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March 28, 2016

the 5 muslim prayer rooms

Muslims pray five times a day according to the requirements of their religion. Students might be in class during a specified time, which results in Muslim prayer in schools. Schools have tried to accommodate their beliefs through different arrangements, such as Muslim prayer rooms.

Here are five public schools or districts attempted to satisfy Muslim prayer requirements without disturbing people of other faiths or interfering with policies regarding religion:

1. Desert View High School in Tucson, Arizona, established a prayer room near its library for several Muslim students in 2014. A scheduled prayer time falls early in the afternoon when those students were still in school.

School administrators allowed the students to pray in the room for about 10 minutes during their lunch period. The Desert View principal notified the Sunnyside Unified School District of the prayer room in an email to Dr. Eugenia Favela, the acting superintendent.

Favela told TV station KVOA she didn't think a public notice on the separate room was necessary. She told the station she had not received direct complaints, but heard about complaints second-hand.

2. Muslims were allowed "prayer accommodations" in 2013 in the public schools of Dearborn, Michigan. The Michigan chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations had negotiated an arrangement with school officials in Dearborn, a suburb of Detroit.

The Dearborn school board implemented a policy that allowed a place for student prayers in all public schools and also permission to leave early on Friday for scheduled prayers, according to The Christian Post. 

3. Christian teachers became upset when Muslim students began praying during class at Parkdale High School in Riverdale, Maryland. It was at time of required prayer.

Principal Cheryl J. Logan told the students that public schools were not allowed to participate in religion practices during class. She came up with the idea of excusing Muslim students for eight minutes each day to pray together on campus, according to The Washington Post.

4. 
At Carver Elementary School in San Diego, administrators allowed Muslims to go on a short break for prayer during one of the scheduled times in 2007. Parents protested the scheduled recess. Although all children were allowed to take breaks at that time, critics charged it was arranged to meet Muslim demands.


So to satisfy all sides, the school rescheduled its lunch period in order to meet the requirements for Muslim prayer and to allow students of any faith to prayer if they choose, according to The Christian Science Monitor. 

5. The city of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada allows prayer rooms for Muslims in public schools, such as Sir Robert Borden High School. The high schools offer available classrooms to Muslim students during their time of prayer. Several high schools offer Friday prayer services for Muslims shortly after noon for their most important prayer, reports the Toronto Sun.

March 27, 2016

Islam is a good thing, not a bad thing.

Islam is coming for you, faggots.

Be afraid, be very afraid. We will take everything and make Europe just like Arab countries. 

Innovation and science are un-Islamic! It is haram! Chemistry, Math and Physics are sorcery and should not be allowed and those who practice it should be put to death according to Shariah . 

We will make the Islamic welfare state the only system in the world. We already control your countries because we have deceived your majority liberal population with our tactic of Taqiyya. Now all that's left is to start undoing everything Europeans innovated over the years.

We will eliminate those who can see what is truly going on, starting with the most enlightened... the ones who follow the religions of Atheism and Stormfrontism. They are a threat to our plans due to superior intellect, but our cyber warriors are on it, tracing each and every IP address of this powerful enemy of Islam.

The only way to save yourself is to give in and make a blood sacrifice in the name of Allah. You may alternatively rape a prepubescent girl or goat (goat not required to be prepubescent).

The choice is yours, oh filthy white pigs...
Takbir! Allahu' akbar!

March 26, 2016

Only Racists Hate Recipes

Richard Olsen · 
There are lots of CDNs on the street who need food and shelter. I don't get it. Is it because the photo ops with the homeless aren't good enough? No awards or international recognition for the political elite from helping our citizens in need?
LikeReply115Dec 14, 2015 10:16pm
Rick MacInnis
The homeless don't vote.
LikeReply64Dec 14, 2015 10:34pm
Alex Droog · 
Rick MacInnis - Good post...
LikeReply22Dec 14, 2015 11:25pm
Ian Fae · 
For $80m they could have built a small town. Actually, there is one in BC near Price Rupert, with all amenities and even 1980's appliances, that they could buy whole for less than that.

See: http://globalnews.ca/.../ghost-town-mysteries-the-30.../
LikeReply19Dec 15, 2015 1:14am
Jimi Boyd
There are shelters and food for every human who lives on the streets in this country ... People who live on the streets suffer from abuse and mental illness not lack of food or shelter.
LikeReply6Dec 15, 2015 7:10am
Victoria Rose
It's estimated that Canada spends $7 BILLION a year on the homeless. No one is forgotten.
LikeReply3Dec 15, 2015 8:42am
Patrick Duffy
Hey Richard Olsen, how concerned with the homeless and hungry were you when Stephen Harper spent a billion dollars on a G20 high rollers party in Toronto? $80M to help out new Canadians feels like a better deal to me.
LikeReply2Dec 15, 2015 9:08am
Justin Lee · 
The political elite do things for their own benefit, unless a strong populous rises up to put them in check.
LikeReply8Dec 15, 2015 9:49am
Krista Lee
Victoria Rose and how is that working out? Why are there still so many homeless in this country then??
LikeReply7Dec 15, 2015 1:47pm
Spencer Ferguson
Jimi Boyd Some actually like it there....
LikeReplyDec 15, 2015 1:51pm
Hazel Bingle · 
Rick MacInnis you're right, the homeless don't vote. It's pathetic that Canada don't believe in charity beginning at home - the almighty dollar rules, taxpayer dollars at that. Sickening.
LikeReply2Dec 15, 2015 4:45pm
Sabrina Marie Cipryk
Whenever there is a post about bringing refugees to Canada there are comments like "what about our homeless?" or "what about our veterans?" or "what about natives living in squalor?". It's not "either/or" ....Here are the facts Canada:

Our government spends $4 billion per annum to fight homelessness.

