MP Derek Sloan announces political party that will challenge CPC and PPC for votes

In a Twitter video, Derek Sloan is shown at an Alberta rally speaking about a “movement” that he can’t say much about — including “the name” of it.

“It’s going to start burning here and it’s going to spread and it’s going to be the greatest patriotic movement Canada has ever seen.”

“No Jab, No Tab” — Oakville entertainment venue repeals vaccination status policy after backlash

A live entertainment venue in Oakville, Ont. have repealed a policy that would have made patrons provide proof of vaccination in order to sit indoors.

StatsCan Report: Majority of COVID deaths were seniors who had severe health problems

A “disproportionate share” of COVID deaths were seniors 65 years and older and a majority of deaths between 2020 and 2021 consisted of elderly individuals above the age of 85 who had a variety of health issues.

Canadian government defends interchanging vaccines after warning from WHO

By: Broderick VisserWritten: 2021-07-13 Canada is doubling down on their decision to mix COVID-19 vaccine doses after the World Health Organization (WHO) called it a “dangerous trend” this week. Canada is among a handful of countries who is allowing people to get a different type of vaccine for their second dose if their first doseContinue reading “Canadian government defends interchanging vaccines after warning from WHO”

Poilievre: “We did it!” Bill C-10 fails to pass senate before they closed doors for summer

On July 3, 2021, Pierre Poilievre announced in a social media video that Bill C-10 has not yet been passed before the Canadian Senate closed its doors for the summer.

CTF slams expensive gun buyback bill, ‘doesn’t make Canadians safer’

The Canadian Taxpayers Federation is calling on the federal government to cancel the gun buyback in response to a PBO report that estimated the cost of compensating gun owners could reach $756 million.

Payette & other former governors-general pensions to cost Canadians $18.7 million

The CTF estimates pensions for five living former governor generals will cost Canadians more than $18 million if they continue to collect them to the age of 90.