Aug 23 06:46

Canada collapsing...

Aug 23 05:25

HSBC is the 800-pound Gorilla in the Canadian Courtroom that No One is Talking About—the Judicial Incubus Weighing on Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou’s Shoulders

The prosecution of telecommunications giant Huawei’s CFO Meng Wanzhou on charges of violating U.S. sanctions policies with Iran has been very politicized from the outset and a bellwether in the decline of U.S.-Sino relations in an era of renewed cold war.

Now as the trial is going forward, an 800-pound gorilla in the room is the importance of the Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation, better known by its abbreviation, HSBC, to the case.

Aug 19 05:57

‘The people of China have spoken’: Beijing urges release of Huawei executive as 6 million petition Canada to drop extradition case

The Chinese Foreign Ministry has urged Ottawa to release Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou as her detention nears 1,000 days, and six million netizens petition Canada to drop an extradition case that would see her sent to the US.

On Thursday, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying reiterated Beijing’s demand that Canada release Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou and the US drop its fabricated charges against the tech executive.

The spokeswoman, citing a Global Times petition, said that in less than 24 hours, 3.5 million people have put their name to an open letter to the Canadian ambassador to China, demanding Meng’s release. The number of signatories has now reached six million.

“The people of China have spoken. I hope Canada can hear it,” Hua stated, adding that she hoped Ottawa would “listen carefully to these calls for justice, show the courage of independence and release Meng.”

Aug 19 05:35

Justin Trudeau — I spoke with Hillary about Afghanistan… Not Biden…

Aug 18 10:33

First flight bringing Afghans who helped military arrives in Canada, with more still to come

A government flight carrying dozens of Afghan workers who assisted the Canadian military during the war in Afghanistan has landed in Toronto, the federal government confirmed Wednesday evening.

It's the first flight to arrive under a special immigration program to bring in Afghans as government-assisted refugees.

"Today, the Government of Canada is welcoming the first of a number of flights carrying Afghan refugees who provided crucial support to Canadian Armed Forces members in Afghanistan," said a statement issued by several federal ministers involved in the resettlement program.

Aug 18 10:32

Thousands of Afghan contractors, family members could be eligible to resettle in Canada, says minister

The federal government is promising to resettle more Afghan interpreters and other workers who helped the Canadian Armed Forces during the war — people now in danger of being killed by a resurgent Taliban.

Today, Immigration Minister Marco Mendicino and his cabinet colleagues announced the launch of a new resettlement program for interpreters who worked with the Canadian Armed Forces, cooks, drivers, cleaners, construction workers, security guards and locally engaged staff employed at the Canadian embassy in Afghanistan, and their family members.

During the war, Afghan interpreters worked with Canadian troops to connect them with local leaders, translate conversations and help them build trust on the ground.

Aug 18 06:44

What? Say it ain't snow August!!!

After months of hot, dry and smoky weather right across the province, Albertans were happy to see today's much-needed rainfall.

Snow on the other hand? Well, I think it's safe to say we're not quite ready for that just yet, but that is just what the ski cam captured over at Nakiska Ski Area in Kananaskis.

According to a photo taken at 9:30 this morning, it was snowing on the top of the gold chair express at an elevation of 7,408 feet.

Aug 18 06:40


Stew Peters interview Patrick King that following a trial for a $200 fine related to an alleged COVID restrictions violation, force Alberta health authorities to prove the existence of COVID demonstrating the virus has been fully isolated. Alberta health authorities joint with the highest Canadian authorities, had to admit in written on the records, that the virus has not been fully isolated and that there isn't any prove that we are into a pandemic

Aug 16 11:31

Tens of Thousands of Canadians Rise Up to Reject the 'Great Reset' – Media Blackout

Tens of thousands of Canadians have risen up to reject the "Great Reset" by demanding their freedom and an end to government-imposed restrictions.Angry citizens flooded the streets of Montreal, Canada, over the weekend to protest the coming implementation of new restrictions due to rollout on September 1. The changes will force Canadians to carry mandatory papers that will control individual access to ordinary activities, such as events, bars, restaurants, and gyms.

Aug 15 07:08

Canada Buys More SpikeVax Vaccines

The Honourable Anita Anand, Minister of Public Services and Procurement, announced on August 13, 2021, that Canada has entered into an agreement with Moderna for an additional supply of its SpikeVax COVID-19 vaccine for 2022 2023, with an option to extend into 2024.

The agreement guarantees 40 million mRNA vaccine doses, with access to up to 65 million more if all options are exercised.

Moreover, this agreement empowers access to new COVID-19 vaccine adaptations (coronavirus variants) based on the evolution of the epidemiological situation in Canada.

Aug 14 05:45

Lima Group Loses Lima

The Canadian instigated Lima Group has been dealt a probably fatal blow that ought to elicit serious discussion about this country’s foreign policy. But, don’t expect the media or politicians to even mention it.

