Saskatchewan, Alberta soon to lift all public health orders — Ontario still has no plan to drop mask mandates

While Ontario still has no plan to completely repeal mask mandates — western provinces like Alberta and Saskatchewan will be lifting health restrictions by early to mid-July.

Waterloo City Councillor Tenille Bonoguore apologizes after flipping the bird to anti-lockdown protesters

Waterloo City Councillor, Tenille Bonoguore, apologized Sunday evening after flipping the bird at anti-lockdown protesters earlier that day.

VIDEO: Maxime Bernier on the impact lockdowns have on small businesses in Canada

Maxime Bernier took a few minutes to speak with Diverge Media’s Greg Staley at the ‘World Wide Rally For Freedom’ in Toronto last Saturday, May 15.

“You have Costco that can be open and a lot of people use Costco — but they cannot go to their local store. So it’s unfair it is unjust and it’s killing the economy — it’s killing the small business,” said Bernier.

VIDEO: Trinity Bible Chapel Pastor Jacob Reaume’s speech at No More Lockdowns Waterloo

On May 9, 2021, crowds gathered at Waterloo Town Square to protest lockdowns and restrictions placed upon Canadians.

Pastor Jacob Reaume told the crowd “The mercy of the wicked is cruel and the mercy of this government is cruel – how many lives have they destroyed in the name of mercy?”

Pastor Jacob Reaume, a man who has been in the news quite often, spoke at the event — telling the crowds his church is “liable for $50 Million in fines.”

“ICUs aren’t overwhelmed:” Roman Baber takes shots at Ford Government

In a recent post from Ontario MPP Roman Baber, he breaks down just a taste of the real stats and information surrounding Ontario Hospital’s Intensive Care Units (ICUs).

Canada cannot afford free post-secondary education — NDP’s election promise

Jagmeet Singh wants to forgive up to $20,000 in debt for those with student loans. They are also looking to eliminate student loan interest and make post-secondary education free — That’s his election promise.

But Canada can’t afford that.

Not with more than $1 Trillion of debt.

WE Charity’s Kielburger brothers had direct correspondence with Senior Advisor for PM’s office – WE scandal grows

READ AND WATCH: The Kielburger brothers were in testifying under oath Monday, March 15, 2021 regarding the WE Charity scandal. They were questioned heavily by many members of parliament including Pierre Poilievre, Charlie Angus and others.

While testifying, the Kielburgers claimed there was no role of Senior Advisor for the PMO, Ben Chin, and that they never had direct contact with Chin regarding the shaping of the summer student grant program.

It’s time the government rip off the bandaid that is “caring for our health”

With lockdowns causing rising mental health issues, missed cancer screenings and life-saving surgeries — it’s time we rip off the government bandaid that is “caring for our health.”

Canada’s Tesla — Will the ‘Maple Majestic’ EV be welcomed with open arms?

Canadian vehicle company AK Motors has recently unveiled a concept car for their new brand “The Maple Majestic.” This EV and potentially hybrid vehicle is designed to adapt better to the harsh conditions that come with Canadian winters — something that other EV’s haven’t fully adapted to yet.

But will it be a first-place contender or a huge wreck for the Canadian automotive industry?

Release jailed pastor and end religious persecution! JCCF asks Alberta Premier Kenney

JFFC has asked Alberta Premier Jason Kenney to release James Coates and rescind the health orders of the Chief Medical Officer.

Coates has been jailed for exercising his Charter freedoms of conscience, religion, association and peaceful assembly.