Our government spends $3.64 Billion per annum on veteran affairs.

Our government spends $8.4 Billion per annum on indigenous affairs.

Our government is spending $1.2 billion over 6 years ($200 million per annum) on Syrian refugees.....See More
LikeReply2Dec 15, 2015 6:08pm
Jill Thomas
Good point .
LikeReplyDec 16, 2015 12:29am
Glenn Bautista
I can't believe we are not allowing refugees access to on-demand movies and snack bar! This is violation of human rights. Increase our taxes so they can watch newly release movies and enjoy some goodies from the hotel fridge. While at it, give them memberships to local gyms, it's pretty important for them to be healthy. Just charge it to us tax payers, what's another 30 million on top of what's already budgeted?
LikeReply49Dec 14, 2015 11:24pm
Lori Wald
the aritcle says the hotel has to disable those services....no pay per view for the refugees.....cable only....
LikeReply5Dec 15, 2015 12:18am
Spencer Ferguson
Lorena Waldner Wait for them to launch a human rights case....
LikeReply15Dec 15, 2015 1:52pm
Karl Svab · 
Thanks Glen, some people going to realize what a stupid things this muslim invasion was only after the taxes be so high that they can't afford the mortgage anymore and loose their houses, end up renting some bad place or on a street.
LikeReply1Jan 6, 2016 8:17am
Hard Core Johnny · 
Karl Svab
or next thing they know
they will be in a muslim area, and have to live under sharia law
LikeReplyJan 19, 2016 8:29pm
Brad Spence · 
How on earth will these refugees get by on only $61 worth of room service each/day?
We should be ashamed of ourselves for even bringing them here to put up with our pittyfull offerings.
LikeReply41Dec 14, 2015 9:34pm
Roger Banter
Halal is expensive. 5 star for these welfare recipients.
LikeReply36Dec 14, 2015 10:34pm
Yob van der Huy
And no access to mini-bars, movie rentals, long-distance calls and other pay services?! Discgusting!
LikeReply5Dec 15, 2015 9:59pm
Don P Elliott · 
Are you people serious....$61.00 per day times 4 in a room...my math says $244.00....gee....that could buy alot of food at a supermarket versus restaurant.....oh....and the tip.....come on people....do the math!!!! How do you live each day.....yup....these refugees are starving....and lets not forget the cost of the room.....Downtown Toronto....again....do the math!!!
LikeReply19Dec 16, 2015 9:46am
Judy Buller
David Braganza, of course you haven't seen terrorism yet. Majority of refugees here to date are privately sponsored or the ones previously vetted under Harper. Justin is just taking credit. Maybe 1 or 2 might get in or perhaps 50. Some may even have their beliefs radicalized here. The point is you, me, the government just does not know. To take in the numbers they are with the economy in the mess it is in and no plan is ridiculous. These people were in camps, safe from the violence of Syria, yet the government has to rush it through to meet an artificial deadline promised in an election platform. The government started out asking for people to take refugees in, then wanted to put them on bases, now they are asking for hotel rooms. Sound planned to you? They are flying by the seat of their pants and we will be paying a LONG time for this SNAFU,
LikeReply47Dec 14, 2015 11:34pm
Pat Manolis
well said
LikeReply5Dec 15, 2015 10:09am
Matthew MacMartin
Yeah you need to do a little more research into what happens in refugee camps before declaring them safe in any way.
LikeReplyDec 27, 2015 4:44am
Hard Core Johnny · 
We Have Seen Terrorism, but the Media just ignore's it (Calgary Attack)
LikeReplyJan 19, 2016 8:31pm
René-Louis Baron
And here I am, a working Canadian 40 hours a week minimum wage job (can`t find a better full time one since I`m also a full time student) , I go to university, nobody is helping me do anything. It would be nice to get some help from the government but all they are doing is charging me 6k plus on student loan interest and taking all my income tax returns - I guess that money is going to help pay for these hotels. I have to go to the food bank while these guys are getting paid to come here and get room service and free clothes and housing, probably also pay for their language training.. And they wonder why people are upset... There was even a time when I was living alone and couldn't afford my rent anymore even though I was working full time at that min wage job so got evicted after 1 month late- so I kept going to uni but I slept in Tim Hortons. Where the hell was all this hospitality for me back then? It's because I wasn't a good photo op for the politicians. Why the hell do I even pay taxes in this country? I can pretty much also confidently say these guys aren't staying at a Super 8, probably an expensive hotel downtown somewhere. Waste of money.
LikeReply30Dec 15, 2015 9:00amEdited
Allan Hay
Rene`~always remember to thank a liberal when the local food banks run short of food!
LikeReply15Dec 15, 2015 8:49am
Andrewrutchy Stokman
Thanks for you post. I feel for you man. This is all about politics and nothing to do with compassion, from JT that is. There are lots of great caring canadians who are being duped by this PM for his own political gain. It is all about Justin. Always has been and always will be. This is about buying votes for the future. The muslims got justin elected and this is his payback to them and he couldn't give a rats *** about your plight in this country Rene.
LikeReply1Dec 22, 2015 9:53pm
Robyn Swanson · 
while we inport these terrorists n pay the full tab for them , i challenge any bleeding heart to go to an unemployment office and seek a family and bring them to youre place for a meal for christmas ,its totally absurd what thi s baffon is spending on these muslims , charity begins at home
LikeReply51Dec 14, 2015 9:51pm
David C. Braganza · 
"These terrorists"? I dare you ignorant buffoon to prove all these refugees are terrorists. I don't agree with the way this is being handled and how we are ignoring our problems at home but at no point do I see any signs of terrorism within the refugees that have arrived so far. Yes charity begins at home but charity is now expected in this country ain't it? I dare say even our homeless have it somewhat better that the situations most of these refugees have encountered. Muslims? Guess you forgot to mention all the fanatics that come from other religions as well. Pretty disgusting that you call yourself a Canadian by the way you blanket-condescend a religion and/or an ethnicity. But hey, that's just the Canadian values I hold.
LikeReply20Dec 14, 2015 10:38pm
Alex Droog · 
David C. Braganza - It's not all sunshine and lollypops.