In a likely death knell for a coalition seeking to overthrow the Venezuelan government, Peru’s new Foreign Affairs Minister called the Lima Group the country’s “most disastrous” ever foreign policy initiative. Héctor Béjar said, “the Lima Group must be the most disastrous thing we have done in international politics in the history of Perú.”

Two days after Béjar’s statement St Lucia’s external affairs minister, Alva Baptiste, declared: “With immediate effect, we are going to get out of the Lima Group arrangement – that morally bankrupt, mongoose gang, we are going to get out of it because this group has imposed needless hardship on the children, men and women of Venezuela.”

Aug 13 07:22

Moderna signs deal to build COVID-19 vaccine factory in Canada

American pharmaceutical company Moderna, known for creating an experimental and side effect-riddled Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine, has reached a deal with the Canadian government to build what it claims will be a “state of the art” COVID-19 vaccine manufacturing plant.

The creation of this plant will not only provide Canada with an endless supply of Moderna-made vaccines, but it will also pave the way for the pharmaceutical company to transform the Canadian economy into what is essentially a big pharma-controlled pandemic economy. A major part of the country’s economic activity will be diverted to pay pharmaceutical companies billions for vaccines.

Aug 13 05:44

Official: Canada sending forces to close Afghan embassy

Canadian special forces will deploy to Afghanistan where staff in Canada's embassy in Kabul will be evacuated before it closes, a source familiar with the plan told The Associated Press.

The official, who was not authorized to talk publicly about the matter and spoke on condition of anonymity, did not say how many special forces would be sent.

Just weeks before the U.S. is scheduled to end its war in Afghanistan, the Biden administration is also rushing 3,000 fresh troops to the Kabul airport to help with a partial evacuation of the U.S. Embassy.

Aug 12 10:44

Secret Liberal Government Payments To Media Subvert Democracy

How can a country still be considered a democracy when our tax dollars are given – without our knowledge or consent – to media organizations that will then report on the election campaign and shape public perception?

It has been clear for some time that Canada is not really a fully democratic country, particularly within our political parties.

There is very little room for debate or disagreement within our centralized political institutions, where party leaders have the power to remove anyone they disagree with and basically end the careers of those who don’t ‘fall in line’ by refusing to sign nomination papers.

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Welcome to our world, Canada!

Aug 12 06:00

Canada Says No Unvaxxed Entry “For Years”

If you’re planning on traveling to British Columbia, you’ll need to be vaccinated.

“They’re going to have to be vaccinated against COVID-19 for the foreseeable future. I don’t mean weeks or months, I mean years,” British Columbia Health Minister Adrian Dix said during an interview with KING 5.

We already have countries like Israel and Iceland which basically admitted the vaccine does not work, and that means every other country will soon follow these rules, but with a twist: the rules are not only going to apply to the unvaxxed.

The jig is up, as the elites hate the idea of travel for the peasants. There was this short period when the average plebe could travel cheaply wherever he wanted, and that is now over forever.

Aug 11 14:07

Canada Says No Unvaxxed Entry “For Years”

Aug 11 13:22

‘Immediately and unconditionally’: Washington demands China release Canadian sentenced to 11 years in prison for spying

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has demanded Canadian businessman Michael Spavor, arrested in China for alleged spying, be released “immediately and unconditionally” after he was sentenced to 11 years in prison on Wednesday.

In a Wednesday statement, Blinken accused China of “arbitrarily” arresting Spavor to “exercise leverage over foreign governments.”

“People should never be used as bargaining chips,” the secretary of state said.

Spavor was sentenced to 11 years in prison over charges of espionage. In a statement on the ruling, the court said Spavor was “illegally providing state secrets.”

Aug 11 07:46

Canadian Farmers Cull 130,000 Pigs After Pork Plant Strike Closes Processor

Bloomberg reports a labor strike at a Quebec pork-processing plant may have resulted in more than 130,000 culled pigs in eastern Canada.

A dangerous backlog of pigs ready for slaughter has built up after Olymel's processing facility in Vallee-Jonction, Quebec, experienced a labor strike and the resulting closure of the plant since April 28.

The company slaughters on average 36,000 hogs each week. But since the plant closed, backlogs are increasing, and pigs are being diverted to other U.S. and western Canada processors. About 15,000 pigs each week are being left behind, according to David Duval, the president of the Eleveurs de porcs du Quebec, which represents the province's farmers.

"Animals struggle through heat waves like this. If on top of that they're crammed, it's becoming extremely difficult," Duval said. "I heard several producers who told me 'I don't know where to put them next week."

Aug 11 06:04

Pro-lockdown protesters assault & assail Rebel News reporter & demand that Alberta bring back public health restrictions

Over the last year, we’ve seen our fair share of anti-lockdown protests.

These protests have taken place across Canada and around the world and are often attended by friendly freedom-minded individuals who are fed up with government overreach.

Protesters at these events typically share a similar sentiment; they just want to be left alone by our well-meaning and safety-conscious public officials.

