Jan 14 09:42


Jan 14 05:10

Meng Wanzhou: Bullets sent in mail to Huawei's finance chief

Top Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou has been sent bullets in the mail while under house arrest in Vancouver, according to court testimony.

It was one of several alleged death threats revealed on Wednesday by the company providing her security.

Ms Meng was detained in 2018 on charges relating to allegedly misleading HSBC about Huawei's dealings in Iran.

Her case has created a rift between China and Canada, with Beijing repeatedly calling for her release.

The chief financial officer of Huawei was arrested at Vancouver International Airport on a warrant from the US, where she is facing charges of bank fraud and potentially causing HSBC to break US sanctions.

Days after she was released on bail, she was placed under house arrest in Vancouver. She has been fighting against her extradition to the US, which wants her to stand trial.

Jan 12 09:43

People traveling to Canada need negative COVID test or they’ll be quarantined in government camp

On December 31, Canada’s Transport Minister Marc Garneau announced the new entry requirements for air travelers entering Canada, which take effect January 7.

“Our government remains committed to protecting the health and safety of Canadians. These new measures will provide another layer of protection for Canadians as we continue to assess public health risks and work to limit the spread of COVID-19 in Canada,” said Garneau of the new measures.

Transport Canada originally said that should one not be able to obtain a molecular polymerase chain reaction (PCR) COVID-19 test in the country he is leaving from, an airline is allowed to let a person board, but upon arrival into Canada, he must report to a government-approved COVID-19 quarantine camp and stay there for 14 days.

Jan 06 07:33

Gravitas: Trudeau government is silent about who got billions in aid

Jan 05 11:07

Video: Ontario Death Count includes People who didn’t die of COVID-19

The following report (excerpts) was published in early October 6, 2020 by the Toronto Sun. The report confronts the legitimacy of the policies which are now being enforced in the province.

Below are excerpts of the Toronto Sun report by Anthony Fury
The daily pandemic death counts in Ontario include people who have tested positive for COVID-19 but have not necessarily died from the virus.

The exact number of people who fit into this category is unknown by the government and not even being counted.
The Sun was able to confirm this information after speaking with three of the hardest hit public health units in Ontario — Toronto, Ottawa and Peel Region.

Dec 29 16:37

Carmine Perrelli - Local Councillor, Regional Municipality of York, Ontario

"Let's cut down to the chase"

Listen to this wise man

Dec 28 07:45

Calgary Police Arrest Man for Playing Ice Hockey Outside (Reaction)

Dec 24 12:51

Land Grab Coming for Canadians

Dec 22 10:32

Israel illegally recruits Canadian citizens to its army

Human rights activists are demanding an end to the Israeli military’s recruitment of Canadians, which violates the laws of that country.

The Canadian government has so far refused to enforce its laws, allowing Israel to continue the practice.

Canadians joined Zionist militias during the Nakba, the forced expulsion of Palestinians from their homeland in 1947 and 1948.

The Israeli army has boasted in recent years that it has enlisted hundreds of Canadian citizens to its occupation military, joining other foreigners including those from the US.

Dec 22 08:44

Anti-lockdown Protest, in Downtown, Toronto, Canada 4k December 5, 2020

Dec 21 14:02

Ontario will enter strict lockdown on Dec. 26, nearly all non-essential businesses to close

Ontario will go into a strict province-wide lockdown on Dec. 26, forcing nearly all non-essential businesses to close.

The lockdown will begin at 12:01 a.m. on Dec. 26 and will last until Jan. 23 for all regions in southern Ontario, the government has announced. The health units not in southern Ontario will remain in lockdown until Jan. 9.

The lockdown was originally set to begin on Dec. 24 but was pushed back two days by cabinet on Monday.

