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#BREAKING The victim in an alleged Brampton abduction has been found safe, but Peel police are still looking for the suspect who is considered armed and dangerous.
— 680 NEWS Toronto (@680NEWS) March 30, 2021
Now onto COVID-19: Premier Horgan says there have been a number of challenges: cases are "unacceptably high.” Percentage of positive tests up about 50 per cent in some regions. Ages 20-39 ARE putting the rest of us at risk “do not blow this for the rest of us”
— CBC British Columbia (@cbcnewsbc) March 29, 2021
— Ryan O'Connor (@rpoconnor) March 29, 2021
There has been fear narrative that hospitals/ICUs are increasingly populated with younger C19 patients.
The Toronto DATA show otherwise.
There is SOME decline in average age in hospital, BUT ICU avg. age is stable, and new hospital/ICU admits continue to skew older.
The data👇 pic.twitter.com/24fIBKJPeN
— Kelly Brown (@rubiconcapital_) March 29, 2021
Toronto's top doc said that data was showing younger people in ICUs. Asked about the data, she changed her tweet to say she was "hearing" of younger Toronto ICU patients.
Big difference between data showing and you hearing anecdotally. Thanks to @rubiconcapital_ for the data. https://t.co/2KTTmxnoPQ
— Brian Lilley (@brianlilley) March 29, 2021
— AnaBanana😀 (@mrs_AnaBanana) March 29, 2021
I am glad the CBC reported this.
Let's be clear. It is evil to confine a 74 year old man to his room for two weeks without his consent.
It doesn't matter if you think it's "for his own good," (it isn't) still evil.https://t.co/Y5MFHFRjf3
— Matt Strauss, MD (@strauss_matt) March 29, 2021
Kelly Brown showing yet again how Team Apocalypse likes to play fast and loose with hospitalization data. Average age of C19 patients is steady across Toronto contrary to this week's questionable narrative. https://t.co/otZVF36ITY
— Donald Welsh (@DonaldWelsh16) March 29, 2021
According to the Auditor General of Canada, the Public Health Agency of Canada failed in the greatest public health crisis we have faced in the modern era and failed abysmally. Prediction: No one is going to lose their jobs. #cdnpoli
— Lorrie Goldstein (@sunlorrie) March 30, 2021
No, she's wrong; we don't need a data driven plan. Data can be manipulated.
We need NO plan at all, beyond reopening to the OLD NORMAL NOW – i.e., NO masks. NO capacity restrictions. NO quarantines. NO Lockdowns EVER AGAIN. Shall I go on?
— RobbieRescue (@RobAdam74497148) March 30, 2021
A new report from Ontario's science advisory table suggests that the health care burden caused by the third wave of COVID-19 will surpass anything the province has seen so far.https://t.co/qlkisnpf3o
— 680 NEWS Toronto (@680NEWS) March 30, 2021
“New data shows COVID-19 pandemic now 'completely out of control' in Ontario, key scientific adviser says”
1) this is a lie, or
2) this is proof positive that even draconian lockdowns don’t work, or
3) both of the above.
Which is it?🤔 https://t.co/MnQUaVH9rm
— Paul Mitchell (@PaulMitchell_AB) March 30, 2021
ICYMI: More Toronto schools will soon get take-home COVID-19 tests, which one principal calls a "game changer."
The non-ouchy saliva test encourages more people to use it, providing a clearer picture of how COVID-19 may be transmitted in classrooms.https://t.co/DRbmGJcENa
— Megan Ogilvie (@Megan_Ogilvie) March 29, 2021
Just got the heads up from a teacher friend the Toronto District School Board is closing schools this Thursday and kids wont be back till September.
Kids in her school have already been instructed to clean out their desks.
I am so fucking pissed right now.
— Beachesguy 光復香港 (@Beachesguy2) March 29, 2021
Kids are extremely unlikely to be hurt by COVID & school contribution to community transmission is negligible
— Pooya Kazemi, MD (@PooyaKazemi1983) March 29, 2021
Hours after Deputy Premier Christine Elliott received her 1st dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine to dispel hesitancy, Premier Ford says "he won't hesitate to cancel [AZ] in a half-a-heartbeat, if its going to put anyone at harm."