Lockdown restrictions have taken a massive toll on small businesses, families, friends, and communities. And the longer they’ve gone on, the more damage they have caused.

But for a few lucky provinces, including my home province of Alberta, those restrictions have finally ended once and for all — or so we’re told.

Aug 10 18:21

O (no!) Canada: Fast-moving Proposal Creates Filtering, Blocking and Reporting Rules—And Speech Police to Enforce Them

By Corynne McSherry and Katitza Rodriguez

Policymakers around the world are contemplating a wide variety of proposals to address “harmful” online expression. Many of these proposals are dangerously misguided and will inevitably result in the censorship of all kinds of lawful and valuable expression. And one of the most dangerous proposals may be adopted in Canada. How bad is it? As Stanford’s Daphne Keller observes, “It’s like a list of the worst ideas around the world.” She’s right.

These ideas include:

- broad “harmful content” categories that explicitly include speech that is legal but potentially upsetting or hurtful
- a hair-trigger 24-hour takedown requirement (far too short for reasonable consideration of context and nuance)
- an effective filtering requirement (the proposal says service providers must take reasonable measures which “may include” filters, but, in practice, compliance will require them)

Aug 10 09:59

Ottawa condemns Beijing after court upholds death penalty for Canadian drug trafficker

The Canadian government has blasted China over the “cruel and inhumane” capital punishment faced by a Canadian citizen, whose death sentence for drug trafficking was upheld by a Chinese court.

Robert Schellenberg’s defense team has lost an appeal against his death sentence, marking the latest turn in a protracted court battle over the 2014 drug charges. The Higher People’s Court of Liaoning Province ruled on Tuesday that his “conviction was accurate, the sentence was appropriate, and the trial procedures were legal.”

The decision was criticized by senior Canadian officials. Foreign Minister Marc Garneau condemned Beijing, saying in a statement that his country opposes death penalty “in any case,” calling Schellenberg’s sentence “arbitrary.”

Aug 09 05:55

Health Canada issues advisory for disposable masks with graphene

Health Canada is advising Canadians not to use disposable face masks that contain graphene.

Health Canada issued the notice on Friday and said wearers could inhale graphene, a single layer of carbon atoms.

Masks containing the toxic particles may have been distributed in some health-care facilities.

The recall comes after the Quebec government warned against wearing those masks last week. They had previously been distributed in schools and daycares in that province.

Aug 05 09:39

Video: Canadian Court Victory Proves COVID-19 Is a Hoax and All Restrictions Have Now Been Dropped

Patriot Patrick King represented himself in court after being fined $1200 dollars for protesting against the Covid-Hoax, he slew the beast and emerged VICTORIOUS.

He issued a subpoena to the Provincial Health Minister for proof that the so-called Covid-19 Virus exists, and they were forced to admit that they had no evidence whatsoever. The virus has never been isolated, and thus the government had no legal grounds to impose any of the punishing restrictions they have inflicted on society.

Since this shocking confession came to light, the Province has since rescinded all Covid-Restrictions and now officially treats Covid-19 as nothing more than a mild flu! WE WON!

King has shown the template to be followed WORLDWIDE. This is what can happen when you are not re-presented by a BAR (British Accredited Registry) Lawyer who’s first obligation is to the Corrupted Courts and not their client.

Aug 05 07:44

Freedom Fighter Court VICTORY! Ends Masking, Shots, Quarantine in Alberta!

Aug 04 06:10

Freedom Fighter Court VICTORY! Ends Masking, Shots, Quarantine in Alberta!

Aug 03 10:43

My own country of Canada just kicked me out because my Covid immunity was acquired naturally and not from a vaccine

I went home to visit my mother. Canada tried to force me into a Covid detention facility threatening fines and police action as they don’t recognize my natural immunity. I had no choice but to immediately fly back to Europe.

Aug 02 07:04

American Couple Fined $50,000 For Traveling To Canada With Fake Vaccination Documents

Canada has for more than the past year become known as having arguably the most stringent and far-reaching travel screening and lockdown/quarantine polices of any country. For example the US-Canada border is still closed, but is set to open August 9th - only for the fully vaccinated.

Throughout what's essentially been more or less a 'permanent' state of lockdown since the start of the pandemic, even Canadians re-entering the country from outside have had to quarantine for at least two weeks if they can't show proof of vaccination. This policy has been in effect in other countries as well, especially in Europe, which has perhaps made it inevitable that foreign travelers have sought to find ways around the restrictions. Authorities have worried about fake vaccination certificates popping up globally as the concept of 'COVID passports' has remained under discussion and is already fast becoming a reality at least in practice.

Aug 01 10:56


Looks like Justin Castro-Trudeau is setting up the Gulags.....

Jul 29 07:08


Jul 29 05:07

Canada Border Officers Vote To Strike, Warn Of Supply Chain Disruption

Thousands of Canada Border Services Agency personnel have overwhelmingly voted to authorize a strike – something that could throw a wrench into port, cross-border trucking, airfreight and international parcel operations.

