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Liberal government believes mail-in votes “would be key” for possible 2021 election

Privy Council President Dominic LeBlanc emphasized the need for a substantial increase in mail-in voting for a 2021 election. LeBlanc wrote that a 100x increase in mail-in voting from the previous election “would be key”.
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Opinion | 6,700 Lives Could Have Been Saved in Quebec’s Long-Term Care Homes

This time last year, we were talking about the temporary end to the transfer of COVID-19 patients to CHSLDs, Quebec’s long-term care centres. The patient transfers, however, resumed a month later.
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Canadia’s debt surpasses $1 trillion: everything to know about Freeland’s first budget

For the first time in Canadian history, the country’s debt has surpassed $1 trillion, following a $354 billion deficit for 2020 and an expected $155 billion deficit for the 2021-2022 fiscal year.
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Canadian government doesn’t rule out invoking the Canada Emergencies Act

Canada’s procurement minister Anita Anand does not rule out invoking the Canada Emergencies Act to allegedly help the government fight the COVID-19 third wave.
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Justin Trudeau makes up a “very serious third wave” in the U.K., gets debunked by media

The Canadian prime minister is under fire for saying the United Kingdom was fighting a “very serious third wave” of the coronavirus, a statement not supported by any facts or data.
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CNN’s Jake Tapper and Paula Newton shed light on Justin Trudeau’s failed vaccine rollout

CNN’s Jake Tapper and Paula Newton delivered a scathing exposé on the failures of the Trudeau government vaccine rollout and its consequences.
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Man choked, repeatedly hit on the head by Montreal police for allegedly drinking a beer outdoors

EXCLUSIVE Witness Interview: In a video that went viral on the internet, over six agents of the Montreal police (SPVM) are seen trying to restrain a man in a park, while one of the agents hits the man on the head and puts him in a chokehold.
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Montreal police detain and search group of journalists in town to cover lockdown policing

The Montreal police (SPVM), whose agents are seen on video calling journalist Yaakov Pollak from Rebel News a part of the “Jew media”, detained and searched the property of numerous Rebel journalists who were in Montreal to cover a protest.
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U.S. CDC issues top warning against traveling to Canada: “travelers should avoid all travel to Canada”

The United State’s Centers for Disease Control (CDC) issued a top-level warning to all Americans against travelling to Canada.
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Amazon’s Jeff Bezos supports Biden’s tax rate hike and omnibus ‘infrastructure plan’

Monopolistic tycoon Jeff Bezos, who founded Amazon and is now the world’s richest man with a net worth of $188.5 B, supports U.S. president Joe Biden’s corporate tax hike and ‘infrastructure’ plan.
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Canadia’s debt surpasses $1 trillion: everything to know about Freeland’s first budget

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Canadia’s debt surpasses $1 trillion: everything to know about Freeland’s first budget

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BREAKING: Ontario extends stay-at-home order, imposes strict new health measures and expands police powers

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BREAKING: Ontario extends stay-at-home order, imposes strict new health measures and expands police powers

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Justin Trudeau makes up a “very serious third wave” in the U.K., gets debunked by media

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Justin Trudeau makes up a “very serious third wave” in the U.K., gets debunked by media

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BREAKING: Canadian Liberal Member of Parliament seen naked while on zoom in the House of Commons

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BREAKING: Canadian Liberal Member of Parliament seen naked while on zoom in the House of Commons

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McGill University students create “blacklists” for students who broke the Quebec government Public Health decree

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McGill University students create “blacklists” for students who broke the Quebec government Public Health decree

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