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Everything you need to know about the 2021 Leaders' debate

    Coming up on the 27th is the 2021 Leaders' Debate for this Snap Election, and this article is everything you need to know to be prepared for it. Beginning it's most important to know who's participating in it. Parties: Conservatives:     The Conservative Party, also known as the Tories, was the first party founded in the Dominion, it currently forms government, and their platform is pretty self explanatory. The Tories are big tent Conservative, they are Social and Economic Conservatives and they so far have appeared to garner the most amount of support in the election, having the single highest Party membership with a total of 10 Party Members. Labour:     The Labours, founded second, the second largest party, they are Anti-Corporate Socialists who want to help regulate West Canada and ensure that Workers' Rights are secured in the Dominion. Labour has 4 Party Members, making them so far a solid Opposition against the Tories. Labour has significant room for growth a

National Indigenous Peoples Day: Ice Castle

     It is unsurprising to find it cumbersome skimming through lines of resolute words affirming freedom or emancipation from judgement through living with your own culture shamelessly. This value is highly visible in bulletin boards, bickering news channels, the sixteenth page of your passport, and Charlotte’s Web. Albeit this respectable regard in spontaneity, it cannot be further stressed that words, especially these, almost always remain as words on paper. Read and forgotten. At the outset of Canada and West Canada, conflict was inevitable. There was hunger for territory and power. For what reason? Influence and comfort. Some would even say it was only for the better good as if there is a superior tradition. With all that said, stating liberation as an abstract for dominance is not enough. Case in point, Louis Riel, a household name for us Canadians, led a difficult life at the helm of the M├ętis. It has been classically considered as fine nature to be capable in spotting and acknow

Runaway Cow in Shawsburg County returned Home safe

     Earlier today around 10 AM MST a cow had escaped from Lenz Farm, a ranch located nearby Coalhurst in Shawsburg County. After breaking out of its pen at the Lenz Farm the cow followed the Alberta 25 for roughly a kilometre until it reached the rail and decided to follow that instead. The cow followed the rail line for an additional 3 kilometres before it reached the outskirts of Coalhurst.      Several good samaritans attempted to intercept the bovine after it had been spotted, but it avoided them and escaped further. These Samaritans searched Miner’s Park for the cow, but could not locate the animal. The search party then returned home, thinking that they had lost track of the cow. However, they spotted it in a citizen’s yard, and some members of the search party went up the Kipp Highway to catch the cow on the other side. A standoff with the cow ensued while the party called for assistance and got into contact with the owner of the bovine. The route the cow was believed to have t

Vancouver Island Situation Resolved: False Dominion Finally Relents

     Last night at 9:54 PM the "Dominion of Vancouver Island" twitter account released the following announcement:     This announcement came as no surprise to those who had been following the situation involving the West Canada defence of the Vancouver Island Province. The false Dominion had asserted for a long time their legitimacy, throughout constant instability, mergers, and dissolutions, however this one is bound to be the last. Following the announcement the Dominion of Vancouver Island twitter account also deleted several tweets which paint their character for what it truly is.     Several theories have arose regarding the "new state" mentioned in the post, with some being a revival of the Vancouver Island Soviet Socialist Republic, or perhaps another try at one of the many other micronations founded by Dustin Carlson, the "Governor General" of Vancouver Island. Time will have to tell in which direction they go from here, but no doubt it will be ri

Government calls snap-election: Implication for Parliament

     Following the last Parliamentary meeting, the Prime Minister and Cabinet made the decision to finalize and expand the existing ridings, thus adding more seats to the Commons and gaining more representation for Western Canadians. Once the drawing of borders concluded the Prime Minister approached the Governor-General and a snap-election was called.      This snap-election is big for Parliament. Alongside the major implications of more representation and greater engagement in West Canadian politics, this also may entail a major seat lead for the Tory government, considering membership sizes alone.     In preparation for the election the Government and ruling party has attempted to ramp up party recruitment by a large margin, and try to gain more citizens to represent the ridings. There's still a bit of time until the snap-election begins, and so the next steps for the parties are big ones.