The strike could happen as early as Aug. 6, the Public Service Alliance of Canada and its Customs and Immigration Union said on Tuesday. The union represents some 8,500 CBSA employees, including officers serving at ports of entry across the country.

The threat of a strike comes as Canada prepares to reopen its land border to nonessential travel for the first time since March 2020. The timing wasn’t lost on the union, which warned that a strike could lead to “significant disruption to the flow of goods.”

The impacts could bring delays to commercial vehicle traffic and impact parcel deliveries and duties collection, the union said.

Jul 28 06:11

Ancient Romanian gold mine awarded UNESCO world heritage status, complicating ongoing legal battle with Canadian company

The United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has awarded Romania’s Rosia Montana gold mine world heritage status. However, the move may complicate an ongoing lawsuit with a Canadian company.

During the latest session of the UN body’s World Heritage Committee, the Rosia Montana mine was awarded the special UNESCO status because of its historical significance, dating back to the second century.

According to the International Council on Monuments and Sites, the historical mine “contains the most significant, extensive and technically diverse underground Roman gold mining complex currently known in the world.”

Romania’s president, Klaus Iohannis, praised UNESCO’s listing of the site in a Facebook post on Tuesday, and proposed that Rosia Montana “should become a model for enhancing the value of heritage through the sustainable development of the area.”

Jul 23 07:03

‘I had never seen deaths happen so quickly’: Quebec nursing home gave COVID patients morphine instead of virus treatments

A Quebec nurse has testified that in accordance with provincial health department directives, her long-term care home administered morphine to coronavirus patients instead of caring for them to prolong their lives.

“I had never seen deaths happen so quickly,” Sylvie Morin told the Globe and Mail. Morin was an assistant chief nurse at Sainte-Dorothée, a long-term care (LTC) home where more than 100 residents died last year during the “first wave” of COVID-19.

She explained that the nursing home staff were instructed to give the residents thought to have COVID-19 a “respiratory distress protocol” that included morphine, the sedative Ativan, and the anti-nausea drug scopolamine. The Mayo Clinic notes that common side effects of injected morphine are “difficult or troubled breathing,” “irregular, fast or slow, or shallow breathing,” “shortness of breath,” and “very slow breathing.”

Jul 20 15:45

As a Parent, The Speed That Western Society And Culture Is Descending Into Hysterical Self-Hatred Makes Me Worry For My Children

These pressures manifest as a cultural self-hate which (amazingly) enjoys unanimous support from the American state, the education system, the media and global big business. Thus, we have the riots and statue removals related to Black Lives Matter, a somehow global movement based on events from a specific corner of one nation. -- Not satisfied with just that, we now have critical race theory (CRT) being implemented in many American schools, where it seems they will raise their children to celebrate an endemic, incurable guilt. Educating on a basis of blame or penance cannot be a good thing, for anyone.

Jul 16 05:56

Ontario's Grade 9 Will Be Taught That "Mathematics Has Been Used To Normalize Racism"

It looks like the post-modern lot has finally reached what many would think to be a sacred science that usurps the boundaries of racism, equality or wokeness: mathematics.

In Ontario, students in Grade 9 are now being taught about the "subjective" nature of math, including the historical use of math to "normalize racism", according to the Toronto Sun.

Education Minister Stephen Lecce announced last year that changes in Ontario's curriculum are inclusive of a ‘subjective’ and ‘decolonial’ approach to mathematics, the report says.

The Ontario Ministry's website says "an equitable mathematics curriculum recognizes that mathematics can be subjective". The post goes on to state:

"Mathematics is often positioned as an objective and pure discipline. However, the content and the context in which it is taught, the mathematicians who are celebrated, and the importance that is placed upon mathematics by society are subjective."

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It almost seems like they are saying math is racist because certain races are simply better at it!

Jul 16 05:23

Canadian Doctor: 62% of Patients Vaccinated for COVID Have Permanent Heart Damage

We have previously covered the story of Dr. Charles Hoffe, the brave doctor who has been practicing medicine for 28 years in the small, rural town of Lytton in British Columbia, Canada.

After he had administered about 900 doses of the Moderna experimental mRNA COVID-19 injections, he sounded the alarm over the severe reactions he was observing in his patients who chose to get the shot (he chose NOT to get it himself), which included death.

The result of him sounding the alarm was a gag order issued against him by the medical authorities in his community. He defied this gag order and was interviewed by Laura-Lynn Tyler Thompson on her show where he sounded the alarm. See: Canadian Doctor Defies Gag Order and Tells the Public How the Moderna COVID Injections Killed and Permanently Disabled Indigenous People in His Community

Jul 13 07:09

Joni Patry: What Is the Future of Canada?

Jul 08 17:37

Canada is turning into a “COVID Police State,” warns constitutional lawyer

Canadian constitutional lawyer and president of the Justice Center for Constitutional Freedoms John Carpay is warning the public that Canada is at risk of becoming a totalitarian COVID police state.

