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4,038.  The Montreal Ice Storm exposed our society’s Achilles heel.  Our reliance on near-perfect conditions.  (Earth & Canada & Ice)  Tony Robinson, Catastrophe V: Survival Earth

 

 

17,076.  One man masterminds the largest gold nugget scam in history.  He outwitted scientists, analysts and the world’s leading investors.  He turned a penny stock into a billion dollar scam and made himself millions.  (Gangstas & Gold & Indonesia & Canada)  Masterminds: Fool’s Gold

 

17,077.  Back in Indonesia the prospector kept uncovering more and more gold.  (Gangstas & Gold & Indonesia & Canada)  ibid.

 

17,078.  There was no gold.  Not one ounce.  (Gangstas & Gold & Indonesia & Canada)  ibid.

 

17,079.  He declares that Bre-X has the largest gold deposit in the world.  Having built Bre-X into a company worth $6,000,000,000 and with its stock price at nearly $300 a share it’s time for de Guzman to start cashing in.  (Gangstas & Gold & Indonesia & Canada)  ibid.

 

17,080.  What he doesn’t know is the Indonesian government is about to make a move to reveal his scam.  (Gangstas & Gold & Indonesia & Canada)  ibid.

 

17,081.  Not one investor has ever been compensated.  (Gangstas & Gold & Indonesia & Canada)  ibid.

 

 

17,472.  A seemingly laid back idyll.  Vancouver’s port and docks mean it’s perfectly positioned as headquarters for an illegal drug industry.  And where there are drugs there are gangs.  (Gangstas & Canada)  Middle Class Gangsters

 

17,473.  Police say there are more than 130 organised crime groups in British Columbia.  (Gangstas & Canada)  ibid.

 

17,474.  The Vancouver area is perfect for the export of marijuana, and the import of guns and cocaine.  (Gangstas & Canada)  ibid.

 

17,475.  Canada’s history has seen spikes in gang warfare.  (Gangstas & Canada)  ibid.

 

17,476.  The UN gang was proudly multicultural.  (Gangstas & Canada)  ibid.

 

17,477.  Probably the most violent of the middle class gangs is the Red Scorpions.  (Gangstas & Canada)  ibid.

 

17,478.  The most brutal massacre in British Columbia’s history - known as the Surrey 6.  (Gangstas & Canada)  ibid.

 

 

17,533.  He made millions of dollars stealing high-end luxury cars.  The techniques he used made the thefts virtually untraceable.  (Gangstas & Cars & Canada)  Masterminds: The King of Car Thieves

 

17,534.  In the early nineties thefts of high-end vehicles reached epidemic proportions.  (Gangstas & Cars & Canada)  ibid.

 

17,535.  But in spite of these measures in the late 1990s one person found a way to steal hundreds of high-end cars off the streets of Toronto, Canada.  (Gangstas & Cars & Canada)  ibid.

 

17,536.  But in Bill Dhaliwal’s shop there’s a lot more going on than car repairs.  (Gangstas & Cars & Canada)  ibid.

 

17,537.  Dhaliwal’s army of young thieves spreads out across the city.  (Gangstas & Cars & Canada)  ibid.

 

17,538.  He is selling cars at a rate of six per week, and making $150,000.  (Gangstas & Cars & Canada)  ibid.

 

17,539.  In May of 1999 Dhaliwal is nabbed for possession of a stolen car and sentenced to six months behind bars.  (Gangstas & Cars & Canada)  ibid.

 

17,540.  The police have had enough of Dhaliwal; they decide to bring him down.  Now they must find a way to infiltrate the organisation.  (Gangstas & Cars & Canada)  ibid.

 

 

28,414.  Even if the Polynesians didn’t find North America in 1000 A.D. someone else did: a settlement in Newfoundland proves that’s when the Vikings made it to Canada.  But did they reach the United States?  (United States & Canada & Viking)  Who Really Discovered America?

 

28,415.  Scandinavia 1000 A.D.  Still 492 years before Columbus: Viking voyagers from Scandinavia were exploring the north Atlantic, and it was only a matter of time before one of them sailed to North America.  (United States & Canada & Viking)  ibid.

 

 

30,353.  Victory in Quebec and then Montreal totally transformed the British empire in north America.  (Great Britain & England & Empire UK & Canada)  Simon Schama, A History of Britain: The Wrong Empire

 

 

121,913.  So Thomas Peters and thousands of other fearful, hopeful, men, women and children came to the New York dockside, desperate for passage to land and freedom on the last British sailings.  And where was this promised land?  About as far away from the southern plantations as you could possibly get, on the wind-whipped eastern edge of Canada – Nova Scotia.  (United States of America & Slavery & Black History & Canada & Nova Scotia)  Simon Schama’s Rough Crossings, BBC 2018

 

 

48,408.  The energy that fuels modern society is oil.  And that too is running out.  Every barrel of crude oil is getting harder and more expensive to find.  Vast swathes of Canadian wilderness are being scraped away to access one of the planet’s last great oil reserves.  But extracting raw fuel from oil-soaked tar sands requires intensive amounts of energy and water.  Two things that are already in short supply.  (Oil & Canada)  Doomsday 2010 

 

 

66,054.  Stop the SPP Rally Toronto, Canada 16th February 2008.  (Canada & Protest & Activism)  PSTV.tv – The Nations Deathbed

 

66,055.  Social networking sites like Facebook, MySpace and MeetUp have become a central tool for activists.  (Canada & Protest & Activism)  ibid.

 

66,066.  This first line of riot cops they didn’t have any gas masks ... most of them had a white patch on their shoulder ... stood there I would say for about an hour and a half to two hours ... A shift change ... These guys had a red patch on the shoulder ... The third shift change of riot police ... The intimidate factor has been stepped up by police.  (Canada & Protest & Activism)  ibid.  

 

 

66,067.  In Alberta, if you are released from prison, it is required that you are given a handgun with bullets and a horse so you can ride out of town.  Ripleys Believe It Or Not! 2006

 

 

66,068.  These two nations have been at war over a few acres of snow near Canada, and ... they are spending on this fine struggle more than Canada itself is worth.  Voltaire, Candide

 

 

66,069.  If some countries have too much history, we have too much geography.  William Lyon MacKenzie King, speech 18th June 1936

 

 

66,070.  Not necessarily conscription, but conscription if necessary.  William Lyon MacKenzie King, speech 7th July 1942

 

 

66,071.  The nineteenth century was the century of the United States.  I think we can claim that it is Canada that shall fill the twentieth century.  Wilfrid Laurier, speech 18th January 1904

 

 

66,072.  This is the story of Canada going to war by incremental steps without every fully realising it.  Janice Gross Stein, co-author Path to War

 

 

66,073.  I expected to find a contest between a government and a people: I found two nations warring the bosom of a single state.  John George Lambton 1792-1840, Report of the Affairs of a British North America 1839

 

 

66,074.  Canada dug itself gradually deeper and deeper into the war in Afghanistan.  It was a serious of ad-hoc decisions largely that were taken at particular points in time ... This is terra nova for Canada.  Eugene Lang, former Chief of Staff, Jean Cretien Stein, co-author The Path to War, 2008

 

 

66,075.  I see Canada as a country torn between a very northern, rather extraordinary, mystical spirit which it fears and its desire to present itself to the world as a Scotch banker.  Robertson Davies 1913-95, Canadian novelist

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