Dec 19 08:33

Freedom of Information reveals Public Health Agency of Canada has no record of “SARS-COV-2” isolation performed by anyone, anywhere, ever

Further down this page you will see a screenshot of a Freedom of Information request that I submitted to the Public Health Agency of Canada almost 6 months ago, requesting evidence that is absolutely essential (but not on its own sufficient) for establishing the existence of the alleged “COVID-19 virus” aka “SARS-COV-2”.

Without this step having been performed (followed by controlled experiments), there is no way to claim scientifically that the alleged “novel coronavirus” (blamed for widespread death/disease/lockdown measures) actually exists.

Without this step having been performed and followed by the necessary controlled experiments, all claims of this alleged virus are nothing but wild, unscientific, fraud-based speculation backed only by fraudulent science, fraudulent tests and fraudulent diagnoses.

And naturally this entire procedure must have been performed not just once, but replicated.

Dec 16 08:44

SHOCKING ALLEGATIONS: Fashion Mogul Peter Nygard Indicted on Sex-Trafficking Charges

Federal officials in New York today announced the unsealing of a nine-count indictment charging Canadian fashion executive Peter Nygard, 79, with racketeering, sex trafficking, and related crimes arising out of a decades-long pattern of criminal conduct involving at least dozens of victims in the United States, the Bahamas, and Canada, among other locations.

Nygard was taken into custody on December 14, 2020, in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada by Canadian authorities after the United States requested Canada issue a Provisional Arrest Warrant pursuant to the extradition treaty between the two countries.

Dec 16 02:55

Canadian RVers found a loophole in border closure rules so they can winter in the warmer US

Canadians can fly to the United States - which has a higher coronavirus case rate than Canada - at their own risk and must satisfy testing and quarantine requirements when they return home.

Canadians can fly to the United States - which has a higher coronavirus case rate than Canada - at their own risk and must satisfy testing and quarantine requirements when they return home.

“Winter in Canada - even where it’s the mildest - is rainy, cold, miserable, and it wasn’t something we wanted to do,” says Alex Kurm, 44, a longtime RVer who entered the United States with his family last month. They took a 12-minute charter flight across the border, and they retrieved their RV from a shipping company that transported it to the U.S. side.

Dec 15 07:35

Trudeau Chooses Big Pharma’s Rights over Health of Billions

The Canadian government is choosing corporate property rights over the health of billions.

The World Trade Organization is currently discussing a proposal by India and South Africa calling for a waiver of certain rules on intellectual property rights to allow poor countries to produce COVID-19 vaccines. Backed by about 100 countries, the initiative to temporarily waive some elements of the TRIPS Intellectual Property Rights accord has been opposed by Ottawa. The Liberals’ opposition to the “Waiver from Certain Provisions of the TRIPS Agreement for the Prevention, Containment and Treatment of COVID-19” is particularly galling since Canada is hoarding COVID-19 vaccines. A recent report showed that Canada was the worst offender in the world, having amassed enough vaccines to cover the entire Canadian population five times over. Many poor countries have barely enough vaccines on order to cover 10% of their population.

Dec 11 11:00

Ontario Government going to issue 'Immunity Passports' so people can prove they have received it

On Thursday, Brenda McPhail, Director of Privacy, Technology & Surveillance at the Canadian Civil Liberties Association joined Kitchener Today with Brian Bourke on 570 NEWS.

During their conversation, they discussed the recent remarks from Ontario's Health Minister Christine Elliot.

During a press conference, Minister Elliot said Ontario will issue government documentation or 'Immunity Passports' so that people can prove they have received the vaccine.

Minister Elliot also mentioned that the vaccine will not be mandatory, however, people who decide not to take it could face certain restrictions, such as, eventually not being able to access communal spaces.

Dec 06 08:47

Chief Medical Officer Says Canadians Who Refuse Vaccine Won't Have "Freedom To Move Around"

Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer says that those who refuse to take the COVID vaccine won’t have “freedom to move around” and will have to continue to wear masks.

Dr. David Williams was asked if he “would make some sort of mandatory vaccination recommendation.”

