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canada

Quebec Public Health Director tells vulnerable people to take precautions as sixth wave beginning, casting doubt on end of mask mandate

Quebec’s public health director called a press conference to discuss the recent rise in cases.
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Elon Musk warns Germany against shutting down its nuclear power plants as planned: “shutting down nuclear power plants now is crazy”

In an interview with Welt, a German newspaper, the billionaire called Germany’s plan to shut down all of its remaining nuclear powerplants “crazy”.
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australia

Organ transplants are being denied based on vaccination status in Australian state

The state health department in Queensland, Australia is denying transplants of hearts, kidneys, or lungs based on vaccination status.
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electric vehicle

WATCH: Tesla car erupts in flames, burns down house

A Tesla car randomly caught on fire and burned down a Pennsylvania house on November 23rd.
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agriculture

Higher gas prices driving global shortage of fertilizers and a “looming food crisis”, fertilizer producer says

Global shortage of fertilizers driving up food prices due to higher gas prices, fertilizer producer says
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covid19

Non-vaccinated Quebec nurses will have their licenses suspended on Oct. 15, Quebec Order of Nurses says

On Monday, October 11, 2021, the Quebec Order of Nurses (OIIQ) announced that it will be suspending the practice permits of its member if they are unvaccinated on Friday, October 15.
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New York

NY Senate bill seeks to give public health power to remove and/or detain individuals who may have a “communicable disease”

Active Bill A416 in committee in the New York State Senate seeks to “amend the public health law, in relation to the removal of cases, contacts and carriers of communicable diseases who are potentially dangerous to the public health“.
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energy

UK scrambles for natural gas supply as the country experiences shortage from “energy transition”

Political decisions regarding energy and the “green transition” have left the UK scrambling for natural gas amidst a shortage. 
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Big Tech

YouTube moves to ban all content that discusses adverse effects from vaccines and anti-vaccine content on the platform

In a blog post from YouTube, the company states that “content that falsely alleges that approved vaccines are dangerous and cause chronic health effects, claims that vaccines do not reduce transmission or contraction of disease, or contains misinformation on the substances contained in vaccines will be removed.”
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Opinion | The unjust ‘just transition’ and the media’s energy bias

By Joseph Quesnel. Joseph Quesnel is a policy commentator and Thought Leader for the Modern Miracle Network.
canada

Justin Trudeau says “No government, politician, or man should tell a woman what she can and cannot do with her body” over Roe v. Wade

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Justin Trudeau says “No government, politician, or man should tell a woman what she can and cannot do with her body” over Roe v. Wade

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Canada’s passport issuing agency suspended nearly 250 employees because of vaccine mandate, now faces unprecedented backlogs

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Canada’s passport issuing agency suspended nearly 250 employees because of vaccine mandate, now faces unprecedented backlogs

coal

Germany to restart coal-fired power plants and reduce domestic natural gas consumption 

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Germany to restart coal-fired power plants and reduce domestic natural gas consumption 

canada

Bank of Canada cautions that mortgage payments could increase by up to 45% for some borrowers by 2025

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Bank of Canada cautions that mortgage payments could increase by up to 45% for some borrowers by 2025

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Trudeau-appointed Governor General and entourage spend nearly $100,000 on in-flight catering 

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Trudeau-appointed Governor General and entourage spend nearly $100,000 on in-flight catering 

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