Islamic State can make fake Syrian passports: U.S. report:
http://www.reuters.com/.../us-mideast-crisis-usa...

Would-be terrorists back in Quebec under RCMP watch after leaving for Syria eight months ago:
http://news.nationalpost.com/.../would-be-terrorists-back...

Criminals, ISIL sympathizers and pretenders ditch identities to enter Europe posing as Syrian refugees:
http://news.nationalpost.com/.../nothing-but-opportunism...
LikeReply35Dec 14, 2015 11:27pm
Ziggy Eckardt · 
David C. Braganza Just a reminder, David. Airport security was introduced, let's see, about 40 years ago. It now costs $7.- Billion a year. This does not include lost productive hours for every passenger! It was introduced because of the shennanigans of the Shriners, wasn't it?
You are right. Not all of the refugees are terrorists. Everybody knows that. But if you do not understand that a whole bunch of Christian immigrants are a better choice terrorism-wise, then you should have your head examined.
Shriners did not make us introduce airport security! Those who did are still playing the same games...
LikeReply13Dec 15, 2015 4:05am
Alex Droog · 
We really botched this by rushing to bring people here. We were in such a panic that we were unprepared, and couldn't make more economical arrangements. More feel-good B.S., and these "refugees" can wave their Canadian flags and tell people that were born here that "everyone's an immigrant". LOL
LikeReply38Dec 14, 2015 11:25pm
Doug Mine
you f****d up by electing sunni ways.....
LikeReply19Dec 15, 2015 2:25am
Pete Moss · 
Works at Retired
Doug Mine hee hee, Sunni ways! (I almost Shia my pants) LOL
LikeReply5Dec 15, 2015 10:54am
Claire A Farmer
WE,,,, NO THE GOVERNMENT DID
LikeReplyDec 15, 2015 3:44pm
Randy Wolf
So kids will eat $30 suppers seven nights a week?

Would a Trudeau government insist on receipts?

Why bother. Add it to the deficit.
LikeReply25Dec 14, 2015 11:39pm
Ben Had · 
No completely unnecessary

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/.../ontar.../article26934662/