Williams acknowledged that “we can’t force someone to take a vaccine,” but when on to explain how people who didn’t take it would have their freedom of mobility severely restricted.

“What we can do is to say sometimes for access or ease of getting into certain settings, if you don’t have vaccination then you’re not allowed into that setting without other protection materials,” said Williams.

Dec 04 15:33

Biden Should Look to Canada to See the Mess of Confiscating Guns

This is all too chilling to Canadian gun owners. It’s also a cautionary tale for American gun owners to not take their Second Amendment for granted. The magnitude of firearm ownership in America dwarfs that of Canada. The costs and bureaucracy would dwarf the billions Canada is expected to pay. -- The actions President-elect Biden proposed aren’t really any different than what Canada is witnessing now. Here, though, it is unconstitutional.

Dec 04 10:12

Canada: Government and Bankers Pay "Antifa" Members to Dox and Attack Right Wingers

Last week, Kurt Phillips of Anti-Racist Canada (ARC) retired his blog after 13 years.

ARC was an early pioneer of the tactic of “doxing,” where leftists post the addresses, photos of homes, and other personal information of political dissidents in order to threaten and intimidate them into silence. Over the years, Phillips has targeted free speech activists, Canadian nationalists, Proud Boys, immigration skeptics and even the Canadian Yellow Vest movement, sometimes paired with thinly veiled calls to violence.

Even his farewell message encourages readers to follow explicitly violent anarchist groups and left-wing “skinheads” like SHARP.

Early this year, Phillips was himself exposed as a gay communist teacher at St. Anthony’s Catholic school in Drumheller, Alberta, where he continues to work despite revelations of his activities and litigation alleging unethical and potentially illegal behavior.

Nov 30 20:46


CTV News edits clip to hide the real death count numbers. Recently CTV News aired a clip that correctly pointed out the number of deaths attributed to Covid-19(84) in long term care facilities, in Canada there has been 10,947 Covid related deaths with an astonishing 10,781 of those deaths coming from old age homes which means only 166 deaths in all of Canada occurred outside of an old age home (with many of those people dying “with” Covid as opposed to “of” Covid. In this video Dan Dicks of Press For Truth exposes CTV for covering up their Freudian slip as the truth was accidentally revealed in one of their segments than promptly deleted following a PFT expose!

Nov 27 10:00

CBC: “completely overwhelming” emergency room report – except it is fake!

Unlike other nurses and doctors reporting declining COVID deaths, the CBC reports that a nurse in Manitoba is coping with a dire situation at Bethesda Regional Health Centre in Steinbach, Manitoba, Canada. A local reporter goes to the scene to video the situation and finds a completely different situation. Hmmm?

According to the nurse the situation in completely overwhelming she describes the scene…

“It has been completely and absolutely overwhelming,” said Sarah Neufeld, who works at Bethesda Regional Health Centre in Steinbach, Man.

“We don’t just have a full waiting room. We have a full waiting room and a full ER, of very sick and sometimes rapidly declining patients that require a lot of one-to-one care nursing that we can’t give — we cannot safely give.”

Nov 27 06:55


Moments ago, Adam Skelly of Adamson Barbeque, the working class restaurateur who defied Toronto’s pandemic lockdown, was arrested, handcuffed, and taken away by Toronto police.

That wasn’t even the worst of it. There were at least 50 police involved in the SWAT-style raid, including mounted police — the sort of thing you send to quell a riot.

Except it wasn’t a riot. It was hundreds of peaceful citizens going to buy a sandwich.

Nov 24 18:41

Journo Live-Tweets Herself Harassing Small Biz For Opening Restaurant In Defiance Of Lockdown

Toronto Star journo Jennifer Pagliaro made herself the hero of her own story on Tuesday when she harassed a small business owner for opening his restaurant in defiance of Ontario government corona lockdown orders.

Nov 16 06:21


I have actual audio and video of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau admitting they are using the COVID-19 "Pandemic" as "an opportunity."

