1. This is quite a video. If you are pressed for time, go right to 26 minutes where they show how the Government funded, “Anti-hate network” is paid 6 figures to manufacture phoney hate crimes with which to tar and feather classical liberals.
2. This is CTV ‘news’, so grain of salt at least: Canadian military got 360 phone calls asking them to protect trucker protesters from police
A pair of phone lines for the Canadian military received more than 300 phone calls over the weekend from convoy supporters urging the military to protect the protesters in Ottawa from police operations.
Department of National Defence spokesperson Dan Le Bouthillier told CTVNews.ca that the military media phone line received about 360 calls from people primarily urging the military to intervene with the police operation in downtown Ottawa and“protect the peaceful protests.”
“Of course, I tried to listen to several of the very passionate callers and recommend they contact their members of Parliament to voice their concern,” Le Bouthillier wrote in an email.
3. (This is more what I expect from the Canadian government: Ottawa Lawyer Says Convoy Protest Donors May Have Accounts Frozen, Despite RCMP’s Claims Otherwise
Despite the RCMP saying that information on donors to the Freedom Convoy protest is not being forwarded to banks under the Emergencies Act, an Ottawa defence lawyer says banks may act of their own accord and freeze the accounts of a wide range of protest supporters, including donors.
In a Feb. 21 statement, RCMP said that while it remains up to banks to decide which accounts to freeze, at no time did it provide them with a list of donors.
“The list that was provided to financial institutions included identities of individuals who were influencers in the illegal protest in Ottawa, and owners and/or drivers of vehicles who did not want to leave the area impacted by the protest,” the RCMP said, adding that it’s “now working with the banks to build a process to address the accounts that were frozen.”
In a Feb. 23 statement, the RCMP said it’s provided new information to banks that “can be assessed alongside all other information to help inform decisions to unfreeze certain accounts.”
(Let’s see, that’s Chinese masks made with Graphene Oxide recalled, and several brands of Vaxx, and now this. Ok then.)
COVID-19 rapid antigen test kits
Health products – New safety information
Medical devices – Increased risk or new adverse events
What to do
Keep rapid antigen test kits and solutions out of the reach of children and pets.
Do not swallow the solutions, and avoid eye and skin contact.
Wash hands thoroughly after use.
If spillage occurs, rinse well with water.
Follow all instructions for proper disposal.
Report any health product-related side effects or complaints to Health Canada.
Contact your local Poison Information and Control Centre in cases of accidental ingestion or direct skin exposure to test kit solutions.
COVID-19 rapid antigen test kits
Following an increase in reports to poison control centres, Health Canada is advising Canadians about potential risks associated with the misuse or accidental ingestion or spillage of COVID-19 rapid antigen test kit solutions on the skin. Health Canada has determined that the kits are safe and effective when used as intended. However, many test kits include liquid solutions with chemical preservatives, such as sodium azide and Proclin that may be poisonous if swallowed or absorbed through the skin, particularly in children and pets. Small doses of sodium azide can lower blood pressure, and larger doses may cause more serious health effects. Proclin is also found in many kits. It contains chemicals that can cause skin and eye irritation, as well as allergic reactions. Accidental ingestion or skin exposure to very small quantities of liquid solutions would not be expected to cause the serious effects associated with larger doses. However, even small quantities may cause effects in small children and pets.
As part of COVID-19 testing initiatives Canadians may receive rapid antigen test kits for self-use from health units, schools, workplaces or other venues that have been authorized by Health Canada for use by laboratories or trained individuals. While these kits are safe, effective, and beneficial for self-testing, the product labelling and instructions may not describe or disclose the risks associated with misuse or accidental ingestion. This advisory is intended to help fill that labelling gap, and warn Canadians about the risks associated with misuse, accidental ingestion or spillage of rapid antigen test kit solutions.
Health Canada is aware of approximately 50 calls made to poison control centres in Canada related to accidental exposure, which have resulted in minor health outcomes. Health Canada is advising Canadians on a precautionary basis to help mitigate the risks associated with misuse, accidental ingestion or skin exposure.
More at the Recalls Canada.ca site linked above.
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However you view Putin, its always wise to listen to what the leader of the other side actually has to say, rather than how it is interpreted by those who would fight him.