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The unvaccinated right to stay home
It’s now something to believe in
Conservatives entering the House of Commons will have to comply with new COVID-19 vaccination rules, but Erin O’Toole is ready to fight the mandate on principle. Ontario risks losing up to 50,000 education workers if vaccines are provincially enforced.
The family values of Rogers
Martha Rogers moved on to calling out John Tory after Toronto’s mayor claimed the Rogers Communications dispute only occupied his “spare time.” She says his mid-week mediation lasted “9-10 hours.” Martha also keeps alluding to her brother’s love of Donald Trump, who Edward has met.
“To me, I took that as them saying to the world that I was a liar, that I was lying.” Kyle Beach revealed himself as “John Doe” in the lawsuit accusing a former Chicago Blackhawks video coach of sexual abuse. A statement from the team commended the North Vancouver–born Beach, although the Blackhawks were originally not supportive.
Doctor denies being Pretendian
“I am shocked and dismayed at the recent attack on my identity,” wrote Carrie Bourassa in response to a CBC News story with allegations contradicting the heritage claims of the Indigenous health expert. Bourassa says the report used “misinformation” provided by colleagues and her sister:
Rumble acquiring Locals makes Toronto the headquarters for more social media opposition co-funded by Peter Thiel. A crowdfunding website created to address Jordan Peterson’s problem with Patreon is now part of a YouTube rival that promises freer speaking. Rumble also recently received an endorsement from Joe Rogan.
Finally, our superhero enemy
James Gunn proved himself easily triggered by Jesse Hawken tweeting about how Marvel scripts are approved by the Pentagon: the director struck back at this trolling from Toronto with a denial. Eternals is the latest MCU production whose every detail is dissected online. The world of clickbait feeding off this stuff remains indefatigable: