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An Air Canada airplane is seen taking off from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) on April 24, 2021. Canada will now require citizens to show their vaccination papers before being able to travel between Provinces via train or air.
Canadians Now Must Show Vaccination Papers to Fly Between Provinces
Canada’s federal government has announced it will require proof of vaccination for all Canadians who...
Andrea Horwath on Sept. 20, 2016. Horwath, leader of Ontario’s far-left opposition New Democrat Party, opposed mandatory vaccination based on Canada’s constitution, the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, but retracted her comments to toe the establishment narrative a day later, after facing criticism from the federal branch of her Party.
Canadian Politician ‘Regrets’ Defending Charter Rights Over Mandatory Vaccines
The leader for Ontario’s opposition party decided to tread carefully behind the establishment party line...
Fans stand in line waiting for entry to Saputo Stadium prior to the MLS game between CF Montreal and FC Cincinnati on July 17, 2021 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Premier Francois Legault announced vaccine passports would now be required for the Province’s minority population to continue to participate in society, with an announcement of the specifics coming from Health Minister Christian Dube in the next several days.
Vaccine Passports Come to Canada
Vaccine passports are coming to Quebec according to a new announcement by the French-speaking Province...
A woman holds a placard reading "We are not laboratory subjects! Freedom to refuse experimental injection"during a demonstration against the Macron administration’s use of mandatory vaccine passports, which come with jail time for businesses and individuals who circumvent them, to erode the nation’s vaccine hesitancy in Nantes, western France, on July 17, 2021.
France to Imprison Vaccine Passport-Defying Business Owners for up to 1 Year
Draft text of a new French law announced by President Emmanuel Macron on July 12 requiring citizens to...
A sign for Starbucks is seen on a street in New York City, on May 11, 2018. Northern Territory of Australia man, Hayden Williams, was arrested by police for drinking coffee in public on the way back to his car amid a lockdown.
Australian Man Fined $5,000 for Drinking Coffee in Public Without a Mask
An Australian man in the Northern Territory state was shadowed and harassed by police for drinking coffee...
Canadian Man Arrested for Sneezing During Air Canada Flight
A Canadian man says he was arrested and criminally charged by Toronto Police after returning from vacation...
The logo of Russia's state-owned bank Sberbank (reading "Sber") is seen on one of its offices in central Moscow on April 12, 2021. Cyber Polygon 2021 will simulate a “Digital Pandemic” supply chain attack in a collaboration between the World Economic Forum, Interpol, ICANN, Visa, and others
‘Digital Pandemic’ Preparation: Supply Chain Attack Simulation To Be Conducted Between World Economic
An upcoming cyberattack defense simulation being hosted by the globalist and Chinese Communist Party-aligned...
A rapid vaccination centre was set up outside Bolton Town Hall on June 9, 2021 in Bolton, England. Sir Iain Duncan Smith said “an organised push by a group of scientists” were working hard with the media to undermine the June 21 “Freedom Day” reopening.
Media and Health Industry Winning the Battle to Undermine England’s ‘Freedom Day’ Lockdown Removal
England’s establishment media appears to be celebrating the prospect of continuing lockdowns and restrictions...
The Canadian-US border is pictured on November 13, 2009 in Stanstead, Canada. The Trudeau Liberals have opened a formal bidding process to create an Office of Biometrics and Identity Management for Canadian border control under the guise of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Canada Opens Bids for Biometric-Based Border Control Under Pandemic Guise
The Trudeau government opened bidding for a contractor specializing in biometrics to work with the Canada...
Tokyo 2020 President Seiko Hashimoto speaks during the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games executive board meeting in Tokyo on June 8, 2021. Media will be tracked by GPS, kettled in hotels, and deported for non-compliance in a bid to appease pandemic measure hysterics during the Tokyo Olympics, set to begin in late July.
Japan Will Track Media With GPS, Deport for Non-Compliance at Tokyo Olympics Amid COVID Hysteria
Foreign reporters attending the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, which are postponed until July and August of this...
Beijing-based ByteDance will now collect biometric data from U.S. users, according to an update to its Privacy Policy on June 2, 2021.
Chinese-Owned TikTok Will Now Collect Biometric Data on US Users
Video-based social influencing platform TikTok, owned by Beijing-headquartered ByteDance, will now collect...
Customers order drinks at a deserted cafe terrace on March 9, 2020 on Piazza Vittorio in Turin, Italy. A Canadian researcher has found lockdowns have done 282 times more harm than lives they have purportedly saved.
Researcher Says Lockdowns ‘One of the Greatest Peacetime Policy Failures in Canada’s History’
Research by an economics professor at Canada’s Simon Fraser University examining the effect of lockdown...