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2:02 AM
@Wipqozn ha, yeh fairness my ass
what makes it even worse is the genital examination which doesn't take a genius to see how that is going to be abused
@Unionhawk even ignore the "joke" that's still bad because you can see the northern trip is going to stop short of crossing a predominately white area
coupled with all the cops shooting/stopping black people this week there's no small wonder why people want major reform
 
 
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12:46 PM
"Ontario’s new COVID-19 restrictions have science ‘absolutely upside-down,’ experts say | Globalnews.ca" globalnews.ca/news/7765156/…
> Fisman, who is also a member of Ontario’s COVID-19 Science Table, took aim especially at the government’s decision to restrict nearly all outdoor activities while keeping some indoor settings like big-box retailers and religious settings open.
> “We know in Ontario that the huge drivers right now of transmission are workplaces, particularly industrial workplaces, warehouses, Amazon distribution centres, post offices,” said Fisman.
> “We know a lot of the folks who are getting sick are lower income or have poor job security, can’t stay home if they feel sick.”
> According to Fisman, what the premier should have done instead was to double-down on stronger ventilation in indoor settings, increased COVID-19 testing and paid sick leave for those in essential businesses.
 
 
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4:38 PM
"'Not a tax at all': O'Toole on party's carbon price loyalty program | CTV News" ctvnews.ca/mobile/politics/…
> Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole is pushing back against criticism by some that a key pillar of the party’s new climate plan is akin to a carbon tax, a Liberal-instituted policy he has long criticized.
> In an interview on CTV’s Question Period airing Sunday, O’Toole says the party’s proposed carbon pricing mechanism is “not a tax at all” because money is not collected by the government.
> As opposed to the current rebate system, the Conservatives have pitched to create an industry-led program that accumulates funds based on individual fuel consumption, which Canadians can then use on environmentally-friendly purchases like a bicycle or transit pass.
> "This will be an account that is then tracked, it will not be big government, it will be actually run in a similar fashion to a loyalty-type program.”
He sounds like a deranged lunatic high on LSD
I posted about his plan before. It's complete nonsense and makes sense at all.
If the PC party wins the next federal election then Canada should be ashamed, because holy shit.
 
 
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6:21 PM
The Guardian: An end to cigarettes? New Zealand aims to create smoke-free generation "Proposals include making sale of cigarettes to anyone born after 2004 illegal"
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6:56 PM
That will be very interesting to watch.
 

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