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.
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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.
FORD’S LETDOWN: Failed Ontario licence plates increased costs by 26 per cent
Remember when Doug Ford repeatedly promised the redesign for Ontario’s licence plates wouldn’t cost taxpayers a single penny more?
Well, he lied — surprise, surprise.
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.
Covid-19 by the numbers Ontario vs Florida, Texas and Nevada
As the province of Ontario begins to allow for a very small proportion of society to open up today, I believe it’s time to revisit the Covid-19 numbers in Florida, Texas and Nevada – all states that are open without restrictions and have been holding live indoor sporting events. Then, we will draw a comparison between the data sets and ask the question – is it still appropriate to be closed here in Canada?
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.
MPP Belinda Karahalios criticizes the Ford government for seeking 7 more months of emergency powers
Karahalios took shots at the Ford government Thursday for seeking to extend emergency powers for an additional 7 months the same day it announced its reopening plan.
“What the government gives the people with one hand, it certainly takes with the other.”
TIME-LAPSE: Toronto’s ‘Worldwide Rally for Freedom’ march gathers 6,000 – 8,000 people
6,000 to 8,000 people marched the streets of Toronto, Ont., on Saturday, May 15, 2021, demanding an end to lockdowns and other COVID restrictions.
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