In a video he released in early May titled “Canada: The COVID Police State,” Carpay warned about how the Canadian government is turning into a police state. It is doing this through the accumulation of more and more power for itself under the pretext of keeping society safe from the coronavirus.

“Very basic, fundamental freedoms have been taken away from us,” said Carpay.

Jul 05 07:56

Media is FINALLY covering immense crimes against indigenous peoples in Canada that were known about DECADES ago. So why now?

The reprehensible issue of what many deem “mass murder” of indigenous children in Canada’s Catholic school system has been in global headlines in recent weeks. But this should have been in the headlines decades ago.

The nearly 1,000 bodies of indigenous children in mass graves were recently found by ground-penetrating radar, said the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous First Nations (FSIN) and the Cowessess First Nation.

A reported 150,000 indigenous children were abducted and imprisoned in the Catholic schools, where they were tortured with the intent of erasing their culture and language, as were also sexually abused, had needles driven through their tongues for speaking their own language, were sterilized, among many other horrific practices.

Jul 04 15:17

Canadian Government apologises after encouraging public to snitch on unvaccinated family members so they can be identified

The British Columbia government has apologised after asking Canadians to snitch on their unvaccinated family members.

On Thursday, an official BC government Twitter account called on residents to tag their unvaccinated friends or family members in the replies. The tweet has since been deleted.

“Thank you! Next, let’s get to 80%! Tag a friend or family member who still needs their first dose and help them register here:,” read the tweet.

Despite the tweet’s deletion, an unknown number of people were publicly outed as unvaccinated in the replies.

According to Black Press Media, the BC government apologised for the incident saying that they will work to “ensure this does not happen again.”

Jul 03 10:30

Canada’s Orwellian “pre-crime” Hate Speech Bill – And Other Weekly News from the Global Dystopia

By Simon Black, Sovereign Man

Are you ready for this week’s absurdity? Here’s our Friday roll-up of the most ridiculous stories from around the world that are threats to your liberty, risks to your prosperity… and on occasion, inspiring poetic justice.

Canada plans to punish hate speech pre-crime

If passed, a bill in the Canadian legislature will punish online or in-person “hate speech” with a fine up to C$20,000 (about $16,000 USD) if it targets a specific person.

The law states that “hate speech means the content of a communication that expresses detestation or vilification of an individual or group of individuals on the basis of a prohibited ground of discrimination.”

Nice and vague, just the way they like it...

Jul 03 05:25

Canada proposed Orwellian “pre-crime” hate speech bill

Are you ready for this week’s absurdity? Here’s our Friday roll-up of the most ridiculous stories from around the world that are threats to your liberty, risks to your prosperity… and on occasion, inspiring poetic justice.

Canada plans to punish hate speech pre-crime

If passed, a bill in the Canadian legislature will punish online or in-person “hate speech” with a fine up to C$20,000 (about $16,000 USD) if it targets a specific person.

The law states that “hate speech means the content of a communication that expresses detestation or vilification of an individual or group of individuals on the basis of a prohibited ground of discrimination.”

Jun 30 12:43

Canadian First Nation Uncovers 182 Graves at Another Former Forced Assimilation School

The Lower Kootenay Band said on Wednesday that they have located the remains of 182 individuals at the site of a former Canadian forced assimilation school.

"In the ground search conducted by the community of Aqam, the findings revealed 182 human remains in unmarked graves", the Lower Kootenay Band said in a statement.
The remains were located at the site of the former St. Eugene’s Mission School in Cranbrook, British Columbia, which was operated by the Roman Catholic Church between 1912 and the 1970s, the statement said.

The discovery was made just a week after the Cowessess First Nation the Canadian province of Saskatchewan located 751 unmarked graves on the site of a former residential school. Prior to that, Tk'emlups te Secwepemc First Nation announced that a deep scan of the Kamloops Indian Residential School site with ground-penetrating radar confirmed the discovery of 215 children’s remains, with some of the deceased being as young as three years old.

Jun 29 08:40


Jun 29 08:01

Canada Health Chief: ‘Covid’ Lockdowns Are Actually For Preventing Spread of ‘False Information’

Chief Medical Officer Dr. Robert Strang admitted during a COVID-19 hearing last month that the primary goal of Canada’s strict lockdowns was not to protect public health, but to prevent the free flow of information.

When a citizen asked Strang via phone call whether Canada’s injunction banning public gatherings was still necessary, Strang explained the real reason lockdowns were still in place.

“I think it’s still there. We still have — bringing large numbers of people together can present some risk. We’ll continue to look at that,” Strang said.

“But I think the other purpose of the injunction is to prevent groups that are deliberately spreading false information that creates risk,” he added.

Jun 29 05:37

Two MORE Catholic churches in British Columbia go up in flames amid ‘anger and rage’ over school mass graves

Another two Catholic churches have been apparently set on fire in British Columbia, making it four that have been destroyed since the discovery of mass graves at two defunct boarding schools for First Nations children.

