Tune in as hosts Andrew DeBartolo and Matthew Hallick discuss how our Federal government continues to try and hide the truth while they line the pockets of hundreds of organizations to the tune of millions and millions of dollars to push their COVID propaganda. The guys are also joined by professor Dr. Mark David Hall to talk about the important religious foundations of Western Civilization.
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Canada may not have seen the last of the mandatory COVID-19 vaccine passports. Proposed restrictions could even be harsher than before, likely to require three to four inoculations in order to travel.
Canada’s internet censorship legislation, Bill C-11, passed the House following a vote on Tuesday. The bill will now move to the Senate.
In the House, the bill passed by 208 to 117. Only members of the Conservative Party of Canada did not vote for it.
The bill aims to grant broad regulatory powers to the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) over online platforms and will give the government more control over what Canadians can see, hear, and read on the internet.
Dr. Andrew Bostom, an epidemiologist who had over 47,000 followers and who was a significant dissenting figure during the coronavirus pandemic, has been permanently banned from Twitter after posting a peer-reviewed study on Covid vaccination effects.
The main differentiating feature, compared to other file sharing services, is the anonymity component, made possible because this free and open-source software directs traffic on the web through a global overlay network that masks both a user's address and activity on the internet.
Trudeau's government is accused of interfering in RCMP operations after Canada's worst ever mass shooting in Nova Scotia. And the interim Green Party leader says the far right in Canada is gaining ground because people are frustrated with their lives.
On June 14th, the Trudeau government slightly changed federal vaccine mandates. Although unvaccinated Canadians can take a plane or train again, many restrictions remain.
Before this year's event, Pastor Artur was threatened that if he did participate in the march, his actions could be considered a breach of his bail conditions, which could mean another extended stint in jail.
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