Worldwide Rally for Freedom – Toronto Queen’s Park (Sat, Jan. 22 @12 pm)

Canadians will join in Toronto’s Queen’s Park at Worldwide Rally for Freedom 6 this Saturday, January 22 at noon to fight against unconstitutional vaccine mandates and continuing Covid-19 measures. Featured speakers will include Dr. Rochagné Kilian, MD, Greg Hill (Pilot/Cofounder of Free2Fly, Knia Singh (Lawyer/Human Rights Advocate), Randy Hillier (MPP, Ontario First Party Leader) and …

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Alberta Top Doc Admits Covid ICU Data Inflated

On Jan. 10, 2022, Alberta’s Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Deena Hinshaw stated that some units in some hospitals shifted back and forth between being used as ICU units and non-ICU units. The Covid-19 ICU data, however, did not distinguish patients whose units had changed back to non-ICU units, thereby inflating ICU unit data.

Deaths ‘With’ and ‘From’ Covid-19 and the Inflation of Data

On April 7, 2020, Dr. Scott Jensen exposed the unprecedented change in the classification of deaths for Covid-19. No longer did Covid-19 have to be the actual cause of death; a person could have died from a clear alternate cause other than Covid-19 but because they tested “positive,” they were marked a Covid-19 death. This …

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Ottawa Backtracks on Trucker Vaccine Mandate Reversal, Endorsing Supply Chain Shortages

Just a day after CBSA spokesman Rebecca Purdy told Canadian truckers they “will not have to quarantine if they are unvaccinated” starting Jan. 15 when returning to Canada from the U.S., Purdy sent a statement from Health Minister Jean-Yves Duclos stating that the govt’s initial Nov. 19 announcement of the vaccine mandate had never changed. …

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Ontario Deletes 1,200+ ICU Beds from Data, Turning Pandemic ICU Bed Loss into Gain

Without any explanation, the Ontario govt deleted more than 1,200 previously listed available ICU beds (May 1 to Oct. 22, 2020) from its own data on Jan. 7, 2022. By doing so, it now appears that Ontario has a net gain of 331 available ICU beds from 2012 ICU beds May 1, 2020, to 2,343 …

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