Canada aligns poverty reduction strategy with UN’s SDGs – Goal #1 “End poverty in all its forms everywhere”

In 2018, the Government of Canada committed to reducing poverty through what they called the “Opportunity for All – Canada’s First Poverty Reduction Strategy.” The first report on “Canada’s progress” was tabled in parliament yesterday by Ahmed Hussen the Minister of Families, Children and Social Development – but what did Canada commit to in their poverty reduction strategy?

Guaranteed Basic Income Bill has now been tabled in Canada – Bill C-273

The Liberal member of parliament from Davenport Toronto – Julie Dzerowicz has tabled a private members bill (C-273) that aims to “establish a national strategy for a guaranteed basic income.”

Face-masks cause harm – a review of scientific reports of harms caused by face masks, up to February 2021

A researcher at the Ontario Civil Liberties Association, Denis Randcourt has released a working paper reviewing scientific reports of harms caused by face masks. Denis Randcourt is also a member scientist of PANDA which says that they consider explanations that allow them to count the human costs of COVID-19 globally.

Canada’s Tesla — Will the ‘Maple Majestic’ EV be welcomed with open arms?

Canadian vehicle company AK Motors has recently unveiled a concept car for their new brand “The Maple Majestic.” This EV and potentially hybrid vehicle is designed to adapt better to the harsh conditions that come with Canadian winters — something that other EV’s haven’t fully adapted to yet.

But will it be a first-place contender or a huge wreck for the Canadian automotive industry?

Tech giants partner to trace online content – seek to develop standard to trace origin of online digital content

The technology would allow a content creator to “put their mark on their work and have that attribution accompany that piece of content across different platforms, hosts and stories” said Chief Product Officer of Adobe, Scott Belsky to an audience at Adobe MAX 2019.

*Analysis: Where do people get their news from on social media?

A Pew Research Center study titled “News Use Across Social Media Platforms in 2020” shines a light on where Americans were getting their news from on social media in 2020. The report also breaks gives some interesting insights into what social media platforms were most popular among Democrats and Republicans.

Unifor loves the idea of “Build Back Better” – advocate for list of very expensive items

Unifor, who represents more than 300,000 members is calling for “the federal government to prioritize improvements to income security, pandemic supports, industrial strategy, critical infrastructure, and public services in the union’s federal budget recommendations, with the goal to #BuildBackBetter from COVID-19.”

Release jailed pastor and end religious persecution! JCCF asks Alberta Premier Kenney

JFFC has asked Alberta Premier Jason Kenney to release James Coates and rescind the health orders of the Chief Medical Officer.

Coates has been jailed for exercising his Charter freedoms of conscience, religion, association and peaceful assembly.

Canadian Tire Corporation e-commerce sales up 183% in 2020 as others struggled due to Government lockdowns and policies

The Canadian Tire Corporation which includes Marks Work Warehouse, SportsCheck and Canadian Tire has seen an explosion in retail sales and online e-commerce sales. Retails sales when excluding petroleum were up 11% for the CTC – mainly driven by the retail sales of Canadian Tire growing by 17.6%.

VIDEO: “You’re being played” Former Minnesota senator, Doctor Scott Jensen goes off on COVID narrative:

A recent video from former Minnesota senator and Doctor, Scott Jensen shows him talking about changes from the World Health Organization (WHO) and CDC on inauguration day regarding PCR false positives.

“You are being played. Do you understand what is happening? You are absolutely being played,” said Jensen