Ontario and Quebec premiers call on feds to increase health transfers to provinces

MISSISSAUGA, ONT. — The premiers of Ontario and Quebec are calling on Ottawa to increase health transfers to the provinces, saying sustainable, long-term funding is required on top of the federal COVID-19 relief to address health-care issues that predate the pandemic.

Ontario Premier Doug Ford and Quebec Premier Francois Legault announced the request today after meeting in Mississauga, Ont., to discuss economic recovery and health preparedness.

The two leaders say they have not set a dollar amount for the support they’re seeking from the federal government, but believe a significant increase in the Canada Health Transfer is needed.



Trials of UK COVID vaccine derived from aborted baby cell line paused after participant falls ill

UNITED KINGDOM, September 9, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) — Trials for one of the leading potential coronavirus vaccines, which uses cell lines from an aborted baby, have been temporarily stopped after a trial participant was taken ill.


Astrazeneca, a British pharmaceutical company that has been developing a coronavirus vaccine in collaboration with the University of Oxford, issued a statement yesterday announcing the “voluntary pause of vaccination across all trials.”

While several outlets are describing the incident as a “serious suspected adverse reaction,” Astrazenca’s statement simply refers to it as “a single event of an unexplained illness that occurred in the UK Phase III trial.” Large scale trials of the potential vaccine have also been happening in other parts of the world including South Africa and Brazil.

The New York Times has reported that an anonymous source “familiar with the situation” has told them that “the individual “had received a diagnosis of transverse myelitis, an inflammatory syndrome that affects the spinal cord and is often sparked by viral infections.”

The pharmaceutical company insists that the decision to pause the trials is a “routine action” and that “[I]n large clinical trials, illnesses will happen by chance and must be independently reviewed.”


AstraZeneca are using the HEK-293 cell line made from fetal cells harvested from an aborted baby decades ago in the production of their coronavirus vaccine. The HEK-293 cell line was originally derived from kidney tissue taken from a healthy baby girl who was electively aborted in the Netherlands in 1972.

Last month Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced that his government made an agreement with the British pharmaceutical company to supply Australians with their coronavirus vaccine for free, providing that the vaccine passes clinical trials.  Shortly after announcing the agreement Morrison first said that a coronavirus vaccine will be made “as mandatory as you can possibly make it” before quickly walking back the comments somewhat and saying that the vaccine “is not going to be compulsory” and that “we can’t hold someone down and make them take it.”

In May the US Federal government announced that it was giving $1.2 billion towards the development of Astrazeneca’s coronavirus vaccine as part of President Trump’s ‘Operation Warp Speed’ program.



Quebec City Says It Will Isolate ‘Uncooperative’ Citizens In Secret Corona Concentration Camp

Authorities in Quebec City, Canada have announced they will isolate “uncooperative” citizens in a coronavirus facility, the location of which remains a secret.

During a press conference, Dr. Jacques Girard, who heads the Quebec City public health authority, drew attention to a case where patrons at a bar were ordered to wait until their COVID-19 tests came back, but disregarded the command and left the premises before the results came back positive.

This led to them being deemed “uncooperative” and forcibly interned in a quarantine facility.


Quebec City Says it Will Isolate ‘Uncooperative’ Citizens in Secret Corona Facility

CDC Announces That Students May Be Kept From Parents Overnight as Ohio Sets Up COVID-19 FEMA Concentration Camps

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is warning parents that their children may be kept from their parents overnight due to COVID-19 concerns, as states set up COVID-19 shelters where infected individuals could be forcibly quarantined.

“Tell school administrators about any extra supplies your child may need to safely make it through a night away from home,” the CDC wrote to parents in their advisory. “Bring extra medicines, special foods, or supplies your child would need if separated overnight.

“Complete a backpack card and tuck one in your child’s backpack and your wallet,” they added.


At the same time, Ohio is taking measures to create isolation camps with assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) that can house COVID-19 patients in certain instances.

Ohio Department of Health (ODH) Interim Director Lance Himes issued a state-wide order on Aug. 31 enacting these camps to house people who “are unable to safely self-quarantine in their place of residence and to isolate those diagnosed with or showing symptoms of COVID-19.”


CDC Announces That Students May Be Kept From Parents Overnight as Ohio Sets Up COVID-19 FEMA Camps



Russian Women Bemoan a Lack of White Men & Black Men Step In

Russian Women Bemoan a Lack of White Men & Black Men Step In

Interracial Marriage

Walk the streets of Moscow, visit coffee shops and restaurants, pop into private apartments – there they are, lonely Russian women sitting around together with other lonely women. Recently, the country’s State ­Statistic Committee published another sad report: there are 10.5 million more women living in Russia today than men. If the average age for Russian men is 36, for women it is 41, explains member of parliament Tatyana Moskalkova.

“At birth there is an equal number of girls and boys; by age 30, men begin to disappear, victims of industrial trauma, war, car accidents. Fewer than a half of them survive until 65, the pension age, so millions of babushkas live alone for the rest of their life,” Moskalkova continues.

Most believe that marriage can never be a lifelong ­guarantee – Russia’s divorce rate has been climbing to around 50%.

Moscow alone boasts more than 3 million single women…

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