By the Canadian Encyclopedia: “Responsible government refers to the government that is responsible to the people. In Canada, responsible government is an executive Cabinet that depends on the support of an elected assembly, rather than a monarch or their representatives. A responsible government first appeared in Canada in the 1830s. It became an important part of. It is the method by which Canada achieved independence from Britain without revolution.”
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The definition above explains everything: “ In Canada, responsible government is an executive Cabinet that depends on the support of an elected assembly,” and is pretty easy, if you can buy or trade support for something else. Nothing is for free, especially in politics! Or as Trudeau says in an announcement after NDP agreed to support his cabinet until 2025, the deal – which he termed a “supply and confidence” agreement – begins today and will continue through the end of Canada’s current parliament in 2025.
What does responsible government look like for the common Canadian people? Well, much different than for “elected officials.” In May 1st 2020, Trudeau without any discussion banned 1500 types of firearms from night to morning. Later, under the “pandemic” excuse forced mandatory vaccination with “vaccines” that are still under clinical trials to some federal employees’, created lockdowns, travel banned, restrictions, etc. Two years of Covid tyranny, which graduated on February 14th, after Trudeau invoked the Emergencies Act and broke down protests in Ottawa, freezing the bank accounts of Canadians and arrested leaders of “Convoy for Freedom 2022”.
What responsible government looks like on numbers? Since 2015, when Trudeau became Prime minister, always in a minority government, the debt of Canada has been constantly growing from 628,91 CAD billion in 2015 to 721,36 CAD billion in 2020 and skyrocketing after that to 1048,746 CAD billion in 2021, with a prediction passing 1,4 CAD trillion in 2026. Massive projected deficits are dropping substantially from tabled fiscal 2021-2022 budget targets and setting the stage for stronger finances going forward. For instance, Ontario’s fiscal 2021-2022 deficit of 21.5 CAD billion is down 35%, while Quebec’s 5.6 CAD billion deficit is down 39%. Deficit declines are much larger in the west with British Columbia’s 1.7 CAD billion deficit 82% lower and Alberta’s 5.8 CAD billion deficit 68% lower. That debt will be paid in the form of the highest taxes by generations of Canadians.
The responsible government also takes care of the healthy and sustainable environment, as officials always repeat. Provincial governments across Canada every year spray Canadian forests with herbicides, mostly glyphosate, that are likely to pose a carcinogenic risk. In B.C. government sprayed over 37,000 acres per year. B.C. government agency under the five-year Pest Managements Plan, plans widespread herbicides over B.C. forests, including areas Squamish and Hope. The plan took effect on April 1st, 2022. That spraying is killing most of the leafy vegetation, including tree species that hold the water as poplar or birch trees, which increases the risk of wildfires. Other effects are reduced food and habitat for wildlife, creating Amphibian and Aquatic toxicity, and destroying environmental persistence.
The governments across Canada don’t respect human rights and freedom, ignoring economical principles and killing the Canadian healthy environment. The country has only two real values, the land, and the people. Canadian governments are destroying both.