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Turns out this guy bought the shirt from our shop 😂😂😂 Story below!
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From a fan's Facebook page⬇

I am so proud of my brother (Dennis) right now. He and his family went to see Justin Trudeau at the Telus World of Science in Edmonton and got Justin to sign it!!!! (Dennis was wearing a hoodie so it was hidden.) They even got a video of him signing it, so nobody can say it's not his signature. After he signed it, Justin asked Dennis what was on his shirt, Dennis showed him and Justin scowled and walked off angrily....stealing his pen in anger. 😂😂 No shock that Justin is still the best drama teacher out there. He only got to where he is because of his acting and his last name.

Guaranteed this is the ONLY shirt of this kind in Canada signed by Justin himself. I'm 100% sure of that! 😉

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His white water rafting economics is kicking in.

"Son of a nutcracker!"

One more night stands between me and my 2 week vacation #albertaoilsands #albertanorth #capebreton #eastcoast

How true is this? But let's keep buying our oil from countries with horrendous human rights records while Canadians sit at home out of work.

Living the dream ⚒💰 #AlbertaOilSands

Not to take away from what's happening there. Hoping everyone pulls through ok.

The viscous cycle continues.

I'm guessing 1 time to tell her to drop it or she'll end up like Comey.

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Turns out this guy bought the shirt from our shop 😂😂😂 Story below!
• • • • • • • • •
From a fan's Facebook page⬇

I am so proud of my brother (Dennis) right now. He and his family went to see Justin Trudeau at the Telus World of Science in Edmonton and got Justin to sign it!!!! (Dennis was wearing a hoodie so it was hidden.) They even got a video of him signing it, so nobody can say it's not his signature. After he signed it, Justin asked Dennis what was on his shirt, Dennis showed him and Justin scowled and walked off angrily....stealing his pen in anger. 😂😂 No shock that Justin is still the best drama teacher out there. He only got to where he is because of his acting and his last name.

Guaranteed this is the ONLY shirt of this kind in Canada signed by Justin himself. I'm 100% sure of that! 😉

If this post makes you smile (or if you have a sense of humour), "share" this post!

"Son of a nutcracker!"

His white water rafting economics is kicking in.

It can be Jr's new job as the host after he's booted from office.

Have to remind Canada every generation it seems.

If his lips are moving...

Liberalism is the new socialism.

Right after announcing the potential merger of Alberta’s Wildrose and Progressive Conservative parties, Progressive Conservative Leader Jason Kenney took aim at Ottawa, saying that he would be willing to sue the federal government if it tries to impose a carbon tax on his oil-rich province. “If I’m leading a Conservative government, bill number one of our first term of the legislature in the summer of 2019 would be the Carbon Tax Repeal Act,” the former federal Conservative cabinet minister told CTV Power Play on Thursday.

With a stated aim of reducing greenhouse gas emissions, the federal government is currently giving provinces the chance to impose their own carbon pricing schemes. Those that haven’t done so by next spring will be subject to a federally imposed carbon tax. “It’s all economic pain and no environmental gain,” Kenney said. “All it does is to push investment outside the province into the energy sector elsewhere. It doesn’t reduce carbon emissions. It’s just another tax grab and that’s why we will repeal it.” Kenney criticized Alberta’s ruling NDP party, saying that nearly 70 per cent of Albertans are opposed to its provincial carbon tax plan. If the federal government attempts to impose a carbon tax on the province, Kenney said he’d be willing to join forces with Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall, who has become the most vocal opponent of carbon pricing amongst Canada’s premiers. “If Justin Trudeau then tries to impose his federal carbon tax on us, we will link arms with Premier Brad Wall and sue the federal government for violating what we believe is provincial jurisdiction,” Kenney said. “Our declaration today says that this is a party that is loyal to a united Canada but will stand up and defend Alberta’s interests and areas of constitutional sovereignty and jurisdiction.” Environment Minister Catherine McKenna, however, says that Ottawa is well within its constitutional rights to impose a carbon tax on the country’s provinces. “The reality is we know polluting isn’t free,” McKenna told CTV Power Play on Thursday. “We need to take action.” Every other province, McKenna added, has been co-operating with the federal government.

CBC - Sources have told The Canadian Press that Alberta's two conservative parties have struck a tentative deal to merge.

The two party leaders — Brian Jean of the Wildrose Party and Jason Kenney of the Progressive Conservatives — are expected to address the deal at a news conference later today.
Both leaders will speak to media at 1 p.m. MT at the Matrix Hotel in Edmonton
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Any deal would still have to be approved by a majority of members in both parties.
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley warned the new entity could offer Albertans extreme positions.
WatchPoster of video clip'They may fall right off the map. I guess if they do, they’ll have company' "Whether it's the Wildrose or the Tories, they clearly agree on things like making massive cuts to services in order to finance tax breaks for people at the top of the one per cent," Notley said Thursday at an announcement in Carstairs, 65 kilometres north of Calgary.

Elections Alberta says merger between PC and Wildrose won't be easy Unite-the-right deal close, but not complete, PC Leader Kenney says
"They agree collectively on the fact that they're not particularly sympathetic or supportive of LGBT rights," the NDP premier added.
"They can't seem to agree that a school lunch program is a good thing, at least not with us can they agree.
"So, they're a group that are moving increasingly to more and more extreme positions, to the point where they may fall right off the map. I guess if they do, they'll have company."
'Time is of the essence': Brian Jean calls for merger within six months
The Brian Jean Effect: What lies ahead for Alberta's unite-the-right effort?
In a news release, Greg Clark, leader of the Alberta Party, described the Wildrose/PC merger as a "hostile takeover. "The stream of PC supporters who have been leaving will quickly become a flood as they come to understand it is no longer the party of Peter Lougheed but a return to what Peter Lougheed fought against," Clark said, adding that Albertans "reject polarized politics."

Counting down the days.

Who would have thought a bouncer, turned ski instructor, turned drama teacher weren't the right qualifications to run a country?

Textbook example right there.

The viscous cycle continues.

Best to hire a consulting company to figure it out.

How true is this? But let's keep buying our oil from countries with horrendous human rights records while Canadians sit at home out of work.

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