You'll hear the Prime Minister's Actual Words:

"This Pandemic has provided an OPPORTUNITY for a RESET. This is our chance to accelerate our pre-Pandemic efforts to re-imagine economic systems that actually address global challenges like extreme poverty, inequality, and climate change."

Nov 13 04:33

Liberty talk Canada is FIGHTING A WAR for us.

Nov 04 07:47

Trudeau warns there ‘may not be’ Christmas in Canada because of COVID-19

Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau warned that unless “we’re really, really careful” Canadians might “not be” able to celebrate Christmas with family and friends, despite having allegedly broken coronavirus restrictions himself to visit his family this Easter.

“We are in an unprecedented global pandemic. That really sucks, it’s tough going through the second wave, it’s frustrating having shut down all of our lives through the spring, and now be forced to make more difficult choices and knowing there’s going to be a tough winter ahead as well,” said Trudeau last week at a news conference.

“And it’s frustrating knowing that unless we’re really, really careful, there may not be the kinds of family gatherings we want to have at Christmas, but we will get through this; vaccines are on the horizon.”

Nov 02 06:45

Why Canada Must Release Meng Wanzhou

Few things are as dangerous as a poorly thought-out kidnapping. Kidnappings are serious business, often with unintended consequences. History is replete with dimwitted criminals who engaged in them on a whim, only to discover adverse outcomes far beyond their imagining. One dramatic example happened 90 years ago this week.

On October 24, a mother with young children is kidnapped. She is the cherished wife of an important man whom the kidnapper’s gang is in competition with. The plan is that by abducting her, the kidnapper will create unbearable psychological pressure on her husband, force him to capitulate, or at least damage his resolve.

Nov 01 07:58

Canadian opposition aghast as Trudeau responds to violence over Mohammed cartoons by saying freedom of expression must have LIMITS

Canadian opposition party leader Erin O'Toole was appalled by Justin Trudeau's tepid support for "free speech" in the face of Islamist attacks over Mohammed cartoons, saying the prime minister is undermining a pillar of democracy.

“It is very disturbing when the prime minister sends the signal that he is not protecting freedom of expression,” O'Toole said on Saturday on Twitter.

Oct 28 03:33

Canada rallies against Covid-1984 tyranny!

Oct 27 07:04

US Reportedly Asked that Devices of Meng Wanzhou Be Secured During Arrest Against 'Remote Erasure'

Meng Wanzhou earlier lost her appeal to unseal confidential documents related to her extradition case as the Huawei Chief Financial Officer claims to have been illegally arrested in December 2018 and sought to disclose the documents which purportedly contain evidence of unlawful actions by the Canadian authorities.

An officer of the Royal Canadian mounted police (RCMP) who arrested Meng Wanzhou during a stopover at Vancouver International Airport has testified in B.C. Supreme Court to reveal that Washington had requested that data on her phone and laptop be secured against being “erased remotely”, reports CBC News.

Const. Winston Yep testified on 26 October about the hours leading up to the arrest of the Huawei chief financial officer on 1 December 2018, claiming he knew immediately that her extradition case was "high-profile" when he was handed her file the day before her flight from Hong Kong, although he didn't know who exactly Meng was.

Oct 22 05:57

Canadians call on justice department to investigate IDF recruitment in Toronto schools

Canadian law makes it illegal to recruit soldiers for a foreign state. But, the line between enticing impressionable young people to oppress Palestinians and formal recruitment is unclear.

In an open letter signed by Noam Chomsky, Roger Waters, filmmaker Ken Loach, author Yann Martel, former MP Jim Manly, poet El Jones and more than 150 others call on the Canadian Justice Minister David Lametti to investigate the Israeli consulate for advertisements to recruitment Canadians into the Israel’s military, and possible military recruitment inside of Toronto schools. The letter and adjoining formal complaint asks the federal government on Monday to apply charges under the Foreign Enlistment Act against those recruiting Canadians, if such violations are found during an inquiry.

