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What a fucking joke. Ford should have never said a fucking thing - now he's causing problems that he won't bother fixing and leaving it to the city to fix.

And fuck the goddam police for sitting there with their thumbs up their asses for two days.

Unbelievable that the people supporting him contributed to a gofund me page for his legal fees (and not realizing he can pay for it himself). It's like people want to get fleeced these days.
 

Mondieu

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What a fucking joke. Ford should have never said a fucking thing - now he's causing problems that he won't bother fixing and leaving it to the city to fix.

And fuck the goddam police for sitting there with their thumbs up their asses for two days.

Unbelievable that the people supporting him contributed to a gofund me page for his legal fees (and not realizing he can pay for it himself). It's like people want to get fleeced these days.
I’m sure that cops are super happy to be playing “bylaw-enforcement officer” in a toothless race to nowhere, at a place that probably used to give them free food.

Friends, this is beyond bullshit.

...and folks, THIS is why people laugh at the law.

Shit’s getting downright weird at the parade and Doug Ford is the Grand Marshall.
 
I used to live up by Canada's Wonderland and Vaughn Mills. Considering how many people went there to go Black Friday shopping today, I'm very, very glad I no longer live within walking distance of that new hot zone.

It's always a madhouse on Black Friday - people wind up parking on the grass - but this year, extra so with all the Peel and GTA shoppers who need to visit Old Navy for a deal on licensed t-shirts or have that burning need to visit Bass Pro to gawk at outdoor gear.
 

Bernnie Federko

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Someone always willing to die or be killed for the shit.

I used to live up by Canada's Wonderland and Vaughn Mills. Considering how many people went there to go Black Friday shopping today, I'm very, very glad I no longer live within walking distance of that new hot zone.

It's always a madhouse on Black Friday - people wind up parking on the grass - but this year, extra so with all the Peel and GTA shoppers who need to visit Old Navy for a deal on licensed t-shirts or have that burning need to visit Bass Pro to gawk at outdoor gear.
 
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Bernnie Federko

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Ontario had $12-billion in unspent contingency funds by the end of September, even as schools resumed with larger-than-recommended class sizes and virus testing centres were overwhelmed, according to a report from the province’s independent fiscal watchdog.

The Financial Accountability Office says the unspent reserve was earmarked for three funds: COVID-19 health spending, pandemic support for employers or individuals and a general budget contingency.

The total is $2.7-billion more than the $9.3-billion the office reported as of Aug. 24. That earlier number has been mentioned regularly by the Opposition NDP, which has accused Premier Doug Ford’s government of “penny pinching” instead of better preparing schools, hospitals, testing labs, contact-tracing systems and long-term care homes for the second wave.
 
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Mondieu

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Circuit breaker coming Christmas for 28 days in Ontario

...on Christmas Eve. Ok then. Is there a conflict in pandemic scheduling that denotes it needs to wait until then? Aren’t we already under “lockdown”? What the fuck is uncle Doug on about? I know the guy likes his hash but I think he might be dipping into one of Rob’s hidden stashes, at this point.

Clowns to the left of me. Jokers to the right.
 
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Bernnie Federko

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While the new variant of the COVID-19 virus that is rapidly spreading in Britain has not been reported in Canada, Health Canada says the level of genetic surveillance conducted across the country is not sufficient to say with confidence that it has not arrived.
Dozens of countries, including Canada, have banned travel from Britain in the wake of news of the variant.
The details of the new variant that have emerged so far are worrying enough to have prompted Canadian public-health officials and molecular biologists involved in tracking changes in the virus to rapidly increase their vigilance.
“There’s always a possibility that the variant has travelled and we are focussing considerable effort to be able to identify it, should it arise here in Canada,” said Guillaume Poliquin, acting scientific director-general of the National Microbiology Laboratory.
 
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Bernnie Federko

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Ontario confirms two cases of COVID-19 variant first discovered in U.K.

