Canada votes YES to “dangerous and divisive” Bill C-15/UNDRIP – Justice Centre report rips it apart

On Tuesday, May 25, 2021, Canada’s politicians voted in favour of the adoption of bill C-15 – a bill that will see Canada adopt the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP). The bill is now going to the Senate for consideration and passage.

All-Cause Mortality Canada 2020 – Number of deaths IS up

There was a total of 20,315 MORE deaths in 2020 compared to 2019. Many of these deaths came as a repercussion of our approach to dealing with Covid – not from Covid itself. Deaths as a percentage of the Canadian population was up .05% from 0.75% in 2019 to 0.8% in 2020.

All-cause deaths for 2020 for all age groups in Canada = 303,350

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.

Mandatory Masking 1.8% effective at best – Revisiting ONA court win against vaccine or mask policy

In the best-case scenario that the CDC presents masking is only effective at reducing mortality and case growth by 1.8 percent. All of the harm done to children over mandatory masking for 1.8% – at absolute best! All the headaches and lack of personal connection with one another over 1.8%.

*Opinion* Ford’s “Reopening plan” is a plan to fail Ontarians – Open your businesses now!

Make no mistake about it, Premier Ford’s “reopening plan” is nothing more than a plan to fail Ontarians. The Premier doesn’t care about your business, your job or your family and the veil that allows him to pretend as though he does care has worn thin – Ontarians are seeing right through him and his government.

COVID‐19 vaccines may sensitize vaccine recipients to more severe disease than if they were not vaccinated

vaccines for SARS, MERS and RSV have never been approved and the data generated in the development and testing of these vaccines suggest a serious mechanistic concern.” They added that “this risk is sufficiently obscured in clinical trial protocols and consent forms for ongoing COVID-19 vaccine trials”

Liberal Minister of Environment and Climate Change “very pleased” with Conservative Party Leader Erin O’Toole’s endorsement of carbon tax!

During the Standing Committee on Environment and Sustainable Development that took place today, May 17th, 2021, Liberal Minister of Environment and Climate Change Jonathan Wilkinson said he was “very pleased a few weeks ago to see the Conservative Party actually endorse a carbon tax and a clean fuel standard. So I welcome the Conservative Party actually coming to the party.”

Dan Kelly CFIB President “We’re really close to a societal breakdown” – 1 in 5 Ontario businesses expected to close due to lockdowns

Mr. Kelly warned that the government’s actions are leading to a “growing sense of anger” and that the government has to watch that. The President of the CFIB said “we’re really close to a societal breakdown here where people are going to take action into their own hands.

“Resign” Premier Kenney says former UCP Caucus Chair Todd Loewen

Todd Loewen announced yesterday, May 13th, 2021 that he would be stepping down from his position as the United Conservative Parties Caucus Chair. He did this so he could “speak freely” about Premier Kenney and ask that the Premier “resign” so that “we can begin to put the province back together again.”

Premier Kenney on why Alberta can’t be open like Texas or Florida

Despite what Mr. Kenney would have us believe, many of the states that have opened are doing just as well as the states who have remained more cautious and kept their restrictions in place. The Case fatality rate from Covid-19 is higher in the United States in general so lets not use that as our justification to stay closed Premier. In fact, Utah is open and has a 0.52% CFR – so clearly you hand selected the data you referenced.