What could be the reason for this? Should we blame it on the incompetence of the province’s health bureaucracy? There was story about a recent inquest taking place in Quebec involving a long term care home (LTC), that is arguably the biggest story in Canada that nobody is talking about.
First QUEBEC, where my favourite Montreal lawyer explains how Quebec has “weaponized” the health care system to punish the province’s citizens.
Thousands of people in Montreal, Quebec, Canada took to the streets over the weekend to protest the government’s latest dystopian move ordering people not to leave their homes after 8 pm. I would love to see the computer model and science that proves that COVID is more dangerous after 7:59 pm.
On Jan. 8, 2021, the Canadian province of Quebec initiated a COVID curfew preventing people from leaving their homes after 8 pm unless of course, they are walking their dog. Apparently, dogs protect people from catching COVID after 8 pm. But the silliness doesn’t stop there. In December, the Calhoun family who live in Montreal, Quebec received permission from the New Brunswick government to travel to that province to provide care for their ailing father, 77, who was living alone and in and out of hospital. They were intending to return to Quebec on Jan 2, 2021, but it was delayed when their vehicle had problems and required parts to be ordered in from outside of Canada. The family, who was travelling with three small kids, decided to rent a car and return home on Jan. 8, 2021, the day the Quebec government initiated its 8 pm curfew. They were intending to be back before the 8 pm curfew hit, but travelling with three small kids derailed those good intentions. Global News explains what happened …
The people of the Canadian province of Quebec are referring to their province as dystopian as the government just implemented its latest COVID-1984 lockdown preventing people from going for walks between 8 pm and 5 am. But apparently dogs are still allowed to take their humans for a walk after 8 pm
The government of the Canadian province of Quebec has taken its dystopian lockdown to the next level. People will no longer be able to go for walks outside their homes between 8:00 pm and 5 am. Apparently the science must be suggesting COVID is more potent later in the evening, particularly when people are walking alone.
Viva Frei is my favourite lawyer vlogger, and he recently explained the bizarre situation that resulted in a patron being pepper sprayed at a Tim Horton’s coffee shop in Montreal, Quebec, Canada for not wearing a mask.
The province of Quebec is implementing a gradual end to its lock down. This will include the reopening of stores with outside doors on May 4, 2020, along with manufacturing and construction. The province will also be reopening daycares and elementary schools on May 11, 2020. Predictably this has alarmed many people, because with approximately 26,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 1,700 deaths, Quebec was Canada’s hardest hit province. But there was a very clear reason for this decision as Quebec Premier François Legault started off his news conference announcing the reopening with a chart showing the number of deaths from COVID-19 in nursing homes compared to those outside nursing homes: According to the article on CBC reporting the decision: “Legault repeatedly said there are ‘two worlds’ in Quebec. While the situation in long-term care homes remains critical, he says, it is stable elsewhere in the province.” READ: Why Legault feels it’s safe to reopen economy, even though Quebec hit hardest by COVID-19 Study after study has shown, the elderly and those with underlying health …
In 2008, the Quebec government introduced a compulsory program — Ethics and Religious Culture — requiring schools including Catholic and private Christian/church schools in the province to teach all religions including paganism, Wicca and Christianity. The program also forbids teachers, including those in Christian schools, from presenting their personal views on the material. They must present all religions as “equally valid.” According to the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedom everyone has the freedom of religion and conscience and can’t be forced to compromise their religious convictions.