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.

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).

*Opinion* “I’ve Had Two Kids In Lockdowns” Enough With The Ideocracy Open Up

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).

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”

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.

Premier Ford and Christine Elliott were fined 10% of annual ministerial salaries for failure to issue budget by deadline – Auditor Generals Annual Report

Remember when – Ford was really angry at the Auditor-Generals Annual Report? It turns out he had good reason to be – it pointed out some major blunders – including not having a budget prepared in time. Now you may be thinking – why haven’t I heard about Ford and Elliott being fined? That’s a goodContinue reading “Premier Ford and Christine Elliott were fined 10% of annual ministerial salaries for failure to issue budget by deadline – Auditor Generals Annual Report”

Mask exemptions – what you need to know

There are many reasons to not wear a mask as detailed by the Ontario Human Rights Code. Many of these are not visible.

Newborn baby given Covid test without parental permission – the hospital visit from hell

Imagine turning around to see your newborn with a nasal swab up her nose to test for Covid – when you explicitly stated no to that exact scenario. Well it happened…

Exposing the COVID narrative — setting the record straight

This article will reveal how the government is manipulating the data to suit their narrative. A narrative that is pitting neighbors against each other, keeping families from seeing each other, and is putting our future at risk through its constant attacks on small business.