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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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  • The May 18-21 festival appeared to be a Saudi charm offensive aimed at federal policy makers as the Trudeau government fields questions about its decision to grant export permits for the armoured vehicles to a country that U.S. watchdog Freedom House regularly ranks among “the worst of the worst” on human rights. The Saudi embassy blamed “logistical reasons” for its last-minute change of plans when contacted Monday and a spokesperson said the country’s decision was not motivated by fear of protesters. Foreign Affairs Minister Stéphane Dion’s office had already said he would not be attending the “Saudi Cultural Days in Canada.” The embassy was adamant the event “had nothing to do” with the $15-billion arms deal and said it had been planned for years. Canada’s Department of Global Affairs, however, said it was notified of the “Cultural Days” on Jan. 14. That date was nearly two weeks after mass executions in Saudi Arabia drew public condemnation from the Trudeau government.
  • UNICEF estimates nearly 400 children have been killed and over 600 injured in the past four months in the country, the poorest in the Middle East. 13 Yemeni teaching staff and four children were killed by a Saudi air strike on August 20. Two days before, coalition bombing in the Amran province took the lives of 17 civilians, injuring 20 more. UNICEF condemned what it called the “senseless bloodshed.” A Red Cross spokeswoman said the violence in Ta’iz, in southern Yemen, in just one day on August 21 left 80 people dead.
  • Back in October, Donald Trump announced on television that he will withdraw the U.S. from their Joint Agreement signed with the European Union and Iran (JTCoA). It was no surprise to me that Trump did not have the courtesy, or diplomatic sensibilities to advise his NATO partners before making the public announcement.
  • A U.S. Marine Corps recruit with Company F, 2d Recruit Training Battalion, Recruit Training Regiment, provides security aboard Edson Range, Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Calif., May 25, 2016. The recruit simulated providing security while the rest of the recruits carried ammo cans to their fighting holes to simulate combat preparation. (Photo: U.S. Marine Corps by Lance Cpl. Erick J. ClarosVillalta).
  • Yves Carrier; his daughter Maude; his wife, Gladys Chamberland; their son Charlélie. (Photo provided by family).
  • This playlist exposes the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Royals for a staggering number of Crimes against Humanity on their Citizens and Immigrant Workers. Includes coverage of their War Crimes committed in Yemen and other foreign countries, including the International Crimes of counties selling weapons to the Saudis.
  • North Korea's exchange of fire with South Korea
  • Putin Pumpkin Head
  • Get your news straight from the source. UPDATED DAILY - this playlist contains the U.S. State Department daily press briefings, NATO news updates on the war against terrorism, and other related press statements from United Nations world leaders.
  • A South Korean war veteran is left injured after the protest
  • Des Moines, IA: Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump smiles as he speaks to veterans at Drake University on January 28,1916.

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