Thursday, June 20, 2024

Democracy & Government

All of these brave men got together on May 28th to announce they are improving their internal combustion engines. There was not a Net-Zero politician to be seen. Subaru: Atsushi Osaki, Representative Director, President and CEO; Tetsuo Fujinuki, Director, Senior Managing Executive Officer and CTO; Toyota: Koji Sato, President, Member of the Board of Directors and CEO; Hiroki Nakajima, Executive Vice President and CTO; Mazda: Masahiro Moro, Representative Director, President and CEO; Ichiro Hirose, Director, Senior Managing Executive Officer and CTO Photo: Toyota
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Failure to charge

A critical look at Canada’s EV policy by Dan McTeague For years now I’ve been saying that electric vehicles, and EV mandates, are bad for Canada. Back in 2020, when the then-CEO of Toyota, Akio Toyoda, voiced his concerns that

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All of these brave men got together on May 28th to announce they are improving their internal combustion engines. There was not a Net-Zero politician to be seen. Subaru: Atsushi Osaki, Representative Director, President and CEO; Tetsuo Fujinuki, Director, Senior Managing Executive Officer and CTO; Toyota: Koji Sato, President, Member of the Board of Directors and CEO; Hiroki Nakajima, Executive Vice President and CTO; Mazda: Masahiro Moro, Representative Director, President and CEO; Ichiro Hirose, Director, Senior Managing Executive Officer and CTO Photo: Toyota
Canada 2.0Democracy & GovernmentOpinion/Column

TWO breaths of fresh air in one weekend!

Medical doctor, auto builders offer truth on COVID, combustion engines Before virtually all mainstream news was obvious propaganda, back when politicians used to spin but not blatantly lie, in the days when you could breathe air without being gaslit, brave

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Joseph Rucci of Conway Litigation presented the firm's overview on the recent Ottawa lawsuit at the May 30 CTA Zoom webinar. Image: CTA
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Conway and legal team on CTA Zoom

“Uber was a bandit Taxi company” and “Ottawa was negligent” groundbreaking statements Tom Conway made two key points in his opening remarks on the May 30 CTA Zoom webinar. He and his legal team took two hours to explain the

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Rita Smith has contacted the McDonald-Laurier Institute in order to sign the Ottawa Declaration on Journalism on behalf of Taxi News and Road Warrior News. Image: MLI
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The Ottawa Declaration on Canadian Journalism

Taxi News, Road Warrior News will never accept government subsidies On May 30, 2024, the Macdonald-Laurier Institute (MLI) unveiled The Ottawa Declaration, a public call by some of Canada’s leading independent news and current affairs outlets for the media industry

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Conway Litigation is the law firm responsible for the Taxi industry victory in the Metro Taxi vs City of Ottawa lawsuit in the decision released May 13th. Image: Conway Litigation
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Tom Conway to join May 30 CTA Zoom webinar

Last-minute scheduling change allows Ottawa lead counsel to join Updated May 30th: With information on Tom Conway’s appearance ***** Conway Litigation’s lead counsel Tom Conway is expected to join the CTA Zoom Webinar today. He will bring short remarks. Conway

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Plaintiff and CTA president Marc Andre Way spoke to media on May 13, 2024 after the court decided Ottawa was "negligent' in failing to enforce its own laws against Uber. Photo: Taxi News
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Ottawa-Uber court decision press conference clips

The law in Canada is to be obeyed by everyone, including “Big Tech” firms and municipalities which write laws, said plaintiff Marc Andre Way. He spoke at a May 13th press conference held following Justice Marc Smith’s decision that Ottawa

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