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Alistair Reign News Blog on Facebook.

Follow or friend Alistair Reign on Facebook for news and topics of interest to Canadians, and anyone planning on visiting Canada.

I post National happenings and politics; weather and road condition warnings in recreational locations; Human rights and environment protests; Animal rescues ready for adoption; Musician, artist and theater tours across Canada.

Planning a road trip in Canada? Here is my latest Guide to Canada’s Highways on Facebook – including how to rent a vehicle and other handy road tips for a hassle free holiday.

Looking to adopt a horse, dog, cat or other breed of pet? You can visit my Facebook page Canadian Animal Rescues and Fostering I follow rescue organizations from across Canada and post their animals that are ready for adoption.

Enjoy learning about Renaissance in the Western world? Please join us at my Facebook group History of  Western Artwe enjoy sharing pictures and discussing our related stories; as well I post a monthly educational documentary on the era of rebirth – the Renaissance.  

Are you interested in charity fundraising for children? Please visit us on Facebook at the Colour of War Campaign page – I post news related to the humanitarian aid groups I represent, and help with gathering donations. I only work with groups that use over 95% of monies donated to purchase life-laving essentials for children and families in war-torn countries. 

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Alistair Reign News online has a focus on human right’s violations, politics of global importance, humanitarians in war-torn countries, petitions supporting human rights, and charity fundraising campaigns to benefit children of war.

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