Will there be an ambulance available when you call 911? Actions have consequences and in the case of the union that represents the paramedics of Windsor-Essex, the decision to place 18 qualified paramedics on unpaid leave due to their COVID vaccination status has brought on a great deal of concern about their ability to reach residents who call 911 in need of an ambulance.
Just run your small business is the advice from Jen Hewson – the owner of Take Back Your Health in Springfield, Ontario.
“Stepping outside of the whole narrative and operating in your good conscience in how you will always run your business is to accept all and any people. I mean at the heart of it it’s just being a good human and secondly it’s just good business practice. Your not going to turn away someone who has money to give you right?
A 4th year French and History Undergraduate named Cecilia Di Benedetto has written McMaster University indicating that the universities new Covid-19 vaccine mandate for students “is wrong” and that she does not support it. In her letter to McMaster Cecilia wrote that she is considering ending her degree over it. The born and raised Hamiltonian wrote that “a University must be a place of open debate and dialogue” and hear all sides before taking a firm stance on any issue and as far as she can see, “no such debates or public inquiry have taken place.”
“After reading the Pfizer documents that were submitted to the FDA especially section 8.3.5 which is labelled “exposure during pregnancy or breastfeeding and occupational exposure. We have decided that we believe in the health and safety of our customers beyond all else.” He continued “since the vaccine companies are openly studying the side-effects on women who are around those that are vaccinated – even if they aren’t themselves vaccinated. We ask that if you have received a Covid vaccine within the past 28 days to please order online through our website for curbside pickup and delivery.”
JC contacted Diverge Media today to inform us that he had been fined on May the 1st for $880 under the reopening act for exercising outdoors. So we met JC outside of Bluevale Collegiate in Waterloo where he was fined for using their outdoor exercise equipment or FIT facility and got his story. You canContinue reading “Fined $880 for working out – outside”
“It’s become this perfect storm because as a grower in the greenhouse industry right now we’re already struggling with let’s be honest – the fallout of the pandemic. A huge amount of our market clientele are restaurants. And the example that I use is when you go to a restaurant and you’re ordering a dinner a lot of times you’ll order a side salad while you’re sitting down to eat but if you’re ordering takeout your not going to order that side salad.”
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.”
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?”
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…
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”