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Apr 19 09:49

Martial Law coming to Canada Soon

Apr 18 10:59

Gym Owner Details Constant Harassment by Canadian COVID Police State — 16 Visits, No Fines

By Nicholas West

It’s a difficult time to be an entrepreneur with a physical location that can be held hostage by the ever-changing COVID restrictions and requirements. It's even more difficult when you can be harassed physically, as an increasing number of people are getting visits from police as the COVID crackdown ramps up even further in Canada.

Well-known Canadian martial arts academy, Tristar Gym, based in Montreal, has long been a pillar of the worldwide professional MMA community. Its owner, Firas Zahabi, has been the trainer of champions, including most famously UFC champion Georges St-Pierre. Nevertheless, according to Zahabi, his decades of notoriety don’t seem to be helping as a confluence of events has resulted in his business and employees enduring constant harassment...

Apr 18 08:11

Ontario goes communist: Checkpoints at borders, Churches restricted, playgrounds closed

Using modeling predictions that have historically proven to be unreliable, the government of Ontario added two more weeks to the already month-long stay-at-home order while burdening citizens with additional restrictive measures that include a 10-person limit at church services, cracking down on travel, closing playgrounds, and stepping up enforcement of rules already in place.

“We have implemented the strictest measures in all of North America,” Premier Doug Ford said this afternoon during a press conference at Queen’s Park where he announced the measures that come into effect on Saturday, April 17 just after midnight.

Places of worship will be capped at a maximum of 10 people indoors, beginning Monday.

Apr 18 07:43

Canada on alert as Russia military moves into Arctic

Apr 18 07:06

TORONTO RESIDENTS NOT ALLOWED OUT OF THEIR HOUSES ANYMORE!! DOUG FORD ANNOUNCEMENT WTF!!

Apr 17 08:18

Tucker: Canada sending COVID positive travelers to 'internment' facilities

Apr 17 07:12

British Columbia: One Dead, Three Neurologically Disabled, ‘Numerous’ Reactions from Vaccine in Tiny Indigenous Village

One patient died, two suffered anaphylactic reactions, three have ongoing disabling dizziness, muscle weakness, and chronic pain, and “numerous” patients developed allergic reactions after they received a first dose of Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine given to 900 mostly Indigenous people, according to a local doctor who works in the tiny Fraser Valley village of Lytton, British Columbia.

“I have been quite alarmed at the high rate of serious side effects from this novel treatment,” family doctor Charles Hoffe wrote in an April 5 letter to British Columbia Provincial Health Officer Bonnie Henry.

A 72-year-old patient with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) but no underlying cardiovascular disease complained of being continually more short of breath after receiving a first dose of Moderna’s experimental COVID vaccine, and 24 days after the injection, died “very suddenly and unexpectedly,” the letter said.

Apr 13 06:36

Is Trudeau Handing Control of Vancouver International Airport Over to Communist China?

Rumors are rife that Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will turn control of the Vancouver International Airport over to Communist China this week.

Count on Canadian mainstream media, who won’t be reporting on it, tagging all rumors as “conspiracy”.

We already know that Trudeau’s Liberal Government forces all travellers coming to Canada through airports including Toronto’s Pearson International Airport into government-sanctioned hotels for quarantine due to the Covid-19 virus. (Measures in place in response to COVID-19)

“What They Own In Canada
We already know that Communist China has large stakes in, or owns outright, much of Canada’s coastline and harbor lands.

Apr 12 07:06

Multiple Businesses Vandalized After Anti-Curfew Protest in Montreal Turns Into Riot (VIDEO)

Canada – Multiple businesses were vandalized after an anti-curfew protest turned into a riot in Montreal, Quebec Sunday night.

François Legault, the Premier of Quebec, announced Quebec’s Covid-19 curfew will be pushed up from 9:30 PM to 8:00 PM beginning Sunday due to rising Covid cases.

Apr 12 07:06

“The Shock Troops Are Coming!” – 200 Heavily-Armed Canadian Police Deployed to Edmonton Church to Harass Christians (VIDEO)

This has nothing to do with a virus.

200 heavily-armed Canadian police were sent to GraceLife church in Edmonton to harass Christians.

Apr 10 11:51

Oh Those Masks? They’ve Been Poisoning You Too. Canada Recalls Masks Over Lung Damage Concerns

CBC reported last week in “Potentially toxic masks distributed in schools and daycares in Quebec”:

“One model of mask distributed to Quebec schools and daycares may be dangerous for the lungs as they could contain a potentially toxic material, according to a directive sent out by the provincial government on Friday…”If you have this type of mask in stock, we ask that you stop distributing them and keep them in a safe place now,” the provincial government says in the directive that was sent by three ministries: education, families and higher education.”

Apr 10 07:49

Canada To Censor "Hurtful" Comments About Politicians, Implement Internet Kill-Switch

..but, constituents to remain fair game for abuse from party apparatchiks.

A colleague forwarded me the text of an article from Blackrocks Reporter, which covers Canadian politics from Ottawa, our capitol.

It’s a report on Federal Heritage Minister Steven Guibeault’s ongoing vendetta against non-conforming political speech on the internet, in which he’s calling for censorship of “hurtful” comments against politicians and implementation of an internet killswitch to facilitate it.

Apr 09 05:29

53% Of Canadians On Brink Of Insolvency

53% of Canadians are on the verge of insolvency and are $200 or less away from not being able to pay their monthly bills and obligations, while 25% took on more debt during the pandemic, according to a new survey by MNP.

