The Freedom Convoy: The Inside Story of Three Weeks that Shook the World

By Jonathon Van Maren – In his new book The Freedom Convoy: The Inside Story of Three Weeks that Shook the World, Andrew Lawton did what any good journalist should do—he talked to those who were there, and he asked them questions. This shouldn’t be a rare thing. In Canada, with a few notable exceptions, […]

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WHO is Dr. Theresa Tam? Presenting Her Background & Bio

I always think we do a really good job, when no one knows what we’re doing. ~ Theresa Tam (1) By Molly Chan – Theresa Tam has been working with the World Health Organization (WHO) since at least 2003, during the SARS outbreak (2). Tam was an advisor for WHO at around the time the […]

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The World Has Millions of Vacant Homes, and 1.3 Million Are In Canada: OECD

The whole world is undergoing a housing shortage, but vacant homes are barely budging. The OECD‘s latest data drop shows 42 million of its 426 million homes are vacant. Yes, roughly one in ten homes in advanced economies are empty. There are literally years of housing supply being used as an alternative to gold. Rather […]

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Inflation and Higher Interest Rates … Are we being told the Truth?

By Jack Etkin – Prices are going up rapidly. Our Governments and Media say ‘higher interest rates’ will stop this dangerous inflation. But should we trust them? Or are we being led into another economic disaster by Governments and Media who don’t work for us and are betraying us? What’s Happening? Prices are going up […]

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Roughly one-third of Liberal cabinet ministers own rental, investment real estate

Including the Housing Minister. Politicians doubling as landlords while governments are pushed for affordable housing solutions By Amanda Connolly – Roughly one-third of ministers sitting around the Liberal cabinet table own rental or investment real estate assets, according to their filings with the federal conflict of interest commissioner. While fully legal, real estate experts say […]

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Chrystia Freeland Speaks: Unintelligible, Vacuous…What is she on?

Canada’s Deputy Minister. Canada’s Finance Minister… She holds the most important portfolios outside of the idiot PM himself. And here we get two minutes of her at a podium that should be the stark evidence anyone needs to conclude that this person would fall significantly beneath the threshold of reasonable accommodation, if she were applying […]

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Freeland Contemptible in her response to Emergencies Act Inquiry

By Bill Curry Tweet courtesy of True North – Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland was repeatedly accused of providing evasive responses Tuesday evening as she appeared before a special joint committee of MPs and senators reviewing the government’s first-ever use of the powers contained in the federal Emergencies Act. (Editor’s note: If the Tweet below does […]

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Canada is ending vaccine mandates for domestic and outbound international travel

By Gabriel Sinduda – As reported here yesterday, the heat was on Trudeau to lift the vaccine mandates for domestic travelers. He was getting it from the airport authorities, and he was getting it from his own party members. On top of all that, the United States just announced they will no longer be testing […]

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Canadian Airports Call For Vaccine Requirements To End

By Daniel Martínez Garbuno – On Monday, the Canadian Airports Council (CAC) issued a statement calling for the removal of vaccine requirements for air passengers and aviation employees. While many countries have already dropped the travel restrictions back to a pre-pandemic status, Canada still requires a COVID-19 vaccination certificate, among other requirements. Is this impacting […]

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Jewish Doctors, Scientists, Condemn Trudeau’s Nazi ‘Smear Campaign’ Against Freedom Convoy Protesters

“The important fight against antisemitism should not be weaponized and directed at a legitimate civil protest which aim at restoring fundamental liberties…” By Gabriel Sinduda – Dated February 18, 2022, we can forgive ourselves if we missed this bright note tossed into those dark winter days of the pandemic play. Or plague. As you will. […]

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