Canadian physicians make a public declination and put patents first despite Ontario Physicians Licensing Body gage order. What is the cost of silencing our professionals?
On April 30, 2021, Ontario’s physician licensing body, the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario (CPSO), issued a statement forbidding physicians from questioning or debating any or all of the official measures imposed in response to COVID-19.
Law enforcement officers have photographed the faces or IDs of nearly three dozen journalists in Oregon and Minnesota in recent months, according to new data published
Health Canada recommends 40 to 45 amplification for the PCR test, suggesting that 98% of daily COVID-19 case reports are false positives
Canada confirms it is recommending 40 to 45 amplification for the PCR test for COVID-19. INN24 has many articles reviewing the PCR test showing that amplification over 30 has a 98% false positive and the PCR test was testing load not infection. The daily reporting of COVID of this metric is completely unreliable and one we should not be basing actions on.
Let it go: Disney to close down Square One location in Mississauga after almost 30 years after reduced sales since the pandemic
As many small businesses have collapsed since the mandatory closures in Ontario, big businesses seem to suffer from the government’s response to the pandemic too.
A new study found that the energy required to yield a single kilogram of dried cannabis plant produces about 2-5 tonnes equivalent of carbon dioxide
Only one-third of the tropical rainforest remains, experts say deforestation increases risk of disease pandemics
Stopping deforestation and degradation of tropical forests is paramount in slowing climate change, according to report
Imports and exports of arms are said to be close to their highest level since the end of the cold war
Toronto is becoming a hotbed for tow truck scams. One East York man lost $900 in towing and storage fees after a car accident, even
In a world powered by algorithms, two mathematicians have helped pioneer the field of computational complexity — that is, the study of the speed and
Are freedom and human rights just an illusion in developed countries? People are beaten, arrested, silenced, fined, and oppressed for protesting questionable COVID restrictions. Why
Toronto united on March 20 to ‘Just Say No’ to masks, experimental vaccines and lockdowns
Washington DC residents celebrated the win as some said they use natural psychedelics to heal from things like depression, anxiety and addiction.