The Convoy that United

"It is the Canadian truckers that stand out, and shine brightest. Because it was the Canadian truckers, their boldness, their courage, their determination to stand up to their governments. And it was they who inspired so many others all over the world to finally come together and to be determined to put a stop to governments tearing down the very foundation of our democracies."

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News this week

$411 million on COVID-19 testing long after the rest of the world stopped ...
Taxpayers billed $411m on travel mandate Covid-19 testing. Canadian taxpayers were billed $411 million by the Liberal government to maintain their travel mandate regime.
Texts show PMO and Public Safety schemed on ways to disparage 'extreme' freedom convoy protestors. A text conversation shown during the Public Order Emergency Commission revealed staffers at the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) and the Ministry of Public Safety discussed ways to label the Freedom Convoy as "extreme."
UK MP blasts Trudeau govt for depriving civil liberties during pandemic. A British parliamentarian slammed Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government for violating the civil liberties of Canadians during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Canadian indigenous group asks Hollywood stop speaking for the community. The Indigenous Resource Network (IRN) has called on Hollywood celebrities to stop dictating to indigenous people what they should do with natural resource development.
Sask municipalities say farmers “singled out” by Liberal fertilizer targets. Saskatchewan rural communities want to lobby Ottawa to reconsider its demand that farmers reduce emissions from fertilizer use by 30% at a time of uncertain global food supplies and skyrocketing agriculture input costs.
GUEST OP-ED: A troubling story about elections integrity in Canada. A long-time elections volunteer writes about the problems with recent elections and the need for paper ballots and independent observers.

Vancouver is Dying

Why ‘Vancouver is Dying’, Andrew Lawton speaks with Aaron Gunn. The deteriorating state of Vancouver has been well documented over the years, but few pieces of journalism have had quite as explosive an impact as “Vancouver is Dying.” The hit documentary has garnered millions of views, and international media attention. Documentary creator Aaron Gunn joined True North’s Andrew Lawton to discuss his reasons for making the film, what he hopes it may accomplish, and why he thinks Vancouver is dying.



Vancouver is Dying | Full Movie. What is happening to the city of Vancouver? Who is responsible for the surge in violent crime? And is the introduction of a “safe supply” of toxic drugs, including heroin and cocaine, really the solution the city needs?


Watch the full video on Youtube.


News this week

COVID-19 likely came from Wuhan lab, BoC hikes interest rate ...
Another new report supports claim that COVID-19 likely came from Wuhan lab. The bombshell Friday report from ProPublica, done in collaboration with Vanity Fair, examined and supported findings of the interim report released Thursday by Republicans on the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee that concluded “the COVID-19 pandemic was, more likely than not, the result of a research-related incident.”
RCMP opens investigation into extrajudicial Chinese police stations in Canada. News of an investigation comes days after the United States Department of Justice announced a spate of charges against two Chinese citizens. Alongside espionage claims, the two are accused of conspiring to force a US resident to return to China. The RCMP has stated that it too is now “investigating reports of criminal activity in relation to the so-called ‘police’ stations.”
RCMP officer caught surveilling a Montana gun show. Cascade County Sheriff Jesse Slaughter said at a gun show last month, local county employees and others noticed someone with Canadian plates watching people at the gun show. This raised the eyebrows of local law enforcement who then went to the parking lot to investigate who that person was. When sheriff's deputies arrived, they realized the person was an RCMP officer who was assigned to a gun smuggling task force, and he was undercover watching Americans in America.
Farmers “very nervous” about fertilizer emission targets. The head of the Ontario Federation of Agriculture (OFA) told parliament that farmers were anxious about losing fertilizer inputs, citing Liberal government targets to reduce emissions from fertilizer use by 30%. OFA President Peggy Brekveld told the House of Commons agriculture committee last week that the government was “making a mistake” in the way it was approaching the issue.
Author says world needs more Canadian oil and gas to prosper. Governments across Canada have to promote fossil fuel development to create a fairer world, said Fossil Future author Alex Epstein at a talk hosted by the Alberta Prosperity Project (APP) at the Westin Calgary Airport. Epstein said the anti-fossil fuel movement is “one where millions of people could die if they succeed.” He said he knew he had to speak up.
Bank of Canada hikes key interest rate half a point to 3.75%. The Bank of Canada unexpectedly slowed its pace of interest-rate hikes as the nation’s economy flirts with recession, although sustained inflation meant it still expects to raise borrowing costs again.

"Did champagne come out of the faucet?"

In the House of Commons, Andrew Scheer, Conservative House Leader, debates the Liberals on inflation and spending. Garnett Genuis slams Trudeau for his $6000 a night hotel suite. Scott Aitchison and Michelle Ferreri talk about the cost of living. Dane Lloyd continues to demand Bill Blair resign for his alleged RCMP interference.


Still no proof Emergencies Act was necessary

Still no proof Emergencies Act was necessary. The Andrew Lawton show with guest Keith Wilson.

It’s been two weeks since the Public Order Emergencies Commission began, and despite hours of witness testimony: not a single piece of evidence justifying the Emergencies Act has been provided. Convoy lawyer Keith Wilson joined True North’s Andrew Lawton to discuss why nobody has been able to justify the Act, his thoughts on the hearings so far, and his expectations for the weeks to follow. Also, why was the Peckford case dismissed and what does it mean for Canadians?


Emergency Inquiry Update 2

Emergency Inquiry Update 2: Real Threat or Media Hype? | Julie Ponesse & Tom Marazzo. TDF Ethics Scholar Dr. Julie Ponesse is joined by Freedom Convoy volunteer Tom Marazzo who weighs in on the early days of the Public Order Emergency Commission.


News this week

Public Order Emergency Commission... Bill Gates says Europe Energy Crisis "Good"...
CSIS told cabinet convoy wasn’t foreign funded days before Emergencies Act. The Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) informed the Liberal cabinet that there were no signs of foreign financing or state actors involved in the Freedom Convoy only days before Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took the unprecedented decision to invoke the Emergencies Act.
Parliament Hill security, not convoy protesters, blocked truck relocation plan. A plan between City of Ottawa officials and Freedom Convoy organizers to relocate trucks away from residential areas was blocked by the Parliamentary Protective Service, not protesters. Ottawa city manager Steve Kanellakos revealed this Monday in his testimony before the Public Order Emergency Commission.
Officials monitoring Freedom Convoy admitted “no violence took place”. Public Safety Canada officials admitted in internal updates that the Freedom Convoy protests were peaceful and that no violence was taking place despite claims by the Minister Marco Mendicino.
New recording shows Blair interfered with RCMP investigation into Nova Scotia shooting. The RCMP released a recording of a controversial phone meeting that showed RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki criticizing staff in Nova Scotia for not detailing the makes and models of firearms used in the Nova Scotia massacre. That meeting has been at the centre of allegations the Prime Minister's Office and Public Safety minister Bill Blair (Scarborough Southwest, ON.) interfered with the investigation. The allegations claim the Liberal government wanted to know the types of guns used in the 2020 shooting in preparation for pending gun control legislation.
Bill Gates says Europe's suffering in the winter is 'good' for green transition. Microsoft founder and one of the world’s richest men, Bill Gates, says that the European energy crisis will be “good” for the planet “in the long run.” In his newsletter, Gates also said that it is necessary to “speed the process up” for the reset of the economy. Despite his apparent concerns for the wellbeing of average Europeans, Gates expressed his optimism that the short-term suffering – which of course includes rolling blackouts and possibly freezing to death – would be worth it in the long run.
Liberal fertilizer climate target would have negligible impact on emissions. An agrologist told parliamentarians that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s arbitrary 30% fertilizer emission reduction target for farmers would have a negligible impact on global CO2 levels.

True North fact-checks Reuters fact-check

Fake News Friday: Reuters tries to fact-check a video reposted by True North where a Pfizer executive admits that its Covid vaccine was not tested for its ability to prevent transmission before hitting the market. The fact-check only upholds a narrative and not the facts.

The Public Order Emergency Commission is well underway and so far nothing has been brought forward proving the government needed to use the Emergencies Act… but that hasn’t stopped the legacy media from having the worst takes possible.


Reuters’ assertion that Pfizer never claimed that their original submissions to regulators did include tests for transmission appears to be accurate. But their own fact check is misleading because it entirely ignores the fact that political and public discussions about the vaccines were often driven by the incorrect assumption that the vaccines would halt transmission.

Emergency Inquiry Update 1

Emergency Inquiry Update 1: TDF Ethics Scholar Dr. Julie Ponesse & Senior Litigator Mark Joseph. The Democracy Fund's (TDF) Ethics Scholar Dr. Julie Ponesse sat down with TDF's Senior Litigator Mark Joseph to discuss the first week of the Public Order Emergency Commission (POEC) that started on Thursday, October 13, 2022.


News this week

CSIS rejects convoy swastika narrative, Liberal government driving up debt ...
CSIS memo rejects Trudeau’s Freedom Convoy swastika narrative. “The Canadian flag was the most prevalent flag on display in the crowd, likely reflecting participants’ belief they are patriotic Canadians standing up for their democratic rights,” said the secret memo, first reported by Blacklock’s Reporter.
Officials monitoring Freedom Convoy admitted “no violence took place”. Public Safety Canada officials admitted in internal updates that the Freedom Convoy protests were peaceful and that no violence was taking place despite claims by the Minister Marco Mendicino.
CBC ombudsman says claims Putin was behind Freedom Convoy belong in the gulag. A claim by a host on the state broadcaster that Russia was behind the Freedom Convoy should never have made it to the air, says the corporation's ombudsman.
Canadian Armed Forces ramps up discharges of unvaccinated soldiers. The head of the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) will be moving full steam ahead with his plan to purge the military of soldiers who made a personal health decision and refused to be vaccinated against Covid-19.
FL Surgeon General: COVID-19 vaccine spikes cardiac deaths in males under 40, Twitter censors. Florida Surgeon General Dr. Joseph Ladapoo has recommended against using the COVID-19 vaccines for men between the ages of 18 to 39 because the “benefit of vaccination is likely outweighed by this abnormally high risk of cardiac-related death among men in this age group.”
40% of pandemic federal deficit spending had “nothing to do” with Covid. A new report by the Fraser Institute on pandemic spending found that approximately 40% of federal deficits incurred during the pandemic “had nothing to do” with Covid-19.
Canadians paying $31 billion in surcharges on federal debt, and the Parliamentary Budget Office’s Economic and Fiscal Outlook for October found that the cost of debt servicing is expected to balloon to $47.6 billion as a result of “higher interest rates and the additional accumulation of federal debt.”

Politicians & Health Experts Lied

In a COVID hearing a Pfizer director admitted the vaccine was never tested on preventing transmission. Dr. Leslyn Lewis (Conservative MP, Haldimand—Norfolk, Ont.) has called for Canada to launch a federal inquiry into COVID-19 vaccines.

Affirmative Action is harmful and insulting

While affirmative action may seem like a compassionate policy to help those who are in need of it, the true effects are not so rosy. Through these policies, the government virtue signals their progressive tendencies towards diversity, inclusion, and equity. In principle, affirmative action may look like it’s helping marginalized populations, but it’s really not.

In this episode, Jasmine Moulton proves that affirmative action policies actually do more harm than good for the communities they purport to help. Not only are they insulting, they don’t work or they’re based on incorrect data. Whether it’s about the gender pay gap or hiring based on skin colour, disparity is not evidence of discrimination. The reality is much more complicated.


News this week

Liberals admit Digital ID contract with WEF, Canadian $ falls ...
Liberal gov confesses to $105M World Economic Forum Digital ID contract. The Liberal government has admitted in writing that they have an ongoing $105.3 million contract with the World Economic Forum to introduce digital identities for travel to Canada.
Firm with Pfizer, WEF ties played key role in Quebec’s Covid response. A global management consulting firm with ties to Pfizer played a key role in Quebec’s Covid response, according to a report by Radio-Canada, CBC’s French-language arm.
Emission cap on energy sector will impact quality of life for First Nations. he head of a major First Nations natural resources group is blasting the Liberal government’s 42% emissions cap on the oil and gas sector as a “political statement” that will inevitably hurt the quality of life of Indigenous people.
Canadian businesses to start to charge credit card fees. Canadian businesses will be permitted to apply surcharges when accepting credit cards, effective Thursday.
Analysts cut Canadian dollar forecasts as recession risk looms. The currency has weakened around 7% against the U.S. dollar since the start of 2022. Last Friday, it touched its weakest level in more than two years at 1.3838 per U.S. dollar, or 72.26 U.S. cents.
'Our currency, your problem': The dollar's surge to 20-year highs is causing headaches around the world, a Goldman FX chief says. The US dollar has appreciated rapidly this year, surging to 20-year highs against other major currencies and pushing countries into a "reverse currency war" to keep up.

Is a revolution on the horizon in Iran?

As protests spread across Iran and the world after the death of 22 year old Mahsa Amini, videos of violent crackdowns have emerged online. Protests have engulfed the hearts of the Iranian people to the point that some are saying another revolution is coming underway.


"Walking Dead:" Communist Barbarism Infecting the West, Warns Author Kay Rubacek

The evils of communism and socialism imposed on people by the "walking dead" have already destroyed many nations and billions of lives, and now they threaten the remaining free nations of the world. In this video Rubacek describes her interviews with numerous sources in China — both victims and perpetrators — and how she stumbled upon the term "Walking Dead" used to describe the individuals who perpetrate these ghastly atrocities against their fellow human beings.

This video is also available on Rumble.

Related to this topic: China operating extrajudicial police stations in Canada.

Danielle Smith wins UCP leadership

Danielle Smith's speech to party members after winning the leadership of the United Conservative Party of Alberta. Danielle won on the sixth ballot with 53.8% of the vote.


Holding the government accountable for the Emergencies Act

Justin Trudeau's invocation of the Emergencies Act to crack down on Freedom Convoy protesters has been widely condemned by civil liberties groups on the left and the right. Lawyer Keith Wilson joins The Andrew Lawton Show to discuss the commission's investigation and whether it can bring about justice for Canadians who rallied against vaccine mandates.


News this week

Restrictions not justified by science, Biden freaks over Italy ...
Air Canada welcomes the Government of Canada's decision to lift remaining COVID-19 restrictions, including requirements for wearing masks on aircraft, testing and quarantine, and the compulsory use of ArriveCan beginning October 1, 2022. "Air Canada welcomes the removal of these restrictions, acknowledging that air travel is safe and that the measures were not justified by science."
Warning issued after COVID-19 vaccine mRNA found in breast milk. A new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) showed trace amounts of the COVID-19 vaccine mRNAs in breast milk. JAMA has issued a warning to women breastfeeding children.
Border guards searched electronic devices of 33,000 travellers. The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) searched the phones and electronic devices of over 33,000 travellers before a court case struck down the border agency’s ability to conduct random searches.
Concern grows over increase in sudden death of young and healthy around the globe. The sudden death of otherwise healthy young adults, many of whom were athletes, is on the rise in Canada and across the globe.
Biden condemns Italy’s first female PM for being right of centre. On Sunday, Italy voted in Giorgia Meloni’s coalition government that ran on “God, country, and family.” Since Meloni’s victory, mainstream media are calling her new government “far-right” and drawing comparisons to Mussolini.

Why it’s time to defund the CBC

Politicians, leftist activists and legacy media journalists continually defend one of Canada’s biggest money pits: the CBC. In this Reality Check episode, Jasmine Moulton of True North looks into the state broadcaster’s absurd content and yearly declines in revenue and viewership.


News this week

Medical crisis from COVID-19 vaccines while recession looms ...
Hundreds of healthcare workers declare medical crisis from COVID-19 vaccines. Several hundred healthcare professionals across the world have spoken out about “an international medical crisis due to the diseases and deaths co-related to the administration of products known as COVID-19 vaccines.”
Dr. Bridle vindicated after Moderna CMO’s confession. A June interview with the Moderna Chief Medical Officer has surfaced where he concedes the spike protein from the COVID vaccine can interact with and damage heart cells, vindicating Dr. Byram Bridle, a Canadian doctor who warned about the vaccine over a year ago.
Economists warn that recession for Canada is imminent. Tank of Canada (BoC) hiked interest rates to 3.25% as inflation continues to take a toll on the country’s finances. In August the Consumer Price Index fell to 7% down from 7.6% the month prior but the cost of food has spiked by 10.8%.
Caught on tape: Amazon exec threatened Marketplace shutdown in Canada if competition reforms go ahead. Records also show Amazon has funded some prominent think tanks, which have produced reports critical of antitrust reform.
A Natural Gas Shortage Is Looming For The U.S. As natural gas demand around the world breaks new records, U.S. shale producers are struggling to keep up with demand. While natural gas prices in the U.S. fell after a railway strike was averted last week, it looks likely that prices both at home and abroad will spike this winter.

Pierre Poilievre confronts Justin Trudeau for the first time as Leader of CPC

Pierre Poilievre faces off against PM Justin Trudeau for the first time in Question Period as leader of the Conservatives. Poilievre grills Trudeau about incoming tax increases on Canadians. Poilievre advises Trudeau to "Ground the jet, park the hypocrisy, and axe the tax hikes". Trudeau can only answer questions with an ad hominem or a straw man argument.


Related news from the Canadian Taxpayers Federation: Canada hikes taxes while 51 other countries provide tax relief: Report. “Ending the tax hikes while Canadians struggle with the pandemic and inflation should have been a no-brainer,” says Terrazzano. “Trudeau could immediately make life more affordable by reducing his tax-take like so many other countries have done.”

News this week

No rationale for mandates while persecution of Freedom supporters continues ...
Trudeau still doesn’t have any rationale for mandates and restrictions. The dissonance between the Canadian government’s public messaging on vaccination and what their internal risk assessments reveal is highlighted by documents now in the public domain.
Ottawa Police prosecuting officer for donating to Freedom Convoy. Although OPS asserts that on February 5th Neilson should have known that donating to the Freedom Convoy was supporting an “illegal occupation,” the donation was before law enforcement began cracking down on the protest.
Justice Centre releases new Report on excess deaths caused by government interventions. The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms released a report on excess deaths caused by government Covid-19 response. The Report concludes that any evaluation of the success of Canadian governments’ responses to the covid pandemic must also thoroughly consider the harms caused by those responses.
Trudeau Says New Spending Won’t Fuel Inflation. Scotiabank Disagrees. (Bloomberg) -- Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced a package of measures to help Canadians cope with steeply rising prices, with a major bank and his main rival warning the new spending will only make the problem worse.
Europe’s Natural Gas Shortage Could Trigger A Food Crisis. About 70 percent of the cost of fertilizer production is solely the price of natural gas, and as the price of energy soars, the cost of making and moving food is increasing alongside it.
The Alberta Roundup | The Alberta NDP’s “shameless stunt”. Rachel Notley’s NDP knew one of its MLAs hacked Alberta’s vaccine portal causing the system to buckle — and then blamed the UCP government for the system’s failure.
Former CRTC commissioner says Bill C-11 is a 'power grab over human communications'. “It captures virtually all online audio and video,” Timothy Denton, a former CRTC commissioner and current chair of the Canadian chapter of the Internet Society, told the Senate transport and communications committee. Denton called the bill a “power grab over human communications across the internet and therefore deserves our distinct disdain.”

