A large gathering of lockdown protesters gathered in Simcoe, Ontario on April 10, 2021, to have their voices heard that lockdowns are not the answer and do not work. Ontario MPP Randy Hillier was one of the keynote speakers of the day.
Premier Jason Kenney is looking to create jobs, diversify the economy and cleaner power for remote communities with Nuclear SMRs — but it’s sort of a facade — read to find out why.
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.”
Three weeks after BuzzFeed acquired HuffPost from Verizon Media, they have announced HuffPost is being downsized in a “restructuring effort aimed at stemming financial losses.”
Mid-Tuesday, it was announced that HuffPost Canada would shutter all operations later this month. All publication has come to a halt and all articles will exist as an online archive.
Last week, Canada Post announced they would be sending 13.5 million postage-paid postcards to every household in Canada.
But what if we sent them to the Prime Minister of Canada?
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.
Agoraphobic tendencies are on the rise — and its due to public health guidelines like social and physical distancing measures.
A protest of roughly 75 gathered outside the Red Deer, Alta. courthouse Wednesday in support of the Whistle Stop Café in Mirror who has defied public health orders and stayed open with in-person dining.
Eight months after a CAF report showed disturbing and horrific conditions within Ontario’s long-term care homes — the Ontario Medical Association is telling Doug Ford that he must act immediately “to end the humanitarian crisis ravaging Ontario’s long-term care homes.”
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.