The anti-vaxxer vendetta against Bar Vendetta

Calling on the cops to call it off

Toronto restaurateur Jen Agg was fed up with being the target of anti-vaccine protests, which started after she tweeted support for vaccine passports in Ontario. Reaction from the mayor condemned the commotion around the patio of Bar Vendetta, where cops stood by watching, but John Tory also noted politicians can’t direct police.


A manipulated moment remains

A video marked as “manipulated media” by Twitter remains intact on Chrystia Freeland’s account, despite detailed deconstruction of what was edited from health care comments by Erin O’Toole. The Conservative party wants Elections Canada to investigate the Liberals, and force deletion of the posting Justin Trudeau defended as legitimate.


Maxime Bernier had a Zoom speech cancelled in New Brunswick. The Saint John Region Chamber of Commerce says the views of the People’s Party leader had nothing to do with the decision, but they took Twitter heat for booking him. Bernier also won’t be on the federal debate stage, although Mainstreet Research has him popularly outpolling Liberals in Alberta.


No mansion is a secret now

The latest round of feuding between Kanye West and Drake involved the former posting the latter’s Toronto home address on Instagram, which would’ve been thrilling were it not widely known. Bridle Path life holds no appeal to the Weeknd, who dropped $70 million for a Bel Air estate after selling his Hidden Hills house to Madonna:


Tory Lanez had to pay $60,000 extra bail after making a guest appearance with DaBaby. A judge increased it to $250,000 because the Canadian rapper’s presence at the Rolling Loud Miami festival violated a restraining order. Megan Thee Stallion, who Lanez pleaded not guilty to shooting last summer, performed just prior to his cameo.


Finally, the dog days of Caribou