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— Zee (@ZeeOntario) April 20, 2021
— Randy Hillier (@randyhillier) April 19, 2021
ARMED!!!! ARMED! I can not wrap my head around this. Maybe this will finally wake up the sleepy sheep???https://t.co/Vo388njXga
— Stacey (@staceykate1973) April 19, 2021
Border checkpoints in effect this morning in Ottawa, Ontario.
Police are checking papers.
I am being told from people on the ground that there are major traffic jams due to the checkpoints.
— Marie Oakes (@TheMarieOakes) April 19, 2021
CONGESTION sur l'Aut-50 ouest depuis avant la Vérendrye jusqu'à la bretelle vers l'Aut-5. Et, de cette bretelle, pare-chocs contre pare-chocs jusqu'au pont Macdonald-Cartier, en raison du point de contrôle sur chaque pont interprovincial. pic.twitter.com/IPEnzomQZR
— Circulation Ott-Gat (@circul_ottgat) April 19, 2021
The upcoming health order restricting travel between B.C.'s health authority regions has a lot of people wondering just how it will be enforced. https://t.co/N9fCbqgvZo
— CTV News Vancouver (@CTVVancouver) April 20, 2021
#BREAKING Circuit breaker #COVID19 restrictions in #BC including no in-person dining staying in effect through May long weekend and soon, anyone 40+ to have access to @AstraZeneca vaccine via pharmacies across the province. #bcpoli
More details coming @NEWS1130
— Marcella Bernardo (@Bernardo1130) April 19, 2021
Below is a map of the health regions in BC. Be prepared to be stopped at any time, especially if you live on a boundary. Be calm and know your rights. Fight the fines in court, as they will likely be thrown out. pic.twitter.com/kOk9YvLCWT
— Kris Eriksen (@KrisEriksen77) April 20, 2021
— ERdocON (@erdocAA) April 18, 2021
In a world where we are under constant surveillance and our movements controlled by a digital Health passport, digital currency would walk hand in hand with total state control.
China's social credit scheme could be far closer than you think. https://t.co/0ieumJthRy
— Bernie's Tweets (@berniespofforth) April 20, 2021
Most Ontario police departments rejected Doug Ford’s illegal decree to stop & search random citizens. But not the thugs at @OPP_News.
Here are two disgraceful OPP bullies pushing a 12 year old child to the ground.
Fire them, charge them, strip them of their pensions. pic.twitter.com/WC9wB1j0MK
— Ezra Levant 🍁 (@ezralevant) April 19, 2021
Our grandchildren sent home by the #RCMP from a #birthday party – the youngest one’s reaction – #canpoli is busy destroying their future by taking their youth #COVID19 and fortune #Budget2021 Will we remain silent?
PS 72:4 pic.twitter.com/ATrie9eInT
— Dick M Barendregt (@ploughing12) April 19, 2021
— Mayor Cam Guthrie (@CamGuthrie) April 20, 2021
This new Provincial order that says “police can stop people & ask them what they’re up to” stuff.
I’m checking our Charter out on that one.
I’m concerned about this & we’re reviewing it.
Either way, we’re not going to be policing our way out of this pandemic, that’s for sure.
— Mayor Cam Guthrie (@CamGuthrie) April 16, 2021
This behaviour is completely inappropriate. I can tell you having gone through this, there are many more good people in our community who stand by you and reject these actions. #workingtogetherforyou https://t.co/kl8mb7yUEI
— Will Bouma (@WillBoumaBrant) April 19, 2021
— tony❌ #PanoDrama (@tony80554056) April 19, 2021
Today in Bath
“That man is not allowed in my pub. Get out of my pub. Go on.”
Labour leader Sir Kier Starmer is barred from The Raven pub in Bath, by landlord Rod Humphris pic.twitter.com/iYFfvfWhpZ
— Ben Birchall (@BenBirchallUK) April 19, 2021
"They rejected all of our recommendations," says Andrew Morris, a member of the Science Advisory Table. "They actually came up with ideas that I hadn't even heard of":https://t.co/qllzW7dg3U
— Toronto Life (@torontolife) April 19, 2021
Ontario's scientific advisors did not recommend that Premier Doug Ford's government close outdoor recreational amenities to curb the spread of #COVID19, the scientific director of @COVIDSciOntario Dr. Peter Jüni tells @CBCNews. #COVID19Ontario https://t.co/COzUS0fp30
— Mike Crawley (@CBCQueensPark) April 20, 2021
Ontario Soccer Calls on the Premier of Ontario to Reverse Decision on Outdoor Activities.