The WEF in Chrystia Freeland’s own words

Before becoming Canada’s deputy Prime Minister and simultaneously sitting on the board of trustees of the World Economic Forum (WEF), Chrystia Freeland authored a scathing critique of the global organization and the people that attend the annual summit in Davos.


Rupa Subramanya's National Post article: The best critique of the World Economic Forum came from Chrystia Freeland herself.

The left thinks patriotism is “hateful”

What do The Queen, Sir John A MacDonald and the Canadian flag have in common? They’re all symbols of one of the greatest countries in the world that represent equality, individual freedoms and unity… Canada!

But the left sees them as symbols of an empire that espouses hate, colonialism and genocide. This could not be further from the truth. It’s time for a Reality Check.


Jasmine Moulton debunks the hateful rhetoric that the left uses to attack Canadian values and nationalism. From the monarchy to the Freedom Convoy, Jasmine shows us why we should celebrate what makes Canada unique and united under our Maple Leaf.

News this past week

No family doctors, sudden death warnings & the BOC raises rates ...
Six million Canadians don’t have access to a family doctor: Angus Reid survey. The survey found that six million Canadians were without a family doctor and have been searching for over a year to get access to a general practitioner.
Ontario school board sends home memo about Sudden Arrhythmia Death Syndrome. The Halton Catholic District School Board (HCDSB) has informed parents about the uptick in Sudden Arrhythmia Death Syndrome (SADS) in children. And related to that is an older headline: Lewis demands answers on Sudden Adult Death Syndrome. Lewis has received “a steady flow of communications from doctors, nurses and paramedics who are concerned that SADS is indeed vaccine-related.”
• The Bank of Canada increases policy interest rate by 75 basis points, continues quantitative tightening. The Bank of Canada increased its target for the overnight rate to 3¼%, with the Bank Rate at 3½% and the deposit rate at 3¼%. The Bank is continuing its policy of quantitative tightening, and continues to claim that inflation is under control.
Hurts So Good: Why are so many young women suffering from invisible illnesses? Meet the girls in a world of pain. The author writes about a world of chronic illness sufferers who track their many pains, tests, diagnoses, and doctors visits online. They are the "spoonies", mostly young women, and there appears to be thousands of them.
The anti-women trans activism movement. Vancouver registered nurse Amy Hamm faces a disciplinary hearing later this month for speaking out – while off duty – about radical gender theory and women’s sex-based rights.

Pierre Poilievre elected Federal Conservative leader

Conservative members have elected Pierre Poilievre as their new leader. Pierre won the federal leadership race on the first ballot with 68% of the vote.

Queen Elizabeth II

5 government claims about inflation DEBUNKED

As historically high inflation rates continue to cause the cost of everything in Canada to rise, politicians are scrambling to throw the blame anywhere they can — except themselves.


Conservative Leadership Canada | Dr Leslyn Lewis

Dr. Leslyn Lewis is a Canadian Conservative member of Parliament, taking a stance against Canada's zero carbon goals. Today, she sits down with Dr. Jordan Peterson to discuss climate change, its importance as a movement on a global scale, and how in many ways it has devolved into environmental imperialism.

Among other things Dr. Peterson and Dr. Lewis discuss the road to sustainable enviromentalism, the situation in Sri Lanka and the Netherlands, the fallacy of carbon taxes, and that there is an agenda beyond just protecting the enviroment.

Despite winning votes Dr. Lewis does not receive mainstream media coverage and attention in Canada because "I don't fit their narrative, and their narrative is that the Conservative Party is a white racist party ... and to highlight me would go against the media and the social narrative."


Vaccine mandates: harmful and unnecessary

Last week Western University announced its booster mandate for the upcoming year, after the final date to withdraw without financial penalty.
In this video Andrew Lawton discussed the mandate with infectious diseases specialist Dr. Martha Fulford, law professor Bruce Pardy, ethics scholar Prof. Julie Ponesse, and student activist Kendra Hancock.
Infectious diseases specialist Dr. Fulford advises that the studies unequivocally show that men under the age of 40 are at a higher risk of myocarditis from the vaccines then they are from the [Covid] infection.


