Actual problem. Most Canadians would support a law prohibiting the wearing of religious symbols and attributes of clothing for those working in the state and public sector. 47 percent of respondents were in favor. However, the number of dissenters is also quite large – 42 percent. This idea enjoys the greatest support in Quebec, where 66 percent of the respondents favored it. In Ontario, the ban on religious symbolism was supported by 42 percent, against 47 percent.
New fiscal attack.
Under the pretext of climate. After the introduction of the federal carbon tax, the government of Justin Trudeau does not intend to settle for what has been achieved, and is already preparing a new fiscal attack on the Canadians. In the near future, the Canadian Minister of the Environment is about to introduce new clean fuel standard installations. They will not only demand more “clean” fuel from energy producers and importers – meaning a higher percentage of ethanol from biological sources – but also increase in “energy efficiency” and the purchase of so-called clean-energy credits. These multi-year measures will not only lead to a new jump in the cost of energy, but also provoke a further increase in the cost of a wide range of goods and services. Only at the first stage of the implementation of this initiative will gas prices increase by about 5 cents per liter.
State footage RCMP.
Employment Opportunities. The Canadian federal police are about to rethink their approach to combating terrorism, organized crime and financial crime. According to the National Post, the RCMP leadership intends to significantly expand the number of civilian employees who are specialists in various fields, from financial to computer-information. The management of the RCMP hopes that the involvement of civilian specialists for two years will help to increase the efficiency of the service in terms of security and legality. The need to expand RCMP personnel became apparent after a recent report that the federal police did not have money laundering officers in British Columbia, despite the fact that the province is one of the centers of illegal international financial transactions. RCMP has to deal with the ever increasing penetration of foreign criminal structures into Canada, whose activities are becoming increasingly high-tech. Despite the fact that civilian investigators of the RCMP will not carry weapons, they will have to receive serious training in legislation, national security, covert surveillance, and so on.