A protest of roughly 75 gathered outside the Red Deer, Alta. courthouse Wednesday in support of the Whistle Stop Café in Mirror who has defied public health orders and stayed open with in-person dining.
Our death rate when we calculate for 10% of the Canadian population being infected means that roughly 3.8 million Canadians have been infected with COVID-19 and 20,909 have died with COVID-19.
This would make our infection fatality rate closer to 0.55% (20,909 divided by 3.8 million x 100) within Canada. With over 70% of those deaths coming from Long-term care and retirement homes, it makes almost no sense why we are doing this to our nation.
Bill Burr essentially predicted Superbowl LIV’s finalists in an interview from mid last year with The Herd.
The Financial Services Regulatory Authority of Ontario has put out a news release stating that “Scott Satov and Loans Canada are not licensed to conduct mortgage business in Ontario.”
Near the end of today’s Ontario press conference Ontario Premiere Doug Ford got sidetracked and promoted Tim Hortons’ new real eggs after talking about a senior couple’s good deeds leaving Tim Hortons’ gift cards on public benches for people in need.
38% of Canadians polled supported the outright suspension of rights and freedoms granted under the Charter for the duration of the “pandemic.”
Are workplace inspections becoming the movie “Pre-Crime” but with today’s COVID twist?
How much are we willing to abandon for the sake of security?
For Diverge writer Broderick Visser, It’s nothing.
In the survey, they ask if the survey taker would support the suspension of civil rights and freedoms for the duration of the pandemic. That’s right whoever commissioned this poll wants to know if you support the draconian overreach of the government.
Read this article to find out all the questions that were asked!
It’s an award that that is still steeped in prestige – the Top Employers award. A badge of honour that employers proudly display and flout – here is the list of Saskatchewan’s top employers winners for 2021;
Ontario has announced that it’s providing an additional 381 million dollars to school boards through the Safe Return to Class Fund. The province says that the “money will be used to further protect students and staff and support online as well as in-person learning.”