The two fires were reported on Saturday morning, consuming the Lady of Lourdes Church in Chopaka and St. Ann’s Church in Hedley, some 60km away. St. Ann’s is on land belonging to the Upper Similkameen Indian Band, and Chopaka is in Lower Similkameen territory.

Jun 25 10:37

Canada: Liberals Propose ‘Hate Speech’ Bill with $50,000 Fine, 1 Year Jail

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government proposed legislation on Wednesday, Bill C-36, that is aimed at combating “hate speech” and “hate propaganda.”

Bill C-36 will “better protect Canadians from hate speech and online harms,” according to a news release from the federal government. The statement includes 33 mentions of the word “hate.”

The bill’s summary includes a proposed legal definition of “hatred” to be included in Canada’s Criminal Code. It defines “hatred” as “the emotion that involves detestation or vilification and that is stronger than dislike or disdain … For greater certainty, the communication of a statement does not incite or promote hatred, for the purposes of this section, solely because it discredits, humiliates, hurts or offends.”

The bill’s text does not specify if or how non-verbal messages such as images or videos would be regulated to control “hate.”

Jun 25 10:30

CBC Turns Off Facebook Comments To Protect "Fragile" Journalists' Mental Health And "Protect Free Speech"

In a move that can only be described as the pinnacle of embracing snowflake culture, the CBC has said this week it is going to close comments on all of its news links and video posts to Facebook pages to protect the mental health of its journalists.

Journalists - who used to be rugged and used to deal with varying opinions as part of the job description - are "fragile" and "in need of attention", like many other Canadians post-pandemic, the CBC wrote last week. Increasingly, they are facing "vitriol and harassment" for doing their jobs, the report notes.

"For journalists, platforms like Twitter can be a great way to find sources and promote their work, but also a cesspool of hatred. Increasingly, reporters are also physically attacked," Andre Picard told CBC.

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Hemingway is spinning in his grave. Actually, CBC is blocking comments because of all the people pointing out corporate media lies and propaganda.

Jun 24 07:00

PM Trudeau confirms COVID vax passport will be live within weeks, and internationally by the Fall

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau today confirmed his government is working on “two tracks” to proves one’s vaccine status for those that want to travel.

He said in the fall the government will be rolling out a “national certification of vaccination status” system that travelers can use to prove they’ve had the “full” two doses of the COVID-19 jab.

Jun 24 05:33

Practicing surgeon and professor fired by College of Medicine for voicing safety concerns about COVID shots for children

The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms represents Dr. Francis Christian, Clinical Professor of General Surgery at the University of Saskatchewan and a practising surgeon in Saskatoon. Dr. Christian was called into a meeting today [June 23], suspended from all teaching responsibilities effective immediately, and fired from his position with the University of Saskatchewan as of September 2021.

There is a recording of Dr. Christian’s meeting today between Dr. Christian and Dr. Preston Smith, the Dean of Medicine at the University of Saskatchewan, College of Medicine, Dr. Susan Shaw, the Chief Medical Officer of the Saskatchewan Health Authority, and Dr. Brian Ulmer, Head of the Department of Surgery at the Saskatchewan College of Medicine.

Jun 22 12:18

CBC Turns Off Facebook Comments To Protect "Fragile" Journalists' Mental Health And "Protect Free Speech"

In a move that can only be described as the pinnacle of embracing snowflake culture, the CBC has said this week it is going to close comments on all of its news links and video posts to Facebook pages to protect the mental health of its journalists.

Journalists - who used to be rugged and used to deal with varying opinions as part of the job description - are "fragile" and "in need of attention", like many other Canadians post-pandemic, the CBC wrote last week. Increasingly, they are facing "vitriol and harassment" for doing their jobs, the report notes.

"For journalists, platforms like Twitter can be a great way to find sources and promote their work, but also a cesspool of hatred. Increasingly, reporters are also physically attacked," Andre Picard told CBC.

Jun 22 07:27

Canadian MP Sounds Vaccine Alarm…

Jun 18 09:35

Canadian Political Leader Arrested for Attending Small Anti-Lockdown Protest—Days After Trudeau Attended Massive Ontario Gathering

By Patrick Carroll

Maxime Bernier, the leader of the People’s Party of Canada (PPC), was arrested last Friday after speaking at an anti-lockdown protest in St-Pierre-Jolys, Manitoba. He was arrested for violating provincial health orders, which prohibit indoor and outdoor gatherings on both public and private property and mandate 14 days of self-isolation for anyone entering the province...

Jun 15 10:15

Canadian PM Told Staff, ‘Kamala Will Be President By 2022’

After Joe Biden’s laughably pathetic G7 performance has world leaders telling their staff Joe-mentia is not long for the office of President.

Reports claim Biden could be out by the end of 2022.

