Canada

Canada’s first inhabitants were the native peoples, who crossed from Siberia to Alaska and migrated eastward across the continent. The first Europeans to arrive were Vikings from Scandinavia, who came to the eastern shores of the country approximately one thousand years ago. The explorer John Cabot claimed Newfoundland for the king of England in 1497. In 1534, Jacques Cartier claimed another part of the land for the king of France. The colony was called New France and was filled with missionaries, fur traders and farmers. In 1759, British troops defeated French troops in the battle for control of New France. British North America became the Dominion of Canada on July 1st, 1867, with four provinces joining to form the new union. Over the years, the country grew to include ten provinces and three territories. Canada remains part of the British Commonwealth of nations, and as such is a fulfillment of prophecy (see GENESIS 35:11). The British and French contingents of Canada are both descended from the tribes of Israel (see Christian History of Britain and Christian History of France).

The founders built Canada on the Word of God, as can be seen in many examples. The name “Dominion of Canada”, the motto of Canada, “He shall have dominion from sea to sea” and the phrase on Canada’s coat of arms “A mari usque ad mare” (Latin for: From sea to sea”) are taken from PSALM 72:8.

Chronology of Events Related to Canada below:

Study: Canadian Liberals Are Having Fewer Male Babies because they are Too Traumatised about Donald Trump Becoming the US President

Study: Canadian Liberals Are Having Fewer Male Babies because they are Too Traumatised about Donald Trump Becoming the US President

That’s right, Orange man is so bad it caused NPC babies to come out all girly. The study, published in the scientific journal BMJ Open, claims that Trump’s election can be associated with a temporary shift in the sex ratio of newborn babies, but only in politically liberal areas, and not in conservative territories. The author of the study Ravi Retnakaran told Wired that he got the idea for the test from reading ...
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Heartbroken Dad Of Trans Teen Breaks Gag To Beg For End Of ‘State-Sponsored Child Abuse’

Heartbroken Dad Of Trans Teen Breaks Gag To Beg For End Of ‘State-Sponsored Child Abuse’

For the past 11 months, Robert Hoogland, a father in Surrey, British Columbia, has been forced to watch as his 14 year-old daughter was “destroyed and sterilized” by court-ordered testosterone injections. After losing his legal appeal to stop the process in January, Rob (previously anonymized as “Clark” or “CD”) is making a desperate attempt to bring his case into the courts of public opinion, even though it breaks ...
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HIDDEN CAMERA: Police Interrogate Ezra Levant about his Justin Trudeau Book

HIDDEN CAMERA: Police Interrogate Ezra Levant about his Justin Trudeau Book

Ezra Levant wrote a best-selling book, “The Libranos: What the media won’t tell you about Justin Trudeau’s corruption,” about Justin Trudeau in the last election. After the election, he received a letter by registered mail notifying him that he was being investigated for that book. Trudeau’s elections commissioner claimed it was an illegal campaign activity and demanded that he submit to an interrogation. So he went ...
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Children who Drank Whole Milk had Lower Risk of Being Overweight or Obese

Children who Drank Whole Milk had Lower Risk of Being Overweight or Obese

Review analyzing almost 21,000 children suggests children who drank whole milk were less likely to be overweight or obese. A systematic review and meta-analysis led by St. Michael's Hospital of Unity Health Toronto found children who drank whole milk had 40 per cent lower odds of being overweight or obese compared with children who consumed reduced-fat milk. The research, published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, ...
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“Monstrous”: Canadian Police Prepared to Shoot Indigenous Land Defenders, Documents Show

“Monstrous”: Canadian Police Prepared to Shoot Indigenous Land Defenders, Documents Show

In an exclusive report Friday that outraged human rights advocates worldwide, The Guardian revealed that Canadian police wanted snipers on standby for a January 2019 crackdown on Indigenous land defenders who were blocking construction of a natural gas pipeline through unceded Wet’suwet’en territory. The Guardian reported on official records—documents as well as audio and video content—reviewed by the newspaper related to the police “invasion” that led ...
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