Canada ranks 23rd in the World for COVID-19 vaccinations due to Justin Trudeau’s incompetence

Canada ranks 23rd in the World for COVID-19 vaccinations due to Justin Trudeau’s incompetence. As of January 23 only 27, 776 people have been fully vaccinated.

Instead of investing in a Canadian bio-manufacturer to make the COVID-19 vaccines the Trudeau Government partnered with CanSino Biologics Inc. of Communist China. The partnership collapse occurred amid strained relations between Canada and China, though it’s unclear whether the bilateral rift played a role in blocking the shipments to Canada. Beijing imprisoned two Canadian citizens in December, 2018, which Mr. Trudeau has called a retaliation for the RCMP’s arrest of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou on a U.S. extradition request.

Criminals are released early from prisons due to COVID-19 concerns while returning Canadian air travellers are detained and forced into detention centres

A growing number of suspects arrested on serious criminal charges have been ordered released from custody in recent weeks by judges concerned about the spread of COVID-19 in Canada’s prisons.

Trudeau said all arrivals to Canada will have to quarantine in an approved hotel for up to three days at their own expense while they await results of a COVID-19 test taken at the airport. He said that requirement, set to take effect “in the coming weeks,” could cost each traveller more than $2,000 and is in addition to the already mandatory pre-departure COVID-19 test.

The Justice Centre today announced that immediate legal action is being prepared against the Trudeau government over the declaration that Canadian residents will be subjected to mandatory quarantine, at their own expense, after returning from international travel, regardless of their negative COVID status. These measures are a blatant violation of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, including the right to enter and leave Canada, the right to liberty and security of the person, the right to not be arbitrarily detained or imprisoned, the right to retain legal counsel, and the right not to be subjected to cruel and unusual punishment.

85 year old senior fined by Ford Government for going to church — meanwhile Costco is packed with shoppers

Martha Oppel survived Hitler’s Nazis and Stalin’s communists without a police officer knocking on her door. Then along came the COVID-19 pandemic 75 years later. At 85, Oppel is in trouble with the law for attending church. The Ford Government sent Aylmer’s police with an $880 ticket for being inside a Sunday service led by Pastor Henry Hildebrandt, memories from the past flooded her mind.

Meanwhile big box stores are jam-packed; in Burlington, Ontario, the line to get into Costco stretched around the block.

Justin Trudeau makes Omar Alghabra Minister of Transportation — former President of the Arab Foundation, which lost its federal funding due its support of terrorist groups

Justin Trudeau made Omar Alghabra Minister of Transportation, former President of the Canadian Arab Foundation. In 2009, then-Citizenship and Immigration minister Jason Kenney cut $1 million in annual funding to the Canadian Arab Federation, arguing that the group’s leadership had repeatedly expressed support for [terrorist groups] Hamas and Hezbollah. In 2009, Omar Alghabra criticized the decision to defund CAF.

Bloc Québécois leader, Blanchet, released a statement Jan. 13 that pointed a finger at Alghabra’s association with what the Bloc called “the political Islamic movement.” The leader said “questions arise” over Alghabra’s former role as head of the Canadian Arab Federation.

Influenza is much deadlier than COVID-19 for children — schools were never closed in the past

Influenza is much deadlier than COVID-19 for children — schools were never closed in the past. The CDC reports that in the 2016-2017 flu season, there were 110 “influenza-associated pediatric deaths.” In 2017-18, there were 188; in 2018-19, there were 144. In the United States, as of April 2, 2020, there have been three deaths among children with laboratory-confirmed SARS-CoV-2 infection that have been reported to CDC, but the contribution of SARS-CoV-2 infection to the cause of death in these cases is unclear,” CDC reports.

For children and adolescents with mental health needs, such [school] closures mean a lack of access to the resources they usually have through schools. In a survey by the mental health charity YoungMinds, which included 2111 participants up to age 25 years with a mental illness history in the UK, 83% said the pandemic had made their conditions worse. 26% said they were unable to access mental health support; peer support groups and face-to-face services have been cancelled, and support by phone or online can be challenging for some young people.

Justin Trudeau’s reliance on Communist Chinese pharmaceutical company results in COVID-19 vaccine shortage in Canada

The Canadian government’s failures on the vaccine file may end up being the biggest Liberal scandal yet. “His willingness to work with Tianjin-based CanSino Biologics on a COVID vaccine, given our highly contentious relationship with China and while the two Michaels languish in jail?” When Trudeau asked for the vaccine to be delivered so Canada could start testing it, Chinese officials demanded that Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou, who’s being held in Vancouver on an extradition request from the United States, be released first. After that, the entire deal fell apart.

Justin Trudeau makes Eco-extremist, Steven Guilbeault, Heritage Minister — tasked with making legislation to regulate speech online

Traitor or 'radical pragmatist'? Environmentalist fights to sell Liberal  climate change plan | National Post

Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault says that “online hate” legislation would be coming “very soon.” He recently said that his department is working on legislation that would “will acquire online platforms to eliminate illegal content such as hate speech.”

In 2001, while working for Greenpeace, Guilbeault and another activist were arrested for climbing 340 metres up the side of the tower and unfurled a banner that read “Canada and Bush Climate Killers.” It was intended to put pressure on the federal government to ratify the Kyoto Protocol.

Black History Month tarnished by Black Lives Matter riots, which caused over $2 Billion in damage

The Black Lives Matter riots, over George Floyd’s death, resulted in dozens of people getting killed or injured in the violent unrest, and thousands of businesses and properties, many minority-owned, were looted, torched, or otherwise vandalized. Only now are we beginning to realize the full cost of the destruction. New reporting from Axios reveals that the total insured property losses incurred during the George Floyd riots will come in at $1 billion to $2 billion.

Returning Canadian travellers forced to quarantine in hotels at their own expense while illegal migrants and refugees stay free

New restrictions are requiring returning Canadian travellers to quarantine in government designated hotels, which will cost more than $2,000.

Illegal migrants and refugees have been housed for free in hotels at Canadian taxpayers expense.

Justin Trudeau unconstitutionally detaining and sending returning travellers to government isolation centres

Trudeau announced Friday morning all returning travellers into the country must go to a government isolation centre where another COVID-19 test will be taken. If a passenger tests negative, they will be allowed to return in home for a strictly-enforced another 11 days. Those testing positive will be taken to another government facility for the rest of their 14-day quarantine. Trudeau said it will cost each traveller about $2,000 for the cost of the test, accommodations and food.

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