Trudeau lauds Payette’s career, says he’ll wait for reviewer’s work in harassment probe

OTTAWA — A week after saying Julie Payette was doing an “excellent job” and would not be immediately replaced as governor general, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau now says he’ll wait for the results of an investigation into the allegations of workplace harassment against Payette.

“The governor general has a long and successful role as a scientist, as an astronaut. We have engaged a third party reviewer to follow up on these serious allegations and we will wait for the reviewer to do their work,” Trudeau said, speaking in Toronto on Wednesday.

The ongoing investigation was launched in response to allegations that employees in Payette’s office were subjected to harassment.

https://www.ctvnews.ca/politics/trudeau-lauds-payette-s-career-says-he-ll-wait-for-reviewer-s-work-in-harassment-probe-1.5098078

CHILD QUARANTINE CAMPS: CDC opens up FEMA camps to hold children who might have been exposed to COVID-19

The state of Ohio, under the leadership of Republican Gov. Mike DeWine, is opening up quarantine camps all across the state to detain children who are suspected of being infected with the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19).

According to a U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) advisory, kids who are believed to potentially have the dreaded China Virus could be forcibly detained at these camps, which will be run by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).

In the event that a child is deemed to not have an adequate “quarantine” space at home, FEMA and the CDC will now have the power to abduct the child overnight, and possibly much longer until it is determined that he or she can “safely” return home.

“Tell school administrators about any extra supplies your child may need to safely make it through a night away from home,” the CDC wrote in its official advisory to parents.

“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.”

Ohio Department of Health (ODH) Interim Director Lance Himes created these camps through a statewide order issued on Aug. 31. The order specifically pertains to children “who are unable to safely self-quarantine in their place of residence” for the supposed purpose of “isolat[ing] those diagnosed with or showing symptoms of COVID-19.”

The three types of people who will be sent to Ohio’s FEMA camps include:

• Those who test positive for COVID-19 who do not require hospitalization but need isolation (including those exiting from hospitals)
• Those who have been exposed to COVID-19 who do not require hospitalization
• Asymptomatic high-risk individuals needing social distancing as a precautionary measure

https://www.clearnewswire.com/455971.html

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.

https://humansarefree.com/2020/09/quebec-city-says-it-will-isolate-uncooperative-citizens-in-secret-corona-facility.html

Court of appeal shuts down Liberal bill for unlawful interference in justice system

Attorney General David Lametti was cited by the Federal Court of Appeal for meddling in legal proceedings for his own government’s advantage. 

According to Blacklock’s Reporter, the pandemic relief Bill C-17 was struck down by Justice Marc Noël for being “intolerable” and unlawful in its interference in Canada’s justice system. 

The court claimed that the law would “invade a core judicial function” and “harm” those seeking justice. 

Bill C-17 was introduced by the Liberals on June 10 as an omnibus bill and it included a law called Time Limits And Other Periods Act.

The bill would effectively suspend deadlines for civil cases at a number of federal courts for a period of six months. This would overwhelming favour the federal government, the court found.

“The Attorney General’s position calls into question orders, directions, judgments and other actions made by this Court in specific files involving the Department of Justice,” said Noël.

“For example, orders requiring that a proceeding to be prosecuted urgently on shortened time limits to further the public interest and to avert some harm or prejudice would be invalidated with retroactive effect.”

Hypocrite Ford, under fire for attending wedding, wants police to crack down on prohibited parties

Premier Doug Ford is calling on police to crack down on large gatherings, as he himself is facing some criticism for attending an MPP’s wedding.

On Tuesday, Ford encouraged people who see their neighbours having a prohibited party to call police. And Ford said he wants police to lay charges.

“We have to bring the hammer down,” the premier said, recalling an incident over the weekend in which some 170 people, including visitors from outside of Canada, partied at a Muskoka cottage.

Ford said now is not the time to host big gatherings.

“I can’t emphasize it enough that we can’t have these big parties, we can’t have the big weddings. I understand a lot of cultures have massive weddings, they’re bringing families from all over the world. You just can’t do it. Simple postpone your wedding, get married in a small group,” the premier said. “It’s frustrating because it affects the rest of the province.”

But some view Ford’s comments as hypocritical, after he recently attended MPP Stan Cho’s wedding.

Confession from the World Health organization: “”Virus isolation is not recommended as a routine diagnostic procedure.”

it is in their document

W.H.O.’s Laboratory testing for coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in suspected human cases. Interim guidance 2 March 2020 on top right of page 4

https://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/handle/10665/331329/WHO-COVID-19-laboratory-2020.4-eng.pdf?sequence=1&isAllowed=y