The government brought in its new Phoenix pay system in February and since then, workers from several federal departments across the country have complained about their pay cheques being wrong, late or that they haven’t been paid at all.
The Americans do not have permission from the Syrians to enter Syrian territory.
Washington and Moscow had established the hotline as part of a so-called “Safety of Flight Memorandum of Understanding” that the two governments signed in October specifically in order to avoid the kind of aerial confrontation that occurred over Syria last week.
With the American jets flying close enough to visually identify the Su-34s, the Russians departed the air space over At Tanf. Some time shortly thereafter, the F/A-18s ran low on fuel and left the area in order to link up with an aerial tanker. That’s when the Su-34s reportedly returned to At Tanf —and bombed the rebels again.
The CBC opens a baloney-article with something that belongs in a sci-fi movie script:
U.S. defence giant Lockheed Martin is warning Canada that $825 million in aerospace industrial contracts signed with Canadian companies to build and equip F-35 jets would be moved to other partner nations if the Trudeau government decides to buy a different fighter jet.
Baloney Meter: Is there a capability gap when it comes to fighter jets?
ANSWER: Wrong question.
Maybe Canadians should consider re-negotiating “aerospace” contracts.
I have my own question:
Are little Canadians supposed to be afraid of a US “aerospace” giant? or am I missing part of the script?
“It’s not really a threat,” Over said in an interview with CBC News. “I don’t want it perceived as a threat, but we will have no choice, if Canada walks away from F-35, except to relocate work in Canada to other purchasing nations.”
Why the wait? Go manufacture the widgets elsewhere and then go find a buyer.
The new and growing trend of Tories encouraging Canadians to accept “carbon” credit scams is disturbing.
“We suggest to the US… starting on May 25, joint action of the Russian Air Forces and the US-led coalition forces to plan and conduct strikes against the Al-Nusra Front, which does not support the ceasefire, as well as against convoys of arms and fighters crossing the Syrian-Turkish border,” he said.