The news comes as Canada's MNP consumer debt index hits a five-year high, and is a 10-point jump from a December survey, according to Bloomberg.

"The anxiety Canadians are feeling about making ends meet - or already unable to do so - tells us we may eventually see an avalanche of households falling behind on payments or defaulting on loans, mortgages, car payments or credit cards," said MNP president, Grant Bazian, in a Thursday report, which noted that government support programs which were meant to be temporary have alleviated the pain to some degree.

Apr 09 05:15

Watch: Diners Chant "Get Out" As Health Officials Try To Shut Down Restaurant

A video out of Vancouver shows diners chanting “get out!” as health officials try to shut down a restaurant that opened in violation of COVID-19 lockdown laws.

The clip shows a pair of health officials talking to Corduroy Restaurant owner Rebecca Matthews as she tells the bureaucrats they are trespassing before asking them to leave.

At first, the health officials refuse to leave but their behavior soon changes when the rest of the diners begin to chant “get out!”

Apr 06 09:27

So CANADA is paying people to lie about COVID!

Apr 06 04:42

Tucker Carlson: Canada’s COVID internment camps violate ‘the most basic human rights’

Fox News host Tucker Carlson took aim at Canada’s policy of quarantining travelers in “designated facilities” — hotels the pundit called “internment camps.”

“What if your next-door neighbor suddenly went dangerously insane and started holding people hostage in his house?” asked Carlson.

“Canada, the land mass directly to our north and our single largest trading partner, with whom we share the longest international border in the world, took a dramatic move towards legitimately dangerous authoritarianism,” he continued. “Yes, Canada.”

Apr 02 07:45

Canada has quite a house price problem

Mar 31 09:14

Father jailed after referring to biological female child as his daughter

There is a man in Canada who can only be alluded to as He Who Shall Not Be Named, the father to a child who is undergoing gender transition. For the sake of natural justice, it is important to speak this man's name. He is now the Canadian state's prisoner of conscience.

The warrant was issued by a judge for the arrest of a father after calling his biological female child his "daughter," and referring to her with the pronouns "she" and "her." The father was found to be in contempt of court.

The father is a father to a gender non-conforming biological female 16-year-old who identifies as transgender and prefers the use of male pronouns. The father has repeatedly called this person his daughter, though the court has forbade it.

Mar 31 01:48

Mystery brain disorder baffles Canadian doctors

Doctors in Canada are concerned they could be dealing with a previously unknown brain disease amid a string of cases involving memory loss, hallucinations and muscle atrophy.

Politicians in the province of New Brunswick have demanded answers, but with so few cases, experts say there are far more questions than answers and have urged the public not to panic.

For more than a year public health officials have been tracking a “cluster” of 43 cases of suspected neurological disease in the province with no known cause.

Residents first learned of the investigation last week after a leaked memo from the province’s public health agency asked physicians to be on the lookout for symptoms similar to Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease – a rare, fatal brain disease caused by misformed proteins known as prions.

“We are collaborating with different national groups and experts; however, no clear cause has been identified at this time,” said the memo.

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Mar 31 01:22

Undeniable fact: “Carbon Dioxide” is NOT a “pollutant” but a Giver of Life

Dear Prime Minister,

Presumably, you’ve welcomed the Supreme Court’s ruling on the “carbon tax”.

It never fails to amaze me how “climate change” is being equated with “carbon dioxide” (commonly referred to simply as “carbon”) or even termed “carbon pollution.” In fact, carbon dioxide (chemical symbol “CO2”) is the substance that is absolutely vital for all life on Earth!

The ruling only mentions “carbon” and “pollution.” That’s simply more misunderstanding, confusion, and “politics.”
Yes, “climate change” has been going on (up and down) ever since this planet came into existence. Just 22,000 years ago, the whole eastern part of Canada was covered with a 1 to 3 km thick sheet of ice. Since then, over a period of around 15,000 years, it just melted away with natural “climate change.”

Mar 30 03:34

New NORAD Warfare Strategies And Canada’s Role In The Great Game Revisited

As relations between the USA and Russia continue to fall ever deeper into the abyss, and as China’s Belt and Road Initiative continues to evolve deep into the Eurasian Arctic via the Polar Silk Road, a new era of potential for cooperation as well as nuclear war awaits humanity. The decisions made over the coming months will determine which of those two opposing destinies are selected.

For the time being, things are looking bad.

On February 5, 2021 the Canadian press was lit abuzz with the headline NORAD Modernization to Dominate Agenda of Canada-U.S. Defence Relations citing various military think tanks and ivory tower game theorists who should be kept as far from any actual policy making circles if the world is going to survive beyond the coming decade.

Citing the recent Biden-Trudeau meeting which featured a long discussion about Russian-Chinese aggression and Arctic defense, Andrea Charron (head of Manitoba’s Centre for Defence and Security Studies) states:

Mar 29 05:31

One person is killed and five are injured after mass stabbing at Vancouver library

One person is dead and at least six people have been wounded in a mass stabbing at a Canadian library.

Police say 'multiple victims' were stabbed within and outside Lynn Valley Library, in North Vancouver on Saturday afternoon.

At least six victims were taken to the hospital with stab wounds and and one person has been confirmed dead, Global News reported.

The suspect has been taken into custody and it is believed he acted alone, according to police.

