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Pierre Poilievre agrees: Let’s make female safe spaces safe again! ‘Female spaces should be exclusively for females, not for biological males,’ Poilievre emphasized.

By Valerie / February 21, 2024 /

At a Wednesday press conference in Kitchener, Ont., Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre said that he agrees with the idea of banning so-called “transgender women” from participating in female sports, women’s shelters, and female penitentiaries.

As well, he agreed that only real women and girls should access female change rooms and bathrooms, although he stated that the federal government is limited in terms of what it can do in terms of introducing legislation.

Poilievre was responding to the following ques

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Florida Takes a Step Toward Opening Public Schools to Chaplains ‘We are empowering the school districts to make decisions in the best interest of the children in their community,” says a state senator.

By Valerie / February 21, 2024 /

Spiritual guidance could soon become an option for more of Florida’s students as state legislation to approve chaplains in public schools moves one step closer to a vote.

And with the favorable passing on Feb. 20 of Senate Bill 1044 in the Appropriations Committee on Education, the Sunshine State takes a step toward opening its public schools to chaplains, following other conservative states such as Texas.

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Parents Whose Children Have Transitioned Praise Alberta’s New Policy, Say It Will Prevent Heartache

By Valerie / February 21, 2024 /

A common story emerges from the testimony of some Canadian parents who spoke with The Epoch Times about how their children transitioned genders: A child who never exhibited signs of gender dysphoria suddenly decides to change genders, often after others in their group of friends make the same choice.

These children are in many cases highly intelligent but prone to various mental health issues. They’re “affirmed” in their decision by teachers and doctors and come home with demands for medical intervention.

The mothers The Epoch Times interviewed say the new policies introduced by Alberta will save other parents and children the heartache their families have been through.

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Wins of the Week EP8 With Ted Kuntz

By Roli / February 16, 2024 /

Welcome to the latest edition of positive updates that will inspire and uplift you, showcasing the recent progress made in our pursuit of truth and freedom by noble people in Canada and around the world.

Dr Trozzi and Ted Kuntz (president of Vaccine Choice Canada) share success stories of the past week.

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Wins of the Week EP7 With Ted Kuntz

By Roli / February 13, 2024 /

Dr Trozzi and Ted Kuntz (president of Vaccine Choice Canada) share success stories of the past week.

Welcome to the latest edition of positive updates that will inspire and uplift you, showcasing the recent progress made in our pursuit of truth and freedom by noble people in Canada and around the world.

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WHO Exhibiting Signs of ‘Desperation’ as New Zealand, Iran Reject Amendments to International Health Regulations

By Roli / February 13, 2024 /

New Zealand and up to three other countries have rejected controversial amendments, proposed in 2022 by the Biden administration to the World Health Organization’s (WHO) 2005 International Health Regulations (IHR).

Critics warned the proposed amendments, approved last year by the 75th World Health Assembly (WHA), give the WHO too much power and increase the likelihood that future proposals — including the currently pending 2023 IHR amendments and the “WHO Pandemic Agreement,” or pandemic treaty — will also pass.

WHO member states had a Dec. 1, 2023, deadline to reject the 2022 amendments. New Zealand attorney Kirstin Murfitt told The Defender “New Zealand rejected the amendment which related to the reduced timeframe of future amendments.”

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Health News: Keep Your Appendix, Remedy for Hot Flashes & a High School Student Wins

By Roli / February 13, 2024 /

2:25 Why you want to keep your appendix whenever possible – More often possible than we’ve been told
5:45 Diet to reduce/eliminate Hot Flashes in just 12 weeks
7:20 High School Student Wins – Censored for sharing info about milk at school

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The National Citizens Inquiry Announces New Structure, New Independent Hearings, NCI-CRDC And New Social Media Platforms

By Roli / February 5, 2024 /

Ottawa: Following the successful release of the Commissioners Report on November 28, 2023, the National Citizens Inquiry (NCI) announces that it is moving forward with multiple new initiatives for 2024.

A New Not-For-Profit Corporation

In recognition of the desire to continue and expand the mandate of the NCI, we announce the incorporation of a new not-for-profit corporation under the name National Citizens Inquiry.

The not-for-profit corporation known as Citizens Inquiry Canada created by the NCI for the purpose of receiving and disbursing funds for the original inquiry has been discharged of its duties. The NCI thanks the directors and members of Citizens Inquiry Canada for their service.

Announcement of the 2024 Hearings for the National Citizens Inquiry

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A New York County Pays $750,000 to Families Whose Unvaccinated Kids Were Barred From School During Measles Outbreak

By Roli / February 5, 2024 /

Families who sued a New York county and two public officials over a 2019 emergency order banning their unvaccinated children from public spaces during a measles outbreak late last week have reached a settlement, just days before going to trial.

Rockland County’s 2019 emergency order prohibited children without measles vaccinations, including those with religious exemptions, from attending school or visiting public places for months, following a measles outbreak in the region.

Michael Sussman, the attorney representing the families, told The Defender Rockland County will provide $750,000 to the plaintiffs, “to be distributed by us as we choose to do so.”

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Australian Man Injured by Pfizer Vaccine Wins ‘Landmark’ Claim Against Employer

By Roli / February 1, 2024 /

An Australian man who was injured after being forced to take the COVID-19 vaccine to keep his job will receive worker’s compensation benefits and medical expense reimbursement, a South Australian Employment Tribunal ruled on Jan. 15.

Daniel Shepherd, a 44-year-old father, was employed as a youth worker at Baptist Care South Australia in 2021 when he took two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine, to comply with his employer’s mandate, according to Daily Mail.

Both jabs made him feel unwell but did not cause severe or debilitating symptoms.

Later the same year, Shepherd took a new job with the Department for Child Protection. In January 2022, his new employer required him to get a COVID-19 booster shot to keep his job.

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