Canada to give up health sovereignty to unelected W.H.O? W.H.O to make global pandemic treaty with 190 nations

So, when reading between the lines, we can see that the treaty will be legally binding and enforce compliance with health responses through a regular review process. This means if Canada signs the treaty we will be forced to provide details of our health systems and our people to an unelected outside regulatory body that will no longer be an outside regulatory body if this treaty is adopted as planned.

Perhaps this sounds a bit extreme – but this is exactly what Health Ministers from around the world are calling for. In fact, the Ministers writing in the BMJ wrote that “we need to share data, samples, technologies, and benefits.” They write that “a new instrument could potentially include a multilateral framework for sharing surveillance and monitoring data, genetic data and pathogens.” In essence, if the Ministers get their way, it sounds like the COVID nanny state the world has become accustomed to will be here to stay forever.

More gun-control laws coming into effect for Canadians – Despite Liberals failed gun safety record

It shouldn’t be surprising to Canadians that the Liberal Party has continued to double down on their failed gun-control measures.

Especially when you consider that they brought representatives from what I would deem gun-control extremist groups to be present for the announcement.

The Coalition for Gun Control group for instance, has a whole page of myths and facts that attack law-abiding gun owners while offering up zero – I repeat zero links to any supporting evidence. You would think if you were making statements like “there are higher rates of gun death and injury in rural areas because of the higher rates of gun ownership” the least you would do in support of your argument is offer a link to an article or perhaps even better – an official government report.

Rail system in Canada “has to be much more reliable than it is today” – Expert rips apart state of Canada’s rail network

Mr. Masterson began his speech to the committee by stating that “Canada’s chemistry industry is the third-largest manufacturing sector in the country and the second-largest rail shipper.” He noted that every day the industry ships 550 railcars – that’s over 4,000 cars a week—and they do that 52 weeks a year. The Canadian rail industry as a whole is a revenue behemoth for the government of Canada and in 2019 had a total operating revenue of over $15 billion dollars.

Digital ID, touchless borders and Canada’s partnership with the World Economic Forum

Touchless borders and a digital ID in Canada in our near future sounds like something out of a dystopian sci-fi thriller – unfortunately, it’s all too real and no one seems to be paying any attention.

As the “I support the thing” crowd chases whatever new narrative the media dangles in front of them, the most pressing issues of our time aren’t being discussed. In an age where much of the global populace has access to information at the touch of a screen, why haven’t people grasped the concept that governments around the world are seeking to make major changes in their day-to-day lives?

Is it Time for a New National Energy Plan?

Is it time for a new national energy plan? Hasn’t Covid and the current crisis taught us that we need a nationalistic approach to our basic needs?

Diverge Media contributor Gillian Davis writes.

The Prestidigitation of Justin Trudeau’s Government

Some refer to him as “Teflon Trudeau” because nothing seems to stick.  What is really impressive about the magic of Justin Trudeau, is his ability to make criticisms disappear and opposition impotent. 

Trudeau should heed his own words – “when governments fail to respect peoples rights we all end up paying”

When it came to justifying the Omar Khadr payout ($10.5 million), the Prime Minister not only used political rhetoric that he thought would save him in the moment, he also set himself up to show Canadians just how truly empty and hollow he is.

Russia uses “denazification” of Ukraine as justification for invasion

In perhaps what is one of the most asinine claims ever made by a world superpower, Putin’s government is claiming that “denazification” and “demilitarization” is the reason for the invasion of the Ukraine.

A Tale of Two Blockade Protests

ustin Trudeau has presented two entirely different fronts in his governments handling of the rail blockade protests that took place in 2020 and the Freedom Convoy protest that is currently underway in Ottawa.

In this article, guest columnist Gilly Davis exploits the Prime Minister’s hypocrisy and lays it bare.

Trudeau’s Covid narrative is crumbling

The Freedom Convoy in Ottawa is calling for an end to all Covid mandates and restrictions in Canada and that has resonated with people not only in Canada but from all around the world. Trudeau has had to deal with a lot of noise (both figuratively and literally) caused by the convoy in Ottawa these past few weeks – that being from the incessant honking from the truckers camped near the Parliament building.

However, until recently he hadn’t had to deal with any noise from within his own party. Insert the member of Parliament from Louis-Hébert, Quebec.