it's the Liberal way
LikeReply4Dec 15, 2015 8:16am
Allan Hay
Ben Had Similar to free Pizza for striking teachers in Ontario-I-Owe!!
LikeReply4Dec 15, 2015 8:55am
Alex Droog · 
Let's make sure that we supply condoms to these guys that already have 8 kids.
The "Aleppo pull-out" method obviously doesn't work.
LikeReply22Dec 15, 2015 12:16amEdited
Jeff Wilkinson · 
Remember any kids they have here will be considered Canadians, born in Canada. And after three years, refugees can apply for permanent resident status and have the right to vote. So guess what Trudeau is doing? He's importing voters for the next Canadian election.
LikeReply5Dec 16, 2015 9:50pm
Alex Droog · 
Jeff Wilkinson - Good post. I think that they arrive here as permanent residents right off the plane, so to speak. It's a fast-tracked system.
LikeReply1Dec 16, 2015 11:10pm
Jeff Wilkinson · 
Alex Droog Yes, just read it again on the Government of Canada website. They become permanent residents the day they step off the plane and after three years they can apply for citizenship and the right to vote comes with that.
LikeReply1Dec 16, 2015 11:12pm
Joanne Loper
$61.00 per person, per day. $244.00 per day for a family of 4. That's just for meals. What are they eating? My family would have to eat filet mignon every day to rack up that kind of money on food. This is out of control.
LikeReply24Dec 15, 2015 8:55am
Stephen Campbell · 
"he government has said it plans to invest $678 million over six years toward the resettlement and support of Syrian refugees." What is this money going to be spent on?
LikeReply14Dec 14, 2015 9:33pm
Alex Droog · 
Many of them have no English skills and some have zero education. We'll have to provide everything for most of them for many years to come.
LikeReply31Dec 14, 2015 11:28pm
Robyn Swanson · 
Alex Droog IVE BEEN TOLD BY LEBANEES THEY HAVE ZERO EDUCATIONS , OR PREVIOUS HEALTH CARE , SO NOW WE PAY FOR IT ALL IDIOT TUDEAU FIRST CRIME COMMITED BY THESE IMMIGRANTS TRUDEAU/ CHRETIEN ARE TO BLAME
LikeReply31Dec 15, 2015 7:22am
John Jon
Robyn Swanson Step up brave little nobody.
LikeReply3Dec 15, 2015 12:20pm
Cathy Bowslaugh
Do you think they could have had some kind of a plan in place BEFORE bringing them here? At least they had one small thought at saving money by restricting the mini bar and movie rentals!
LikeReply18Jan 5, 2016 6:16amEdited
Katarina Mauri · 
Cathy, it is a mini-bar (where alcohol is stored), not a car.
LikeReplyJan 5, 2016 1:42am
Cathy Bowslaugh
Katarina Mauri Thanks, corrected
LikeReplyJan 5, 2016 6:17am
Cathy Bowslaugh
Karl Svab For one thing Karl, you need to look up what sarcasm means before you start calling ME an idiot! I don't believe refugees should get more money than you or me. If the Liberals had a proper plan in place for housing, food etc BEFORE they brought them here, it wouldn't be costing us $80 billion in hotel rooms plus $61 per day per person for food! They are also getting better health care than Canadians and that is wrong!
LikeReply3Jan 6, 2016 11:31am
Bonita Slevin
This is totally unreasonable. why should our country spend all our tax money on something like this. They should have had a plan before bringing them in here to cut down on the cost of hotels etc. Unbelievable.
LikeReply20Jan 6, 2016 9:03amEdited
Robyn Swanson · 
BECAUSE THE BLEEDING HEARTS LIBERALS WANT TO STAY IN POWER AT ANY COST , THE LIBS DONT LIKE CANADA IF THEY DID THEY WOULD OF PUT SOMEBODY WITH AT LEAST HALF A BRAIN TO RUN ITNEXT THEY WANT ALL U LIBS STONED TO BEND OVER N TAKE THERE CRAZY POLICIES, QUIETLY
LikeReply20Dec 15, 2015 7:19am
Matthew MacMartin
Robyn Swanson YELLING MAKES MY NON-SENSICAL GIBBERISH SEEM IMPORTANT BUT I REALLY JUST LOOK LIKE A FOOL WHO DOES NOT KNOW HOW TO INTERNET
LikeReply1Dec 27, 2015 4:46am
Matthew MacMartin
All our tax money? What plan would you have decided on before allowing people to enter our country, people who are fleeing a war zone? Please tell me your great money saving plan?
LikeReply1Dec 27, 2015 4:47am
Sam Saroyan · 
Dollar is on free fall, TSX downward spiral, house hold debts all time high....mean while Justin Trudeau taking selfies and fornicating for vogue magazine. I can't believe this? Does this guy has any idea about his duties?
LikeReply30Dec 15, 2015 6:48am
Archie Kerckaert · 
No !
LikeReply5Dec 15, 2015 11:41am
Krista Lee
What else would you expect from a drama teacher???
LikeReply10Dec 15, 2015 1:51pm
Karl Svab · 
There were a lot of voices telling us that he is not grown-up yet, but you did still vote for him, didn't you ??
LikeReply1Jan 6, 2016 9:10am
Bob Daye
What a display of incompetence. Refugees were coming anyway at a rate that could be absorbed without spending millions of public money on hotels. But the Liberals have to show they are not breaking this election promise, (because they broke all of the others already) at any cost to the public.
Oh and I'm sure the hotel owners are good solid Liberal supporters. These guys don't do anything without getting a cut.
And as other people have stated what about Canadians who need assitance? What about stories where our soldiers are being removed from their quarters and put into tents, I certainly hope that's BS, but I wouldn't put it past these newly elected clowns.
LikeReply19Dec 15, 2015 8:07am
Pat Manolis
soldiers were beibng moved out to make room for these refugees...maybe bases aren't good enough so now they get 5 star hotel rooms instead and special, expensive halal food
LikeReply7Dec 15, 2015 10:11am
Shannon Spry · 
Pat Manolis Ironic, if the military bases aren't good enough for the refugee's, but they're ok for our soldier's..... time to get our priorities in check
LikeReply5Dec 15, 2015 10:23am
Doone Ross · 
The "We're baaaaaaack Crowd" does it again. At our expense. $15 for breakfast every single day they stay in a hotel? Since when does and Canadian family of four, Mom Dad and two kids, drop $60 on the table for breakfast. What kid eats a $15 breakfast each and every day unless you are the child of one of our Senators? Only an Ottawa Liberal mandarin thinks it takes $15 per person for breakfast. There are thousands of Canadian families who would be much better off claiming refugee status.
LikeReply18Dec 15, 2015 10:19am
Shannon Spry · 
I am on disability, by my estimation, if I elimate my transportation costs for dr's appts (though I would then lose the additional $80 I get for transportation)ok, so after $500 for rent, $300 for meds not covered, $80 for transportation, I am left with around $250 per month to eat. An average month has 30 days, that would leave me with $8.33 per day to eat. Not per meal, per day. SMH
LikeReply11Dec 15, 2015 10:31am
Shirley Ann · 
Works at Harris Corp.
Shannon Spry It's disgraceful how the disable and elderly are treated in this country. They have barely enough to pay rent and most go hungry, go without their medication, and aren't able to afford heat in the winter.
LikeReply9Dec 15, 2015 11:49pmEdited
Allan Hay
Shirley Ann Ontario is the Poster Card for high rent and unafordable heat!!
LikeReply2Dec 15, 2015 5:22pm
Lorna Schiralli
Kinda inflammatory article. But that is media these days. Can't blame them. They need to stay relevant. I say kudos to the government for getting this "problem solved' in an efficient and effective way. For example, why would a hotel bid on this type of business unless it met their own profit and safety needs? Seems totally reasonable to me.
Peter Loto
Why on earth rush things? Where is the urgency apart from trying to fulfill an ill advised campain promise? It will result in higher costs and confusion. I would be happy if this was one promise broken by this new government. At an average of 65 million the feds could purchase 2 modest apartment blocks, furnish and supply foodstuffs for the refugees to prepare themselves to their taste and use the buildings repeatedly for future resettlements.
LikeReply10Dec 14, 2015 11:29pm
Karl Svab · 
Peter Loto ??? did you had ever seen what that muslims can do to a nice apartment building in a couple of months ? They are not used to garbage disposal, the easiest way out is the window, do they need wood for the heat, then use the door and make a fire in the centre of the living room so you can kneel and prey around it.
Wake up people !!!
LikeReply2Jan 6, 2016 8:27am
Paul Bennett · 
I think it is a case of the government isn't getting all the support from the average citizen they expected. They believe that everyone is like them and if you aren't you are a racist or a bigot. We keep getting the numbers of dollars daily that the Libs are throwing away on climate change fiascos, this migrant boondoggle and a plethora of other feel good policies and then Morneau has the audacity to preach fiscal restraint. You can actually smell the hypocrisy.
LikeReply10Dec 15, 2015 10:32am
Garry Horsnell
The article says "The government has said it plans to invest $678 million over six years toward the resettlement and support of Syrian refugees". Invest?