Mar 29 05:20

North Vancouver Stabbing Suspect Arrested

Mar 25 05:20

PM Trudeau Says 'New Variants are Being Developed' When Asked About Current COVID Threat

Mar 24 16:51

Father of trans teen to be kept in jail after speaking to press about resisting hormone injections for his child

A Canadian man, involved in a legal battle over his right to object to hormone treatment for his teenage trans child, has reportedly been jailed and denied bail for violating a gag order banning him from discussing the story.

Robert Hoogland was denied bail by the Vancouver Supreme Court on Friday and will remain in the North Fraser remand prison, according to news website the Post Millennial. He was arrested this week for contempt of court, due to his continued violation of an order restricting his speech regarding his transgender child. Hoogland fought a lengthy battle, defending his right to have a say in whether life-changing hormone therapy may be offered to a minor without parental consent.

Mar 23 06:14

Railroad megamerger would create the first Mexico-US-Canada freight rail network

Two of North America's largest railroad companies announced a merger Sunday that would connect freight customers to Canada, the United States and Mexico on a single network for the first time in history.

Canadian Pacific (CP) agreed to purchase Kansas City Southern (KSU) in a deal worth about $25 billion after discounting $3.8 billion of KCS debt that Canadian Pacific will take on. It would combine two of the industry's fastest-growing rail companies at a time when online purchases have soared, overwhelming ports and delaying shipments.

The companies said in a statement that the deal would help them become more competitive. That could become increasingly important as the USMCA -- the revised NAFTA trade deal between the United States, Canada and Mexico -- takes hold. The combined company would operate 20,000 miles of rail, employing nearly 20,000 people and generating annual sales of about $8.7 billion.

Mar 23 05:17

Cops PRESSURED by health authority to ticket Full Gospel Outreach Church in Saskatchewan

The Full Gospel Outreach Centre church in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan was levied a $14,000 fine in October. It was, at the time, the largest lockdown ticket issued, for failing to force the congregants attending services to wear masks.

The Full Gospel Outreach ministers to Prince Albert’s inner city residents, who are often homeless, substance addicted and suffering from extreme poverty. Part of the mission of the church involves a clothing bank, delivering meals and helping people escape the streets and the captivity of their vices. The church doesn’t have a lot of money and what they do have goes to the most needy.

Mar 22 15:08

Now they are going to start flying migrants to red states “near the Canadian border”?

What a nightmare. -- Biden insists that the “challenge” on the border is not his fault, but some migrants are openly telling reporters that they would not have come if Donald Trump was still president…

Mar 20 13:22

Invasive Weed Found to Kill off Cancer Cells, Prevent Type 2 Diabetes

The plant's extracts seem to be promising sources of antioxidant, anti-diabetic, and antitumor agents.

Introduction of invasive species can adversely affect a habitat if unidentified or mistreated, causing ecological, environmental, and economic damage in the process -- however, it doesn't always have to be that way. New research has shown that an invasive plant called Andropogon virginicus, a weedy grass native to the southeastern United States which has made its way to Canada, Australia, and Japan, might be actually used to benefit humans.

"Although A. virginicus has been considered a harmful invasive species without economic value, its extracts are promising sources of antioxidant, anti-diabetic, anti-tyrosinase, and antitumor agents," says paper author Tran Dang Xuan, associate professor in the Transdisciplinary Science and Engineering Program in the Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering at Hiroshima University.

Mar 20 13:08

Toronto lockdown czar’s husband has ‘financial ties’ to Pfizer, AstraZeneca

The woman who has kept a city of nearly three million people in one of the strictest government “lockdowns” of North America — Eileen de Villa — is married to a doctor with financial ties to two of the leading COVID-19 vaccine manufacturers.

The Medical Officer of Health for the City of Toronto where many businesses have been shuttered since Oct. 9, and citizens have been confined by a stay-at-home order since Jan. 13, is married to a Toronto cardiologist who listed COVID-19 vaccine manufacturers Pfizer and Astra-Zeneca among his “financial interests” at an online medical panel discussion on Jun. 12, 2020.

Mar 20 01:02

Misgendering kids and preventing transitioning can constitute child abuse, B.C. Supreme Court rules

Courts have ruled in favour of a teenager who wants medical treatment in his gender transition, despite the opposition of his father, in a ruling that grants trans kids more legal rights and protections.

Last month the B.C. Supreme Court ruled that a teenager, with the support of multiple doctors and health-care workers, can start hormone therapy even though his father thinks he’s not mature enough to make such a decision.

The father appealed the decision on March 4.

Legal experts say the decision will have an impact on the responsibilities of parents by altering family law. It means parents need to respect their kids’ chosen gender, pronouns and name. It also sets a precedent for transitioning youth across the province, suggesting that seeking medical assistance is a health decision and not a political or moral one that a parent can stop.

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Mar 19 09:19

Science: It’s the lockdowns causing “excess deaths,” not coronavirus

Stats Canada estimates that in 2020, there were an estimated 296,373 deaths in Canada. This number is 13,798 deaths above and beyond what “experts” would have expected had there not been an alleged “pandemic.”

“This is about 5% more deaths than expected in that period,” the report explains.

At the same time, there was a spike all last year in overdose deaths, for instance. Drug users who otherwise would have been involved in substance abuse treatment programs were no longer able to attend their meetings, resulting in unabated drug use that killed many of them.