Allow Ontario’s Youth to Return to Play to enhance Provincial Health.
— Ontario Soccer (@OntarioIsSoccer) April 19, 2021
Nor any positive evidence to use masks,close schools, stop child sports, close provincial borders, perform quarantine of healthy people https://t.co/JSAqO4G1ft
— Jean Marc Benoit MD (@JeanmarcBenoit) April 19, 2021
What really happened this past weekend is that Ontarians emphatically said no to the COVID Zero agenda, to extreme New Zealand style lockdowns, which also include playground closures and similar outdoor restrictions.
— Anthony Furey (@anthonyfurey) April 19, 2021
— National Post (@nationalpost) April 20, 2021
This is beyond ridiculous. How the hell to we afford to fo $350 billion in debt? Who’s lending us the money? https://t.co/Ni8g3l9LZY
— Martyupnorth – Mountain Man 🏕 🇨🇦 (@Martyupnorth_) April 20, 2021
The most laughable aspect is Liberals & their media selling this as a "feminist" budget right after throwing every woman in the Military under the bus to protect 3 rich privileged males of the good old boys club – Trudeau, Sajjan & Vance how feminist is that! https://t.co/9jItTs4qVZ
— Rex Glacer (@rexglacer) April 19, 2021
— Dave Chan (@davechanman) April 19, 2021
John Ivison: A federal budget that has something for everyone — including more debt https://t.co/sJeoarxGQU
— National Post (@nationalpost) April 19, 2021
— Toronto Sun (@TheTorontoSun) April 19, 2021
"The debt levels they're putting in here are astronomical": Conservative Leader @erinotoole tells @VassyKapelos that the Liberal budget "missed the mark," citing the severity of the third wave, debt levels and re-promised programs like national child care. #cdnpoli pic.twitter.com/yydx3NhPEp
— Power & Politics (@PnPCBC) April 19, 2021
Some good news in #Budget2021 for small business: extension of the rent/wage subsidy to the fall, a major new hiring incentive and a promise of lower credit card processing fees.
— Dan Kelly (@CFIB) April 19, 2021
My budget take: It's a budget about everything, except how to pay for it all. https://t.co/5Ngcv3eDkf
— Andrew Coyne (@acoyne) April 19, 2021
Trudeau spends your tomorrow on his today.
— pierrepoilievre (@PierrePoilievre) April 19, 2021
Federal Internet Censorship Bill Is Direct Attack On Freedom Of Expression. https://t.co/Wz3XrLaS0m
— Spencer Fernando 🇨🇦 (@SpencerFernando) April 19, 2021
Notice the complete silence from the NDP, GPC & Bloc who apparently are all in favour of a minority Govt censoring online content, but then again they all support Govt subsidized media in Canada too… https://t.co/3C6S9r9ko4
— Rex Glacer (@rexglacer) April 19, 2021
“Once a publication is flagged it will have to be taken down within 24 hours.” Internet #censorship bill to promote “content moderation” introduced within 2-weeks, says @CdnHeritage Minister @s_guilbeault. https://t.co/iyuTID8euT #hatespeech #FreeSpeech #cdnpoli pic.twitter.com/yuN8JYNTB1
— Holly Doan (@hollyanndoan) April 19, 2021
— Michael Geist (@mgeist) April 16, 2021
DOCUMENTS: Staff @JustinTrudeau office in internal emails said gov't must stress "success stories" in pandemic mismanagement. https://t.co/hKolYSEo6i #cdnpoli #PPE @PattyHajdu @GovCanHealth @sabrinafionakim pic.twitter.com/iENJfnWPoE
— Blacklock's Reporter (@mindingottawa) April 19, 2021
BREAKING: Jagmeet Singh asks Trudeau to invoke 'emergency measures act' in Ontario.https://t.co/iivUeLb8JY
— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) April 19, 2021
— 680 NEWS Toronto (@680NEWS) April 20, 2021
#BREAKING: Peel Region will close workplaces that have had five or more cases of COVID-19 over a two-week period if transition may have occurred in the workplace. More to come.
— NEWSTALK1010 (@NEWSTALK1010) April 20, 2021
New: In alignment with @CDCgov guidance, I’m rescinding orders that direct K-12 schools to require masks. 1/
— Doug Ducey (@dougducey) April 19, 2021