OMA: Ford must act immediately to end long-term care humanitarian crisis

Eight months after a CAF report showed disturbing and horrific conditions within Ontario’s long-term care homes — the Ontario Medical Association is telling Doug Ford that he must act immediately “to end the humanitarian crisis ravaging Ontario’s long-term care homes.”

Detecting Alzheimer’s markers up to 5 years before symptom onset – inside the Quebec teams research

The study led by the doctoral student Mohamed Raâfet Ben Khedher and postdoctoral student Mohamed Haddad, was directed by Professor Charles Ramassamy of the Institut national de la recherche scientifique (INRS), was recently published in the prestigious scientific journal Alzheimer’s & Dementia: Translational Research & Clinical Interventions (TRCI).

NBA legend Vince Carter launches scholarship in Toronto area – 25,000 dollars per student

Today, January 28th, was the day of the official launch of the Vince Carter Scholarship and Mentorship Program in the Toronto area. The program offers a 25,000 dollar per student scholarship and primarily targets high school students who have a passion for sports, music, film, fashion, broadcasting, media, science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). ThoseContinue reading “NBA legend Vince Carter launches scholarship in Toronto area – 25,000 dollars per student”

Health Canada approves portable Covid testing device – gives results in under 90 minutes

On September 25th, 2020 Health Canada granted approval for the Hyris bCUBE to be used for COVID-19 human testing. It had previously been used for surface testing. The press release by Songbird Life Science, the exclusive distributor of the Hyris bCUBE said that “this timely approval arrives as Canadians face rising COVID-19 cases and it supports the testing capabilities of provincial programs to meet demand.

“Wildly-Inaccurate” PCR testing protocols – Inside Hillier’s request letter

As stated in the Oxford Academic study titled “Correlation Between 3790 Quantitative Polymerase Chain Reaction–Positives Samples and Positive Cell Cultures, Including 1941 Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 Isolates,” only 3 percent of positive PCR test results cultured at 35 or more cycle thresholds was actually positive.

Analysis: Randy Hillier’s request for an expedited Federal Investigation into Scientific Fraud in Public Health Policies – part 1

The letter also points to a study from the JAMA network that showed the mortality of those mechanically ventilated that aged 18-65 and older than 65 was “76.4% and 97.2%, respectively.” That means that those aged over 65 in the study had a 97 percent likelihood of dying from the treatment for Covid – comforting.

London, Ont. teen’s death classified as “COVID-related” — no autopsy due to quick burial

Yassin Dabeh died suddenly and was buried the following day. It will remain unknown wjether the 19-year-old died as a result of COVID-19 or due to other means.

Randy Hillier Requests Expedited Federal Investigation Into Scientific Fraud in Public Health Policies

According to the letter, the lockdown measures originated from “the Order of Xi Jinping, General Secretary of the Chinese Communist Party and Were Propagated Into Global Policy by the World Health Organization With Little Analysis or Logic.”

0.8% Covid Fatality Rate in Ontario – putting Covid in context

This problem isn’t only today’s problem – it’s an issue that must have the future health of our nation included in the decision making process. The health of our nation’s future seems to be an afterthought in the fight against Covid from all levels of Government.

Trump’s pardons: did not include “Tiger King” Joe Exotic

Tiger King Joe Exotic’s team was so confident he would be pardoned and released from prison that they waited 14 hours for nothing.

Instead, the now former President pardoned former Trump campaign chairman Steve Bannon, rappers Lil Wayne and Kodak Black.