Mar 13 07:21

CANADIAN DOCTORS SPEAK OUT: TOP REASONS NOT TO BE AFRAID OF COVID

Mar 12 11:06

Father Denied Custody of Children Over COVID-19 ‘Anti-Lockdown’ Beliefs

A terrifying ruling has been made in a child custody case which used the father’s beliefs over the COVID-19 pandemic to remove his children from his custody. The father used to have his children from Friday to Sunday in split custody. However, the court ruled the father’s beliefs about the pandemic are a danger to his children and he will now only be able to see them at a supervised government access center where he is required to abide by all the conditions imposed by the facility “as a precondition to access.”

Ontario Superior Court Justice George W. King said the man’s anti-masking beliefs, along with his participation in anti-lockdown protests were cause to remove the children from his custody.

Mar 10 12:07

Outbreak of DEATH occurs at Canadian nursing home following mass vaccination of patients and staff

The Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) is ravaging the Cottonwoods Care Center in British Columbia (BC), Canada, after both patients and staff members at the facility were mass vaccinated for the alleged disease.

Reports indicate that many at Cottonwoods are now falling seriously ill or dying due to the jabs, which the government and mainstream media continue to claim will “cure” the plandemic if only everyone would agree to get one.

Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry admitted during a press conference about the outbreak that getting stabbed for the Chinese virus does not actually do anything beneficial, and is actually just for show or for virtue signaling bragging rights.

Mar 09 07:25

Toronto lockdown czar’s husband has ‘financial ties’ to Pfizer, AstraZeneca

The woman who has kept a city of nearly three million people in one of the strictest government “lockdowns” of North America — Eileen de Villa — is married to a doctor with financial ties to two of the leading COVID-19 vaccine manufacturers.

The Medical Officer of Health for the City of Toronto where many businesses have been shuttered since Oct. 9, and citizens have been confined by a stay-at-home order since Jan. 13, is married to a Toronto cardiologist who listed COVID-19 vaccine manufacturers Pfizer and Astra-Zeneca among his “financial interests” at an online medical panel discussion on Jun. 12, 2020.

Richard Choi, the husband of de Villa, works at Riverside Clinic in Toronto. A moderator for the panel discussion he participated in described the panelists’ ties to pharmaceutical industries as “conflicts” and “disclosures,” and they were presented as “relationships with financial interests” on a slide presentation.

Mar 06 17:53

COVID TORTURE: Canadian medical group wants to imprison young children who might have been exposed to coronavirus

In the event that a child is sent home from school because a classmate tests “positive” for the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19), Peel Health of Canada wants that child to be isolated in solitary confinement away from friends and even family members for a full two weeks.

This was stated in new guidelines issued by Peel, which are already being condemned by watchdog groups as cruel and unusual punishment against innocent little ones, not to mention the fact that it is a completely unscientific suggestion.

“This is cruel punishment for a child, especially for younger children 4-10 years old,” says Dr. Susan Richardson, a microbiologist and infectious disease physician who is also a professor emerita at the University of Toronto, as quoted by The Sun.

“Shutting a child off from their parents and siblings for up to 14 days in this manner could produce significant and long-lasting emotional and psychological effects.”

Mar 01 20:40

Quarantine hotel in Toronto accused of running out of FOOD & WATER as guests let loose on staff (VIDEOS)

Quarantined travelers formed an angry mob in the lobby of a Toronto hotel after it allegedly ran out of food and bottled water, leaving guests waiting hours to be fed during their mandatory stay.

Canada's system of mandatory quarantine hotels for those entering the country from abroad are now in question, after a series of endless, chaotic setbacks including food shortages and even alleged sexual assaults.

Some of those experiencing the quarantines, which are mandatory for all incoming travelers for a minimum of three days and at a cost of up to Can$2,000, have documented the problems on social media.

Mar 01 08:36

In Canada, Blacks Are 4.5 Times as Likely as Nonblacks to be Homicide Victims

From the Toronto Star:

‘A pandemic of grief’: StatCan’s first-ever data on Black victims of homicide prompts calls for targeted trauma services

By Nadine Yousif Local Journalism Initiative Reporter
Mon., Nov. 16, 2020 timer 5 min. read

For the first time ever, Statistics Canada has released race-based homicide data that reveals a stark representation of Black Canadians among homicide victims in 2019, prompting calls for targeted mental health programming for members of the Black community.

StatCan’s 2019 homicide data, released on Oct. 29, shows one-third of homicide victims were visible minorities — 44 per cent of whom were identified as Black, yet Black people account for only 3.4 per cent of the Canadian population. This means Black people are 4.3 times more likely to be victims of homicide in Canada.

Feb 26 19:37

International travelers are walking out of Mississauga's Pearson Airport and ignoring quarantine rules

International travelers arriving at Mississauga’s Pearson Airport are bypassing new government hotel quarantine protocols by simply walking out of the airport or by choosing to take a fine.

Peel Police have confirmed they are not detaining or arresting people who leave the arrival area. As well, others who refuse to take the mandatory COVID-19 test or book the quarantine hotel upon arrival, are opting to receive a fine that is cheaper than the quarantine cost and then are released to go home. The fines are usually in the $820 range while staying at an approved quarantine hotel could cost up to $2,000.

Feb 25 15:48

Canada Gun Confiscation In the Coming Months?

This sounds like a dystopian fairy tale, but the reality is this is happening on the doorstep of the United States. Minister Blair made it clear why Prime Minister Trudeau is able to get away with it.

“GUN OWNERSHIP IN CANADA, IN THIS COUNTRY, IS A PRIVILEGE AND NOT A RIGHT,” MINISTER BLAIR EXPLAINED TO CANADA’S GLOBAL NEWS. IT’S A PRIVILEGE THAT’S PREDICATED ON THE STRICT ADHERENCE TO OUR LAWS, OUR REGULATIONS, AND OUR RESTRICTIONS.”

