Superior court judge rules elderly couple can be mask free in their condo building

Have mask mandates gone too far when people are restricted access to their condo buildings without masks? A superior court judge in Burlington ruled that no proof is required for medical exemptions, but lawyers and corporations are attempting to go against it. Ontario Superior Court judge ruled that a Burlington couple age 72 and 68 […]

N.L. won’t release pre-election COVID data under Cabinet Confidentiality protection

Can we trust the government when laws are designed to protect politicians from releasing information to the public based on political career strategy? Recently Premier Doug Ford said during a conference at Humber College, ” There is no politician in this country that is going to disagree with their chief medical officer. They might as […]

Police attempt to arrest Chris Sky on IG live

If the Quarantine Act states that a person with a medical exemption has the right to not wear a mask in public places without proving or disclosing the medical reason, should people be arrested and fined for not wearing masks? Over the weekend, anti-lockdown activist Chris Sky went on live Instagram and told his audience […]

EU declares AstraZeneca’s experimental jab safe

The European Union’s medicines regulator declared the Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 jab, which is still undergoing clinical trials, as safe to use following its suspension in several EU countries that reported blood clots in some patients who received the vaccine. While the vaccine distributor received the green light to continue its rollout in EU countries that approved […]

Psychedelic drug could ‘reset’ brain

Researchers believe a hallucinogen drug may be the answer for treating depression. The powerful drug is currently being trialled, and researchers think it could ‘reset’ the depressed brain. The breakthrough could benefit those who don’t respond well to traditional pills for depression. Participants in the trial will be given the drug, which will be followed […]

Toronto owed over $550 million in fines

People owe approximately $552 million in fines to the City of Toronto. As first reported by BlogTO, many people have outstanding fines across the city. Whether you’ve forgotten about that parking ticket or deliberately put off paying another fine, you’re not the only one. While there are many in the same boat, it’s not a […]

1,200 creatives to launch artwork to moon

Fly me to the moon! Toronto-based writer Samuel Peralta is sending a time capsule of writing, artwork, music, and more from 1,200 international creatives to the moon. Dubbed The Peregrine Collection, Peralta hopes that his lunar cargo will spread joy to others and inspire hope during this difficult time. He said that The Peregrine Collection […]

Researchers to win Abel prize for algorithmic study

In a world powered by algorithms, two mathematicians have helped pioneer the field of computational complexity — that is, the study of the speed and efficiency of algorithms. László Lovász of Budapest, Hungary, and Avi Wigderson of Princeton, US, will share this year’s Abel prize, often described as the Nobel prize of mathematics. Computational complexity […]