 Flu a Hoax?

As the kind of strategy contained in the GAP business plan has never been pursued, the Group noted that there were obvious risks. A major risk factor is the underlying assumption that there will in fact be a pandemic. If there is not a pandemic within the next five years, there may be loss of interest and
political awareness, and other public health needs may shift investment away from pandemic
influenza. Therefore, it is critical to identify the best possible strategy to maintain political commitment
and WHO is working with partners (UNICEF) and donors to mitigate this risk

Mon, 2010-07-19 19:59.

By: Helen Branswell, Medical Reporter, The Canadian Press

TORONTO – Ontario’s H1N1 vaccination program averted nearly one million cases and as many as 50 deaths, a newly published cost-analysis of the program suggests.

The finding is surprising, given that the province — and the country — started putting vaccine into arms just about the time the fall wave of the pandemic peaked.

Caroline Alphonso

From Tuesday’s Globe and Mail Published on Tuesday, Jul. 20, 2010 8:44AM EDT Last updated on Tuesday, Jul. 20, 2010 9:24AM EDT

Even failures can have a silver lining: Ontario had the lowest H1N1 vaccination rate in the country, but the millions of dollars poured into its program averted nearly one million cases of pandemic influenza.

Bill Gates – Does He Want You Dead?

The gates foundation is heavily invested in vaccines. He says in the attached video, the population could be reduced by 10% with the “proper” use of vaccines. Makes you want to roll up your sleeve, doesn’t it.

Tim Hortons – Suicide Shake?

One of Cold Stone Creamery’s new flavour ice cream shakes is officially the “worst beverage in America,” according to a U.S. health magazine.

That should include the Greater Toronto Area, too.

Seventeen Tim Hortons across the Golden Horseshoe have Cold Stone stores tucked inside their coffee shops.

The ice cream company’s peanut butter and chocolate milk shake packs the equivalent of 68 strips of bacon in saturated fat and more calories in one 24-ounce serving than most people are supposed to eat all day, Men’s Health magazine’s

That works out to 2,010 calories, 131 grams of fat – 68 grams of it saturated – and 880 milligrams of sodium.

Neither Tim Hortons nor Cold Stone were immediately available for comment.

full article Toronto Star

Boycott Tims Hortons and any other company pushing the “Green Agenda”


The video below should force you to ask yourself some serious questions about companies calling themselves Green.  Those listed below are members of a Eugenics Society/population control group- Global Population Speak Out

Understand the Green Movement has always been, among other things, a front for the Eugenics Movement

The last person on the list is Victoria Serda/Green Party – I ran against her as an Independent in the 2007 Ontario Provincial election.  Just like Gore and Suzuki, she refuses to debate anyone in public, on the subject of MMGW.

She and the people she works with, work in the shadows of our society.

Why does Tim Hortons say they are proud supporters of these people, or anyone promoting the Green Agenda?

Watch Freedom 21 Santa Cruz – last video on sidebar. Please read Cloak of Green and the Green Agenda on top bar.

Show them you are on to their lies and deceptions.


(These are the pledgers for whom GPSO was primarily developed. They are scientists, representatives of environmental NGO’s, science writers, activists, etc. But others can pledge as well! For those pledgers, see below.)

  1. John Burton, Author; CEO, World Land Trust (worldlandtrust.org), Suffolk, UK
  2. Jon M. Erlandson, Ph.D., Professor of Anthropology; Knight Professor of Arts and Sciences; Executive Director, Museum of Natural and Cultural History; Co-Editor, Journal of Island and Coastal Archeology, University of Oregon
  3. Kelpie Wilson, Author; Environmental Writer; Former Environmental editor at Truthout
  4. Katharine Milton, Ph.D., Professor, Environmental Science, Policy & Management, University of California, Berkeley
  5. Les U. Knight, Editor, These EXIT Times
  6. Halvor Stormoen, Earth Charter Norway
  7. Peter H. Raven, Ph.D., Author; Past President, American Association for the Advancement of Science; George Engelmann Professor of Botany, Washington University – St. Louis; President, Missouri Botanical Garden
  8. Asghar M. Fazel, Ph.D., Coordinator of the Conservation Commons, Senior Advisor to UNEP-WCMC, Cambridge, UK
  9. Walter L. Williams, Ph.D., Professor of Anthropology, History, and Gender Studies, University of Southern California
  10. Vicki Watson, Ph.D., Professor of Environmental Studies, University of Montana
  11. Coby Beck, Environmental and Climate Change Writer, ScienceBlogs.com, Grist.org
  12. Victoria Serda, Municipal Councillor, Saugeen Shores, Ontario; Climate Project Canada, Lead Mentor & Presenter

Tim Hortons

Wind Turbines and Health Walkerton Presented by Grey-Bruce Health


More smoke and mirrors by a panel of people who should hang their heads in shame as industry continues it’s unrelenting march across Rural Ontario.

Part 1


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Part 4

Part 5

Video of Dr. Copes Speaking in Owen Sound-Wind Turbines


As you read the article that follows, pay attention to what Bill Murdoch MPP has to say. First – the Ont. Conservative Party planned to install more wind turbines than the Liberals – stated in their 2007 election platform.

Murdoch says he opposed the GEA but he never bothered to vote against it.  When his office was asked why Murdoch was not in the House for the vote his rep said he had a prior engagement.  What could be more important than voting on the removal of Municipal rights.

Murdoch is as guilty as anyone for not standing up for the people of his riding. Why was he not holding information meetings in his riding to inform and advise his constituents about the coming folly.

