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Hire Canadians Before Immigrants

By Shelly Walton,
Airdrie, Alberta

I have recently read the article in the Alaska Highway News, Fort St. John, BC where the Mayor, Lori Ackerman (Contact her: Lori Ackerman, Phone: 250.787.8160, Email: lackerman@fortstjohn.ca) has announced that a pilot project to hire skilled FOREIGN workers is going to proceed … having now received the support of both the provincial and federal governments.

[Read: Immigrants – ZERO Affect on Economy]

This is an absolute outrage to every Canadian, given the high unemployment rates, as posted on the Employment and Social Development Canada Website, and not in accordance with the Statistics Canada monthly surveys, which are ridiculous, and not even close to providing any sort of accurate numbers regarding our unemployment rates.

There are hundreds of thousands of people in Canada who are unemployed. Stephen Harper’s government is the worst government that has governed this country since the Second World War. He has, and continues to sell our country out at every turn and has opened up the international borders to the cheapest and most unskilled labour forces in the world.

(Read: No Punjabi, No Nursing Job for Canadian)

In addition to allowing temporary foreign workers, he has allowed for many of our major corporations and employers to outsource our jobs — including engineering, IT and call centres — to name a few. I know of engineering companies who have only a very few engineers on staff who upon receiving drawings from India or Chile, are required to place their Canadian/Alberta Stamp on the document … giving it approval to proceed.

The unemployment rates continue to be extremely under-reported in the news based upon Statistics Canada Surveys on a monthly basis rather than look at the Employment and Social Development Canada website that posts the Unemployment Rates by Economic Region across Canada. These numbers are still not a true reflection of the unemployed, as they do not report contractors and those who either do not qualify for EI benefits or whose benefits have run out.

There are many economic regions across this country in the double digits, including north British Columbia and northern Alberta. The age group of young men between 15 and 24 is extreme, and the last reported rate in Alberta in May, 2015 showed an unemployment rate in this group of 11.8 per cent.

How can our governments continue to sell out Canadians by allowing corporations to seek employees from the lowest bidder. These people do not keep their earnings in this country, they do not contribute to the growth and prosperity of a community, only the growth and prosperity of the employer, and if the employer is not hiring Canadians, that employer’s success does not benefit the community.

(Read: White Woman Faces Job Discrimination)

I think our Minister of Labour has a duty to contact the British Columbia government to discuss putting some of our unemployed skilled domestic workers to work, and perhaps, provide them with some financial aid to mobilize to where the jobs are in B.C., or other parts of Canada.

You must read the comments of the over 2,000 people who have signed the petition that I started on Friday against the program announced by Mayor Lori Ackerman and you will see that there is much, much anger amongst Canadians.

There is desperation of families who cannot continue to support their families, we cannot allow this to happen any longer. Our country is crumbling and the financial ability of Canadians to compete with foreign workers is completely unfair.

(Read: White Males Need Not Apply)

Canadians are being prejudiced against, and I intend to look into whether or not, in fact, these programs are a breach of our Constitutional Rights in this country, given that there is evidence of unemployed Canadians that the government ignores and allows corporations to ignore. The program only meets the greed and bottom line of corporations and does nothing for Canada.

(Read: Anti-White Police Hiring)

If you review the economies of some of the main countries that the foreign workers are coming from … their economies, in fact, have growth rates that our country has not seen in a very long time. The Philippines economy has a current rate of growth of over six per cent. Their unemployment rates are not that far above ours, and the people living below poverty in that country is not much higher than ours. Our economic growth is in the negative and has been for a long time. >Source Original source:  http://www.alaskahighwaynews.ca/opinion/letters/hire-canadians-before-immigrants-1.2039748

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Labour Shortage MYTH

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Immigrant Workers NOT Needed

The Hated White Race by David Yeagley

Remember The 14 Words

“Fifty years from now, there won’t even be any white people!” said my pathological Middle Eastern neighbor. He knew I was an American Indian, and he expected me to dance in his vision.
I didn’t. I found his attitude, and that of his angry black wife, repulsive. I don’t appreciate being presumed upon or being dictated to in any matter, especially in the matter of race. Nobody tells this Indian how to think. I’m free to like and dislike whomever I please, for whatever reasons I choose.
My two neighbors were racists, obviously. And they were making me a victim of their racism. Because I was non-white, they presumed I was a natural partner in their resentment and animosity toward the white race. I was judged by the color of my skin, so to speak.

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CANADA’s Immigration Minister thinks Alberta’s unemployment rate should be higher, our wages lower and our job fair line-ups longer.

John McCallum didn’t exactly say that, but what he did say will result in those economic conditions for (the province of) Alberta. After a closed door meeting with Alberta business people, McCallum said:

“There’s a strong consensus that they’re in favour of more immigrants, not less immigrants, notwithstanding the state of the economy”

Translation: Businesses want cheaper labour.


There are 77,000 (Unemployed) Albertans on employment insurance – some have already run out.  Alberta’s unemployment rate is at 8.6% … higher than the national average, and up a percentage point from the month before. Alberta’s youth unemployment rate is at 14.8% up from 11.4% the year before. These numbers are real people in our communities. They should not be duking it out for the few available jobs … with a sudden influx of economic (foreign) migrants. […]
Isn’t it a Canadian Minister’s job to put those Canadians first?  >>to FULL article.

Sample of “Duking it out” — with an emboldened nobody in France.

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Useful Idiots

Sunday Music Break, Loreena McKennitt – Between the Shadows

Loreena McKennitt, (born Feb. 17, 1957 in Manitoba) is a Canadian singer, composer, harpist, accordionist and pianist who also writes, records and performs world music with Celtic and Middle Eastern themes. Ms. McKennitt is known for her refined and clear dramatic soprano vocals. She has sold more than 14 million records worldwide (Wikipedia). She lives in STRATFORD, Ontario, home of Canada’s Stratford Shakespeare Festival.  Her website: http://loreenamckennitt.com/

John Derbyshire Questions the Wisdom of Diversity in Light of 50 Years of Black Riots


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Wherever you have blacks, there you will have riots. It’s an iron law of race realism.

John Derbyshire talks about black riots in Milwaukee and Cedar Rapids in this excerpt. In the longer article he also talks about black riots in Australia.

He explains race realism very concisely toward the end of this excerpt.

Excerpt from Unz.com

Mrs. Clinton and her Social Justice Warriors want to bring in further masses of poor Third Worlders to enhance our nation’s diversity. A thoughtful observer might question the wisdom of this in light of our failure to make any progress coping with the diversity we already have.

Look: Next year is the fiftieth anniversary of the 1967 black riots in Detroit,Newark, and, yes, Milwaukee.

Fifty years—two entire human generations—and still they riot. Fifty years of fretting and fussing, of nagging and shaming, of affirmative action and contracting set-asides; fifty years of jobs programs…

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