TORONTO — Ontario reversed course on sweeping new police powers Saturday, just one day after Premier Doug Ford announced the measures that triggered a swift and furious backlash. Officers will no longer have the right to stop any pedestrian or driver to ask why they’re out or request their home address, Solicitor General Sylvia Jones […]
Misleading the public: 13 months of Ontario using suicides, overdose deaths caused by lockdowns as COVID-19 death counts
“Individuals who have died with COVID-19, but not as a result of COVID-19 are included in the case counts for COVID-19 deaths in Toronto” -Toronto Public Health.
Baber has maintained strong anti-lockdown views throughout the pandemic. He was even booted out of the PC Caucus earlier this year after calling lockdown measures “deadlier than COVID”
“Eileen de Villa claimed to be an occupant of my property … then hired the Toronto police service as a third party to come and enforce that act” INNterview with Adam Skelly, owner of Adamson BBQ, on Ontario lockdowns and $187,000 fine
The City of Toronto changed the locks of Adamson BBQ after Dr. de Villa, medical officer of health for the city, invoked section 22 to close the property and fined Skelly $187,000 for 200 police officers deployed for the action. She also stated that she had reasonable beliefs that a communicable disease was present on the property.
On the whole, Canada’s tourism decline is ‘worse than September 11, SARS, and financial crisis combined.’
Ontario’s Ministry of Health cites a need for “inclusivity” as reasoning
Toronto and Peel regions entered the grey-lockdown zone of the province’s colour-coded framework today, with the stay-at-home order expiring. Retail stores can now reopen with a 25% indoor capacity limit. Many businesses, however, will remain closed, including all personal care businesses and gyms. Outdoor gatherings of up to 10 people are also permitted once again. […]
According to the TRREB, the average price of a house in Toronto has hit a new high of $996,000. Real estate prices have been rising unchecked, even in the pandemic when hundreds of thousands of people have lost jobs.
Stylists say they are being offered as much as $500 for an at-home haircut
Is the lockdown hurting or protecting Canadians?