Feb 25 08:47

Mandatory mRNA Vaccination and PCR Testing Potentially Illegal

Much has been written on this topic and it would be difficult to summarize it all in one short article. Policies differ from place to place and so is social dynamic. I have been following the “pandemic”, the stats, the restrictions, the related requirements, and the official policies in several countries but here I would like to focus on Canada and the province of Ontario.

In Ontario, the pandemic crisis is managed by the Liberal federal government and the Conservative provincial government. Unfortunately, there is little, if any, difference between these governments, when it comes to the “pandemic” policies. New Democrats don’t stay far behind the two. All three are chirping in the same key. I am aware of some individual MPs and MPPs, as well as some specialists in related fields, who privately are critical of the official narrative but are afraid of political and professional consequences, if they take a stand publicly.

Feb 25 07:57

How do you do, fellow kids? Biden White House leaves followers baffled after tweeting out-of-touch meme with Canadian PM

The Biden administration has taken a popular meme and mutilated it, leaving what appears to be praise for Canada’s Justin Trudeau but which was hard to understand either way.

Biden’s White House Twitter account posted two images in a row captioned “How it started. How it’s going” on Wednesday. The first showed Biden and Trudeau walking side by side down a hallway lined with flags, apparently from Biden's term as Vice President under Barack Obama. The second featured a large screen on which Trudeau was projected, with Biden turned towards it, seemingly in mid-speech, clearly taken during the pandemic.

Feb 24 19:15

Chris Sky at Pearson Airport Refusing Covid Test and Quarantine.

This is how you assert your rights as a Canadian citizen. You can Refuse the test and quarantine. Don't waste time waiting in a 2 hour lineup.

A lot of people have been asking what happened to Chris after the video. Chris said the police were extremely polite and shook his hand. They then walked him to his vehicle where he got in to his car and drove home.

Feb 24 14:51

You've got mail, overflowing U.S. post office near Canadian border tells Ontario customers

The U.S. Postal Service (USPS) office in Ogdensburg, N.Y., says it's no longer able to hold on to an overflowing amount of Canadian mail — and customers north of the border are now scrambling to make alternate arrangements.

The office recently sent an email to its Canadian customers telling them that their PO box locations "have limited capacity to hold mail, including packages, for extended periods of time."

Canadians now have until March 15 to have someone get their mail, or it will be classified as "unclaimed" and returned to the sender.

Many people in eastern Ontario use postal boxes at the Ogdensburg post office to have items delivered that are usually only available in the United States.

Feb 22 07:54

Canada To Follow Australia's Lead In Charging Facebook For Links

After blocking links to all news content in Australia, Facebook has reportedly “friended” the country again by coming back to the negotiating table, at least according to Prime Minister Scott Morrison. That doesn’t mean that Mark Zuckerberg has dropped his objections to Austrailia’s pending legislation that would force the social media giant to pay for links to Australian news content, however. Neither side seems to be backing down at this point.

Australia may not be in this battle alone, though.

We’re learning this weekend that Canada is drafting a similar measure and basically daring Facebook to impose a blackout on them as well. (NY Post)

Canada is poised to take on Facebook, following the example set by Australia, which began a war with the tech giant when the country’s publishers backed proposed legislation demanding payment for their content.

Feb 16 08:31

Canada Buys Drones ‘Israel’ “Tested” on Palestinians

Canada is purchasing a “civilian” version of the Hermes 900 drone made by Israel’s largest privately-owned arms company, Elbit Systems, Electronic Intifada reported.

The deal which was announced in December by Canada’s transport ministry is worth $28 million.

As Israeli media reported, the Hermes 900 was first “tested” by ‘Israel’ during its 2014 war on Gaza, when it killed more than 2,200 Palestinians, including 550 children, in attacks that frequently obliterated entire families.

“The air force used the Hermes 900 in Gaza in the final days of Operation Protective Edge in the summer of 2014, even though it was still in the initial stages of being adopted by the IDF,” said the Globes, Israel Business News.

Aa a major weapons supplier to the Israeli military, Elbit was deeply involved in, and reaped huge profits from, that attack on Gaza.

Feb 16 07:58

Quebec: Falsification of Mortality Data Pertaining to Covid-19

According to a directive from Quebec’s Ministry of Health :

“If the presumed cause of death is Covid-19 (with or without a positive test) an autopsy should be avoided [emphasis in original document] and death should be attributed to Covid-19 as the probable cause of death. In addition, deaths whose probable cause is Covid-19 are considered natural, and are not subject to a coroner’s notice. “

The directive does not allow the counting of co-morbidities. And if the family of the deceased does not accept the Covid-19 categorization (which incidentally requires no PCR test), the autopsy request procedures are complex (almost impossible, two hospitals for the whole of Quebec, see document below).

This directive dated Thursday, April 16, 2020 was conducive to an immediate sharp increase in the number of deaths attributed to Covid-19: 44.9% of total deaths in Quebec are attributed to Covid-19 (week of 11-18 April 2020).

Feb 15 09:37

New NORAD Warfare Strategies and Canada’s Role in the “Great Game” Revisited

As relations between the USA and Russia continue to fall ever deeper into the abyss, and as China’s Belt and Road Initiative continues to evolve deep into the Eurasian Arctic via the Polar Silk Road, a new era of potential for cooperation as well as nuclear war awaits humanity. The decisions made over the coming months will determine which of those two opposing destinies are selected.

