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.
Near the end of today’s Ontario press conference Ontario Premiere Doug Ford got sidetracked and promoted Tim Hortons’ new real eggs after talking about a senior couple’s good deeds leaving Tim Hortons’ gift cards on public benches for people in need.
An Ontario resident has started a proposed class action in Quebec against Montreal-based company MindGeek alleging that it has profited off of child sexual abuse material and non-consensual content since as far back as 2007.
With the recent events at Adamson Barbecue in Etobicoke, Ontario, Broderick Visser writes that an estimated 160,000 to 225,000 small businesses could close permanently due to COVID-19 lockdowns and closures.
I support the general essence of the movement — If supporting the movement means liberty, rights and freedoms, upholding the Charter, and unifying behind those that fight for the Charter — then yes I support the Line’s movement. However, upon a recent interview with Lamont Daigle, I was left uneasy about whom was acting as the ambassador for the civil liberties group.
3,000 people gathered at Dundas Square on Saturday to protest their governments unconstitutional handling of COVID-19. Protestors marched down Young street on Saturday — shutting it and other roads down for over an hour while being escorted by police the entire march.