6,000 to 8,000 people marched the streets of Toronto, Ont., on Saturday, May 15, 2021, demanding an end to lockdowns and other COVID restrictions.
On Thursday, Federal MP Derek Sloan (Hastings-Lennox & Addington) and Ontario MP Randy Hillier have, in collaboration, each demanded: “that their respective levels of government convene a ‘Royal Commission of Inquiry’ into the decision-making process surrounding vaccines, lockdowns and all other COVID-related restrictions.”
A survey from ADP Canada and Angus Reid has revealed that many Canadian workers — including those working remotely — are paying a “COVID Tax” — the number of additional hours they are working since the start of the pandemic.
Last summer when Nurse Practitioner Kristal Pitter from Tillsonburg, Ont., began to speak out against harmful measures that were being implemented in response to COVID, she began to be defamed by various media outlets calling her things like a ‘conspiracy theorist’.
At a ‘No More Lockdowns’ event on Saturday, Derek Sloan, MP for Hastings-Lennox & Addington spoke on current politicians and their actions during the lockdowns.
“He doesn’t genuinely believe in any of the things he claims, be it feminism, climate change, democratic reform, or this. He is an empty vessel,” said McKenna’s husband, Scott Gilmore.
In November, he was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease called
‘Ankylosing spondylitis.’ For Cook, it has caused his neck to permanently fuse and it means he has next to no motion in his neck. He has also had his thyroid cancer screening cancelled due to COVID.
A valid question regarding the Reopening Ontario Act resulted in a fiery exchange between Roman Baber and the Solicitor General of Ontario this week.
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.
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.