Essential business earns only 10-15% of income compared to pre-Covid – Government restrictions to blame

Pet retreats, they’re where you take your furry loved one when you have a hockey tournament, a vacation, a date with the slopes or for many other travel-related reasons – but what happens when the travel trickles to a halt? What happens when your business is deemed “essential” and you don’t qualify for any government handouts?

The bills remain the same – but the profits for many small businesses have dropped to mere fractions of what they were during “pre-pandemic” levels as a result of our Government’s Covid measures.

“Dollarama is essential to low-income folks,” people react to Ontario’s essential goods regulation

Dollarama is essential for low-income families and now they may not be able to afford to buy the products they need. Sites like Amazon charge an arm and a leg for the same products you buy from the dollar store.

54% of Canadians within $200 of insolvency

According to the MNP Consumer Debt index – 54% of Canadians are within just $200 of financial insolvency. The blog from MNP says that “As pandemic-related government aid and loan deferral programs begin to wind down, the latest MNP Consumer Debt Index finds the number of Ontarians hovering close to financial insolvency has reached a five-year high.”

*Legal challenge* Constitutional challenge against Saskatchewan’s ban on 10 person outdoor gathering limit

The Justice Centre has filed a constitutional challenge in the Saskatoon Court of Queen’s Bench on behalf of two individuals who were fined while attending a peaceful outdoor protest that exceeded Saskatchewan’s 10-person outdoor gathering limit.

Family Kitchen in Leamington defies lockdowns and opens up – large crowd gathers in support

The Family Kitchen in Leamington Ontario defied Premier Ford’s lockdown orders on Tuesday, April the 6th when they opened up their doors for indoor dining to a large crowd that had amassed on less than 24 hours notice.

The Curious Case Of High ICU Occupancy – But Not From Covid.

What I found curious were Windsor and Niagara, two different hospitals near or at max ICU occupancy but yet their occupants consist of individuals that are not suffering from Covid. . As you can see from the data below 103% occupancy at Niagara with only

Not As Advertised: Alberta is going Nuclear — but is it worth the cost?

Premier Jason Kenney is looking to create jobs, diversify the economy and cleaner power for remote communities with Nuclear SMRs — but it’s sort of a facade — read to find out why.

The Case Of Texas, What They’re Doing and Why It Matters.

In case you are unaware, recently, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott removed all Covid-19 restrictions including masking and the closure of businesses.

Lockdowns don’t work – unless your goal is destroying Canadians futures

As we head into another 28-day lockdown courtesy of Premier Ford I’m reminded of two things. The first thing I’m reminded of is the literature published on August 1st of 2020 in the Lancet stating that lockdowns don’t work. Secondly, I’m reminded of the numbers coming out of Texas that show that Covid numbers have fallenContinue reading “Lockdowns don’t work – unless your goal is destroying Canadians futures”

Over 40% of vaccine deaths reported since 2000 occurred in 2021 – VAERS CDC

Upon reviewing the CDC’s Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) Diverge Media discovered that over 40% of vaccine related deaths reported to the system since the year 2000 have occurred in 2021 – 40.79% to be exact. We found the data by selecting the year died under section 1 and under event characteristics we selectedContinue reading “Over 40% of vaccine deaths reported since 2000 occurred in 2021 – VAERS CDC”