Oct 20 14:51

Trudeau - just watch me

Oct 20 07:08

WATCH: Province to expand digital services with new action plan

The Ontario government released an action plan today which it states is a roadmap to make public sector services more digitally accessible.

In a press release issued today, the government explained "One of the projects identified in the Action Plan is developing a digital identity, based on digital wallet technology. Starting in January 2021, the government will consult with industry on how the province could introduce a secure digital identity for Ontarians by the end of 2021, allowing citizens to safely verify their identity, online or in person. A digital identity will make life easier and more convenient, while protecting people's data and helping to combat identity fraud."

Oct 18 06:25


Consortium News, which frequently covers WikiLeaks and various whistleblower stories, has sued Global News for “falsely accusing” the media organization of “being part of a cyber-influence campaign directed by Russia.”

As the lawsuit [PDF] filed in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia indicates, on December 10, 2019, Global News allegedly spread “false, unfair, and inaccurate statements” that held Consortium News “up to scorn, ridicule, and contempt in the industry.”

The statements suggested Consortium News was responsible for “grossly unethical behavior, dishonesty, lack of integrity, conspiracy,” and the organization was unfit to publish in the news media.

During January, libel notices were sent to Global News and the Communications Security Establishment (CSE). The notices demanded a retraction of any mention of Consortium News as well as an apology.

Oct 17 07:40

China Threatens ‘Health and Safety’ of Canadians if Justin Trudeau Helps Hong Kong Refugees

China’s Ambassador to Canada, Cong Peiwu, warned the country on Thursday that, if Ottawa cares about the “health and safety” of Canadians, it will not extend a hand to help Hong Kong refugees fleeing a wave of communist repression.

Leftist Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had warned China in remarks this week that Canada would not accept “coercive diplomacy” and that Ottawa would publicly condemn China for human rights abuses both in Hong Kong and in Xinjiang, a western province where evidence suggests the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has placed as many as 3 million people in concentration camps.

Oct 16 11:50

Criticizing Israel isn’t anti-Semitic, say 80 percent of Canadians

Most Canadians don’t believe that criticism of Israel is anti-Semitic, a new poll conducted by the research firm EKOS shows.

This means that ordinary citizens do not support the government’s announcement last year that it would formally adopt a definition of anti-Semitism that conflates criticism of Israel with anti-Jewish bigotry.

According to the survey’s results, 80 percent of Canadians believe that accusing Israel of committing human rights violations is not an anti-Semitic act. Neither is calling for a boycott of Israel, 76 percent say.

Nearly 70 percent say that comparing Israel’s apartheid policies to South African apartheid laws is not tantamount to anti-Jewish bigotry.

And three quarters of Canadians polled think that students who advocate for Palestinian rights exhibit legitimate political expression.

Oct 12 06:11

Police checkpoints to start Friday in Quebec to limit travel as COVID-19 cases surge

Quebec provincial police will begin manning checkpoints in Quebec to curb the spread of COVID-19, as new cases and hospitalizations surge in the province.

The Surete du Quebec (SQ) is calling the stops "awareness points" and won't be handing out tickets.

Rather, they are meant to educate the population and remind commuters that they should only be getting in their cars and driving between zones if absolutely necessary.

Oct 09 05:19

Cops Terrorize Ontario Woman in Self-Quarantine

The weaponizing of public health directives is turning a healthy, kind, gentle, and patriotic people into a suspicious, polarized, angry, and distressed society at graceless odds with one another.

At 1:22 AM I received a highly panicked call from my daughter who was abiding by self-isolation orders following international travel. My 32-year-old single daughter was "holed up" for 14 days at her brother's vacant rural property as he himself works abroad.

For her, being in remote rural property far from any neighbors in a creaky old farmhouse was already a scary stretch. But to comply with our citizenship responsibilities, we all agreed to endure the risk and do our part to not be accused of importing Sars-2.

