Elliot Lake, Ontario
Statistics Canada has released the results from its 2006 census, which outlined the changing populations of various Northern Ontario communities.
North Bay’s population increased by 2.3 per cent from 52,771 to 53,966 since the 2001 census.
Greater Sudbury – 1.7% increase from 155,219 to 157,857
TemiskamingShores – 1% increase from 10,630 to 10,732
Sault Ste. Marie – 0.5 per cent increase from 74,566 to 74,948
Thunder Bay – 109,016 to 109,140 marks a minuscule 0.1 percentage increase.
Kenora‘s population dropped by 4.2% with a now 15,177 compared to 2001’s total of 15,838.
Timmins – 1.6 per cent drop from 43,686 to a current 42,997 in its’ numbers.
ELLIOT LAKE decreased by 3.4 per cent as its’ population dropped from 11,956 to
11,549. Take a short tour around town, and view…
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Ethnic-Europeans, who make up 95% of the smallest continent, are baffled by the sinister anti-White propaganda displayed in commercial advertising. Propaganda promoting mixed-race relationships, particularly white women with black men, has become so general, even the least observant have begun to notice.
Based on small glimpses of marketing sub-culture, one might assume half or more of all relationships involve some sort of race-mixing. The combination of white women with black men is the most common mixed-race couple depicted in race-hate advertising.
If race diversity advertising was truly about appealing to the greatest number of customers or potential customers, it seems an odd strategy to focus so much on one combination, while ignoring so many others. This suggests a sinister and…
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I missed this story about ten days ago, but thanks to reader Joanne for sending it.
It is from Bloomberg, and isn’t a surprise to me. Japan takes virtually no refugees because they see what is happening in Europe and the US, and because they want to maintain their own culture.
So, no surprise that this Asian country doesn’t want to roll out the ‘welcome’ mat either.
They aren’t refugees, they are able-bodied men say locals on tourist-friendly Jeju Island.
‘Fake Refugees Get Out’: How South Koreans Are Channeling Trump
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