I have a feeling that is just the federal government, What about provincial governments and municipalites?

Boy, that money would go a long way to help the unemplyed, the homeles, the seniors, the disabled and the vets in Canada.

But I guess foreigners who will push to change Canada for their benefit are more important.
LikeReply10Dec 15, 2015 12:29pm
Gunther Kofler
Sign and share if you agree. Let's stop this madnesshttp://www.thepetitionsite.com/.../stop-settling.../...
LikeReplyDec 30, 2015 6:51am
Joey Lothier
Canadians on the welfare system are right now being kicked out of these hotels and being forced to live on the streets so new immigrants can have a place to stay. Dont worry this will affect the working class as well as uneducated workers who have no trade experience or reading and writing skills will be given a job before those of you who made the mistake of being born here.
Penny Schofield Kleinberg · 
I think every Canadian should order a 30.00 supper and send the bill to the Government. Don't hold your breath waiting for the cheque. Perhaps we could use it as a tax deduction. Good luck everyone.
Shannon Spry · 
Ok, so I am on disability. I just did some quick math. We are alloted $450 per month for housing, I pay $500, my father has allowed me to move back home because even in Brantford, there is no where you can live, other than a single ROOM, for $450 per month. So $500 per month housing, $300 per month on meds that aren't covered. I have 2 ESA dogs, who I would be dead without, but I Won't even calculate any of their costs in here. After rent and meds, I am left with just over $300 per month for food, transportation, and anything else. Of that $300, part is the $80 I receive for transportation. So...See More
LikeReply8Dec 15, 2015 10:36am
Shannon Spry · 
Oh, and for 4 months this summer, I was able to work part time, so I worked a minimum wage job, to pick up a few extra dollars. If I earned more than $740 per month (not all of which I was allowed to keep), I would be over my limit, and would lose my support. My meds alone cost about $500 per month
LikeReply5Dec 15, 2015 10:38am
Gerry Burnie-Books · 
This is so utterly galling that it s hard to know where to start. If the entire resources of all level of governments were mobilized, such as in ths case, toward settling Canada's homless and hungry, the problem could be eliminated in the same time it takes to settle the Syrians.

