Samuel Helguero

Contributor/Author in The Post Millennial



Articles/Stories written by Samuel Helguero: 9

EXCLUSIVE: The military ambitions of the 2020 Conservative leadership race

A critical look behind front runner platforms and a policy of military intervention that has cost billions, left thousands dead, and helped sew global instability.

Samuel Helguero

Alberta reforms could mean fewer and weaker unions in UCP bid to 'silence' opposition

The bill coincides with plans by the United Conservative Party to remove limits on third party election spending.

Samuel Helguero

EXCLUSIVE: Into the party line of 2020’s Conservative leadership race

A critical look behind front runner platforms and the economic doctrine that may have cost billions, Canadian lives, jobs, and an energy sector spiraling out of control.

Samuel Helguero

Worker deaths, government crackdown on dissidents, and criminal investigation surround Canadian mines in Latin America

In Putaendo, a city of Chile, hundreds of police and military personnel, reportedly “armed to the teeth,” flooded its streets to supervise extractive activity. Unlike other regions, Putaendo has no large-scale mines. It has, however, been eyed by a Canadian junior for preliminary exploration.

Samuel Helguero

'Getting at the wound itself': Canadian cities confront surging police funding

The COVID-19 epidemic threw Vancouver into a deficit that demanded cuts to social services. “Everybody else was taking hits” so just before George Floyd was killed, its Councillors supported a one percent cut to the police.

Samuel Helguero

RCMP officers 'add another level of fear' for workers in their six-month battle to protect their pensions and jobs

Dead rabbits on their doorsteps. Spouses being stalked; their pictures taken in their yards and communities. Bomb threats that police kept secret. Now workers have been getting regular visits from the RCMP.

Samuel Helguero

There’s been decades of class warfare—Now, the chickens are home to roost

Problems of democracy cannot easily, by their nature, be solved democratically. Instead, times come, as they have in Hong Kong and America, when the tree of liberty must be refreshed with the blood of patriots and tyrants.

Samuel Helguero

The 'revolving door' between Ontario's PCs and the for-profit seniors care industry worst hit by coronavirus

Conservative politicians and insiders routinely turn from the party and government payroll to cashing in on for-profit long-term care. Likewise, the for-profit lobby has given at least $340,477 in political donations to the Ontario PCs since 2007.

Samuel Helguero

EXCLUSIVE: Children traumatized in Canadian detention centres

For an eight year-old girl with a violent background, 48 hours of detention in Canada was enough to prompt their development of selective mutism.

Samuel Helguero