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… CANADA 2021
… No freedom of speech.
… No freedom of commerce.
… No freedom of association.
… No freedom of movement.
… No freedom of protest.
… No freedom of worship.
— Iain G. Foulds (@FouldsIain) March 30, 2021
More than 300 physicians and health professionals have sent a letter to Doug Ford and Stephen Lecce calling on them to keep the province’s schools open for the rest of the school year:https://t.co/zylkO2aUWX
— Anthony Furey (@anthonyfurey) March 31, 2021
— National Post (@nationalpost) March 31, 2021
The reporting on cases in Ontario schools has been extremely misleading. Not enough people realize that those numbers do *not* mean cases that were acquired in cases. It simply means people who have tested positive who are also physically present in the school environment. 1/
— Anthony Furey (@anthonyfurey) March 30, 2021
'Don't make plans for Easter:' Ford hints more restrictions could soon be coming amid surge in cases https://t.co/VciiIWzEGc
— CP24 (@CP24) March 30, 2021
And here we go again🐥🐥🐥🐥 Experts calling for Ontario lockdown before Easter weekend https://t.co/4T4knWgzzg
— VictoriaL59 (@Victoria59L) March 31, 2021
— Avis Favaro (@CTV_AvisFavaro) March 31, 2021
Representatives of all three levels of government are making a coronavirus-related announcement in Toronto on Wednesday morninghttps://t.co/fVFs7wfsKG
— CP24 (@CP24) March 31, 2021
How can anyone believe reopening will lead to 200,000 more deaths? There is ZERO data to suggest this will happen.
— Milhouse Van Houten 😀 (@Milhouse_Van_Ho) March 31, 2021
A cherry-picked stat is creating a media frenzy.
– A 50% ⬆️ in % of ICU admits in "younger people" vs. Dec is driven MOSTLY by admits in the 50-59 cohort!
– Yes, some ⬆️ in # of 49&U admits. BUT, the Ontario Science Table should know:
— Kelly Brown (@rubiconcapital_) March 30, 2021
Here's the game, and how you're being played:
Because 'Climate Change' is such a vaguely-defined problem, there's no limit, no end, no measurable statistic to track how close we are to 'solving' it.
So you have to say yes to *every* half-baked plan to fix it, forever.
— Crumbsworth (@MrCrumbsbody) March 30, 2021
On January 26th this was the New York times website
The red and pink curve are what they said were possible scenarios, and the blue is what happened
Some humility is needed with forecasting. pic.twitter.com/FLdfi6AI8J
— Vinay Prasad MD MPH (@VPrasadMDMPH) March 30, 2021
🚨🚨 JUST IN: The Brussels court has sentenced the Belgian government to end the corona measures within 30 days, on pain of a penalty of $5870 (IN EUROs) per day of delay. pic.twitter.com/fcuToETHuH
— Lara👒💫⚡️✨🌟☀️👒 (@bufy68) March 31, 2021
Though more than 90 per cent of Ontario long-term care residents have been vaccinated and cases inside homes have dropped to near-zero, most living in care are still being forced to stay inside – and they are demanding to be let out. https://t.co/f8l7zZhhwI
— CityNews Toronto (@CityNews) March 30, 2021
— 570 NEWS – Kitchener (@570NEWS) March 30, 2021
27-year-old man charged after police break up house party in Vaughan https://t.co/vf9SrVEZhV
— CP24 (@CP24) March 31, 2021
Suicide is a mystery – there is no autopsy, no explanation by the departed of why they chose means and moment.
However, "lockdown" as a reason for suicide has become commonly reported.
Is this a public health emergency?
— Jean Marc Benoit MD (@JeanmarcBenoit) March 31, 2021
How many Ontarians were going to spend money in Prince Edward County this long weekend, supporting a local economy, who have had their plans abruptly cancelled – with no notice and no compensation for them or the restaurants, wineries, and workers whom they would have patronised? https://t.co/h70V7ct3gA
— Ryan O'Connor (@rpoconnor) March 30, 2021
What every political jurisdiction ought to do- if they want to regain freedom, democracy and the rule of law. https://t.co/6xCmr3Tv35
— Randy Hillier (@randyhillier) March 30, 2021
Great to see a serious group of medical professionals and emergency planners come together to directly challenge gov't and their kooky C19 policies. This process may have started in Alberta but it needs to be transposed to other provinces.https://t.co/xKf9jb01hB
— Donald Welsh (@DonaldWelsh16) March 30, 2021
My latest on the case for zero tolerance on vaccine hesitancy: The *right* to stay vaccine-free deprives others of the right to be free of infection. And liberated from lockdowns https://t.co/vQVi75ZJe8 #COVID19ontario #VaccinePassports #ONPoli
— Martin Regg Cohn (@reggcohn) March 30, 2021
The study is looking for 400,000 participants per COVID-19 vaccine to see whether there are any adverse effects.https://t.co/AZRoOkQYbt
— Globalnews.ca (@globalnews) March 31, 2021
Pfizer announced Wednesday that its COVID-19 vaccine is safe and strongly protective in kids as young as 12, a step toward possibly beginning shots in this age group before they head back to school in the fall.https://t.co/G0BLEldNkd
— CTV Toronto (@CTVToronto) March 31, 2021
— Holly Doan (@hollyanndoan) March 25, 2021
EXCLUSIVE: Per the CDC
Nearly Twice As Many Vaccine Related Deaths have been reported SO FAR in 2021 (1,755) Than All the Vaccine Deaths this Past Decade (994) & who knows how many have gone unreported? 🤷🏻♂️ https://t.co/AqPcfgvodA
— Jay Nelson 🇨🇦 ⏳🔪 (@StoneSculptorJN) March 30, 2021
The chair of Ontario’s vaccine task force is reiterating his belief that every person in the province will have the chance to receive a shot by the first day of summer as he wraps up his four months on the job. https://t.co/4bQalX14YF
— CTV Toronto (@CTVToronto) March 31, 2021
"Thanks to the high court, but also the Canadian people, carbon taxes are here to stay. Resistance is, as they say, futile."
— Catherine McKenna 🇨🇦 (@cathmckenna) March 30, 2021
Canadians living in rural, remote, and small communities have unique transportation needs. To help you get where you need to go, @CathMcKenna and @MaryamMonsef launched our country’s first-ever Rural Transit Fund yesterday. Get the details: https://t.co/IpWL6nw7fo
— Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau) March 30, 2021
Via @IvisonJ: "It would be hard to conceive a more convincing display of disrespect toward open government than Pablo Rodriguez’s performance before Canada’s parliamentary ethics committee on Monday." https://t.co/NQmAYuN60Y
— Paul Vieira (@paulvieira) March 31, 2021
— MB Crowell (@CrowellMb) March 30, 2021
It’s time for Canada to focus on expanding our population https://t.co/9wjuQ6ZLPL
— The Globe and Mail (@globeandmail) March 31, 2021
Carbon Tax reality: It's running 19.7% & 20.5% of my entire gas bill, house and shop.
Paying it on power too, but it's hidden from billing. Producers pay that.
I've got no rebate cheques from Government, not one cent.
How is this "putting money back in the hands of Canadians"? pic.twitter.com/BgICaUcFda
— Rob Doel 🛩️ (@robdoel) March 30, 2021
— Nicole Sparrow (@nicoledsparrow) March 30, 2021
👍👎 In response to creator feedback around well-being and targeted dislike campaigns, we're testing a few new designs that don't show the public dislike count. If you're part of this small experiment, you might spot one of these designs in the coming weeks (example below!). pic.twitter.com/aemrIcnrbx
— YouTube (@YouTube) March 30, 2021