Freedom Convoy Trucks in Ottawa, February 2022. Photo: Donna Laframboise

Official lies about Covid: Truckers were right all along

In addition to the large number of alternative media sources which have been debunking Covid myths since early 2020, numerous mainstream media outlets are now reporting on the topic.

The New York Post recently published a piece by Marty Makary titled “10 myths told by Covid experts – and now debunked.” In the piece Makary, a medical doctor and professor at Johns Hopkins University, corrects several of the falsehoods that have been presented as fact for the past three years:

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Proposed changes to Canada’s transportation of dangerous goods legislation

The Canadian government proposed significant changes to the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act (Canada) on November 26, 2022. The public consultation period recently closed on February 9, 2023. These proposed changes are seen as a necessary step in modernizing regulations related to the transportation, import, export and handling of these types of goods to further align Canada’s requirements with the prevailing international standards.

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Chinese interference in 2019 and 2021 elections: Democracy Watch calls on Commissioner of Canada Elections to investigate

“Enough evidence of China-government sponsored election interference in the 2019 and 2021 federal elections has been reported to make it clear that the Commissioner needs to do a full investigation and issue a public report of what the investigation reveals concerning violations of Canada’s election law,” said Duff Conacher, Co-founder of Democracy Watch. “A public inquiry would delay the enactment of clearly needed changes, and will only be needed if the Commissioner, the House Committee and the national security committee of parliamentarians fail to investigate China’s election interference fully, fail to reveal key information about what happened, or fail to issue public, comprehensive reports recommending all the key changes needed to stop future interference.”

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Fired by the algorithm: new report says rideshare drivers face unchecked discrimination

Uber Canada’s head office in Toronto Photo: Taxi News Unchecked discrimination and secret algorithms fuel deactivation crisis among rideshare drivers, first-time survey finds The press release below was distributed by the Asian Americans Law Caucus on February 28, 2023: SAN

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