Name Jen Fisher-Bradley
Riding Kelowna-Lake Country

Recent posts

  • #internationaltrade I guess I’m an awful lot more cynical than most of you. I feel the whole matter of control of our resources is well and truly out of our hands. China isn’t rising, my friends, China has risen, and the sun will not set on her for some time to come. Get in front of her and you will be crushed. I feel that is what the real…[Read more]

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    • Wow!!! I’m impressed by your obviously well informed thoughtful comments Jen!

      What do you personally think of initiatives such as CalgaryDollars.ca/ to stimulate local economies?

      Do you think it may be possible to combine organized barter, local currencies with documentary, reality and semi-reality film production in order to stimulate…[Read more]

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    • Jen, do you think that the threat of rising ocean level could be used to help Canada and China come up to a whole new level of cooperation in the Middle East?

      The City of Shanghai is vulnerable to rising ocean levels?

      https://www.facebook.com/events/408848322534135/?ref=22

      Martha Visits Antigonish, NS
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      This fits perfectly into my schedule…[Read more]

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  • #leadershiprace
    With paradigm shift we need thinkers who are willing to challenge status quo. That was PE Trudeau’s legacy. He caught that wave, opposed the war in Viet Nam and gave amnesty to draft dodgers. Wage and price control to manage inflation, a market reality at the time, and the energy program were not so popular but the Local…[Read more]

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    • Well said Jen!

      I personally believe that the situation faced by the owners of 143,000 acres of farmland taken back from the Bay of Fundy by dikes has the potential to alter our view of climate change. In my part of Nova SCotia the difference between low tide and high tide is only about one meter. Along parts of the Bay of Fundy, it is over 15…[Read more]

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  • #cannabis

    I scrolled to the bottom of this thread and noticed there is not one female voice on it. Yet legalizing cannabis is a women’s issue. When cannabis is made legal in Canada, 50% of organized crime’s revenue will be eliminated, instantly. Since policing, and prosecuting tend to be high social expenditures it makes sense to REMOVE that…[Read more]

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    • If you look at this whole site there are only a handful of women on it. The cannabis topic is all over the place (we Liberals–okay, me–are notoriously bad at following rules like hashtagging our comments) but I absolutely agree with what you say here. And have, elsewhere, except for the local communities bit, but I think, say, 5% to community…[Read more]

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