Almost 200 fitness-related businesses in Quebec will defy COVID-19 restrictions and re-open

A group of almost 200 fitness related businesses will open their doors on Thursday and defy the provinces lockdown restrictions.

Joe Vaughan

Ottawa business owners protest reimposed lockdown, say they can safely reopen

A rally was organized by OpenSafe Ottawa, an organization calling for the safe reopening of businesses affected by Ontario’s Stage 2 lockdown.

Elie M. Cantin-Nantel

Over 1000 gather in Toronto for anti-lockdown march

At least 1000 people marched through downtown Toronto as part of the latest “March for Freedom” from COVID-restrictions, chanting “No New Normal!” and “Healthy people don’t need masks!”

Beth Baisch

Travel restrictions will cost half a million jobs this year alone: Statistics Canada

Statistics Canada just released some alarming data showing that the continued travel restrictions in place in Canada (among the strictest in the world), will cost the country approximately 550,000 jobs this year and $37B in lost productivity.

James Anthony

The Manitoba government is playing 'Roussin Roulette' with our most vulnerable

I’m asking Dr. Roussin to follow the WHO’s advice and end the lockdowns. If Dr. Roussin doesn’t believe in a focused approach, we need to know why.

Shea Ritchie

Blue states have 59 percent higher unemployment than red states

Blue states seem to be struggling to get their economies back on track as things slowly open up across the country. On average, their unemployment rates remain 59% higher than their red state counterparts.

James Anthony

Toronto mayor offers winter outdoor dining as 'help' for restaurants

Toronto Mayor Jon Tory said on Wednesday day that the city wants to make it easier on its troubled restaurant industry by allowing for "more flexibility" for outdoor dining during the coming winter months.

James Anthony

BREAKING: Ford government extends COVID-19 lockdown orders to 'protect the public'

The Ford government confirmed the extensions on Tuesday morning, saying that all orders under the Reopening Ontario Act will be extended, besides ones that deal with hydro prices and electronic personal health.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

Kenney should lift the lockdown, not deny it was imposed

The thousands of Albertans forced into unemployment by lockdowns this past March would also be surprised by the Premier's claim that no lockdown was imposed in Alberta.

John Carpay

BREAKING: Crowd of 4000 gathers in Toronto to protest lockdowns

For the fourth week, the “March for Freedom” took to the streets of downtown Toronto to call for an end to COVID-19 restrictions across the country.

Beth Baisch

Trudeau says businesses are 'innovative' enough to find replacements for single use plastics

The Trudeau government is moving full steam ahead with the ban on single use plastics, which will be permanent law by the end of 2021. Unfortunately, businesses have no idea how to deal with it.

James Anthony

WHO suddenly concerned about 'poverty', tells leaders to stop lockdowns

After issuing guidance largely responsible for the lockdowns that have crippled economies and individuals since early 2020, the World Health Organization is now saying that such lockdowns are in fact harmful, especially to poor people.

Celine Ryan

Reports of increasing COVID-19 cases ignore declining deaths

The job-killing, economy-destroying, soul-deadening, anxiety-producing, loneliness-creating, debt-incurring lockdowns, imposed on us since March 2020, have now become permanent restrictions.

John Carpay

Ford announces new COVID restrictions in Ontario as cases surge

The restrictions come into effect at 12:01 am on Saturday, October 10th.

Noah David Alter

Kids in remote learning are mute witnesses to their education and not active participants

Remote learning is not learning, it's just remote. When teachers don't like what's going on in the chat, or feel that kids are acting up, they can just mute them with the click of a button.

Libby Emmons