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Much as I detest O’Toole (I will never forgive him for what he did to Derek Sloan), I’ll vote conservative. Not that it matters, my riding has been solidly NDP forever.
But…a minority conservative government would be able to do precious little, which is what we want, because every time the federal government attempts to ‘fix’ anything, they just make it worse.
And it’d get rid of Trudeau.
If it’s Bimectin paste made by Bimeda, it’s been around for a while, at least in Canada. Nothing stuck onto the box saying it affects fertility.
If you’re in Canada, don’t order from India – the ban on Indian flights was extended to, I believe, 21 September.
http://www.greenhawk.qc has the horsepaste, though. Since it’s in Quebec, it won’t get grabbed by customs, either.
Are you of the belief that creating an underclass is actually saving us?
They just do what they want to now. Justification – well, legislation or violence, as far as I can tell.
I’ve had the light too bright and things a bit wavy next morning when I take ivermectin, too. It tends to clear sometime mid-afternoon. Interesting that EBV has been brought up, because I’ve wondered if I’ve been having a relapse of some sort – or more that I never got fully over it even though it’s been decades.
I may be remembering incorrectly, but before they opened things up, I believe Bonnie said that ‘cases’ amongst the vaxxed would only be counted as cases if they’re hospitalised or die. Amongst the unvaxxed, it would require only a positive test result.
So who knows what the real data is?
I read about the international vaccine passports in Canada, and the article noted that they are easily adaptable to provincial vaccine passports, too. So we’ll all get them (maybe not Alberta, but the rest of us…)
I also listened to the BC Covid update press conference today. All people working in long-term care homes will need to be vaccinated, they’re making noises about everybody in health care.
There was a tweet a couple of days ago from a sugeon about how he had to postpone a cancer surgery because the hospital in Kelowna is overflowing with covid cases. That sounded wrong to me, so I checked, and they had 30 covid patients in hospital at the time. Not overflowing. But painfully short-staffed, seems to be becoming a major issue here.
Bonnie Henry said they’re working out risk assessments to see what the unvaccinated will be able to do and not do as far as public access is concerned. And that it’s fine to fire unvaccinated workers. Yes, there will be court challenges, but by the time the cases are heard – the damage will be done.
Also that she’s working with faith leaders to try to make vaccines mandatory for worship services, which won’t fly with most, I don’t believe. I guess we can expect more churches to be burnt down….
Just spun. Even though I knew this – and worse – was going to happen.
Is that an area of the States where deer are getting chronic wasting disease? I wouldn’t like to see a meeting of those two diseases….