The Canadian province of Ontario just updated its curriculum for grade 9 math.
The Canadian province of Ontario has the most oppressive lockdown in North America where people have been ordered to stay-at-home, and it was recently extended until June. The chart below provides the daily COVID case count, including variants in green. COVID turned from a medical crisis into a political one, months ago, and I think it’s pretty obvious that the Ontario government will not stop the lockdown until the number of COVID cases are in the negative. The chart is supplied by Ontario Public Health: Ontario’s Premier, Doug Ford, extends the lockdown into June. READ: Ontario extends stay-at-home order for an additional two weeks Ontario police recently fined four people travelling in a car $800 each, because they were all from different addresses and could not provide a valid reason as to why they had left their homes. READ: Ontario police pull over four in car, charge them under stay-at-home orders Gold courses remained closed during COVID lockdown. READ: Golf courses to remain closed as Ontario keeps COVID-19 restrictions on outdoor activities
Ten active police officers and five retired in the Canadian province of Ontario are taking their government to court arguing that the province’s recent dystopian lockdown is unconstitutional. They are also arguing that the government’s recent moves, that includes stopping people out for a walk and in cars without cause, violates the oath that police take.
A judge in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada has allowed health authorities to padlock the doors of Trinity Bible Chapel because of its continued violation of lockdown orders that prevent churches from holding services exceeding 10 people.
Yesterday, I reported how a group of Canadians from Ontario along the American border used lights to send an SOS signal to America via Morris code calling for help against the province’s tyrannical overlords. Well, according to the Daily Wire, Niagara police just proved what they said was true and have charged two of the people for calling for help. They are facing potential jail time of two years.
A group of Canadians living in Ontario along the American border have issued an SOS call for help that they are being held hostage by Canada’s latest tyrant, Premier Doug Ford, whose recently ‘enhanced’ lockdown even had police departments stating they wouldn’t enforce some of his new rules.
The premier of the Canadian province of Ontario, Doug Ford, recently went postal in his attempt to lock down the province, but fortunately this is still a democracy and police pushed back against his tyranny.
Many believe the government of the Canadian province of Ontario is creating a police state with the implementation of lockdown rules that allow police to randomly check vehicles and ask people why they are out.
Canadians are clearly tiring of the COVID-1984 lockdowns still in place in the country. Another video has surfaced of people driving COVID health inspectors out of a restaurant. This time it happened in Ontario.
They say the first casualty in any war is the ‘truth.’ In this battle over freedom, the Ontario government has ordered a stay-at-home lockdown of the Canadian province because the ICUs are being overrun with COVID cases.
While the Premier of the Canadian province of Ontario, Doug Ford, hit the panic button this week and demanded that the whole province go into a stay-at-home lockdown because the province’s ICU are being overrun with COVID patients, an ER doctor is wondering where are all the patients.
The Canadian province of Ontario has just instituted stay-at-home lockdown demanding that people not leave their homes. The government claims its ICUs are being overrun with COVID patients. If this is true, why does a field hospital set up in Ontario to handle the COVID overflow have no patients.
Mental health experts in the Canadian province of Ontario are warning of people’s declining mental health due to COVID and its related lockdowns. In fact, according to the Canadian Mental Health Association, things have gotten much worse because of the second lockdown in the province. Of course, it’s not surprising, since the province also has one of the most restrictive lockdowns in Canada. Notice, how people are also claiming they are lonely. The Toronto Sun explains: The poll suggests only 35 per cent of Ontarians consider their mental health to be “very good” or “excellent,” compared to 52 per cent in the first round of polling in May. It also shows nearly 80 per cent of respondents believe there will be a “serious mental health crisis” post-pandemic, compared to 66 per cent in August and 69 per cent in May. […] The poll also found respondents were getting more isolated. Fifty-seven per cent reported feeling lonelier since the pandemic began, with 47 per cent saying they wish they had someone to talk to. And 36 …
Cardinal Thomas Collins, the head of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Toronto in Ontario, Canada, has been forced to ask a bizarre question of the Ontario government that restricts the number of people attending a church funeral to 10 during its lockdown.
In his video, Kelly Brown is asking questions about the Canadian Province of Ontario’s vaccination plan that includes vaccinating every person in the province.
According to early reports, vaccinations are having a profound impact on stopping the spread of COVID in Canadian nursing homes, and the people most vulnerable to the virus.
After a snitch reported that children were tobogganing on a hill in Oakville, Ontario, Canada, a police and city enforcement officer were dispatched to disperse the crowd. Children were crying after they were told to leave the hill.
A mother in Canada was recently issued an $880 ticket for breaking some still, yet-to-be-determined, COVID lockdown regulation in the province of Ontario. Natasha Kohl had dropped off her three young children at her in-law’s place because she needed to shop for groceries. Under Ontario’s lockdown, child care is still allowed.
At a recent new conference in Ontario, Canada, Dr Barbara Yaffe told the people getting vaccinated in that province for COVID will still need to wear facemasks, because it is uncertain if the vaccine would protect people from the virus.