“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.””

Western University students raise concerns over anti-cheating program “Proctortrack”

University of Western Ontario (UWO) students say an anti-cheating program called ‘Proctortrack,’ is “invasive,” and it “poses a massive security risk for students’ privacy.”

This isn’t the first time concerns have been raised about the software…

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VIDEO: A constitutional right to protest — 3,000 protest at Dundas Square in Toronto on Saturday

3,000 people gathered at Dundas Square on Saturday to protest their governments unconstitutional handling of COVID-19. Protestors marched down Young street on Saturday — shutting it and other roads down for over an hour while being escorted by police the entire march.

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“We’re going to take the streets,” says Lamont Daigle of The Line Canada | Dundas Sqaure protest in Toronto

“We understand that The Charter of Rights and Freedoms — section 2C says that we are legally allowed to peacefully protest with no problems.” — Lamont Daigle

Pastor Henry Hildebrandt’s speech at Dundas Square in Toronto on Sept., 26, 2020

Pastor Henry Hildebrandt from The Church of God in Aylmer, Ont., was one of speakers at The Line Ontario’s protest in Toronto at Dundas Square today.

Pastor Hildebrandt has been a key person standing up for Canadian’s religious freedoms as per the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

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Netflix experiences surge in cancellations amidst “Cuties” controversy

According to @AntennaData on Twitter, Netflix US has experienced five times the amount of subscription cancellations in five days that they would normally see in just one month due to the ‘Cuties’ backlash.

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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.

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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.

Two million strong — petition seeks to shut down Pornhub

Pornhub generates over 42 billion visits to its site annually and has no safe guards to protect vulnerable women and children against being exploited for profit.

This is one of the many reasons why Laila Mickelwait has founded a petition to shut it down and it has gathered over two million signatures.

77-year-old couple have their chins up despite isolation due to COVID-19 and comorbidities

Living in isolation has been difficult and presented a unique set of challenges for this elderly couple.

In-spite of all that they have remained positive and feel “fortunate.”