Why didn’t Murdoch attend the meeting held on the 1st?  It was held just down the street form his office

Gutless, or part of the Treason taking place in this province. You decide!

Posted By Denis Langlois   Owen Sound Times

It’s too late to stop the surge of wind-farm development in Ontario, even by arguing the turbines cause illness, says Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound MPP Bill Murdoch.

“As far as what they can do about it, there really isn’t a heck of a lot,” he said yesterday.

Murdoch’s comments come a day after about 120 people attended a public meeting at the Grey Bruce Health Unit in Owen Sound about health effects of wind turbines.

The Progressive Conservative MPP said residents’ concerns will likely fall on deaf ears of policy makers and Liberal cabinet ministers at Queen’s Park, since the Green Energy Act is now law.

Asked what people can do, Murdoch initially said “not a thing. It’s over. It’s a law.”

Later, he said concerned residents can write to Premier Dalton McGuinty or the Ontario Ministry of Health. Letters to Murdoch’s office will be forwarded, he said.

“They’re pretty much euchred. I don’t know where they can go. Some will say (I) can do something about it. There’s not a thing I can do about it. It’s a law,” he said.

People who believe the giant wind turbines cause illness can seek medical attention from a doctor, retain a lawyer and sue, Murdoch said, but that will likely be a “waste of money.”

Emotions ran high at Thursday’s public meeting, which the health unit organized to provide wind turbine information to residents.

Keynote speaker Dr. Ray Copes, a director at the Ontario Agency of Health Protection and Promotion, was heckled by the crowd several times after his one-hour slide presentation revealed little new information.

People took exception to Copes’ characterization of health impacts caused by turbines as an “annoyance” and his claim no proof exists linking illness to wind turbines.

People opposed to wind farms say turbines cause health problems such as chronic sleep disturbance, dizziness, exhaustion, anxiety, depression, irritability, nausea and ringing in ears.

Medical officer of health Dr. Hazel Lynn said she is aware “suffering” is being attributed to turbines, but has no power to make or influence changes to the Green Energy Act. The health unit cannot perform in-depth studies on health claims either, she said.

Lynn criticized the act at the public meeting, saying “we need more choices” since it strips local municipalities of the authority to make decisions about turbine setbacks. The act requires a 550-metre setback from a turbine to residential properties.

Murdoch said he opposed the act at Queen’s Park for that reason.

Progressive Conservatives MPPs voted against it and Murdoch said perhaps a change in government would lead to some changes. The next provincial election is in 2011.

“There’s going to be a lot of wind turbines put up in the next two years, I would assume, within the context of that law,” he said.

The province has promised to eliminate coal-fired power by 2014 and add 975 wind turbines by 2012.

A second public meeting, organized by the health unit, is scheduled for Tuesday from 7 to 9 p.m. at Walkerton’s Jubilee Hall.

H1N1 Flu Vaccine Protest


I shot this video On Sept. 11 2009 for Doug Schapira of the Owen Sound Free Press as he took his concerns about the H1N1 Flu virus and vaccine to the doors of the Public Health office in Grey-Bruce-Owen Sound.

To date the Director, Dr. Hazel Lynn, refuses to answer questions raised by the public.

This is the same Health Office that refused to send someone to document health problems reported by people living near wind turbines.

It appears our health officials are more interested in appeasing industry than looking out for the health of citizens.

Hard questions need to be asked of our health officials and we must demand answers to those questions.

Are turbines making some people sick?


The problems with wind turbines being placed near homes has been known for years.

The Govt of Ontario is well aware of the problems, because they have volumes of information on the subject, but have chosen to ignore it. They
are guilty of putting the health of residents of Ontario at risk.

A fact that can no longer be disputed.

Dr. Ian Gemmill, Kingston’s medical officer of health, said – “that though there are concerns about low-level noise, appearance and stress caused by the turbines, research has suggested that those effects don’t cause long-term health impacts after people are no longer living near wind farms”.

Are turbines making some people sick?

James Cowan, National Post Published: Friday, November 07, 2008

Opponents of wind farm developments allege turbines are not just ugly and inefficient, they can also make you sick. There are growing reports of people who live near wind turbines complaining of headaches, nausea, sleeplessness and other symptoms. Sufferers contend the illness is caused by low frequency noise and vibrations released by the turbines, along with the flickering shadows cast when the sunlight is cast through the blades. While wind power proponents contend there is conclusive evidence turbines are safe, Kingston’s Medical Officer of Health was concerned enough to say developments need to be monitored. Here, we present four views on so-called “wind turbine syndrome.” — James Cowan, National Post

The Sufferer

“Our home was 423 metres from the nearest turbine. When we first heard about the project, we were trying to be green — we always recycled more than we threw in the trash — so I thought it was great. I was in favour of them, even as they were doing the construction around us. But my health did deteriorate immediately when the turbines were on . . . I had ringing in my ears, it felt like there was something crawling in my ears — I said ‘what in earth is going on?’ And then the shadowing effect when the sun is behind the blade, it was so bad, I just thought the top was going to blow off the top of my head. But we went camping in July and it cleared up — I didn’t have a headache, I wasn’t going to bathroom as frequently, I had none of the itchy ears. I came back and it immediately started again. When the blades were facing the house, I couldn’t concentrate at all, I couldn’t sleep, my body would ache . . . so finally I started to clue in that something had to be going on with the turbines. I could tell before I got out of bed, just based on how I felt, whether they were running.”

— Helen Fraser, former neighbour of Melancthon Wind Project in Ontario

Article continues at the National Post