Canada one step closer to United Nations UNDRIP? – Second reading of bill C-15

UNDRIP or the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples is at the core of bill C-15. The bill says that it is “An Act respecting the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples” – but what does it seek to do?

Covid lockdowns kill business, your job and your future – Canadian Survey on Business Conditions, first quarter 2021

The daily, which is a part of Stats Canada released a survey on March 5th on how business owners felt about the current business climate under the government’s draconian Covid-19 restrictions and what they expect in the future – the results were harrowing. The losses are big Over two-fifths of all businesses (41.8%) and almost three-fifths (56.4%)Continue reading “Covid lockdowns kill business, your job and your future – Canadian Survey on Business Conditions, first quarter 2021”

German physician calls COVID-19 hype and an “alleged” epidemic – formerly ran his own hospital with flu diseases monitoring system

Here’s what the German physician said “I would like to tell you something about the coronavirus epidemic that we are allegedly having right now. First, I thought this hype is going to end again, but it has increased so much and we finally have to start taking a closer look.”

Toronto’s Medical Officer, Dr. Eileen De Villa’s husband has financial relationships with major vaccine manufacturers – is this a conflict of interest?

From June 12-13 there was an event held titled the CVUPDATE/2020 – the CV referring to cardiovascular. Although Dr. Eileen De Villa’s husband’s name is scrubbed from the symposiums agenda – you can still find Dr. Richard Choi mentioned in the pdf from the event that is now circulating it’s way around the web and even in a video on the events website.

“I will never get my children tested again, I can guarantee you of that” – Forced to isolate for 24 days

What started with Laura’s son staying at their Grandmothers led to her family being forced to isolate for 24 days. After the visit, Laura’s mom became sick (fatigue) and went to get tested (strongly suggested by work) and found out she had a positive PCR test. This led Laura to get her son tested…

Is this the post-pandemic economy? Income for motor vehicle manufacturing down massive 45.8% with retail sector down 17.8%

According to Stats Canada’s fourth-quarter financial report, the income from the retail sector, manufacturing sector, petroleum and coal manufacturing, the food and beverage stores industry, exports of motor vehicles and parts and the motor vehicle and trailer manufacturing all showed income losses in the fourth quarter.

Canada aligns poverty reduction strategy with UN’s SDGs – Goal #1 “End poverty in all its forms everywhere”

In 2018, the Government of Canada committed to reducing poverty through what they called the “Opportunity for All – Canada’s First Poverty Reduction Strategy.” The first report on “Canada’s progress” was tabled in parliament yesterday by Ahmed Hussen the Minister of Families, Children and Social Development – but what did Canada commit to in their poverty reduction strategy?

Face-masks cause harm – a review of scientific reports of harms caused by face masks, up to February 2021

A researcher at the Ontario Civil Liberties Association, Denis Randcourt has released a working paper reviewing scientific reports of harms caused by face masks. Denis Randcourt is also a member scientist of PANDA which says that they consider explanations that allow them to count the human costs of COVID-19 globally.