The flow of people across the border Several resolutions call for the Conservative Party to put an “end” to the flow of people coming into Canada from the United States outside of regular points of entry. Thinking about maybe having a climate policy First on one priority list is a resolution that says the party recognizes the importance of climate change, and that it “will strive to be a World Class Leader in climate change adaptation and green house gas reduction.” It doesn’t suggest a specific way to do that.One of them urges a renegotiation of the Safe Third Country Agreement between Canada and the U. Another lower-down resolution asserts there should be no federal carbon tax or cap-and-trade system.OTTAWA — This week, the federal Conservatives are adding to their policy book for the first time under leader Andrew Scheer, and for the last time before the next election.On the table for the rank-and-file to discuss at the party’s convention in Halifax are changes to positions on everything from immigration to abortion to freedom of speech to defence spending.The laws of the United States and many other countries do not support this. The term "soft porn" is sometimes used for pictures that show people who may or may not be naked, but who are posed in a sexy manner.Pictures of women like this are sometimes called "cheesecake," and pictures of men are called "beefcake." Pornographic pictures or movies which show people having sex are sometimes called "hard porn." Businesses have been making pornography for many years.When people consider photographs or movies to harm or to disrespect the people depicted or the viewers, or to violate the community's moral or religious standards, they condemn the material as "obscene." Most countries have laws against obscenity.One type of pornography against the law in most countries is child pornography. Some ways include photos, drawings, paintings, animations, and movies.
Some people believe that anything that shows a naked body is a type of pornography.
Two other ideas recommend pursuing adult stem cell research rather than using human embryos, and recognizing it as “unethical and discriminatory” to pick and choose which embryos to implant during in vitro fertilization. Don’t hold your breath, but last up at one of the breakout sessions is a resolution that suggests the party should, as Maxime Bernier advocated during his leadership bid last year, “phase-out supply management while smoothing the market adjustment for Canadian farmers.”Freedom of speech Five different resolutions deal in freedom of speech, two of them specifically condemning the idea that a government should impose a “values attestation” on federal granting — a clear allusion to the Canada Summer Jobs fiasco.
Another high-priority resolution adds Scheer’s policy to withhold grant money from universities that don’t defend speech, and on top of that advocates repealing legislation that “compels Canadians to utter made-up pronouns like ‘ze’ and ‘zir.’ ” There’s no such legislation — unless you ask professor Jordan Peterson, who extrapolated such an outcome from his questionable reading of a Liberal bill that added “gender identity” to discrimination and hate crime law.
In a nod to foreign interference woes, several resolutions propose strengthening election laws.
And one, in theory to mitigate worries about the Canada-U. relationship, would prioritize creating a “CANZUK” trade, labour and security agreement between Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom. pornography It might not get debated, because it is the 21st item on one of the lists, but there is a resolution that “acknowledges research” (without citing it) that recognizes “pornography is a public health risk affecting individual and public health.” Without offering any detail, the resolution supports the development of laws, policies and programs “to prevent pornography exposure and addiction, to develop recovery programs, and to educate society on the harms of pornography.”No more boutique tax credits, or, well, maybe one or two Surprising no one, the Tories have a few ideas about taxes.