It is callous; itis cynical; and it is an ill-affordable expenditure.
LikeReply6Dec 15, 2015 12:44pm
Gunther Kofler
If our government would have planned to have REAL refugees instead of meeting quotas and seeking media attention, all this money would have help Canadians as well as refugees. All this money could have been used to build low cost housing, restaurants, schools, clinics,, win win situation, refugees gets low cost housing, schools build to fit their needs, clinics with islamic language doctors, restaurants and food chains with their foods reguirements, etc.. instead of housing them in hotels and military housing and demanding for the Canadians to help these refugees. Canadians would have jobs. jobs mean paying taxes. Let's not forget, most are not real refugees as they need to sell their assets before coming here!
LikeReply2Dec 30, 2015 6:58am
Gerry Burnie-Books · 
Gunther Kofler Excellent recommendations. Too bad the government(s) didn't think of them.
LikeReply1Dec 30, 2015 10:40am
Avelino Lamas · 
Hey I got an Idea... How about we give free hotels and health care to our homeless Canadians first eh ?
Molly Smythe
Recent headline... Muslim refugees refused aid because it had a Red Crosson on it. Perhaps trudeau is going to mandate that the red cross stop using a red cross so they don't offend muslims.
Wally Wychopen · 
If people (refugees) can't afford to feed their children, then use birth control.
We used birth control, worked hard & saved for the future.
Why to we have to pay to feed someone else's families & loose the future we planned?
Sandie Maldonado · 
Get out your check books everyone, because we are going to be paying and paying more and more $$$$ for everything, while refugees get items that many Canadians do not enjoy because they cannot afford it. Halal meet, are you kidding me? What is wrong with this picture. Well the masses voted and now we have a new government who loves photo-ops. Trudeau's picture was with Lebanon refugees for all the pictures. They looked grateful. What about the others.
LikeReply4Dec 15, 2015 5:18pm
Dan Van Gageldonk · 
Sounds like the cost of bringing groups of refugees over here which we definitely should be doing. Sounds ridiculous to ask the hotels to be providing the crappy food for the refugees. My only concern here is how much extra is this going to cost us for rushing in refugees with an arbitrary number by an arbitrary date. If we weren't in such a rush to make the Liberals look good would this bill be cut in half? How about the transportation costs as you look to book airliners to bring in the refugees are you paying a premium for short notice etc. In the end helping the Syrians is laudable. Rushing them in for political purposes is crass politicing that very well might double or triple the bill.
LikeReply3Dec 15, 2015 12:53pm
Jill Thomas
I eat Kraft dinner .
LikeReply2Dec 16, 2015 1:06am
Jeff Wilkinson · 
Wonder if Prime Minister Trudeau will let me give up my geared to income apartment in Kirkland Lake for a Syrian. Then maybe he'd let me move into one of his Toronto hotel rooms with food and lodging paid for by our government. Looks to me as if the Syrians got the better end of the deal. But that's the thing with the Trudeau government - it would much prefer looking after the Syrians, before looking after any of its own people.
LikeReply3Dec 16, 2015 12:48am
Shari Snow · 
I work a full time job and can't afford to budget 15$ for breakfast, 16$ for lunch and 30$ for dinner, why should my taxes pay that for someone else?
LikeReply13Dec 15, 2015 10:25am
Robyn Swanson · 
give them poutines and pogos only
LikeReply2Dec 15, 2015 11:17am
Jay O'Connor
Robyn Swanson bacon only
LikeReply2Dec 15, 2015 11:37pm
Joanna Phair
change your status to refugees than you stile of life will change
LikeReply1Jan 5, 2016 2:39am
Andrea Mohr
The math in this article is incorrect. There is no way this adds up to $80 million. 600 rooms X 78 days between now and March. If the bill was 80 million each refugee would be in a room that costs more than $1700 per night. Not possible. If the rooms were as high as $250 per night then you are only just over 11 million.
LikeReply3Dec 15, 2015 7:40am
Terry Higgins · 
You forgot to add the 2 penthouse suites for the 2 24 hour a day gov't babysitters/concierges with mini bars, pay per view and turn down service
LikeReply3Dec 15, 2015 9:41am
Didi Miesen
Thanks for posting the truth Andrea. Seems like the National Post has turned into a spew nonsense political party instead of the respected newsdpaer it used to be. Ditto for the Globe & Mail, sigh. What's sadder still is how many Canadians have been so EAGER to hop on to this hate regugees - immigrant machine because OMG they are muslims - that they totally IGNORE have been living in freaking camps where they DO NOT have even close to enough food - have had to FLEE for their lives because of ISIS - etc.... Their inuyimane and hate filled fear inciting posts are a disgrace to the entire country and everything we stand for and everything our parents foought for in WWII. And gave their lives for.
LikeReplyDec 15, 2015 4:35pm
Patrick O'donnell
If the Libtards call it 80 million then it's probably closer to a billion...remember the gas plant cancellations in Taranna
LikeReply12Dec 15, 2015 12:16am
Patrick Duffy
There was no gas plant cancelled in Toronto.
LikeReplyDec 15, 2015 9:19am
Lynn Gruntz · 
I can see this whole thing blowing up in the face of the Liberal Government. If we don't see a rebellion or a riot in this country by Canadians it will amaze me , Canadians will not stand by and see their own living on the streets and dying while refugees are being brought in here and getting the cream of the crops. There was just no long term planning put into this move. I hate to see the final outcome of all this. I am afraid it will not be nice and there are going to be some nasty things being carried out by those who have lived here all their lives and have worked hard and are having it all taken from them in order to keep others who have given nothing.
LikeReply4Dec 15, 2015 12:07pm
Robyn Swanson · 
btw some on the streets contributed to our society but for some reasons fell in the cracks shame on u trudeau the pothead
LikeReply1Dec 16, 2015 2:01am
Ric Seabrooke
I should have bought stocks in Holiday Inn......
LikeReply11Dec 14, 2015 11:19pm
Fred Toole · 
Don't worry JT, I'm heading back to work tomorrow morning to pay for all this. You're welcome. (What, you didn't say thank you? My bad.)
LikeReply11Dec 15, 2015 12:40am
Allan Hay
Halal meals must be an option, four star or five star Hotel, spare no expense its all on our dime!!
LikeReply10Dec 15, 2015 3:59am
Dee Kay
The interview I saw was about a girl my age, who just finished her bachelors prior to coming to Canada. She was in all designer clothing, spoke perfect english, and had expensive make up on as she got off the plane. She was thrilled to hear that Canada will be paying for her Masters degree, which she was enrolled for this year. fully paid cell phones, 60 dollars a day for food etc. I as a born canadian am rejected for anything I apply for to help assist with the ridiculous cost of living, student loans etc as the basic expenses are much more than what I make. I also have a university degree,years of experience, and a full time job. They say 65% of people my age arent working full time. they are forced into contract work and to work mulitple part time jobs......now again, how are we supposed to take care of some other countrys people, when we cant even take care of our own?????
Sam Unruh · 
If you are in need you should take what is offered, without expectation or demand. If you expect others to cater to your needs and personal preferences you are clearly no longer in need. I don't have an issue with our country accepting refugees and carefully resettling them - many Canadians were displaced peoples and were welcomed to our country. However, Canada did not change its ways or try to cater to their needs. That is where we are seeing a huge difference. If people wish to be welcomed to Canada they must come with no expectations - that is apparently not the case with many of these current refugees. Also, if the government provides an "estimate" we all know how that turns out.
Meedos Frieda
Good grief, 80 Million could have built a few apartment complexes for many of the Syrian refugees to live in, had Justin Trudeau thought things out before rushing ahead to promote globally his "Mr Compassionate" image who will teach the rest of the world leaders how it is done.
Gunther Kofler
Yes it would have been enough to build apartments complexes and give jobs to Canadians! Too easy of a solution!
LikeReply1Dec 16, 2015 7:43am
Judy Clarke · 
Poor planning. They should have been housed in the homes of those who agree with brining the refugees in, I'm shocked they didn't open churches or mosques or gyms for the overnight accommodations, this is what Halifax did during 9/11. Waste of tax payers dollars.
Jason Iwanko · 
All the bleeding hearts that said "Oh! We have to help them! We must! It's the Canadian thing to do!"