He says he is getting advice from NACI. #onpoli
— Colin D'Mello CTVNews (@ColinDMello) March 29, 2021
BBC Panorama sent an undercover reporter inside one of the biggest UK Covid testing labs
— Panorama 🌐 (@BBCPanorama) March 29, 2021
UPDATED: New guidelines coming on Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine as PEI suspends use https://t.co/K59sw5MmSD
— CP24 (@CP24) March 29, 2021
Immunization committee to recommend provinces suspend AstraZeneca use among those under 55: sources | CBC News https://t.co/S5FaB5Nebv
— Glen Maskerine ☘🍻 (@OskieOckham) March 29, 2021
The lie that there is a pandemic so as to justify all this death and destruction was a declaration of war against us by our various government's.
It's a mind boggling betrayal. pic.twitter.com/6cxzwWzf9H
— Canadian Mama (Check out PPC on Telegram) (@JackNationalist) March 26, 2021
In the eyes of the left, a month ago if you questioned the AstraZeneca vaccine you were an anti-vaxxing Neanderthal deserving of any and all punishment. Who was right? https://t.co/yVo2Br5mLr
— Keean Bexte (@TheRealKeean) March 29, 2021
During the month of March:#AstraZeneca is not approved.
AstraZeneca is approved.
— Dr. Jimmy Yam (@JimmyJoeYam) March 30, 2021
Canada to receive 1.5 million AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine doses from U.S. todayhttps://t.co/HUCg2443AK
— CP24 (@CP24) March 30, 2021
Most important warning I’ve ever sounded in my life, with the least time left to take action: https://t.co/Q00d55My6l
— Dr Naomi Wolf (@naomirwolf) March 29, 2021
The vaccine passport idiocy is taking off b/c for the past year, Justice Roberts has allowed the fed courts to turn away hundreds of Constitutional & legal challenges to COVID government overreach in the name of emergency powers. This is the civil right crisis of our time.
— Harmeet K. Dhillon (@pnjaban) March 29, 2021
Positive Covid-19 tests kept a mother and baby in Montreal apart for eight weeks. Experts say the case is a sign of a bigger problem with testing. https://t.co/bAjXsNTq4F
— STAT (@statnews) June 8, 2020
#Guelph how are black only events more safe? What specifically is unsafe about mixed race events? Could other races have homogenous events due to safety? Asians only? Indian only? White only?
— Mark Paralovos (@MarkParalovos) March 29, 2021
Our new community diversity cruiser will hit the roads this week, showcasing new artwork that reflects the community we serve.
This is the first in a series of designs you will see throughout @RegionWaterloo this year.
— Waterloo Regional Police (@WRPSToday) March 29, 2021
Surely this is the joke of the day?
Trudeau hosts world leaders' meeting on international debt crisis https://t.co/M5ZlULYQFn
— Debbi Teplitz (@DTeplitzer) March 29, 2021
While millions of Canadians suffer financially, our Country takes on unprecedented debt, small business bankruptcies & our country is divided more than ever before, PM Justin Trudeau continues to push his Globalist Agenda to Build Back Better.
*speaking at a UN Meeting today pic.twitter.com/rspXbKfe5N
— 🍁🇨🇦CanAditude🇨🇦🍁 (@CanAditude) March 29, 2021
Fed borrowing this year $635,000,000,000, triple cost of fighting WW11. @FinanceCanada Minister @cafreeland: “It has offered us an opportunity to take stock of what really matters, to have meaningful conversations about taking care of each other.” https://t.co/iz7ZRtmgaN #cdnpoli pic.twitter.com/XPEyTxneZA
— Holly Doan (@hollyanndoan) March 29, 2021
— M&S (@Markandstacey) March 29, 2021
— Ali Quea (@Quea_Ali) March 29, 2021
The Liberals refuse to answer questions about how funds for WE were spent before the government approved it. What are they trying to hide? pic.twitter.com/JpsNaeGzwh
— Michael Barrett (@MikeBarrettON) March 30, 2021
The city posted notices under Ontario's Trepass to Property Act on tents, light poles, trees and wooden structures in parks across Toronto on March 19. Staff have also hand-delivered notices to unhoused people. https://t.co/8EM6fAh21B
— CBC Toronto (@CBCToronto) March 28, 2021
Another Company Profiting From Unrest pic.twitter.com/wveVqWHYOZ
— Ryan Long (@ryanlongcomedy) March 29, 2021