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    C3 Howitzer Replacement

    If you have fewer guns because they have longer range means it is easier for the enemy to take out those targets. Smaller guns more dispersed means harder target for the enemy. A blended force of 105, 155, various mortars and the potential 120 coming out might be better for the overall...
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    EV's, Gas/Oil, and The Future- another swerve split from- JT Hints Boosting Canada’s Military Spending

    Our refining capacity is pretty decent. We are a net exporter of refined product. The West Coast refining deal is interesting on the agreements made for supply to the Northwest Refineries from Western Oil. Not a bad read if you google search it. We ultimately have to provide a product the...
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    Justin Trudeau hints at boosting Canada’s military spending

    When the Alberta Government discussed autonomy for tax collection, withdrawal from the Canadian Pension Plan, revamp for equalization plan and changes to royalties review. Those in the federal government went on the attack mode not to mention many citizens across the country. Why is that...
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    Justin Trudeau hints at boosting Canada’s military spending

    That is just Royalty payment off Oil and gas revenues. Does not deal with the overall contribution of the Oil and Gas industry, let alone mining, forestry, farming, tech and manufacturing.
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    EV's, Gas/Oil, and The Future- another swerve split from- JT Hints Boosting Canada’s Military Spending

    I just read Ford is scaling down Electric vehicle manufacturing in its Oakville Ont plant in favor of producing more trucks. Possibly a hybrid in the future. But for now in the North American market gas and diesel rules.
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    Justin Trudeau hints at boosting Canada’s military spending

    4 billion ish a year removed from direct resource revenue from Alberta every year. https://www.canadianenergycentre.ca/53-billion-to-ottawa-the-alberta-oil-and-gas-sectors-contribution-to-federal-government-finances-2007-to-2019/ Not a negative at all Yes Alberta does He has tried, but...
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    Justin Trudeau hints at boosting Canada’s military spending

    The heritage fund is doing well and was not pissed away as many think. If you take the time to read the history of it, then the way it works it is very eye opening. Currently it sits just under 23billiion dollars. A few elected officials diverted money from the fund for projects. Which is...
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    Justin Trudeau hints at boosting Canada’s military spending

    The Fraser institute is about as reliable and un biased as Trudeau at a Oil meeting. Alberta is doing pretty strong as far as revenues go. If the rest of Canada (cough cough ont and Que) would stop taking all the money things would be much better
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    EV's, Gas/Oil, and The Future- another swerve split from- JT Hints Boosting Canada’s Military Spending

    This popped up on my news feed, I started laughing. Good for them being prepared
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    EV's, Gas/Oil, and The Future- another swerve split from- JT Hints Boosting Canada’s Military Spending

    You do realize they use coal, natural gas and oil for more then making energy to make electricity and run your vehicle?
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    EV's, Gas/Oil, and The Future- another swerve split from- JT Hints Boosting Canada’s Military Spending

    That electricity is made using the majority coal, natural gas. Which does not meet our standards nor ever will. So they get to pollute using their net zero electric chariot's. Also get to buy cheap fuel on the market to do so. So they will still be reliant on Coal and Natural gas in the future?
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    EV's, Gas/Oil, and The Future- another swerve split from- JT Hints Boosting Canada’s Military Spending

    Electricity is cheap, they don't follow the same rules we do for production, distribution or regulation. Most of what world? India and China seem to have the largest populations and tend to have so much traffic that they have to limit the amount of vehicles on their city roads. Just due to...
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    EV's, Gas/Oil, and The Future- another swerve split from- JT Hints Boosting Canada’s Military Spending

    India is not a developing country, nor is China. They both are increasing their demand for oil, natural gas and coal. Both for power and also manufacturing. Coal cant be that local they import vast quantities from Australia, Canada and the US I did not realize we were discussing cars making...
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    EV's, Gas/Oil, and The Future- another swerve split from- JT Hints Boosting Canada’s Military Spending

    I was under the impression that most international trade is in USD/ gold and other precious metals. Then converted to local currency. I have yet to see any large companies transfer much outside of USD and Euros unless the companied/ country requests it. That has been my experience with things...
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    Soldier Operational Clothing and Equipment Modernization

    Better quality material, better quality sewing and sealing the seams, they paid attention to areas where water comes in. I agree with KevinB the stuff is louder but it works.
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    Soldier Operational Clothing and Equipment Modernization

    I wear the US Army and or British Gore-Tex when out in the bush. It can be a torrential downpour walking trough shrubs and such and I am dry as can be. I use to also wear the same on my motorcycle. even with driving in torrential down pour riding 100-110 ish km/hr. I stayed nice and dry. With...
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    EV's, Gas/Oil, and The Future- another swerve split from- JT Hints Boosting Canada’s Military Spending

    Pre existing Condos will cost lots of money to upgrade their services to provide Charging stations for all or even a small portion of their tenants. That does not include the increased infrastructure of the local power provider. who is going to pay for this? I know the national building code...
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    EV's, Gas/Oil, and The Future- another swerve split from- JT Hints Boosting Canada’s Military Spending

    The same reason why China buys tons of coal from Canada and around the world. They buy coal for manufacturing, not just heating. They will also buy millions of cubic meters of Natural gas. NG is used for more then just making electricity and heat. It is heavily used in making plastics, glycols...
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    Attempted assassination of Donald Trump 13 July 2024

    How do you figure, one innocent dead. One President bleeding and suspect down. Not peaceful at all.
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