Who declares what is essential? — In Brian Pallister’s Manitoba

What you think is “non-essential” could be essential to someone else.

When a dog owner needed balloons to keep their dog’s paws warm — they were told they were “non-essential.”

While the dog owner wasn’t happy to not be able to get balloons — they reminded people to “Be nice to people.”

The story of Family 2 Family and how they’re helping their community

This is the story of Family 2 Families. A not for profit helping those in Cambridge, Ontario.

“Last year I was doing it out of the trunk of my car before any of this came up. I was driving around with blankets, coats, pants, socks and I was going down to Bridges (shelter) opening my trunk and asking hey do you guys need any blankets, some pillows – what do guys need?”

Newborn baby given Covid test without parental permission – the hospital visit from hell

Imagine turning around to see your newborn with a nasal swab up her nose to test for Covid – when you explicitly stated no to that exact scenario. Well it happened…

Friday the 13th in Port Dover – 2020

Port Dover, Friday the 13th – After the crowds were urged by Norfolk County to stay away from Port Dover this Friday the 13th – they appear to have received their wish, mostly. Port Dover was still busier than usual on this past Friday the 13th – but a far cry from what crowds normally turnContinue reading “Friday the 13th in Port Dover – 2020”

Funeral worker blows whistle – Where are the COVID deaths, people can’t grieve properly

Disclaimer – The names and locations used in this story have been changed to protect the identity of the funeral home worker who came forward.  Diverge Media – spoke with an American funeral home worker who had many concerns about the current narrative surrounding COVID. This article highlights the various issues that she has encountered while onContinue reading “Funeral worker blows whistle – Where are the COVID deaths, people can’t grieve properly”

WATCH: People say if they think children should go trick-or-treating | Beat On The Street #1

This Halloween, Diverge Media decided to go out and ask people of the Kitchener-Waterloo region whether they think children should still be allowed to go trick-or-treating despite government officials telling people to do otherwise.

Church with Canada’s pastor — Henry Hildebrandt, The Church of God — Aylmer, Ontario

I then asked a more pointed question about why they think churches like to cite Romans 13 which says “let every soul be subject unto the higher powers. For there is no power but of God: the powers that be are ordained of God.”

“Police terror” — late night quarantine check in Flinton, Ont., called “disturbing.”

Above photo from Adobe Stock Images. Flinton, Ont. — A quarantine check executed at 1:24 A.M., by The Ontario Provincial Police’s (OPP), Central Hastings Detachment is being called “disturbing” by the father of the woman quarantining in Flinton, Ont., after she returned from international travels. “My 32 year old single daughter Bronwyn [redacted] is self-isolatingContinue reading ““Police terror” — late night quarantine check in Flinton, Ont., called “disturbing.””

MONTRÉAL PROTEST | “They (Québecers) tend not to trust their governments,” says Montreal protester

MONTRÉAL, QUÉBEC — More than 50,000 protested in the streets marching from the Québec Premiere’s office to the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s Montréal headquarters.

Québecers tend to be more patriotic — that’s what Diverge Media has noticed while covering various protests in Ottawa and the most recent one on Saturday, September 12, 2020 in Montréal, Que.

Click to read more and watch our interview with a protester.

CBC’s Biased Coverage: How CBC News covered the Montréal Protest

Over 50,000 patriotic Canadians marched through the streets of Montréal, Que., yesterday in protest of their governments handling of COVID-19.

For much time now, the CBC in Montréal have been under-reporting the sizes of the crowds at these protests and rallies. So organizers of the event decided to bring the event to them.