The Public Order Emergency Commission (also known at the Rouleau Commission) is now accepting comments from members of the public on their experiences, views, observations, and ideas about the federal government’s response to the Freedom Convoy and use of the Emergencies Act. These public comments will be reviewed by the Commission in order for the Commission to
Yesterday, Justice Rouleau, Chair of the Public Order Emergency Commission (POEC), announced that its hearings will be postponed until October 13, due to unexpected surgery he must suddenly undergo. While we certainly wish Justice Rouleau a speedy recovery, this unfortunate delay of accountability and transparency spurred TBOF to take a closer at the Emergencies Act, POEC’s establishment,
When you have newly resurrected Green MP Elizabeth May lamely saying perhaps we should have a Parliamentary debate or it might be appropriate to do so concerning spending money on war, you know we are in trouble as a democracy. They are all feeding out of the public trough with little accountability. This is a Party that
The Ontario Government has disbanded the Ontario Science Table ("OST") effective September 6, 2022. The OST's advice and modelling, which was seldom made public, was regularly relied upon to justify the myriad of restrictive COVID-19 measures over the past 2.5 years. Their models were always wrong, and time and court documents continue to prove that their recommendations
Yesterday, Ontario’s Western University announced it is reinstating its mandatory vaccination policy*: all students, staff, faculty, and most visitors have until October 1, 2022 to show proof that they received their “primary series” plus “a booster”. Western’s decision comes on the heels of the University of Toronto reintroducing a booster mandate for any persons staying or working
For nearly a year, Prime Minister Trudeau and Health Minister Duclos aggressively browbeat Canadians that mass-vaccination was the only way out of the pandemic. They mandated the experimental mRNA injections, denied livelihoods and even employment insurance benefits to those that refused, openly and repeatedly vilified and with full-throated rhetoric normalized the persecution and discrimination of unvaccinated Canadians.
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