July 29, 2016

Will Statscan power grab affect small businesses? CFIB Executive Director hopes “cooler heads will prevail”

Brian LilleyRebel Co-Founder
 

We’ve been telling you about the push by Statistics Canada to get more power and while it hasn’t been approved yet, it has been sent to their advisory board. 

One of the most disturbing aspects of these sweeping new powers would be their ability to obtain “any data file” from “any organization” with consequences for non-compliance.

Watch as I discuss the impact that this might have on small businesses with Dan Kelly, Executive Director of the Canadian Federation of Independent Business.

If you agree that we have to say “NO!” to this power grab, remember to sign and share our petition at StopBigBrother.ca.

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commented 2016-07-30 19:04:02 -0400
considering the current federal regime is owned/run by the Laurentian elite wing of globalism, these insiders could profit greatly from having critical information that compromises their competitors – Trust NO ONE with saleable information in this day and age – everyone has their price and this is how globalism has advanced as far as it has. Globalism depends on government corruption – they have a fertile field in this government in which to sow their demon seeds.
commented 2016-07-30 13:46:33 -0400
I can see Trudope approving this power play by Stats Can as he has already proclaimed he thinks small businesses are simply tax evasions! This from the tax evading Trust Fund beneficiary!
commented 2016-07-30 07:15:13 -0400
Its just another way to evade and circumvent privacy laws. Other than required information for StatsCan, why would it or should it have the right to demand any file of its choosing? No warrant or court order required. Eventually, StatsCan could claim that a family’s private documents are required.

Its bad enough that companies such as Google track every search and link you go to through it, but now StatsCan can demand that information.

Just great!

BTW, DuckDuckGo.com is a search engine that keeps no records on your searches or links and does not track you.
commented 2016-07-30 07:15:13 -0400
Its just another way to evade and circumvent privacy laws. Other than required information for StatsCan, why would it or should it have the right to demand any file of its choosing? No warrant or court order required. Eventually, StatsCan could claim that a family’s private documents are required.

Its bad enough that companies such as Google track every search and link you go to through it, but now StatsCan can demand that information.

Just great!

BTW, DuckDuckGo.com is a search engine that keeps no records on your searches or links and does not track you.
commented 2016-07-30 02:27:10 -0400
Kelvin same here i have lived free long enough to know when freedom is under threat and i will die before bending over as well.
commented 2016-07-30 00:05:07 -0400
Rogue staff members will pass sensitive info to family members that are in competing businesses, or steal the client list to start their own business etc, or go after businesses the don’t like – like TheRebel!! We know from experience they simply can’t help themselves, or worse, because they have no morals, they actually see nothing wrong with such conduct!!
commented 2016-07-29 22:45:20 -0400
They can try and lock me up, I am making a stand. I will never conform to this globalist take over, I’ll die on my feet…….. Fuck em.
commented 2016-07-29 21:58:45 -0400
Will that include medical files and such, will unions have anything to say when worker privacy is gone?
commented 2016-07-29 21:56:03 -0400
Of course the left will be OK with this after they whined that CSIS cannot look at emails with just cause.
commented 2016-07-29 21:45:35 -0400
Trash can will probably have its own armed swat teams in a few years
It seems like all democracy’s are being pecked away at , then one day walla you wake up and its communism, and all the slowly boiled frogs are done