Jun 14 09:57

Canada rejects 300,000 doses of the J.&J. vaccine made in the U.S. because of contamination issues.

Canada’s health products regulator has rejected the country’s first and only shipment of Johnson & Johnson’s Covid vaccine because of contamination issues at the U.S. plant that produced it.

The 300,000 doses had been held in storage since April to allow Health Canada to conduct a safety review. The regulator, in a statement issued on Friday evening, said that Emergent BioSolutions had made those doses at the same time as other batches of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine that were found to be contaminated with the harmless virus used to manufacture the AstraZeneca vaccine.

Health Canada said its review was unable to determine that the vaccines sent to Canada met “the department’s rigorous quality standards.” The regulator also said that it would not approve the use of any vaccines or vaccine ingredients made at the factory until it sends inspectors there, most likely in the summer.

Jun 10 08:23

Keystone XL Oil Project Abandoned by Developer

Canada’s TC Energy Corp. and the Albertan provincial government said Wednesday they would scuttle the Keystone XL oil pipeline project, bringing to an end a yearslong controversy over an effort to pipe more Canadian crude to the U.S.

The decision had been expected after President Biden used his first day in office to revoke a key permit for the pipeline to cross the country’s northern border, shutting down construction.

It marks a historic victory for environmentalists who for a decade have made Keystone XL the focus of a campaign to block new pipeline construction as a way to limit oil consumption that contributes to global warming.

Jun 08 11:40

WATCH: Angry demonstrators in Canada behead statue of Egerton Ryerson, architect of controversial abuse-prone school system

Protesters have toppled and beheaded a statue of Egerton Ryerson, an architect of Canada’s infamous residential school system for indigenous children, amid growing anger over the recent discovery of mass graves at one such school.

The incident occurred on Sunday following a rally held at Ryerson University in downtown Toronto. The demonstration was held in response to last month’s announcement by the Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc First Nation about the potential unearthing of the remains of some 215 children buried on the site of a former residential school in the British Columbia province.

According to a statement by the university, more than 1,000 people had participated in the nearly four-hour protest and march. While no incidents were reported during the event, a “truck arrived” about “an hour” after the protesters left and “proceeded to pull down the statue.”

Jun 08 11:13

Canada school deaths: Indigenous leaders dismayed at Pope’s lack of apology

Indigenous leaders and school survivors in Canada have dismissed Pope Francis’ expression of sorrow—and not an apology—for the gruesome discovery of a mass grave containing the remains of 215 children at a former Catholic residential school.

Delivering his Sunday blessing in St. Peter's Square, Pope Francis expressed his sadness about the discovery at the former boarding school for indigenous Canadians and called for respect for the native peoples’ rights. However, the Pope did not offer an apology.

The indigenous community in Canada has demanded an apology from the Pope for the incident as the residential schools were mostly run by the Catholic Church on behalf of the government.

Bobby Cameron, chief of the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations in Saskatchewan, rebuked the Pope and said, “How hard is it for the Pope to say: I'm very sorry for the way our organization treated the First Nations people, the First Nations students during those times, we are sorry, we pray.”

Jun 08 11:05

Canadian Border Agency Urgently Developing Biometric Vaccine Certificates

(Canadian Security) OTTAWA — Canada’s border agency is urgently looking to hire a global technology firm to help develop a biometric strategy in response to rapidly evolving issues including COVID-19.

The Canada Border Services Agency issued a notice of procurement today inviting 15 firms to submit proposals for immediately setting up an Office of Biometrics and Identity Management.

The agency also wants a strategy and road map for digital solutions using biometric-related technologies to address issues flowing from the pandemic and other priorities...

Jun 08 10:45

Russia Hits Canada With Mirroring Sanctions: 9 Officials Barred From Country Indefinitely

Russia has hit back at Canada after March 24 sanctions which saw nine Russian officials banned from Canada over "gross and systematic violations of human rights in Russia" related to the Alexey Navalny saga.

At that time senior Russian officials had been accused over "the attempted murder" of Navalny last August, which saw the anti-Putin activist hospitalized in Berlin. Moscow had vowed it would prepare retaliatory sanctions in return, and that moment has come Monday, with the foreign ministry announcing a ban on precisely nine Canadian citizens from indefinitely entering its territory.

Canada has been among multiple countries, including the US and EU, to level sanctions on Moscow in relation to Navalny, who since his return from Germany to Moscow has been serving a couple year stint at a prison outside the Russian capital stemming from a prior embezzlement case.

Jun 08 10:15

CPSO to Ontario Doctors: “Shut Up or Lose Your Licence”

On April 30, the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario (CPSO) announced explicitly a controversial policy that many Ontario doctors had intuitively feared it would adopt. Its Twitter feed, @cpso_ca, contained the framed statement shown below.

CPSO commands Ontario’s doctors not to make any statements that might be considered anti-vaccine, anti-masking, anti-distancing, or anti-lockdown. It forbids them to promote “unsupported, unproven” treatments for COVID-19. (Unproven by what standards? CPSO doesn’t say.) Doctors are further forbidden to make comments that might encourage people to act contrary to public health orders.

