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WHEN THE GOVERNMENT TURNS ITS BACK ON ITS PEOPLE

Introduction: The average Canadian is too busy to pay attention to certain social and economic issues, which are pushing their country into future social unrest, gang violence and even into a potential recession. Why? The average Canadian, in general, is working hard just trying to cover immediate basic needs, pay bills, and keep up with […]

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Kinder Morgan Pipeline – Lottery vs. Death Sentence ?

Question: Is it rational & brilliant or simply illogical & obtuse for the government to purchase the Kinder Morgan Pipeline (KMP) project? Answer: After researching and asking many people, I am honestly convinced, that the average Canadian has not got the slightest clue if the purchase by the Liberal government of the KMP project is […]

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‘FORD’ MORE YEARS – REALLY?

This blog is written – Without Prejudice / My Personal Opinion Social Mediocrity: Astonishingly, Doug Ford has been voted as Ontario’s PC leader. But hey, uninformed people with short-term memory always elect the wrong leaders, so they get the “leaders” they ultimately deserve, so let them suffer in their sea of ignorance and distorted faith […]

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LGBTQ2 – Is Canada a Progressive Nation?

There is no doubt that Canada is seen around the world as a modern, adaptable, and progressive country. While admired by many, it is hated and disrespected by a few. Sadly, that is their problem, not ours. There is no doubt in my mind that we are a forward and progressive country and for that, […]

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Sad Day For Canadian Multiculturalism And Integration

The Story: An 11-year old Muslim girl said she was attacked twice by a stranger cutting her hijab (covering hair) with a pair of scissors, on her way to school.                                          Source:  pinterest.com     Source: alexipress.com    […]

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What is Stronger – Religion or Patriotism?

Introduction (the tragedy): Recently in Ontario, 19-year old Yosif Al-Hasnawi was shot while trying to break up an altercation involving three others. When the paramedics arrived, he advised them he could not breathe. Minutes later, he passed away. A tragic outcome for an innocent young man attempting to act the part of the Good Samaritan. […]

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Site C Dam: The Curse of a Pristine Environment!

Reality: The government of British Columbia had a golden opportunity to STOP the Site C Dam, but they failed. Lame excuses were all that were offered. And once again, it is all about money and the bottom line. Actually, isn’t it about multi billion-dollar government contracts, subcontracts, buddies, under-the-table deals, and greed? It is hard […]

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Finally! Grizzly Bear Trophy Hunting Banned in British Columbia!

New Law: According to Global News Radio, on average, 250 Grizzly bears are killed by hunters every year in BC. On December 18th, 2017, the ruling New Democratic Party (NDP) for British Columbia formally banned all hunting of the majestic Grizzly Bear except for hunting practised by First Nations people, who retain this right for ceremonial […]

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Is Wildlife Trade A Criminal Act That Needs Stopping?

Not every wildlife trade is illegal, but there is no doubt that the illegal wildlife trade is on the rise worldwide. It is a serious problem even within Canada through the export and import of prohibited species. Illegal wildlife trade is growing at a rate of 8% a year worldwide. It is a multibillion-dollar business […]

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Born and raised in Mexico City (D.F.) from 1958 to 1987, Rafael studied his undergraduate degree in Economics in Mexico City, followed by a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) in a joint program between Notre Dame University (USA) and the London Graduate School of Business (England).