THE CANADIAN PRESS
PUBLISHED DECEMBER 26, 2020UPDATED 38 MINUTES AGO

Ontario has confirmed its two first Canadian cases of a more contagious variant of COVID-19 first identified in the United Kingdom.

The province’s associate chief medical officer of health said today that the cases are a couple from Durham Region, just east of Toronto, with no known travel history, exposure or high-risk contacts.

The new variant is believed to spread easier and faster than the original version of the disease but is not believed to be more deadly.

The provincial government said in a news release that is no evidence to suggest that the Health Canada-approved vaccines will be any less effective against the new variant.

The variant was first identified in the United Kingdom but has since been detected in several other countries, including Denmark, Belgium, Australia and the Netherlands.


The news release noted the discovery of the variant was “not unexpected” due to inbound international travel.

Ontario began a provincewide lockdown on Saturday as several provinces are opting for online or scaled-down Boxing Day shopping to limit the spread of COVID-19.

The province has reported more than 2,000 cases 12 days in a row, including 2,142 new positive tests on Saturday and 2,159 cases from Christmas Day.

There were also 81 additional deaths during those days, the provincial government said.

Under the new rules that came into effect on Boxing Day, restaurants in Ontario can only provide takeout, drive through and delivery, including the sale of alcohol.


Ontario has joined Manitoba and Quebec in closing non-essential retail stores for in-person shopping, while supermarkets and pharmacies must follow rules for distancing and limiting capacity.

The new rules are having an effect on Boxing Day shopping, which is forcing bargain hunters in many parts of the country to look online for deals instead of lining up and crowding into stores in person.

Other provinces have put limits on in-store capacity as officials urge Canadians to stay home and limit contacts as much as possible to limit the spread of COVID-19.

Ontario’s new measures remain in effect in southern Ontario until Jan. 23, but will lift for the less-affected northern regions on Jan. 9.

In Quebec, a province-wide lockdown went into effect Friday, with businesses deemed non-essential ordered to remain closed until at least Jan. 11. The province did not publish data on the number of new infections or deaths on Friday or Saturday.

Government websites for Manitoba and Saskatchewan also indicated those provinces would not provide updates on Saturday.


Alberta reported an estimated 1,200 new cases on Dec. 24 and about 900 on Christmas Day, according to a modified update provided by the province’s chief medical officer of health.

Dr. Deena Hinshaw said on Twitter that hospitalizations and intensive care numbers also increased slightly each day.

New Brunswick reported two new cases on Saturday, and said both were related to travel.

Officials also reported possible exposure sites on three recent Air Canada flights into New Brunswick.
 

Bernnie Federko

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The list of politicians and staffers exiting their roles after holiday travel during the pandemic grew again today. Provincially, Alberta Premier Jason Kenney says he has accepted the resignation of his municipal affairs minister, Tracy Allard, among others, and has asked his chief of staff, Jamie Huckabay, to step down, after earlier saying he would not discipline them. Quebec’s Liberal party has stripped Pierre Arcand of his role as critic for matters related to Montreal and to transportation.

In the Senate, Conservative Leader Don Plett travelled to Mexico in December for personal reasons, and is now back in Manitoba quarantining, his spokesperson said.

Yesterday, Quebec MP Sameer Zuberi and Ontario MP Kamal Khera stepped aside from their extra parliamentary duties after acknowledging international travel.

Opinion: ”[Kenney] convinced voters that he had assembled a group of like-minded, down-home Albertans to be part of this team. ... Now they discover that the party they voted into power two years ago is nothing more than a bunch of pina colada Conservatives.” - Gary Mason

In Ontario, Toronto’s medical officer of health Eileen de Villa said at a press conference today the city will report more COVID-19 outbreaks in workplaces going forward, and there will be stricter guidelines for employers reporting cases among their staff. The announcement comes as the province reports 3,270 new cases of COVID-19 today, with 917 cases in Toronto.
 
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