Finally, there’s a naked threat: say the wrong thing and you’ll face “disciplinary action”. This translates into, “We’ll suspend your licence, cut off your income stream and impoverish you.”

This is a horrifying statement from both a medical and a legal perspective.

Jun 08 09:25

Muslim family killed in a planned hate crime in Canada

A 20 year old Canadian driver ploughed a pickup truck into a Muslim family of five, killing four and seriously injuring the fifth in an attack in the Ontario city of London which has been described as “hate crime” by the Canadian police.

Police later arrested the young driver, Nathaniel Veltman 20, in the parking lot of a nearby mall. In the attack, his truck mounted a kerb and struck and ran over the victims at an intersection.

“This was an act of mass murder perpetuated against Muslims,” London Mayor Ed Holder told the media.

“It was rooted in unspeakable hatred. The magnitude of such hatred can make one question who we were as a city.”

Among the victims were a 74-year-old woman, a 46-year-old man, a 44-year-old woman and a 15-year-old girl.

Jun 08 06:57

Canada launches “Vaccine Injury Support Program” after granting Big Pharma total immunity from covid vaccine lawsuits

After granting pharmaceutical companies total immunity from all lawsuits involving injury or death caused by Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccines,” Canada decided to launch a new “Vaccine Injury Support Program” (VISP) to provide compensation for those who experience “a serious and permanent injury” resulting from an injection.

The first ever program of its kind in Canada, VISP was launched back in December 2020 right around the time when Prime Minister Justin Trudeau gave the green light for mass administration of Wuhan Flu shots. Theresa Tam, Canada’s Chief Medical Officer, unveiled the program in a tweet.

On the VISP website, it is explained that the program will “ensure that all people in Canada who have experienced a serious and permanent injury as a result of receiving a Health Canada authorized vaccine, administered in Canada on or after December 8, 2020, have fair and timely access to financial support.”

Jun 06 07:22

‘It’s happening & it’s probably spreading’: Canadian health officials baffled by MYSTERY deadly brain disease

A fresh outbreak of a mysterious illness has been making headlines in Canada. A neurological disease dubbed the New Brunswick Syndrome has affected dozens and killed six people in recent months in the region that gave it its name.
At least 48 people aged between 18 and 85, almost equally men and women, have been suffering from an inexplicable illness that has caused their health to swiftly deteriorate. Visual and auditory hallucinations, memory loss, difficulty walking and balance issues are among the symptoms of the mysterious condition, which is reported to have killed six patients thus far.

Jun 05 06:37

Shipping company abruptly cuts off guns & ammo delivery across Canada

Jun 01 09:11

Space junk hit the International Space Station, damaging a robotic arm

(CNN)A robotic arm located outside of the International Space Station has been hit by orbital debris, but it's still functioning.

The impact to Canadarm2, first noticed by NASA and the Canadian Space Agency during a routine inspection on May 12, punched a hole in the arm boom and its thermal blanket.

"Despite the impact, results of the ongoing analysis indicate that the arm's performance remains unaffected," according to a release by the Canadian Space Agency.

While the exact object responsible for this damage is unknown, the space station is at risk of impact from objects too small to be tracked as it orbits the Earth from 220 nautical miles away. These tiny objects could be pieces of rock, micrometeorites, dust particles or even flecks of paint that chip off of satellites.

About 23,000 objects about the size of a softball or larger are constantly tracked by space agencies to ensure that they don't collide with satellites or the space station.

May 31 20:03

Canadian Doctor Removed from Hospital Duty after Speaking out about COVID “Vaccine” Side Effects

By Brian Shilavy

Last month we published an interview with Dr. Charles Hoffe, a medical doctor for 28 years in the small, rural town of Lytton in British Columbia, Canada.

He tried to sound the alarm over the troubling side effects he was seeing in his community from the COVID-19 shots, which included one death.

The results of his trying to warn the medical system about what he was seeing are that he was issued a gag order and basically told to shut up.

He didn’t...

May 30 15:26

Canada: Remains of 215 children found at Indigenous residential school

A mass grave containing the remains of 215 Indigenous children has been discovered on the grounds of a former residential school in the interior of southern British Columbia in Canada.

The grim discovery at the former school near the town of Kamloops was announced late on Thursday by the Tk’emlups te Secwepemc people after the site was examined by a team using ground-penetrating radar.

“We had a knowing in our community that we were able to verify. To our knowledge, these missing children are undocumented deaths,” said Rosanne Casimir, chief of the Tk’emlups te Secwepemc, in a statement.

Some of the remains belong to children as young as three years old, but the causes and timing of their deaths are not yet known. “At this time we have more questions than answers,” said Ms Casimir.

The Kamloops Indian residential school was established in 1890 under the leadership of the Roman Catholic church, and closed in 1978.