Category Archives: Policy

COVID-19: We have a Treatment: Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ). We do Not Need a Vaccine!

By Dr. Pascal Sacré Global Research We have a treatment in COVID-19 and it doesn’t have the support of Big Pharma and their experts! Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) is effective in treating COVID-19. It is effective in halting the progression of the disease, … Continue reading

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Questions about the Pandemic

Never has a pandemic or epidemic come back in waves in the middle of summer, in all Western countries at exactly the same time, simultaneously. And here we are, “the wave” is back in the US, in Canada, in Europe, … Continue reading

Posted in COVID-19 Pandemic, Health, Policy, Politics

Message to the Hamilton Conservation Authority

Last Sunday, I went for a walk in the Dundas Valley Conservation Area. Even though it was Sunday evening and the weather was perfect, I have not seen many people. I was passing another walker on average every 20 – … Continue reading

Posted in COVID-19 Pandemic, Health, Policy, Politics

The New World Order Quote by David Rockefeller

The above quote was attributed to David Rockefeller many times, at different occasions. It perfectly explains today’s policies re: the Covid-19 pandemic. Related: The Global Reset – Unplugged. “The Deep State” Coronavirus: Why Everyone Was Wrong. It is Not a … Continue reading

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CPAWS’ Report finds Canada lagging behind other countries on wilderness protection

Dear CPAWS Supporters, On Monday, we released our 7th annual Parks Report assessing Canada’s progress towards its international commitment to protect at least 17% of our land and fresh water by 2020, and to improve the quality of our protected … Continue reading

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Thinkers, writers, conservationists meet to discuss formalized land ethic for Canada at Speak to the Wild

By Faisal Moola, Director General, Ontario and Northern Canada In early September, some of Canada’s leading writers, conservationists and scientists, including some from the David Suzuki Foundation, met near Wells Gray Provincial Park two hours north of Kamloops, B.C., to … Continue reading

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