About Eeyore

Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

3 Replies to “Affirmative action in Canada”

  1. Besides the fact that white males are excluded, most of the jobs appeared to be “non-jobs” and a total waste of taxpayers’ money.

  2. Reporting non-emergency crimes using 101

    101 is the number to call when you want to contact your local police – when it’s less urgent than 999. It is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
    Where is the 101 service available?
    101 is now available across all areas of England and Wales.
    What you can report using 101
    Call 101 to contact the police to report less urgent crime and disorder or to speak to your local officers. For example, call 101:
    if your car has been stolen
    if your property has been damaged
    if you suspect drug use or dealing in your local area
    to report a minor traffic accident
    to give the police information about crime in your area
    to speak to the police about a general enquiry
    In Sheffield, you can also call 101 if you have problems with vandalism and graffiti; noise nuisance; abandoned vehicles; dumping or fly tipping and broken street lighting.
    If you have a non-emergency problem to report but can’t call 101, you can contact your local police force on their alternative non-emergency number. Use the link below for a list of police force contact numbers.
    Non-emergency police telephone numbersOpens new window
    When you should use 999 instead
    In an emergency always call 999.
    You should call 999 if:
    a crime is in progress
    someone suspected of a crime is nearby
    there is danger to life
    violence is being used or threatened
    If you call 101 but are reporting an emergency, you will be directed to the 999 service.
    Cost: what you will be charged if you call 101
    Calls to 101 (from both landlines and mobiles) cost 15 pence per call no matter what time of day you call, or how long you are on the phone.
    Who will answer your 101 call?
    Calls to 101 are answered by police call handlers in the control room of your local police force.
    When you call 101, the system will automatically connect you to your local police force. You will hear a recorded message telling you which force you are being connected to. If you are on the boundary between two or more forces, you will have a choice of which force you are connected to.
    Calling 101 if you have speech or hearing impairments
    If you are in a 101 area and have a speech or hearing impairment, you can textphone 18001 101.
    What happens if English isn’t your first language
    If you have difficulty speaking English, your local police force can get an interpreter to translate your call.
    How to report general nuisance or environmental issues
    You should still call your local council about issues like:
    reporting graffiti
    dog fouling
    abandoned vehicles
    dumping and fly tipping
    vandalism

  3. The qualifications and attributes of the “The Perfect Government Worker” (Canadian)

    1) Ethnicity: Anything but White, asserting deep roots to Africa and the Middle East due to wardrobe compromised largely of MuMu’s (see “dimensionally challenged”)…. but has longing to be an Eskimo/Indian….suspects some connection Eastern Europe due to love of, and insatiable appetite for, buckets of perogies and sour cream (see “dimensionally challenged”)

    2) Transgendered (see Canadian Senator Larry W. Campbell)

    3) Lesbian and Gay…(the “Trans” part is frequently reconsidered depending on the meds, resulting in a multiplicity of sexual harassment from a wide range of co-workers…….requiring government funded therapy and multiple periods of extended leave)

    4) Dimensionally challenged…….(Lifetime ban imposed by Air Canada….A 4 seat minimum imposed by West Jet….frequently requires services of Aeroflot’s Antonov division…….currently being courted by Mullen Oilfield Trucking of Alberta with incentive of free beverages, light snacks and complimentary pilot cars)

    5) Visually impaired…..(finds it difficult to read clocks resulting in chronic tardiness when arriving for work….doesn’t own wristwatch…..leaves work one to two hours early each day…. see: government funded therapy)

    6) Wheelchair bound………occasionally.

    7) Victim of numerous childhood traumas (requiring government funded therapy and multiple periods of extended leave)

    8) Victim of involuntary addictions to alcohol and a vast array of pharmaceutical and recreational drugs (requiring government funded therapy and multiple periods of extended leave)

    9) Victim of chronic “workplace harassment” as found in everything from employment dress codes to the brand of toilet paper in office washrooms (both men’s and women’s…see “Transgendered”…..again…requiring government funded therapy, multiple periods of extended leave and and personal “Hot-Line” to the Canadian Human Rights Commission)

    10) Perfect hearing….hears “hateful” whispers and sexual innuendo perfectly from co-workers cubicles. (requiring government funded therapy, multiple periods of extended leave and personal “Hot-Line” to the Canadian Human Rights Commission)

    11) Actual work skills are elusive as to “identify” with a particular group or profession is “demeaning” and “oppressive” and “marginalizing”. (however, is willing to attend a multiplicity of government funded “personal development” courses, usually hosted in tropical countries with 5 star accommodations)

    Regards, Don Laird (not qualified to be a government worker)
    Edson, Alberta, Canada

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