For the time being, things are looking bad.

On February 5, 2021 the Canadian press was lit abuzz with the headline NORAD Modernization to Dominate Agenda of Canada-U.S. Defence Relations citing various military think tanks and ivory tower game theorists who should be kept as far from any actual policy making circles if the world is going to survive beyond the coming decade.

Citing the recent Biden-Trudeau meeting which featured a long discussion about Russian-Chinese aggression and Arctic defense, Andrea Charron (head of Manitoba’s Centre for Defence and Security Studies) states:

Feb 11 13:33

Toronto man in forced “quarantine” comes forward about Canada’s coronavirus internment camps

This is what happened to 34-year-old Steve Duesing, who upon arriving in Toronto from Charlotte was told that he would have to quarantine for three days at a camp or be arrested and taken to jail.

“I’m in one,” the Scarborough man told the Toronto Sun, contradicting the official narrative that there are no internment camps for the Chinese virus in Canada.

“I was told when I arrived (at Pearson International Airport) Sunday night from Charlotte that it was either three days quarantine or go to jail,” he further explained.

Duesing says he was escorted via shuttle bus straight from the airport to a nearby Radisson Hotel, located on Dixon Road, where he was ordered to stay confined in his room, with guards perched outside to ensure he would.

“I am not allowed to leave the room,” Duesing indicated. “There is a guard at the end of the hall.”

Feb 11 09:49

New NORAD Warfare Strategies And Canada's Role In The Great Game Revisited

As relations between the USA and Russia continue to fall ever deeper into the abyss, and as China’s Belt and Road Initiative continues to evolve deep into the Eurasian Arctic via the Polar Silk Road, a new era of potential for cooperation as well as nuclear war awaits humanity. The decisions made over the coming months will determine which of those two opposing destinies are selected.

For the time being, things are looking bad.

On February 5, 2021 the Canadian press was lit abuzz with the headline NORAD Modernization to Dominate Agenda of Canada-U.S. Defence Relations citing various military think tanks and ivory tower game theorists who should be kept as far from any actual policy making circles if the world is going to survive beyond the coming decade.

Citing the recent Biden-Trudeau meeting which featured a long discussion about Russian-Chinese aggression and Arctic defense, Andrea Charron (head of Manitoba’s Centre for Defence and Security Studies) states:

Feb 11 07:07

Canada Backs Revival of Duvalierism in Haiti

The ghosts of dictators “Papa Doc” and “Baby Doc” Duvalier still haunt Haiti. Canada seems willing to support a return of their methods in the Caribbean nation.

Sunday will be bittersweet for many Haitians. February 7 is usually a day to commemorate the defeat of the Duvalier dictatorship, but this year the date portends the revival of Duvalierism.

After a multi month popular revolt the three decade-long Duvalier dictatorship fell on February 7, 1986. “President for life” Jean-Claude ‘Baby Doc’ Duvalier, who took over from his father at 19, was chased out of the country after 15 years.

Feb 10 15:45

Totalitarian Fascism, Concentration Camps, Imprisonment, Extortion, and Dictatorial Decrees Now the New Normal

Draconian does not fully describe the actions that are being taken by the state in this mass assault on the citizenry due to a non-existent ‘virus pandemic’ that is being used as a government false flag operation in order to gain total control of the people. This is not only an abomination, it is criminal evil prosecuted by the state without any regard of the people.

Feb 10 12:28

Canada to fund opposition in Belarus and names Russia and China its main enemies

Canada is changing its geopolitical intentions. Apparently, this country, which has always been passive in the face of American decisions, wants to take more aggressive positions on the international stage. The Canadian government recently announced that it will finance opponents against Lukashenko in Belarus and now the Canadian intelligence director has made a note regarding Moscow and Beijing as “the biggest threats to Canada”. Ottawa visibly wants to take more incisive actions in the international scenario, perhaps because it doubts Washington’s ability to guarantee its interests at the moment. However, the country has no material conditions to carry out its plans and may be taking positions which are complicated to maintain in the long term.

Feb 10 12:08

Canada's mandatory Covid-19 hotel stays are not ‘internment camps’ but they are costly forced detention

Since at least October 2020, some Canadians have been concerned about rumours of Covid-19 “internment camps.” In reality, there may be no barbed wire or gun turrets, but a number of travellers have experienced detention firsthand.

Last October, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was asked about this. His reply didn't address the specific claim at hand, instead he spoke generally of “noise and harmful misinformation on the Internet,” and bizarrely urged people to resist “people who would sow chaos within our communities and our democracy.” (I shudder to think which foreign interference he imagined.)

Earlier that month, Ontario member of provincial parliament (MPP) Randy Hillier had asked the province’s legislature about potential “internment camps,” referring to a federal government call for expressions of interest regarding “quarantine/isolation camps throughout every province and every territory in Canada.”

Feb 08 07:27

Trudeau’s family members received $283,400 to speak at events hosted by WE Charity

Members of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s immediate family received hundreds of thousands of dollars for speaking at events hosted by WE Charity, the organization at the centre of a widening political scandal for the Liberal government.

Trudeau is facing his third ethics investigation as prime minister for his government’s decision to sole-source the delivery of a $900-million volunteering grant program to WE Charity.

The prime minister has said that both he and his family had “voluntarily” worked with WE in the past and they intend to continue that work. But WE confirmed that members of Trudeau’s family, including his wife, Sophie Grégoire Trudeau, have received financial compensation for speaking at WE-hosted events.

