A valid question regarding the Reopening Ontario Act resulted in a fiery exchange between Roman Baber and the Solicitor General of Ontario this week.
Monthly Archives: April 2021
*Opinion* Overrun hospitals are not a Covid issue – the problem is not new
We have allowed our politicians to create a moral panic. The most important thing in our society is now Covid. All other matters of public concern now pale in comparison to Covid. Overrun hospitals have been an ongoing issue for many years and now the fault is being squarely placed on the shoulders of “selfish Canadians” who dare speak out against an ever involving narrative that has continually shifted the goalposts.
NY Post updates article after incorrectly identifying victims of a prior gas leak as COVID deaths instead
The New York Post received criticism after using a photo of an unconscious woman from a 2020 gas leak in their article on the COVID situation in India.
Greenhouse overwhelmed with support after taking to social media – their story highlights a growing problem
“It’s become this perfect storm because as a grower in the greenhouse industry right now we’re already struggling with let’s be honest – the fallout of the pandemic. A huge amount of our market clientele are restaurants. And the example that I use is when you go to a restaurant and you’re ordering a dinner a lot of times you’ll order a side salad while you’re sitting down to eat but if you’re ordering takeout your not going to order that side salad.”
Dr. Steven Innocente speaks out against PCR testing at Stratford NML protest
At a ‘No More Lockdowns’ protest in Stratford on Sunday, April 25, several doctors spoke out.
One of those doctors — Steven Innocente, spoke out on PRC testing and the issues with it.
Dr. Innocente has a Ph.D. in Molecular Biology and studied genetics and cancer at McMaster University. After receiving his doctorate, he moved to Edinburgh, Scotland to study yeast for ten years. He then returned to Kitchener-Waterloo to open his own microbrewery called Innocente Brewing Company.
“We are seeing the court System, the entire system here is breaking down” – Derek Sloan at No More Lockdowns rally in Chatham
“We have never been in a situation before where the government has on a broad scale mandated that businesses must close. It is crazy and you know one of the questions I received this morning was “well isn’t this dangerous?” Frankly, go to a local Costco – you’ll see more people in there than there are here. The rules make no sense. We’ve had enough months to see the results of these rules, they don’t make sense. Keeping the healthy at home helps nobody. This is an absolute disgrace.”
“Concerns involving over 200 scientists” – worries of foreign influence
In a Senate hearing held on Thursday, April 22, 2021, Dr. Michael Lauer, the Deputy Director of Extramural Research at the National Institute of Health in the United States testified that “As of April 2021” more than 90 awardee institutions had been contacted “regarding concerns involving over 200 scientists.”
Sorry Seems to be the Hardest Word – for Doug
By: Hazar Alsabagh of Sunday Preach in Collaboration with Diverge Media. You can follow Hazar on Twitter here. Comments about this article can be directed to Hazar at firstname.lastname@example.org. Ontario Premier, Doug Ford, announced on Friday, April 16, stricter restrictions in an effort to manage and contain the COVID-19 cases in the province. He extendedContinue reading “Sorry Seems to be the Hardest Word – for Doug”
Randy Hillier’s speech at Peterborough protest interrupted when police ticket Maxime Bernier
Peterborough police charged Hillier today with a fine which he calls a “worthless ticket,” that he would use as wallpaper for his house.
Police attempted to arrange to give Hillier a ticket in advance or even after the event so it would make it easier for them — Hillier refused.
*Opinion* Thanks for the Crocodile tears Premier Ford
The Premier said, “I want all of you to know that I will always try to what’s right and that means if we get something wrong or make a mistake we’ll fix it as soon as we can like we did this past weekend.”
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