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According to CTV as of Nov. 15:
>10,947 Canadians had died from COVID-19
>10,781 were in long-term care homes
This is utterly astounding.
I've been paying close attention to the figures and had no idea the number of deaths outside long-term care homes was so low.#cdnpoli
— Peter McCaffrey (@peteremcc) November 24, 2020
Latest StatsCan data offers more on COVID-19 comorbidities
My new column, which discusses new national info that builds upon the Alberta data: https://t.co/8Xj3jYgsLM
— Anthony Furey (@anthonyfurey) November 24, 2020
B.C. flu cases 'exceptionally low' this year https://t.co/WvLzvK0q7Q
— CBC British Columbia (@cbcnewsbc) November 24, 2020
Nothing to see here. Its just orders of magnitude difference between positive flu cases between this year and last year. pic.twitter.com/gD8W5p2lmZ
— Winston Smith 🇨🇦 (@GovGone) November 23, 2020
Questions to address before locking down:
1. How do 2020 all-cause deaths compare to previous years?
2. What's our max hospital capacity?
3. How do current all-cause hospitalizations compare to capacity AND to hospitalizations in the same period in each of the previous 5 years?
— Milhouse Van Houten (@Milhouse_Van_Ho) November 12, 2020
A Toronto restaurant will defy the law and open to indoor dining today. Would you go and face the prospect of a ticket? The food from Adamson BBQ is amazing but would you fight? The Sun’s @joe_warmington has the story. Read, RT and comment #onpoli https://t.co/FoLE62b43C
— Brian Lilley (@brianlilley) November 24, 2020
Federal ethics violators wind up with a $200 fine, but if you open your small business it’s $5000 per day.
— Ian Prittie (@thereds8) November 24, 2020
Sooooo Hudson's Bay on Queen told us they were completely open, because they're considered essential. We asked the premier about this who passed it to Associate CMOH.
THEN we heard from the govt. that the Bay should not be open and they're looking into it #onpoli
— Lucas Meyer (@meyer_lucas) November 23, 2020
Glad I'm not playing a drinking game that involves taking a shot every time @PrabSarkaria says "unprecedented times." I'd be in bad shape. Sarkaria facing questions on why Ontario has closed small retailers to customers while big box retailers can sell anything. #onpoli pic.twitter.com/MWkdH43acb
— Brian Lilley (@brianlilley) November 23, 2020
Big retailers in Manitoba have to close off non-essential items.Why didn't Ontario level playing field to help small stores stay open so can compete against big box stores Ford is asked. It's not fair he says but it would be a logistical nightmare to make big stores close areas
— Cynthia Mulligan (@CityCynthia) November 23, 2020
It’s not fair that Costco and Walmart can keep selling jewelry and playstations, while small retailers must shut down their stores.
We need a level playing field.
The province should consider restricting big box stores to the sale of essential goods only. #onpoli
— Mike Schreiner (@MikeSchreiner) November 23, 2020
We invested $57 million in the #DigitalMainStreet program to help small businesses get online and expand their e-commerce.
— Prabmeet Sarkaria (@PrabSarkaria) November 23, 2020
Atlantic Bubble "burst"
In Saint John $292.50 tickets for not wearing a mask outside in public
Armed guards sent to business to intimidate owners to enforce gov't mandates
Kids forced to wear masks ALL day including outside
Total hospitalizations in New Brunswick: pic.twitter.com/PxHxdROzCf
— Bret 🍁 (@Bret_Sears) November 23, 2020
My brother in law just got banned for 10 years (No fine) from Shoppers Drug Mart for not wearing a mask.
— 🇨🇦 GogetemGirl 🇨🇦 (@Gogetemgirls) November 23, 2020
95% of rent covered and 75% of wages covered for business is nice but when your revenue is 0, you are still fucked.
— Cory Morgan (@CoryBMorgan) November 24, 2020
Article complaining about misinformation uses its own misinformation.
Article says Alberta has only 173 ICU beds, when on Thursday November 12th Alberta Premier Kenney in a live Q&A said the number of ICU beds available was around 650.https://t.co/loEa1tdRiN
— Paul Mitchell (@PaulMitchell_AB) November 23, 2020
— CP24 (@CP24) November 23, 2020
If the politicians creating these ridiculous covid laws and regulations don't follow them, what does that tell you about what they really think of them?https://t.co/MQmLCa9MbR
— Winston Smith 🇨🇦 (@GovGone) November 23, 2020
BREAKING: The government DOES NOT get unanimous consent to extend the term of Ontario's Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. David Williams.
This means the government will have to go through debate and a vote before extending his contract. #onpoli
— Colin D'Mello CTVNews (@ColinDMello) November 23, 2020
“When Poilievre pumps up the “Great Reset” theory…he knows exactly what he’s doing.
— Katie Telford (@telfordk) November 24, 2020
— Toronto Sun (@TheTorontoSun) November 23, 2020
Absolutely insane. 98+% of the deaths in this country are in LTC homes and we're going to ruin everyone's lives instead of just protecting LTC homes. pic.twitter.com/12YhV6VMrX
— Mike 🇨🇦 (@CanadianMikePPC) November 24, 2020
Ex Liberal MP Frank Baylis summoned to testify at Commons ethics committee. His company @BaylisMedical in the past year received two federal contracts, incl. $237.3 million for ventilators. https://t.co/XVzGxUWPWT @DavidSweetMP pic.twitter.com/eGGMKhzVg7
— Holly Doan (@hollyanndoan) November 23, 2020