Premier Kenney speaks common sense on Covid: “It’s time for media to stop promoting fear”

By: Greg Staley Written On: 2021-07-29 Photo screen grabbed from Premiers video. The Premier of Alberta, Jason Kenney was recently asked by a journalist if he wanted to take his comments back about the Stampede being the first major event to happen in Canada “after the pandemic”. The journalists asked the Premier the following; “Premier,Continue reading “Premier Kenney speaks common sense on Covid: “It’s time for media to stop promoting fear””

StatsCan Report: Majority of COVID deaths were seniors who had severe health problems

A “disproportionate share” of COVID deaths were seniors 65 years and older and a majority of deaths between 2020 and 2021 consisted of elderly individuals above the age of 85 who had a variety of health issues.

Canadian government defends interchanging vaccines after warning from WHO

By: Broderick VisserWritten: 2021-07-13 Canada is doubling down on their decision to mix COVID-19 vaccine doses after the World Health Organization (WHO) called it a “dangerous trend” this week. Canada is among a handful of countries who is allowing people to get a different type of vaccine for their second dose if their first doseContinue reading “Canadian government defends interchanging vaccines after warning from WHO”

Canadian politics needs more transparency and accountability

At the end of the day, I feel like an old man trapped in a young man’s body. I’m yelling at the walls here! Canadians can’t seem to hold their public officials accountable these days. How many ethics violations is that now Prime Minister Trudeau? Canadians need to be adamant about holding our politicians accountable and that starts by being aware of their actions and monitoring their decision-making with that knowledge in mind. I know many are just trying to live their lives and don’t want to be “bothered with politics.” The issue is, if you don’t bother with politics – politics starts to bother you. It already has and I’ll prove it by using one word – Covid.

Ontario moves to Step 3 of roadmap – don’t get too excited

Today, the Premier of Ontario announced that Ontario would be moving into stage 3 of the roadmap to reopen on July 16th. This is an important step for Ontarian businesses who have watched their profits hemorrhage because of government Covid policies that forced them to close their doors or drastically limit the number of customers they could serve – but don’t get too excited face masks and social distancing are here to stay awhile.

The Data the Canadian Media Ignores – Hospital, ICU and All Cause Mortality Comparisons during Covid-19

Were Australians rewarded for their “sacrifice?” If Canada had remained opened without a mask mandate like Sweden what would’ve happened? Did our lockdowns prevent people from ending up in hospital? Did our restrictions prevent excess deaths like our politicians and media doctors have so often claimed? Were all of the business closures, cancelled surgeries, overdoses and suicides that resulted from these measures worth it? Did these measures save more lives than they took?

Why I’m Cheerleading the Delta Variant on to Become the Dominant Variant – It’s Less Lethal

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).

Ontario government to Invest $4.9 Billion over 4 years to Hire 27,000+ LTC Staff

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.

Ontario returning 27 public health regions to new COVID response framework

The Ontario government is transitioning twenty-seven public health regions out of the shutdown and into a revised and strengthened COVID-19 Response Framework. The remaining four regions will remain in the shutdown with a stay-at-home order.

London, Ont. teen’s death classified as “COVID-related” — no autopsy due to quick burial

Yassin Dabeh died suddenly and was buried the following day. It will remain unknown wjether the 19-year-old died as a result of COVID-19 or due to other means.