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%.
Monthly Archives: February 2021
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
Reduce MPP’s wages to CERB level until they end lockdowns – Bill to be introduced by Ontario independent MPP Roman Baber
Removed from Premier Ford’s PC party, for speaking out against lockdowns, now independent MPP Roman Baber has once again found himself at the centre of attention. This time he’s introducing a bill that would cut Ontario MPP’s wages to the same rate as the CERB benefit….
Trudeau government funded report discusses use of ‘Rolling Blackouts’ to conserve energy and need for a ‘Green Energy Revolution’
A recent report from Canada’s Future Skills Centre (funded by the Canadian government) talks of a future ‘Green Energy Revolution,’ that could result in the ‘use of rolling blackouts’ and / or ‘social pressure to conserve energy by 2030.
Immune support capsules to be tested against COVID-19 – Montreal Heart Institute study
The trial, run by The Montreal Heart Institute says “The main aim of this study is to determine the effects of short-term treatment with hesperidin on COVID-19 symptoms in comparison with a placebo.” The release says the “treatment effects will be observed through a symptoms diary that will be completed by participants throughout the study and by taking the oral temperature daily.”
Gun owners targeted again as Prime Minister Trudeau Introduces “New firearms measures” – would allow municipalities to introduce by-laws that restrict storage and transportation
Learn about Prime Minister Trudeau’s new “gun safety measures”…
Agoraphobic tendencies on the rise due to social and physical distancing measures
Agoraphobic tendencies are on the rise — and its due to public health guidelines like social and physical distancing measures.
Ontario returning 27 public health regions to new COVID response framework
The Ontario government is transitioning twenty-seven public health regions out of the shutdown and into a revised and strengthened COVID-19 Response Framework. The remaining four regions will remain in the shutdown with a stay-at-home order.
“Yesterday’s Gone” report says “May be a shift to global workforces implications for tax policy” – funded by government of Canada’s Future Skills Centre
There may be a shift to global workforces, with implications for tax policy – according to this report funded by the Government of Canada’s Future Skills Centre.
AUDIO: Tillsonburg Pastor talks on why he will continue to hold services regardless of restrictions
Tillsonburg Pastor of Faith Presbyterian Church, Steve Richardson says he will continue to hold services regardless of government restrictions and fines. He talked with Diverge Media Tuesday regarding the state of church in the western world and says that the government is deciding what’s right and not right — regardless that schools and churches have the same safety and risk factors.
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