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Capital city
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Location North America
Leader Prime Minister of Canada
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Incumbent: Justin Trudeau
Since 4 November 2015
Type nation state
Subgroups Communications Security Establishment
Member of Global Counter Terrorism Forum, NATO, OECD, UKUSA
SubpageCanada/Genocide
If tar sands are counted, Canada possesses the 3rd largest oil reserves of any nation state.

Canada is nation state in North America. It is the world's 4th-largest country by land area.

September 11th, 2001

A survey by polling firm YouGov of the Canadian population revealed 33% in favor of a Parliamentary review of the 9/11 Commission Report, with 26% neither for nor against, and 19% opposed.[1] Notwithstanding this, when such a petition was delivered by ReThink911 Canada, the Canadian government did not address this point, declaring curtly that it would "not tolerate the waste of taxpayer dollars by studying conspiracy theories".[2]

Minerals

Canada has large tar sands, giving it the 3rd largest oil reserves[3]. In 2015, it produced 15% of the world's Uranium.

Canadian Genocide

Full article: Stub class article Canada/Genocide

A little known chapter of Canada's history was exposed by the Rev. Kevin Annett. He estimates that a systematic campaign of genocide, involving child abuse, deliberate infection with smallpox or TB, sterilisation and murder claimed the lives of over 50,000 native Canadians.

Law

Prison population

25% of Canada's prison population is indigenous Canadians, an ethnic group which makes up around 2% of the Nation's population.

Cannabis Legalisation

Cannabis became legal in Canada in October 2017, although still subject to some legal restrictions.[4]

Passport industry

Nuri Katz, founder of Apex Capital Partners terms Canada "the grandfather of the industry" of cash for passports, using the fact that Canadian passports offer visa-free access to more than 100 countries, including the European Union.[5]

 

Events carried out

EventDateLocationDescription
2011 Attacks on Libya15 February 2011 - 23 October 2011LibyaA premeditated act of aggression that was carried out under a pretext of "humanitarian intervention".
Manhattan Project1942 - 1946
 

Events

EventDate
Bilderberg/196121 April 1961 - 23 April 1961
Bilderberg/196826 April 1968 - 28 April 1968
Bilderberg/198313 May 1983 - 15 May 1983
Bilderberg/199630 May 1996 - 2 June 1996
Bilderberg/20068 June 2006 - 11 June 2006
TWA Croatian Hijacking10 September 1976
 

Groups Headquartered Here

A Group Headquartered HereDate
Bank of Canada
Barrick Gold
Canada-Israel Committee- 2011
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
Communications Security Establishment
The North-South Institute1976 - Present
Toronto-Dominion Bank1 February 1955 - Present
 

Citizens of Canada on Wikispooks

TitleBornDiedDescription
John Adams31 May 1942
Richard Alway
Dominique Anglade31 January 1974
Israel Asper11 August 19327 October 2003
Lloyd Axworthy21 December 1939
Tom Axworthy
James Bacque19 May 1929
Eva Bartlett
Isabel Bassett23 August 1939
John Bassett25 August 191527 April 1998
John Bell1 July 1952
Saul Bellow10 June 19155 April 2005
Lise Bissonette
Christopher BlackAn international criminal and human rights lawyer with advocate experience at both the ICIY and the ICTR
Conrad Black25 August 1944Fraudlulent Bilderberg steering committee member
Louis M. Bloomfield8 August 190619 July 1984
Robert Bourassa14 July 19332 October 1996
Ian Brodie25 July 1967
Fraser Bruce
Gerald Bull9 March 192822 March 1990A Canadian engineer and developer of long-range artillery. Best known for his involvement in the Iraq 'supergun' project.
Derek Burney
Gordon Campbell12 January 1948Bilderberger
Mark Carney16 March 1965
Joseph Caron
William Guy Carr
John A.D. de Chastelain30 July 1937
Michel Chossudovsky1946
Raymond Chretien20 May 1942
Jean Chrétien11 January 1934
Edmund Clark10 October 1947
Tony Comper
W. Harriet Critchley
Lauchlin Currie8 October 190223 December 1993
Jacques Demers25 August 1944
Paul Desmarais4 January 19278 October 2013
William Dimma13 August 1928
Stephane Dion
Cory Doctorow17 July 1971
James S. Duncan
Clarence Dunlap1 January 190820 October 2003
Pierre Dupuy
Fredrik Eaton26 June 1938
Murray Edwards10 December 1959Tar sands billionaire
Marcel Faribault8 October 190826 May 1972
Anthony Fell
Brian Ferguson
Gerard Filion18 August 190926 March 2005
Eric Findley1950
Donald Fleming23 May 190531 December 1986
A. L. Flood
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