The Same Fools Who Called Us Racist For Wanting Early Border Closures Now Admit They Should Have Closed The Borders Earlier.
These are the same people that want to set up laws to “prevent the spread of misinformation on COVID”. pic.twitter.com/9TzJEqWRA3
— Michelle Rempel Garner (@MichelleRempel) May 21, 2020
You raised the carbon tax on Canadian farmers by 50% last month.
Not on foreign food imports. Just on Canadian food.
And you just gave $50,000,000 to fast-track cheap foreign labourers to take Canadian farm jobs, ahead of unemployed Canadians.
Go back to your Netflix and bong. https://t.co/Zurat9xlnT
— Ezra Levant 🇨🇳🦠 (@ezralevant) May 16, 2020
Holy hot hell. Justin Trudeau extended the "Emergency Wage Benefit" for THREE MORE MONTHS.
The federal government will pay 75% of millions of Canadians wages.
We will undoubtedly hit 1 Trillion this year, and future generations are fucked. That's it. We're done.
— Keean Bexte (@TheRealKeean) May 15, 2020
I’m old enough to remember when veterans were asking for “more than we can give”.
New country. Just sayin’.
I want a new country.
Because the cottage lacked …a cottage.
From the comments: I can’t seem to find a “derelict” cottage (house!) the size of the new one anywhere on the property in the before pic’s. Looks to me to be a “renovation” where the only original bit is something like a fireplace, with a brand new house built around it.
This is unbelievable. As of last night Trudeau has reopened our borders to people making claiming refugee claims from Upstate New York.
— David Jacobs (@DrJacobsRad) April 22, 2020
Related! Toronto’s Willowdale refugee hub now a major outbreak centre
Long, long ago – around the end of January – Conservative MP Tony Baldinelli submitted a written question about a loan for $196 million that was written off by Export Development Canada.
Who received the loan, what was it for and why was it written off, he asked, not unreasonably.
He has just received the answer from Global Affairs Canada, a department notorious for its imperiousness when it comes to public accountability.
The transaction in question was export-related and deemed to be in Canada’s national interest, he was told.
That was all Baldinelli, or you and I, are entitled to know.
Related: Trudeau’s lakeside residence undergoing $8.6M renovation: The National Capital Commission had not previously disclosed that renovations were underway …
Bribes For Xi funding: Canadian foreign aid to China totaled $41 million last year, according to newly-released data from the Department of Foreign Affairs.
There is increasing confidence that COVID-19 likely originated in a Wuhan laboratory not as a bioweapon, but as part of China’s effort to demonstrate that its efforts to identify and combat viruses are equal to or greater than the capabilities of the United States, multiple sources who have been briefed on the details of early actions by China’s government and seen relevant materials tell Fox News.
This may be the “costliest government coverup of all time,” one of the sources said.
The sources believe the initial transmission of the virus was bat-to-human, and that “patient zero” worked at the laboratory, then went into the population in Wuhan.
The “increasing confidence” comes from classified and open-source documents and evidence, the sources said. Fox News has requested to see the evidence directly.
This just in.
HE REALLY IS THAT STUPID: Justin Trudeau just gave a $828,000 grant to to the Wuhan Institution of Virology.
As in, the Chinese virus factory that started all this.
Trudeau just gave them money.
I wish I were kidding.
— Ezra Levant 🇨🇳🦠 (@ezralevant) April 16, 2020
The rest of the world is paying attention to scientists, economists, and common sense. The Shiny Pony has other plans.
Top execs at Canada Infrastructure Bank @cib_en get the boot “effective immediately”, incl CEO @PierreLavallee3 after refusing to tell auditors how money spent. https://t.co/iJxUxQxnNe @LucBerthold @yzgiroux @OAG_BVG #cdnpoli pic.twitter.com/o1nOCeHc4b
— Holly Doan (@hollyanndoan) April 6, 2020
Last night: President Trump Invokes Defense Production Act Taking Control of 3M Production…
Trudeau does not specifically answer Q about whether he has talked to trump today about the 3M issue, even on follow-up. He says gov understands there are pressures across Canada because of "dwindling supplies" and says that's why gov is working to order/make more PPE.
— Annie Bergeron-Oliver (@AnnieClaireBO) April 3, 2020
CBC: Because there are currently no domestic manufacturers of N95 masks, pressure put on the global supply by the coronavirus pandemic has left Canada in a precarious position.
Just finished a great telephone briefing from former Health Minister Leona Aglukkaq, who led Canada’s response to H1N1. Canada should have medical stockpiles, she says. Where did they go?
— pierrepoilievre (@PierrePoilievre) April 3, 2020
Within hours of the distributor’s demand, the group had assembled a consortium of 19 different entities in need of the masks, including two major hospital chains, one city health department in Colorado, six county governments in three states, and one governor’s office. Though several of the buyers were also hoping to purchase gowns, gloves, ventilators, and other supplies, they were pooling resources to be able to put in the minimum order of 3M’s 1860 N95 mask, which protects health care workers against airborne particles and is “resistant to splash and spatter of blood and other infectious materials.”
Although the 1860 N95 masks should cost $1.27 each, according to a price list 3M issued yesterday, the Canadian dealer was charging more than $7 per mask. But the jacked-up price isn’t what killed the deal. Even the major hospital chains were desperate enough to spend the money. Instead, the group’s purchase began to fall apart when the dealer said that the Canadian military had seized 10 million of the masks and then insisted that the group not only commit to buying the remaining 20 million masks but also to five additional monthly purchases of 20 million masks, totaling $140 million.