At the other end of the phone was my daughter, in hushed, breathless, bursts of sheer terror, telling me someone was trying to break into the house--her worst fears and ours!

Oct 06 12:23

Israel lobby pressures Univ of Toronto to rescind scholar hire

The University of Toronto has allegedly rescinded a job offer to a prominent human rights scholar after a sitting Canadian tax court judge complained about her research on Palestinian rights.

Oct 06 07:27

When will the word ‘Palestine’ be allowed on Canadian airwaves?

On August 18, 2020, renowned cartoonist Joe Sacco was interviewed by Canadian public radio host Duncan McCue, who is Anishinaabe, a member of the Chippewas of Georgina Island First Nation, for his program The Current, which is produced by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. The two discussed colonization, resource extraction, and Sacco’s latest graphic novel Paying the Land, about the Dene people of Canada’s Northwest Territories. All seemed kosher until the editors of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) determined that they must scrub the word “Palestine” from the official transcript of the show and from future broadcasts.

When the show aired that same day, three hours later on the West Coast and in the published transcript of the show, McCue introduced Sacco’s art simply by saying “your work in conflict zones, Bosnia, Iraq.” The word “Palestine” had been cut.

Already concerning — but there’s more.

Oct 06 06:09

Canada halts sale of drone gear to Turkey over alleged use in Nagorno-Karabakh, Ankara dubs it 'double standards'

Canada has halted sales of drone sensors to Turkey over fears they could be used to help Baku fight Armenians in disputed Nagorno-Karabakh. Ankara responded by recalling Ottawa's arms exports to states involved in the Yemeni war.

The surprise decision by the Canadian government – announced by Foreign Affairs Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne on Monday – "is an indication of the double-standard approach of this country," the Turkish Foreign Ministry said in a statement on Tuesday.

Turkish diplomats also recalled that Ottawa has been less principled when it comes to exporting arms to other warring parties around the world. Canada "did not see any problem in exporting weapons to countries that were militarily involved in the crisis in Yemen, which was one of the greatest humanitarian tragedies of this century," Ankara noted.

Oct 01 20:08

You Could Make $2,000 For Sharing Your COVID-19 Story As Part Of A Government Campaign

No one should have to experience being hospitalized for COVID-19. But if you've already lived through the nightmare, then you might as well do something positive with it. A casting agency is urgently seeking "people in Montreal who are willing to share their story on how they’ve been hospitalized from COVID-19" — and you'll get $2,000 for the job.

No previous acting experience is required.

Sep 22 07:12

Canada’s No.1 Oil Hub Lost Its Only School

Sep 20 05:18

Britain, France, and Germany Spurn US Plan for Iran Sanctions

Trump Administration officials have been saying this for weeks, but on Friday reiterated their intentions to try to enforce a UN Security Council resolution that includes broad sanctions against Iran. Officials say they expect every nation to comply.

The glaring problem with this is that the resolution doesn’t exist, at least not as an active resolution the US wants. The P5+1 nuclear deal gave the US the authority to reimpose sanctions on Iran, but the US had withdrawn from that pact years ago. Though the Trump Administration argued that didn’t matter, the UN has virtually unanimously rejected their interpretation, and rejected the UN Security Council resolution. The US believes the resolution becomes active Sunday, but the reality is it just doesn’t exist legally.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

These actions spell desperation on the cusp of madness, and the world is not following suit; so, what is next here, an invasion of Iran?!?

Considering just how "brilliantly" the other US occupations around the world are going, you might imagine it might just be time for a "re-think" on this; but of course, Israel's Bibi Netanyahu will not allow that to happen; he wants the US waging war against Iran, so Israel will not have to.

Sep 18 07:16

Canada More Lockdowns?

Sep 17 11:50

84% of Canadians think the ICC should investigate Israeli officials over alleged war crimes

A new survey conducted by EKOS Research Associates shows that an overwhelming majority of Canadians would support International Criminal Court (ICC) investigation of Israel.

