“Every government is run by liars and nothing they say should be believed.” -- I.F. Stone

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Global News is saying its a good thing Massive wildfires in Alberta are coughing up clouds of smoke that are obscuring the sky and hazardous to health. However, there’s so much smoke that wildfires are being shaded from the sun and daytime temperature highs in some areas are cooler than forecast, leading to reduced fire activity.

A prominent Christian author in Canada has gone public after being bullied by medical professionals for refusing to allow them to euthanize her because she suffers from cerebral palsy.

In 2019, an Alberta nurse reportedly tried to pressure Heather Hancock into signing up for euthanasia through the Canadian government’s Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD) program.

However, when 56-year-old Hancock refused to allow doctors to end her life, the nurse blasted her for being “selfish.”

The Prime Minister is getting mocked online after social media users learned his final speech at the NATO summit in Washington was given to an empty room. 

Trudeau stood alongside Defence Minister Bill Blair, and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Melanie Joly, in front of what appears to be forty empty chairs.

World leaders spend recklessly with no regard for the overall economy. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has fallen out of favor for one primary reason – the cost of living is too high. Canada is deeply indebted, and now ranks the third-highest nation in household debt in the world.

On June 19, I interviewed Roger Foley – a Canadian with disabilities – on my LifeSiteNews podcast on his ugly experience with Canada’s euthanasia regime. Time and again, he told me, he has been proactively offered euthanasia, even after he confessed to feeling suicidal ideation. At his most vulnerable, he was not offered the help he has been asking for – and is fighting for in court – but rather, a lethal injection.  

He is not the only one. 

Unemployment in Canada ticked up by 0.2% in June to 6.4%, yet the economy lost 1,400 jobs. Around 1.4 million Canadians were looking for work as of June 2024, a 42,000 person increase from May. Overall employment has fallen in eight of the past nine months to 61.1% in June. So where are all the jobs? Canada’s population surpassed 41 million, marking an all-time high. Canada’s population has surpassed 41 million, but it is not due to new births. Statistics Canada declared that the population rose 0.6% or 242,673 people since last quarter, standing at 41,012.563 as of April 2024.

Canadians are now taking the unprecedented steps of hiring people to protect vulnerable hospital patients from being euthanized by government doctors.

As Slay News has reported, Canada’s Liberal government is increasingly pushing to euthanize citizens who are considered a burden on the state’s taxpayer-funded healthcare system.