Waterloo City Councillor, Tenille Bonoguore, apologized Sunday evening after flipping the bird at anti-lockdown protesters earlier that day.
Several hundred people attended a protest, dubbed the ‘True North Freedom Assembly,’ at the Waterloo Public Square on June 6, to hear speeches from various speakers like Maxime Bernier, leader of the People’s Party of Canada (PPC).
On April 1st of 2020 these cities likely began receiving their funding from the Reaching Home program (agreement date began April 1, 2020 for many recipients). Shortly after the agreement came into place for most cities the province of Ontario updated their list of businesses that would be closing effective April 4th, 2020 to include a much broader range of businesses.
The federal government spent $8,664,524 in its failed campaign for a seat on the United Nations (UN) Security Council.
The Ford government has extended their emergency measures until Dec. 1, 2021. This means that parliamentary approval won’t be required as the Ford government makes decisions that affect the lives and livelihoods of millions of Ontarians. It also likely means another lockdown is on the way in the late fall/early winter (if optics allow for it).
An open letter from the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) titled “let small businesses open now,” has been sent to Ontario Premier Doug Ford, calling on him to immediately begin reopening the economy to save thousands of businesses from being forced to shutter their doors permanently.
During an interview on the radio show and Podcast “On Point with Alex Pierson” Dr. Byram Bridle, an Associate Professor on viral immunology at the University of Guelph brought up new peer-reviewed studies that suggested that the vaccine may cause infertility, be passed through breastmilk to a suckling baby and that the spike protein which has long been known as a pathogenic protein can cause damage if it gets into our blood’s circulation – something Dr. Bridle said we now “have clear cut evidence” is occurring.
A motion calling it irresponsible for the government to call for an election during the pandemic has been adopted by MPs last week by a vote of 327-1 with 9 MPs not voting on the motion.