I’ll be short and to the point – the Delta variant is the real-life equivalent of the man behind the curtain in the Wizard of Oz. Instead of a man behind a curtain, however, we have politicians merging their interests with the field of medicine. Not that Canada isn’t familiar with political interests merging where they shouldn’t (insert media bailout here).
Premier Ford’s government announced that Ontario is redeveloping and expanding Water’s Edge Care Community, a long-term care home in North Bay. It is expected to house 160 long-term care residents. Premier Ford then took the opportunity to announce that his government will be investing $4.9 billion over 4 years into long-term care.
On July 3, 2021, Pierre Poilievre announced in a social media video that Bill C-10 has not yet been passed before the Canadian Senate closed its doors for the summer.
“a concern and a threat” and that it’s “more common here and elsewhere than people think” and he also remarked that “this matter is not new.”
On June 22nd at 1:30 in the morning, the Liberal Government of Canada passed the controversial bill C-10 (196-112) with help from the Bloc and NDP and one vote from the Green Party. The bill is now on Its way to the Senate for approval. On June 22nd at 1:30 in the morning, the Liberal Government of Canada passed the controversial bill C-10 (196-112) with help from the Bloc and NDP and one vote from the Green Party. The bill is now on Its way to the Senate for approval.
On June 17th, 2021, Derek Sloan, the independent MP from Hasting-Lennox and Addington held a press conference to raise concerns about the censorship taking place within the scientific and medical communities in Canada. Mr. Sloan began, “those of you watching this today may not be aware that several weeks ago I issued a call for whistleblowers to our medical and scientific communities across this country. Doctors, nurses, medical scientists and other experts have indeed reached out to me through various channels to tell me their stories.”
Candice Bergen commented on Trudeau’s failed mask theatre while Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was off in the UK for the 47th G7 Summit.
“Well Mr. Speaker, what a weekend our Prime Minister had in the UK, hobnobbing with the rich and famous. He seemed to have forgotten his mask a few times…”
On April 1st of 2020 these cities likely began receiving their funding from the Reaching Home program (agreement date began April 1, 2020 for many recipients). Shortly after the agreement came into place for most cities the province of Ontario updated their list of businesses that would be closing effective April 4th, 2020 to include a much broader range of businesses.
The federal government spent $8,664,524 in its failed campaign for a seat on the United Nations (UN) Security Council.
The Ford government has extended their emergency measures until Dec. 1, 2021. This means that parliamentary approval won’t be required as the Ford government makes decisions that affect the lives and livelihoods of millions of Ontarians. It also likely means another lockdown is on the way in the late fall/early winter (if optics allow for it).