News this week

Warnings from Europe and Asia, and Trudeau turns Germany away:
Spanish Official Warns of “Winter of Great Suffering” A top Spanish official has warned that Europeans are about to endure a “winter of great suffering” as a result of Russia fully suspending gas supplies during the freezing months.
Covid-style bailouts for energy bills considered as Government warned of civil unrest The UK Government is considering Covid-style bailouts for small companies facing ruin from energy bills, as energy executives warn ministers they fear civil unrest this winter without major interventions.
Germany's worried about a coal shortage this winter as it scrambles to replace Russian gas "Germany could be knocked by a coal and oil shortage this winter as it seeks to replace Russian gas, its government warns."
Don’t Count on Canada says Trudeau "Germany’s Scholz leaves Canada with no promises for LNG."
Canada just missed possibly one of the greatest opportunities in its history "It could well represent one of the biggest missed opportunities in Canadian history: An embattled Europe is clamouring for natural gas, and one of the world’s biggest producers of the stuff can’t sell it to them."
Let the Germans starve in the dark? "They’re being urged to stockpile firewood, for heaven’s sake. Listening to German Chancellor Olaf Scholtz, one gets the sense they would pay anything, in used non-sequential twenties if necessary, to make sure nobody freezes to death."
Frequent blackouts, school and office hours cut: Is Bangladesh going way of Sri Lanka? "Amid an extraordinary rise in fuel prices, Bangladesh, one of the world's fastest-growing economies, has resorted to power rationing."

Trudeau, Travel, and “The Science”

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s recent covid mandates - specifically on travel bans for those who choose not to get vaccinated - have arguable basis in science, logic, and precedent. Today Dr. Jordan B Peterson sits down with five experts investigating the matter from all angles, including Rupa Subramanya, one of few Canadian journalists who dared to report an alternative perspective on the now infamous trucker protest that took place in Ottawa. Shaun Rickard and Karl Harrison, represented by lawyer Sam Presvelos, are three proud Canadians currently entangled in a lawsuit with their own government over Trudeau’s travel bans on public transport. Bruce Pardy is a professor of law at Queen’s University and the executive director of Rights Probe.


Farmers & Fertilizer

The Dutch farmers protest continues. Dutch Farmers: Police Arrest Over 100, as Protestors Vow Continued Resistance Against EU Green Agenda
Dutch farmers are protesting the implementation of EU-based climate rules on the emissions of nitrogen that threaten the livelihoods of thousands and the production of food in the Netherlands. The EU mandates that it's 27 member states must operate in a sustainable manner, both ecologically and economically. But Dutch farms are among the most advanced in the world!
More Misinformation About the Dutch Farm Crisis

Let's watch a Canadian farmer's perspective, the least amount of inputs to get the maximum outputs:


Canada's Travel Ban had No Scientific Basis

Court Documents Reveal Canada’s Travel Ban Had No Scientific Basis: In the days leading up to the mandate, transportation officials were frantically looking for a rationale for it. They came up short.

To review the court documents yourself, visit https://www.fct-cf.gc.ca/en/court-files-and-decisions/court-files and search for Harrison or Court Number T-1991-21. Email the federal court requesting access to the documents.

Dictatorial Powers Without Ratification

Canada's Government used the Emergencies Act to limit Canadian's Charter Freedoms without justification. One of those freedoms is the right to peacefully protest. The emergencies act was never fully ratified (sanctioned), and gave the Prime Minister dictatorial powers without authorization.


Bank Apologizes for Trucker Convoy account freeze

One of Canada’s biggest banks apologized for freezing the bank account of one of the Freedom Convoy organizers during the demonstration against Canada’s COVID measures.

In February 2022, truckers from all over the country converged on Ottawa to protest mandatory vaccinations. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau dismissed pro-freedom protesters as “angry, racist and misogynistic” before invoking Canada’s Emergency Act to punish protesters and those who donated to their cause.