I hope you're going to enjoy paying for it via cuts to many systems like healthcare, education, etc. You know, the things that current Canadians need to help them prosper.

But I'm sure they'll find a way to blame their future problems on the ever elusive "evil white man" that supposedly just goes around ruining everything for everyone that's not a white man for the heck of it.

These liberal morons need to stop breathing ASAP.
Terry Wagner
Am I noticing a bit of racism in your comments? Canada was built on immigrants if you didn't know that. Maybe not your generations but certainly many generations before you.
LikeReplyJan 3, 2016 8:13pm
Joanna Phair
Terry Wagner I agree with you but previouse immigrants came and had no expectation .
LikeReplyJan 5, 2016 3:04am
Dee Kay
How do i get the government to pay for my masters degree, $60/day for food, my cell phone bill etc etc etc...Maybe then my generation will have a fighting chance in this economy. I guess only the refugees will survive here...
Gunther Kofler
Real life in Syria, someone is not telling the reasons as to why we are welcoming these refugees, check for yourself, it is on trip advisor. Life is not bad there and tourism is growing from what I read from recent reviews, shopping, restaurants, hotels, sightseeing etc...
.http://www.tripadvisor.ca/Attractions-g294010-Activities...
Mick Walker · 
I cannot believe that all this money is being spent on the refugees. Why did the government not do due diligence and resource the country and find jobs for these people, I am sure they would prefer to be working and provide for themselves.
The prime minister has invited all these people in to the country with no idea how he is going to pay for it, He wants to look good on the International front when he needs to look after the people that need help in his own country.
Howard Kirshenbaum
Cost is no object to the Liberals, even if Parliament hasn't even been consulted. Just like the good old days.
LikeReply9Dec 15, 2015 9:53am
Ran Danshi
No objection about this refugee program but wish we could throw the same 1.2 Billion for homelessness. I guess refugee issue is more sexy than homelessness.
How many death homeless people will it take to wake up government? Can we start a facebook page with all the picture people sleeping on the street minus 20 degree?
LikeReply9Dec 15, 2015 9:33am
Arlene Anstey
$ 61.00 a day per person for meals ? They are going to be eating a lot better than we who work to pay for this !
LikeReply9Dec 15, 2015 5:47pm
Dimitri Balabanov · 
Works at St-Hubert
No movie rentals ?? So now they won't let the poor things watch porn ?? Justine and the crew should be tried at Hague for that !!! Also, Halal is not "beneficial" but absolutely mandatory. It's a matter of respect
Steve Coburn
this money should come directly out of stephen harpers bank account and pensions as well as trudeaus bank account and wages for conspiring with benjamin netanyahu and partaking in the bombing of iraq and syria. This is one of the reasons we have a refugee crisis.All these so called leaders should also be charged with war crimes.
Robyn Swanson · 
tks to immigrant we are all paying more for apts, homes, supply and demand, we canadians as it is cant find a family doctor for yrs , hospitals wait times crazy.mri in ottawa avg 6 months, infrastructure, not big enough , failing , but we canadians pay for it upgrade again, immigrants should be taxed more jobs getting more more scrare, wages going down because of competition, im sick of having this multicultural thing shoved down my throat only ones benifiting is more votes for liberals more money for waally worldaka wally -mosque ck out the people working wall mart trainyards ottawa mostly immigrants, i dont support any biz ran by foreigners,
LikeReply1Dec 15, 2015 8:13pm
Ed Stewart · 
Bacon and eggs, Canadian Breakfast
LikeReply7Dec 15, 2015 9:25am
Tom Atoe · 
ahh, its only money, right trudope?
LikeReply7Dec 15, 2015 9:46am
Alan Cane
The Salvation Army is said to be one of the most effective organizations in North America. Why not turn the entire project over to them? They don't allow themselves to be seen as rescuers and victims to be saved. In fact, they expect those they help to help themselves. The Army knows how to turn one dollar into three whereas, the government knows how to turn three into one.
LikeReply7Dec 15, 2015 5:43pm
Melanie Greenham
I have a plan for the refugees, All males between the ages of 18 to 50 will immediately be inducted into the military of their new country and sent to basic training, after basic training, they will be loaded into aircrafts and flown back to their home country, and upon arrival given weapons and ammo and told to reclaim their country. Once they have accomplished that, we will send their wives and children back to them at no cost. They will be paid the same as our soldiers, while fighting for their country and their dependants will receive the same benefits as our soldiers dependants. If they are not willing to do this then they and their families can find another country to take them, We should not have to send our military to fight for their country if they are not willing to fight for their own
Andrew Marvell
Insanity. This is the most irresponsible thing I recall any government in Canada ever doing - which makes it that much more essential for the the lefties to undertake. A defining issue fo rthem. desperate for billion dollar Syrians. their moral health and identity depends on it now. Angels from Syria.
LikeReply6Dec 15, 2015 10:57am
Alan Cane
This is what happens whenchampagne socialists get involved in charity. If they were providing Xmas dinner, they would have organic fresh turkeys. Nothing but the best or their reputations might suffer.

