This Week in Canadian Politics 2018-05-27

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen “Canada’s military is considering lifting a longstanding citizenship requirement as a way to boost its numbers. Right now, the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) offers waivers to foreign nationals only in exceptional cases — to individuals on international military exchanges, for example, or to candidates who have specialized skills … Continue reading

This Week in Canadian Politics 2018-05-20

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen “How easy would it be for the Russians to interfere in Canadian elections? It would be very easy. All they’d have to do is follow the path well-heeled United States interests have used to land-lock Alberta’s oil. Vivian Krause has been following the money trail to understand how … Continue reading

Stephen Skyvington on Early Life, Belief, God, New Book, and Trends in Canadian Politics and Religion

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Stephen Skyvington is the President of Politrain, Inc.. Here we talk about early life, belief, God, an upcoming new book, being the President of Politrain, Inc., and more. Scott Douglas Jacobsen: Let us start from the beginning, as I have said in other interviews, like a … Continue reading

Bryan Valentino — Member, Humanist Alliances Philippines, International

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Scott Douglas Jacobsen: What’s your background regarding religion? Bryan Valentino: I was raised as a Catholic and I got introduced to other religions as well so I’m familiar with how most religions work and what they teach here in the Philippines. Jacobsen: What was your first introduction to … Continue reading

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