0.8% Covid Fatality Rate in Ontario – putting Covid in context

This problem isn’t only today’s problem – it’s an issue that must have the future health of our nation included in the decision making process. The health of our nation’s future seems to be an afterthought in the fight against Covid from all levels of Government.

Trump’s pardons: did not include “Tiger King” Joe Exotic

Tiger King Joe Exotic’s team was so confident he would be pardoned and released from prison that they waited 14 hours for nothing.

Instead, the now former President pardoned former Trump campaign chairman Steve Bannon, rappers Lil Wayne and Kodak Black.

“Looming drug shortages,” Ontario’s doctors warn due to COVID

Ontario’s doctors are warning of drug shortages due to “COVID cases skyrocketing and hospital admissions rising.”

The Ontario Medical Association is suggesting ways governments can fix these problems before they get worse.

End the Lockdown now, former Chief Medical Officer of Ontario speaks out – The chronicles of MPP Roman Baber

For a Premier that ran on the slogan “we are open for business”, he seems adamant about preventing any debate that would lead to business being open again. This is a democracy Mr. Ford – it’s time to start acting like it.

Ontario MPP writes Premier Ford “the lockdown is deadlier than Covid” – “Ontario’s hospital capacity is better than pre-pandemic”

“the lockdown is deadlier than Covid” – “Ontario’s hospital capacity is better than pre-pandemic” Roman Baber for York Centre wrote to the Premier.

Ontario to increase workplace inspections during Covid-19

Beginning this Saturday and Sunday, approximately 50 ministry inspectors, as well as local bylaw and police officer, will be visiting big-box stores in Toronto, Hamilton, Peel, York and Durham. The government blitz will focus on ensuring workers and patrons are wearing masks, maintaining physical distance, and following “every health and safety measure.” The question that needs to be answered is – will people with exemptions have them honoured?

CISA aware of compromises of U.S Government agencies and critical infrastructure after SolarWinds hack

CISA is aware of compromises, which began at least as early as March 2020, at U.S. government agencies, critical infrastructure entities, and private sector organizations by an APT actor. This threat actor has demonstrated sophistication and complex tradecraft in these intrusions. CISA expects that removing the threat actor from compromised environments will be highly complex and challenging. This adversary has demonstrated an ability to exploit software supply chains and shown significant knowledge of Windows networks.

Bite-resistant clothing company reports record sales as violence against teachers soar

As violence against teachers increases around the world, BitePRO’s bite-resistant clothing is supplying educators an aid in the workplace while reporting record sales of their products.

Premier Ford “there will be soon some really dark days ahead, some turbulent waters – but we will get through this”

Premier Ford has declared a second provincial emergency under s 7.0.1 (1) of the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act (EMPCA).