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Last week I wrote that the Liberal government has become the most anti-Internet government in Canadian history. It got worse today as it incredibly removed the social media exception from Bill C-10 during clause-by-clause committee review. 1/3 https://t.co/mcfjOKo5Bz
— Michael Geist (@mgeist) April 23, 2021
Regulating user generated content wasn’t the only craziness at today’s Heritage hearing. @MarciIen inadvertently let the wrong motion slip, making the case for the CRTC to regulate apps. The government had previously said video games were off the table. https://t.co/Oqtbgmq86b
— Michael Geist (@mgeist) April 24, 2021
The Postal Service is now monitoring the social media posts of Americans on Parler, Telegram and other apps to look for "inflammatory" postings and then they share it with other government agencies. This is ridiculous and dangerous. It must end immediately!https://t.co/gxXpKOsNOa
— Robby Starbuck (@robbystarbuck) April 23, 2021
— Randy Hillier (@randyhillier) April 23, 2021
Everything goes back to Sajjan closing his eyes and doing nothing, resignation time! https://t.co/ggle3rpFtT
— Suzanne Allen🇨🇦 (@suzannealma) April 23, 2021
A statement that appears increasingly accurate.
“Brennan said Vance told her he had Sajjan “under control.” https://t.co/VapAEKg0vb
— Dan Albas (@DanAlbas) April 23, 2021
#BREAKING Elder Marques just revealed the Chief of Staff to the Prime Minister, Katie Telford, was aware there were allegations against General Jonathan Vance
— Mercedes Stephenson (@MercedesGlobal) April 23, 2021
— Lorrie Goldstein (@sunlorrie) April 23, 2021
Canada’s COVID-19 travel ‘rules’ tragic farce: 'We have refused to shut down flights from COVID-19 hotspots until after deadly variants from these countries have arrived and spread. Even then, we didn’t stop planes from coming from some of these places.' https://t.co/oRxih0vSN4
— Lorrie Goldstein (@sunlorrie) April 24, 2021
Stop all leisure air travel internationally and domestically. The result of loose rules at the airport is more and more dangerous variants. You can still take a non direct flight to any #COVID19 hot spot in the world. Hello @Transport_gc 👇 https://t.co/CrINSWPcvg
— Patrick Brown (@patrickbrownont) April 23, 2021
— Kelly Brown (@rubiconcapital_) April 24, 2021
PM says they have identified up to 100 doctors and nurses who can be deployed to Ontario if needed. "this is the moment to all work together" Nfld has identified teams ready to go as early as next week.
— Rosemary Barton (@RosieBarton) April 23, 2021
The area of Hope, B.C., is also now considered part of the combined Northern/Interior health region, rather than Fraser Health. The province says residents in Hope can travel to Chilliwack for essential goods and supplies.
— CBC British Columbia (@cbcnewsbc) April 24, 2021
In Ontario we have two forever seasons: hospitals overflowing, and teachers on strike. Occasionally the deluge also brings us TTC on strike or garbage on strike season–although those are rarer. Garbage on strike season faded after Rob Ford did a little "climate change".
— Fast on the draw, too fast sometimes (@velopajaro) April 23, 2021
Moral injury. A 🧵
1/I was present with my nursing colleagues @MGHBirth today for an in service about the ESOC which stands for the Emergency Standard of Care. This is the framework used to triage critical care. This means you come to hospital for any reason (car crash, anything
— Jenna Bly (@jennarosaa) April 22, 2021
Health restrictions could be safely lifted “this summer” if at least 75 per cent of Canadians get their first dose of COVID-19 vaccine and 20 per cent have the recommended two doses by then, according to the federal modelling data. https://t.co/QfLu0QKaOR
— Toronto Star (@TorontoStar) April 23, 2021
CANADA,ONTARIO the Feds are now saying if we do not reach 75% vaxed summer is done. Do NOT fall for this. Ford is already crumbling. Nice weather is here are we going to stand for lockdowns AGAIN this summer? Then STAND UP & FIGHT& do NOT jab. pic.twitter.com/4f8YU6OZg4
— TR6Guy (@tr6_guy) April 24, 2021
Today I rose in Parliament to state a simple truth, that lockdowns are destroying our liberties and our lives, particularly the lives of our children. I called upon the government to end the lockdowns and open up now.#cdnpoli pic.twitter.com/CqEeAURKI0
— MP Derek Sloan (@DerekSloanCPC) April 23, 2021
It is disappointing to see someone in a position of power, entrusted with the responsibility of serving and protecting the rights of Canadians, issuing such a statement that so blatantly disregards the authority of The Charter. pic.twitter.com/BafVv4vcKV
— PoliceOnGuardForThee (@PoliceOnGuard) April 24, 2021
There are three buses around Waterloo Region performing rapid COVID-19 antigen tests as a part of the "Stay Safe Screening" initiative for asymptomatic people. https://t.co/qMl5nc18xn
— CTV Kitchener (@CTVKitchener) April 23, 2021
I had the chance to try a rapid antigen screening self-administered #COVID19 tests for asymptotic people available now for small businesses. It was painless and super easy. Results come back in as little as 15 minutes! My results: Negative! #StaySafe #GetTested #WearAMask https://t.co/0kShYFKnjx pic.twitter.com/WunGD9l7Xi
— Jess Smith CTV (@JessicaSmithCTV) April 24, 2021
Ontario Science Table now blaming Dr. Williams for following its own advice https://t.co/vMa7IHU1qh
— Ryan O'Connor (@rpoconnor) April 23, 2021
This weekend will see the launch of our #COVID19 Integrated Response Team, aimed at enforcing COVID-19 orders.
— Waterloo Regional Police (@WRPSToday) April 23, 2021
"When you can keep making sofas but can't do surgery to take out someone's cancer…that's the definition of failure"@ShadyAshamalla powerful words on misplaced priorities in pandemic management #HealthCareFailure #NoCushionsLeft
— Abdu Sharkawy (@SharkawyMD) April 23, 2021
— LizaYuzda (@LizaYuzda) April 23, 2021
— CityNews Toronto (@CityNews) April 23, 2021
“This emphasis on distancing has been really misplaced from the very beginning. The CDC or WHO have never really provided justification for it, they’ve just said this is what you must do and the only justification I’m aware of…”https://t.co/AzwF89Dp8h
— Aaron Ginn (@aginnt) April 24, 2021
Notice the details. Perfect lighting and staging. These are photo ops by professionals.
Since when are media allowed into ICUs? You can’t even get more than one support person in with you to give birth, or visit your dying elder family member, but camera crews are okay? https://t.co/7kXC3PUD1E
— Kate (@katewand) April 23, 2021
Personally, these are the people *I* cry for: the ones laying in ICU beds on max oxygen, leaving children at home wondering if mom/dad will survive. The healthcare workers fighting to save them but there are just too many to be saved.. https://t.co/xyLmTEXkjb pic.twitter.com/6PLe9xJ5pb
— Caryn Lieberman (@caryn_lieberman) April 22, 2021
This is not just about the bourgeois faddishness that dominates race discourse. This is toxic. Antisemitism unmentioned. Ditto rez schools, the Japanese internment. It's about a distinctly American sociopathology being "taught" to Canadian diplomats. https://t.co/BTFlZJe9P4
— Terry Glavin 格立文 (@TerryGlavin) April 22, 2021
This is against the civil rights act https://t.co/hV0Lq2Bwr8
— Jack Posobiec (@JackPosobiec) April 23, 2021
This woman is legit my spirit animal.
— Jeff ™ (@_JReal45) April 24, 2021