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    Alberta flooding - Calgary

    Woh ! looks like Alberta is really getting in deep with this flooding.

    http://www.cbc.ca/news/interactives/map-calgary-floods/


    "At one point, water in the Saddledome arena, home of the Calgary Flames, was reported to have risen up to the 10th row of seats, causing millions of dollars in damage.."


    Remember those numbers ?

    The survey found 44 per cent of Quebec respondents, 34 per cent of Atlantic Canadian respondents and 32 per cent of those surveyed in British Columbia are likely to believe climate change is occurring due to human activity.

    Alberta and Saskatchewan came in at 21 per cent while Manitoba was at 24 per cent.

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    The water level at the Saddle Dome is now at the 14th row. It is not million of dollars damage but hundreds of millions. The rail transit is down, downtown is shut down for next week, the Calgary Stampede may not go this year, 75,000 are out of their houses. And yes climate change is caused by a small portion by human activity, humans have to evolve and that takes energy to be made and there will always be emissions. Is it possible to get a link to there numbers you quote? I am following this closely in the news and the only rude and disrespectful comments are from a tiny group of separatists in Quebec.
    I do not think outside the box, I do not think inside the box, I do not even know where the box is.

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    Numbers ? uh ?
    Oh yes ! I understand. Are you still looking to find numbers on how important human activity has been on climate changes ?

    BTW you're not following it that closely cuze some of my bros in Northern Alberta are way more rude then any separatist sissy !

    Did I read this properly now ? Alberta is seriously asking for the Red Cross help ?

    The province that was going to say f*ck off to Canada in order not to pay their share for this confederation after the hundred of years the central provinces paid for them ?

    The province who was making billions and was able to pay it's debt while making fun of Quebec and Ontario by destroying so much land it has become the worst environmental calamity from humans activity ?

    They are now asking for help ?

    Ca prend du culot en tab... pour agir comme des BS pendant des siecles et reussir a fouerrer meme avec autant d'argent pour replonger en deficit et demander de l'aide encore une fois !

    A cat is a cat !

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    Try and get it right. The numbers I was asking about was from this make believe survey you pulled out of your ass. Alberta was pissed because the Liberals wanted to propose a huge carbon tax to transfer money to Ontario and Quebec. Before that Trudeau screwed us with the National Energy Program which still leaves a bad taste in our mouth. After a while we got tired of getting fucked up the ass by the Liberals, every time the Quebec government started to cry the Liberals threw money at them and took from Alberta which at first we did not care but always wanting more year after year so yes there was a fuck you if Quebec threatens all the time to separate so will we ( What, not good if someone else is asking for the same ). Another wrong statement from you " Alberta became the worst environmental calamity from human activity ". What do you watch teletoon? You seen the pollution from Detroit? China? Canada produces 5% of the world pollution and Alberta produces 20% of the 5%. It is a major catastrophe that is happening in southern Alberta and the only foul comments on the internet are from Quebeckers. I can just imagine the hand lotion being sold to all the separatists as they are so fucking happy they are masturbating over their usual limit. Alberta has its faults but before you shit on someone make sure you own house is clean and for sure it is not. The ice storm was pretty bad here and to my knowledge a lot of help and money came from Canada but that does not matter does it. Alberta has done more help to Quebec than harm and now even the PQ wants to reverse a major pipeline so Alberta can send product for the refining stations in Quebec and the east coast and they can save millions over the cost of buying Saudi oil. A huge majority of the people I have met here are great and then there is some real dick and I think what the fuck is his problem.
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    I understand the difference of opinions, I understand both sides of the fence.

    However, I pray everything will go alright for Calgary, it just sucks for them... I am sure the city will get back on its feet, I sincerely hope so...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sol Tee Nutz View Post
    Try and get it right.
    Bla bla bla ! you just said it ! Alberta was and is pissed !

    And all this make believe that separatists are only in Quebec and that only Quebec is always responsible for all the sh!t in Canada and yet you just gave the right answer to it ! If Quebec wants to opt out than Alberta is entitled to.

    See ? looks like both Alberta and Quebec has a good reason to hate federalists in Ottawa who always tried to screw everyone !

    Problem is always the same response we hear all the times : the only foul comments comes from Quebec.

    See this is what I call whinning and ready for your next Sponge Bob episode !
    On Teletoon that is !

    The fact remains that for a while Alberta was boasting to be the richest 'province' and didn't need Canada yet, they are back at making deficits.
    Simply because they don't know how to manage the land !

    As for the survey you can try Google and wiki where you will stumble one day maybe on this map !
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Crimapo.png
    It should help educate people around you !

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    Quebec propaganda. Alberta's deficit is 2 to 3 billion, smaller that the 6 billion they pay out in transfer payments. They need to build more schools, hospitals, infrastructure to support all the other people ( Quebeckers also ) that are moving there. All costs billions of dollars, Quebec does not have that problem as there is a loss of people every year. The big problem Quebec has now is the elderly, by 2030 or something close to there the over 65 group will increase by 50% and the workforce will decrease by 20% unless things change with the political system here. To appease the separatists it would be nice to portion off a part of Quebec because you would not really need that much land as there are not many of you and let you have your Valhalla.
    I checked out your link and nothing to do with the % of Albertans who think climate change is due to humans which was my question, you searched for your false fact and decided to put up something about native areas, nice smoke and mirrors did not work though. More useless info from you. And for the " Only foul comments from Quebec " A fact is a fact, check the news on the Alberta floods and only ( separatist ) Quebeckers are making bad comments. Kind of sucks always trying to be thought of as special and no one listens. Again, I like this province except for the very small group of dicks who think they need special treatment over everyone else. This could be a great province it you got a proper government that was in line with the rest of Canada and if you really hate it here that much you could always leave and try and find a country that suits you better. I know if I was living in a place I despised so much I would not stay for very long. That's right, there is not much better out there, we live in a great country.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sol Tee Nutz View Post
    This could be a great province it you got a proper government that was in line with the rest of Canada and if you really hate it here that much you could always leave and try and find a country that suits you better. I know if I was living in a place I despised so much I would not stay for very long. That's right, there is not much better out there, we live in a great country.
    -Any suggestion in terms of proper governemnt and what do you mean by that? We had Charest for 3 terms just to be referred as the most corrupted Province of this wide country.
    -If you don't like what is going on in your land, you can leave but you can also fight and change your land, especially if your land has been officially declared a distinct society and even more if your ancestors are officially considered the founders of this land.
    -Yes we live in a Great Country, so make sure to respect all its members because nothing never in this huge land has to be taken for granted by no one, no matter how rich and how fortunate he is at the present time...Bonne St-Jean Baptiste, by the way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sol Tee Nutz View Post
    Quebec propaganda....I checked out your link and nothing to do with the % of Albertans who think climate change is due to humans which was my question, you searched for your false fact...
    Here... let me pull this one out of my ass (as you say)...

    Does the name Insightrix mean anything to you ?
    It's even located in Saskatoon (not teletoon sorry).

    As for Quebec's propaganda.. ...try the National Post, CBC, Science daily, STATcan, IPAC CO2, ... or call me maybe ?
    Ever been to Mission B.C. ?

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    My heart goes out to everyone who was impacted by the floods and the aftermath! I wish you all a speedy recovery.

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