The poll, which was co-sponsored by Canadians for Justice and Peace in the Middle East (CJPME), Independent Jewish Voices Canada (IJV), and the United Network for Justice and Peace in Palestine-Israel (UNJPPI), found that 84% of Canadians think the ICC should investigate alleged war crimes committed by Israeli officials. 86% of Canadians do not believe that the human rights record of Israel should be overlooked because the country is an ally of Canada. 82% want Canada’s current policy toward Jerusalem to be maintained, with the city being shared rather than it being recognized as Israel’s capital exclusively.

Sep 17 10:33

Regarding Possible ICC Investigation into Alleged Israeli War Crimes, Canadians Reject Double Standard for Israel

Amid growing controversy over a possible International Criminal Court (ICC) investigation into Israel, newly published results from a survey conducted by EKOS Research Associates show that Canadians do not want Israel to be treated differently than other countries when it comes to consequences for alleged war crimes or human rights violations. The survey found that Canadians support an ICC investigation of any country accused of war crimes, including Israel, and they do not want Canada to overlook Israel’s human rights violations. The survey further found that Canadians do not support recognizing Jerusalem as exclusively Israel’s capital.

Sep 14 06:47

Canada’s Trudeau Creates Race-Based $221m Fund for Black People Only

Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau has announced the federal government will be investing $221 million of taxpayer cash in a group to give loans to black entrepreneurs to start businesses.

Sep 10 06:49

Quebec City Says it Will Isolate “Uncooperative” Citizens in Secret Corona Facility

Authorities in Quebec City, Canada have announced they will isolate “uncooperative” citizens in a coronavirus facility, the location of which remains a secret.

During a press conference, Dr. Jacques Girard, who heads the Quebec City public health authority, drew attention to a case where patrons at a bar were ordered to wait until their COVID-19 tests came back, but disregarded the command and left the premises before the results came back positive.

This led to them being deemed “uncooperative” and forcibly interned in a quarantine facility.

Aug 28 07:50

A UN Vote Exposed Canada’s Blind and Unconditional Support for Israel

The notion that ‘Canada is better’, especially when compared with US foreign policy, has persisted for many years. Recent events at the United Nations have, however, exposed the true nature of Canada’s global position, particularly in the matter of its blind and unconditional support for Israel.

On June 17, Canada lost its second bid for the coveted UN Security Council seat, which, had it won, would have allowed Ottawa the opportunity to become a world leader, pushing its own agenda – and those of its allies – on the global stage.

However, this, too, was a wasted opportunity. Only 108 countries voted for Canada while 130 and 128 voted for Norway and Ireland respectively. Both these countries will be admitted to the Security Council, starting January 1, 2021.

Aug 17 06:21

DISLOYALTY: Trudeau Liberal Government Gave Huge Embassy Security Contract To China Communist Party-Controlled Company, Even Though A Calgary Company Offered A LOWER PRICE

In mid-July, I wrote about a story first reported by John Ivison of Postmedia.

People were shocked to learn that the Trudeau government gave a massive contract for security in all of Canada’s embassies around the world to a company controlled by the Chinese Communist Party:

Aug 13 04:00

MAJOR: Tens Of Thousands Of Quebecois Stage Mass March Against Plandemic Tyranny

On August 8th, tens of thousands of citizens in Montreal took the streets to protest the draconian and unscientific push towards tyranny under the pretext of public health.

Legacy news outlets controlled by the globalist deep state either failed to cover this event, or gave it a passing mention, despite it being a tremendous outpouring. Such manifestations, given that they have not been promoted or financed by corporatist oligarchs and their fake news media outlets, are a good indicator that tremendously more are, or have now, woken up.

Thousands of demonstrators marched through downtown Montreal last Saturday to protest against the Quebec government’s mandatory mask regulations.