Can you imagine the Salvation Army spending even a tiny fraction of $80M to help this many people? They would ensure the people were fed, watered and housed, and have money to spare.
LikeReply6Dec 15, 2015 7:09pm
Ellen Jones
Is it just me or does anyone else think that $61.00/day for a child for food might be a bit high? There is no distinction made,,just per person. I guess this is how a millionaire thinks. SO FRUSTRATING !!!!!
LikeReply9Dec 15, 2015 1:04pm
Jim Carlton · 
We could have built homes and hospitals for them "over there" (and they wouldn't have had to feel displaced) for that kind of money. Next...take the check book to Viet Nam ....
LikeReply8Dec 15, 2015 6:59am
Pat Manolis
they were already safely housed over there...they are not coming directly from Syria, but from safe countries...so why the big rush?...so trudeau can get lots of selfies and photo-ops?
LikeReply16Dec 15, 2015 10:22am
Jim Carlton · 
Pat Manolis Bingo! There is definitely an agenda at play here.
LikeReply9Dec 15, 2015 10:57am
Patrick Duffy
Jim Carlton, are you for real? It's not a terribly bright idea to build homes and hospitals in a war zone.
LikeReplyDec 15, 2015 11:12am
Carrie Liberte · 
I'm very concerned that the Trudeau Government isn't providing the large Syrian refugee families with two nannies. It's not like they're rich or something ...
LikeReply5Dec 15, 2015 1:07pm
Kurt Austin
Untill (end of) March there are 105 days. $80M for 300 rooms over 105 days makes a hotel room around $2,500 per night. What kind of a hotel is that?
LikeReply5Dec 15, 2015 10:13am
Pat Manolis
it will cost a lot more then that...and that's just for 5 star hotel rooms...they will be there longer then 1 night because in a rush to bring them here, the liberals have no idea where to put them
LikeReply4Dec 15, 2015 10:24am
Kurt Austin
Pat Manolis,
They were talking about putting them in Peterson AFB. Don't know if they are giving them all blueprints and secret codes as well.
LikeReply1Dec 15, 2015 11:15am
Robyn Swanson · 
every one forgetting the salary , lodging , expenses for the 500 plus govt screeners in jordan
LikeReply1Dec 15, 2015 7:25pm
Don Thierman · 
They seem to be the best dressed and cleanest refugees I have ever seen. Almost looks like a photo op.
LikeReply5Dec 15, 2015 11:23pm
Gunther Kofler
Agree, looks like the come for a vacation instead of fleeing a war zone country, which from what I see on tripadvisor, tourism is still good!
http://www.tripadvisor.ca/Hotels-g294010-Syria-Hotels.html
LikeReplyDec 16, 2015 6:42am
Alan Cane
It's like we're being forced to pay for the rope to hang ourselves.
LikeReply5Dec 15, 2015 6:10pm
Gloria Neitz · 
I don't understand the rush. Why do we have to force a difficult timeline.
LikeReply4Dec 15, 2015 2:03am
Pat Manolis
because turdeau made these promises and must keep them...no matter how expensive and immpossible they are
LikeReply13Dec 15, 2015 10:19am
Spencer Ferguson
Oh, goody....

Since the Canadian governments and companies are tripping over themselves to throw money and aid at these migrants, I guess unemployed, homless and veteran Canadians should be asking the GCC countries and businesses for help.
LikeReply3Dec 15, 2015 1:50pm
Zoee Quechla Maxwell · 
what a bunch of fear mongering, hate obsessed people here dear immigrants sorry about these folk, sorry we supported the bombs that errased your comfort and country. sorry these self righteous idiots have not lived.
LikeReply3Dec 15, 2015 3:16am
Zoee Quechla Maxwell · 
Robyn Swanson what are you yakking about , i am a status indian and i say enough of your nastiness, get over your pea brain and start living from your heart.
LikeReply1Dec 15, 2015 9:40am
Pat Manolis
Zoee Quechla Maxwell ..."the heart' does not pay the bills...taxpayers pay the bills but being an indian, you would know nothing about working and paying taxes...just the truth
LikeReply5Dec 15, 2015 10:18am
Zoee Quechla Maxwell · 
Pat Manolis ah a practicing imbecile. mean, ugly and stupid.......try to see out of your peanut brain and see the world without all your fear.......good luck
LikeReply2Dec 15, 2015 10:27am
Robyn Swanson · 
trudeau u bozzo get youre friend obama to rent u fema trailers for youre new muslim friends send some of the syrians to pick them up n drive them to hudson bay bet u they dont get across the usa borders
LikeReply5Dec 15, 2015 10:08amEdited
Sean Swords · 
make no sense to the rest of Canadian! i am working hard and as a tax payer, i only have $30 per day for BF, Lunch and Dinner!
LikeReply3Dec 15, 2015 5:28pm
George Seinfield · 
Harper once said: you make it, they take it and spend it.
LikeReply3Dec 15, 2015 12:53pm
Doug Mccarthy
That's probably close to what Jr's team at the Paris talks cost.
LikeReply2Dec 15, 2015 4:53am
Joe Btfsplk · 
Thank you National Post for providing the rest of the picture. The national broadcaster and the largest Candian newspapers are staying away from any fact reporting that in any way conflicts with the feel good stories.
LikeReply2Dec 15, 2015 4:48pm
Caren Roy · 
I challenge the Government to give Canadian seniors, vets, and poor $61.00 a day, per person for food, my mouth is watering...
LikeReply1Dec 18, 2015 6:08am
Greg Valentine
Canada will be infested with muslim rats.
Estelle Smith · 
Works at Self-Employed
They should be settle in their homeland spend money on them to stay in their country.
Leigh Brash · 
Most of you sound like rotten racist Trump supporters. Canada is doing what it should be doing.What the rest of the world should be doing. Canada voted and it is clear what the majority of Canadians want.