Natural Resources Canada hiring two government propaganda columnists

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Can you ignore facts and gloss over failures? Then Justin Trudeau has the job for you.

Natural Resources Canada is looking to hire two journalists.

Is the ministry finally doing something to set the record straight and undo the lies told by foreign-funded radicals about Canada’s oil and gas by publishing just the straight facts about job creation, high environmental standards, and indigenous prosperity?

Of course not. The Liberals run Ottawa and there will be no fact-filled defense of Canada’s natural resources by the ministry that oversees them.

Instead, the ministry is looking for two recently laid off mainstream media hacks to talk up the wonders of low flow toilets, turning down the thermostat and LED light bulbs, as though we don’t get lectured about that nonsense enough already.

The tender for the propaganda gig is on the official government tenders and contracts website:

Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) is seeking proposals from bidders the services of two (2) Columnists. The services of the columnists will be to supply stories on the energy efficiency achievements of the industrial, buildings, utilities and government sectors on an ongoing basis. Energy and cost savings must be included in the stories to show how the energy efficiency actions taken help companies to be competitive and achieve sustainability goals.

It’s a six-month contract with the possibility of a two-year extension if you can write some really glowing pro-government puff pieces.

The media party and they already were given over a half a billion bucks to write pro-government content that no one reads.

CBC receives over a billion dollars annually for almost no one to tune in to watch Rosie Barton go on romantic strolls with her platonic boyfriend Justin Trudeau, to ask him the tough stuff, like what do you want to be when you grow up.

Taxpayers have paid for these two columnists hundreds of times over already.

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