The existence of financial payments between WE and the Trudeau family was first reported by Canadaland and CBC News on Thursday.

Feb 08 07:02

Hundreds contest fines related to COVID-19 regulations

More than a third of the people who were ticketed for violating COVID-19 regulations are in the process of contesting them, provincial data shows.

According to statistics published by the Quebec Justice Ministry's office of offences and fines, more than 3,500 fines had been issued for violating public health regulations by Aug. 24, including for breaking the public health limits on gatherings.

But more than 1,200 of those fines, which range between $1,000 and $6,000, are in the process of being contested.

"We can explain that by the really high value of those fines," said Thierry Rassam, lawyer and president of SOS Ticket.

"The amount surpasses $1,000. That is a very significant amount of money."

Feb 06 08:50

COVID Detainment Facilities Go From ‘Conspiracy Theory’ To Official Govt Policy In 3 Months

“I ask this government if people should prepare for internment camps,” Ontario provincial member of parliament (MPP) Randy Hillier asked the central Canadian province’s legislature during Question Period on October 7, 2020.

Covid Detainment Facilities Go From 'conspiracy Theory' To Official Govt Policy In 3 Months
During his inquiry over the country’s policy to detain citizens, Hillier’s microphone was cut and he was silenced and told to sit down.

His words would not go unnoticed, however, and the internet picked up on it and the memes began to flow on how Canada was about to start involuntarily detaining COVID-19 patients in government facilities.

It is important to note that Hillier’s claims were blown out of proportion online with disinformation flowing freely about children being taken from parents to people being held in these facilities “for the rest of their lives.” None of this is true.

Feb 04 02:32

Gen. Vance to be investigated — concerns about allegations were known for years in military circles

The Canadian Forces announced Wednesday it will investigate allegations about the former chief of the defence staff. National Defence spokesman Dan Le Bouthillier said the investigation will be independent but added that “the specifics around any investigation have yet to be determined.”

The investigation follows a report by Global News that Vance allegedly had an ongoing relationship with a woman he significantly outranked. Global also reported that Vance is alleged to have made a sexual suggestion to a second, much younger soldier in 2012, before he was appointed chief of the defence staff.

(Vance was also the driving force behind Operation Honour, the military’s effort to quash sexual misconduct in the Canadian Forces and some officers suggested his alleged behaviour undercut that initiative.)

This newspaper requested comment from Vance but he has not responded.

Feb 02 14:06

Virtually normal: Montreal student tries to contact his online prof, only to learn he's dead

Feeling a little disconnected in a world of virtual meetings, events and lectures?

No one's come face-to-face with the new reality quite the same way as Aaron Ansuini, a Montreal student who tried to contact his university lecturer this month.

Ansuini attends Concordia University and is taking a course on Canadian art history, taught, of course, by video.

But at one point he had a question, so he looked up the professor, Francois Marc Gagnon, to find his email address. Then he got a shock.

"When I was looking up his name to get his email address I pulled up his obituary," Ansuini said.

It turned out that his professor had died nearly two years earlier -- and the university had never mentioned that to the students taking his pre-recorded classes.

Feb 02 08:11

Police Take Traveling Woman Into Mandatory COVID Isolation In Canada – Won’t Tell Family Where They Are Holding Her

A pastor in Calgary says his wife was put in mandatory quarantine in Canada after her flight arrived in Calgary. Officials told Nikki Mathis she would be required to quarantine for two weeks. And authorities will not disclose where they took the woman.

Shortly after the story broke that Nikki Mathis was transported under police surveillance to an undisclosed location for quarantine from Calgary Airport (despite having tested negative prior to her flight), the Justice Centre announced its intent to submit a letter to the federal government, calling this line of action unconstitutional and demanding her immediate release.

Feb 01 07:50

Judge refuses to remove Meng Wanzhou's security guards, who are tasked with preventing her escape

A Canadian judge has refused to order the removal of private security guards tasked with preventing Huawei Technologies Co. executive Meng Wanzhou from escaping when she leaves her Vancouver mansion.

Meng's lawyers had argued at a bail hearing in the Supreme Court of British Columbia earlier this month that travelling around the city in the same vehicle as the guards put Meng at risk of Covid-19.

But on Friday, Mr Justice William Ehrcke ordered that the 24-hour watch over Meng be maintained by Lions Gate Risk Management, both at her C$13.6 million (US$10.6 million) home in the exclusive neighbourhood of Shaughnessy, and whenever she leaves the property.

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He said the current conditions were "the minimum" required to prevent Meng escaping.

Jan 30 07:57

Canada to quarantine travelers, suspend flights south

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Friday announced stricter restrictions on travelers in response to new, likely more contagious variants of the novel coronavirus — including making it mandatory for travelers to quarantine in a hotel at their own expense when they arrive in Canada and suspending airline service to Mexico and all Caribbean destinations until April 30.

Trudeau said in addition to the pre-boarding test Canada already requires, the government will be introducing mandatory PCR testing at the airport for people returning to Canada.

“Travelers will then have to wait for up to three days at an approved hotel for their test results, at their own expense, which is expected to be more than $2,000,” Trudeau said.

“Those with negative test results will then be able to quarantine at home under significantly increased surveillance and enforcement.”

Jan 25 10:19

Republican Senator: Canceling Keystone XL Means Oil Goes to China, Other Countries, or Less Safe Rail

Sen. Mike Rounds (R-S.D.) criticized President Joe Biden’s revocation of the permit for the Keystone XL pipeline, saying the oil that would have traveled through the pipeline will go to China or another country or be shipped to the United States by rail, which Rounds said is less safe.

