Singular focus on COVID has led to deadly unintended consequences

Our politicians' singular focus on eradicating COVID-19, to the exclusion of so many other aspects of public health is, not surprisingly, proving to be harmful.

John Carpay

Perfect podcasts for pandemic lockdown listening

Next time you're bored, on a walk, or a lengthy commute, try one of these if only to forget you just spent four months in an unnecessary quarantine.

Nicole Russell

BREAKING: Trudeau announces $19 billion plan to lift Canada out of lockdown

In a press conference in Ottawa today, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced a $19 billion plan to lift Canada out of the lockdown.

Nico Johnson

Trudeau minister lobbied to fine Canadians for breaking lockdown, flew multiple times anyway

Justin Trudeau's Health Minister Patty Hajdu took twice as many flights on the ministry of transport's plane than the minister of transport.

Nico Johnson

HIPPOCRATIC HYPOCRISY: Over 1,300 health professionals endorsed BLM protests after condemning lockdown protests

Epidemiologists, doctors, and other medical personnel decried the anti-lockdown protests as reinforcing white supremacy, but as soon as the Black Lives Matter protests began, supported them.

Libby Emmons

WATCH: Montreal Economic Institute scrutinizes efficacy of lockdown

The MEI has created a video that scrutinizes the efficacy of the lockdown, saying there is no relationship between stronger lockdowns and less coronavirus.

Nico Johnson

Interactive map launched to help Canadians navigate travel amid pandemic

Canadians who are planning on travelling around the country this summer will have a new interactive map to help them get around amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Quinn Patrick

Jerry Dunham was killed by the lockdown—not by COVID-19

Jerry posted on Facebook: “…my government told me they’re willing to let me die, which according to them is for my own safety.”

John Carpay

BREAKING: Ford extends Ontario's state of emergency to July 15, hopeful this will be final extension

Ontario Premier Doug Ford will extend the province's state of Emergency to July 15.

Quinn Patrick

Ontario suffers small spike in coronavirus cases, first death of an under 20 year old

There has been a small growth in coronavirus cases in Ontario, with the first death of a patient under the age of 20.

Nico Johnson

Canada's small businesses are open but struggling during reopening phases

The Canadian Federation of Independent Business conducted a survey that revealed that half of small businesses are now earning far less than before.

Quinn Patrick

Trudeau government's rent relief program deemed useless despite huge budget

The Trudeau government's rent relief program was so crudely designed that hardly any Canadians participated in it.

Nico Johnson

BREAKING: Black Lives Matter and anti-lockdown protestors converge at Ontario legislature

This afternoon, planned demonstrations by both Black Lives Matter and those who have been protesting the ongoing lockdown met at Queen's Park in Toronto.

Ian Miles Cheong and Beth Baisch

Visits to those suffering neglect in care homes must be allowed to resume

“My mom is calling every day asking why I don’t want to visit her anymore... She does not know what is going on, why she can’t leave, and why I cannot come and see her."

John Carpay

Trudeau says he won't audit Canada's economy because it's too unpredictable

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has said that government would not predict the size of Canada's deficit in 2020.

Nico Johnson