Tim Hortons has a new culinary lead, let’s hope he does great things and improves the menu for customers — he definitely has the experience.
Monthly Archives: December 2020
Legal psychedelic therapy arrives in Alberta after ground-breaking Health Canada decision
CALGARY, AB — The SYNTAC Institute, an Alberta-based non-profit organization dedicated to bringing legal psychedelic-assisted therapy to Canadians has been granted the first announced approval from Health Canada for an Alberta-based patient facing terminal cancer.
Your rights under the Re-opening Ontario Act
The Re-opening Ontario Act and others like it throughout the country have given Canadians the ostensible view that their rights are on hold – that the emergency powers supersede their rights. This couldn’t be further from the truth – but we understand how the draconian actions that we’ve been beholden to would cause you to question the aforementioned statement.
Thousands of aquaculture jobs to be lost as DFO Minister flipflops her opinion on B.C. salmon farms in the Discovery Islands
Above feature photo from Kaitlin Guitard’s Facebook page. By mid-2022, all salmon farms in the Discovery Islands of British Columbia B.C. will have to be closed. Currently, there are 19 salmon farms located in the Discovery Island region — with nine that are already empty. Regardless, all 19 farms will have their licenses renewed forContinue reading “Thousands of aquaculture jobs to be lost as DFO Minister flipflops her opinion on B.C. salmon farms in the Discovery Islands”
Change the Covid testing to prove people are actually infectious – a template for health officials and politicians
Hello, I’m sending you this letter to request that you advocate for changes in the Covid-19 testing. I ask that whether it be antigen testing, PCR testing, or any other form of testing, that all positive results from here on be sent off to a lab to confirm that they are actually infectious and thereforeContinue reading “Change the Covid testing to prove people are actually infectious – a template for health officials and politicians”
What if we tested for influenza like we do Covid? A hypothetical exploration of the data
If we tested the same amount of individuals as we have for Covid – how many influenza “cases” would there be? In this article, we will use the weekly epidemiological reports from the 2019 flu season and 2020 to illustrate what the case numbers would look like.
What’s life really like in no-lockdown Sweden?
We examine what Sweden’s covid policies really look like and draw questions about Canada’s current approach.
Who declares what is essential? — In Brian Pallister’s Manitoba
What you think is “non-essential” could be essential to someone else.
When a dog owner needed balloons to keep their dog’s paws warm — they were told they were “non-essential.”
While the dog owner wasn’t happy to not be able to get balloons — they reminded people to “Be nice to people.”
Dr. Yaffi on “new” Covid mutation “No evidence to say the illness it causes is anymore severe or any different”
“That’s the theory of why we believe it’s more transmissible,” she said and then reiterated when she told Ontarians, “Minister Elliott said it would result most likely in more cases.” Add into the mix where Dr. Yaffi told Ontarians “At this point, there is no evidence to say that the illness it causes is any more severe or any different.”
Premier Ford and Christine Elliott were fined 10% of annual ministerial salaries for failure to issue budget by deadline – Auditor Generals Annual Report
Remember when – Ford was really angry at the Auditor-Generals Annual Report? It turns out he had good reason to be – it pointed out some major blunders – including not having a budget prepared in time. Now you may be thinking – why haven’t I heard about Ford and Elliott being fined? That’s a goodContinue reading “Premier Ford and Christine Elliott were fined 10% of annual ministerial salaries for failure to issue budget by deadline – Auditor Generals Annual Report”
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