“Look, they’re going to pump the oil, and it’s going to go someplace. It’s too valuable not to, and we still need the oil. So, it’s either going to be shipped to other countries, including China, which has not the same type of environmental regulations that we have when it comes to the processing of that oil, or it could come back down into the United States to the specific locations where they actually know how to process it, to actually do that crude oil,” Rounds told Fox News in an interview aired on Jan. 23.

Jan 25 10:05

In A Bad Sign Of Things To Come, Even Progressive-Minded Canada Thinks Biden Going Too Far

Sen. Mike Rounds (R-S.D.) criticized President Joe Biden’s cancellation of the permission for the Keystone XL pipeline in an interview aired on Saturday, stating that the oil which would have gone through the pipeline will just go to China or another country or be shipped to the United States by rail, which Rounds said is more dangerous.

“Look, they’re going to pump the oil, and it’s going to go someplace. It’s too valuable not to, and we still need the oil. So, it’s either going to be shipped to other countries, including China, which has not the same type of environmental regulations that we have when it comes to the processing of that oil, or it could come back down into the United States to the specific locations where they actually know how to process it, to actually do that crude oil,” Rounds explained.

Jan 24 18:28

Quebec officials launch probe after 97yo with dementia given both Pfizer & Moderna Covid jabs, violating guidance

The daughter of an elderly woman in Montreal, Canada has expressed outrage after her mother was accidentally injected with two different jabs, breaching guidelines that forbid mixing vaccines unless absolutely necessary.

Antonietta Pollice inadvertently became the first person in the province of Quebec to receive two doses of the Covid-19 jab, but the mixture of drugs has raised safety concerns, as well as questions about whether care home residents who receive the vaccine fully understand and consent to the medical procedure.

Jan 24 07:49

African leader: Trudeau treats us like ‘neo-colonial master’ with aid that’s destroying our people

The Canadian government under Justin Trudeau is no better than a “neo-colonial master” to the people of Africa when it uses its aid money to push ideologically-driven programs that are contrary to African values and culture, an African life-and-family leader said in a new documentary about Canada’s foreign affairs’ policy in Africa.

Author, filmmaker, and human rights activist Obianuju Ekeocha, who was born in Nigeria, told former Canadian Ambassador to China David Mulroney in the documentary that African people need aid, but not the kind of aid offered by Trudeau that goes against what it means to be an African.

Jan 19 07:32

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Jan 17 08:15

Ontario premier kicks MPP out of party for saying ‘lockdowns aren’t working’

An Ontario MPP who said publicly that COVID-19 lockdown measures are “killing lives instead of saving lives” was swiftly kicked out of his party caucus by Premier Doug Ford.

“The Lockdowns aren’t working. They are killing lives instead of saving lives. I plead with you to accept this reality and end the Lockdown. I wrote this letter with my greatest respect to you and our colleagues,” wrote York Centre MPP Roman Baber in a letter titled “the lockdown is deadlier than COVID,” addressed to Ford, and dated January 15.

Baber’s letter to Ford was posted publicly on his Twitter page today. In his letter, Baber stated, “The medicine is killing the patient,” and the “lockdown isn’t working.”

Jan 14 09:42

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Jan 14 05:10

Meng Wanzhou: Bullets sent in mail to Huawei's finance chief

Top Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou has been sent bullets in the mail while under house arrest in Vancouver, according to court testimony.

It was one of several alleged death threats revealed on Wednesday by the company providing her security.

Ms Meng was detained in 2018 on charges relating to allegedly misleading HSBC about Huawei's dealings in Iran.

Her case has created a rift between China and Canada, with Beijing repeatedly calling for her release.

The chief financial officer of Huawei was arrested at Vancouver International Airport on a warrant from the US, where she is facing charges of bank fraud and potentially causing HSBC to break US sanctions.

Days after she was released on bail, she was placed under house arrest in Vancouver. She has been fighting against her extradition to the US, which wants her to stand trial.

Jan 12 09:43

People traveling to Canada need negative COVID test or they’ll be quarantined in government camp

On December 31, Canada’s Transport Minister Marc Garneau announced the new entry requirements for air travelers entering Canada, which take effect January 7.

“Our government remains committed to protecting the health and safety of Canadians. These new measures will provide another layer of protection for Canadians as we continue to assess public health risks and work to limit the spread of COVID-19 in Canada,” said Garneau of the new measures.

Transport Canada originally said that should one not be able to obtain a molecular polymerase chain reaction (PCR) COVID-19 test in the country he is leaving from, an airline is allowed to let a person board, but upon arrival into Canada, he must report to a government-approved COVID-19 quarantine camp and stay there for 14 days.

Jan 06 07:33

Gravitas: Trudeau government is silent about who got billions in aid

Jan 05 11:07

Video: Ontario Death Count includes People who didn’t die of COVID-19

The following report (excerpts) was published in early October 6, 2020 by the Toronto Sun. The report confronts the legitimacy of the policies which are now being enforced in the province.

Below are excerpts of the Toronto Sun report by Anthony Fury
The daily pandemic death counts in Ontario include people who have tested positive for COVID-19 but have not necessarily died from the virus.

The exact number of people who fit into this category is unknown by the government and not even being counted.
The Sun was able to confirm this information after speaking with three of the hardest hit public health units in Ontario — Toronto, Ottawa and Peel Region.

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