Jul 23 16:07

Bizarre Canadian health advice recommends 'glory holes' for Covid-friendly sex and says people should 'limit themselves to a few regular partners' to cut risk of spreading coronavirus

Glory holes are being encouraged as a safer way to have sex by health chiefs in Canada amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The British Columbia Centre for Disease Control advises the public to 'use barriers, like walls (e.g., glory holes), that allow for sexual contact but prevent close face-to-face contact '.

Glory holes are small holes cut into walls or barriers that allow people to have sex with as little skin contact as possible.

The health chiefs also encourage people to wear face masks during sex and to use condoms, lubricant, and dental dams to 'further reduce the risk by minimising contact with saliva, semen and faeces during sex'.

Jul 07 07:37

'Communism will win': Vandals attack site of Memorial to the Victims of Communism in Ottawa

The construction site of the Memorial to the Victims of Communism in Ottawa was vandalized over the weekend with someone writing “Communism will win” in spray paint on a fence surrounding it. There were also three pictures of the hammer and sickle symbol to accompany the writing.

Jun 23 07:30

Canada has become a land of extreme hypocrites

Jun 19 06:42

China Officially Charges Two Detained Canadians With Espionage

More than 18 months have passed since Michael Kovrig, a former Canadian diplomat working for an NGO on the mainland, and Michael Spavor, a Canadian businessman specializing in running novelty tours to North Korea, were abruptly arrested by police in China and informed they were under investigation (in China, police can take you into custody before the investigation even begins) for threatening China's national security - an extremely serious charge.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This is pretty simple, when looking at the bigger picture, about which which the following story's headline, dateline 27 May, 2020, speaks volumes: Extradition of Huawei Executive Clears a Major Legal Hurdle in Canada

The article goes on to state: "A Vancouver court ruled that fraud charges against Meng Wanzhou in the United States would constitute a crime in Canada, opening the way for her extradition."

These guys are merely "bargaining chips" for the Chinese to use to get Meng Wanzou back from Canada to China before she is extradited to the United States; however, the timing here is very much working against the Chinese government's desire to get this woman repatriated before standing trial in the US.

Jun 15 04:03

South Korea Holds Emergency Meeting as Kim’s Sister Threatens Military Action

South Korea is holding an emergency meeting on Sunday in response to worsening ties with North Korea, and following threats of military action by Kim Yo Jong, sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

Kim, who serves as a top aide, says that she is to instruct North Korean forces to carry out a decisive action, saying “I feel it is high time to surely break with the South Korea authorities.”

She didn’t specify what that would entail, but South Koreans have recently been sending anti-regime leaflets north, and that tends to rile up the North Korean government and lead to threats of non-specific actions. South Korea is urging both sides to honor agreements.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This was another opportunity thoroughly bungled by the Trump White House; so, what now?!?

Jun 08 08:25

Canada Indigenous groups demand probe after police kill woman

Moore, 26, was shot dead on Thursday by a police officer in Edmundston, in the eastern province of New Brunswick. A relative had called police to check Moore's health.

Edmundston police said the woman had threatened the officer with a knife. According to the family, the officer fired five times to subdue her.

Moore's "tragic killing ... during a wellness check has vividly shown all Canadians that Indigenous peoples in Canada continue to face a very different set of circumstances when interacting with the policing and justice systems in Canada", said CPA National Chief Robert Bertrand.

'Should never happen'
While officials have opened a probe into Moore's death, the national chief of the Assembly of First Nations (AFN), Perry Bellegarde, said the shooting must be investigated by an impartial third party to determine why lethal force was used and whether race was a factor in the officer's response.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Apparently, Canada is no stranger to indigenous people getting treated badly.

Jun 05 05:29

Canadian Depression? with Danielle Park

May 21 13:19

China Is Buying Up Canadian Crude Again

May 19 17:50

New “Emergency Measures” Will Come From The QUARANTINE ACT!! This Is NOT Looking Good For Canada!!!

Total tyranny. Coming soon to a street near you.

May 19 09:39

Justin Trudeau: Beta Totalitarian