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Chris Selley: The blinding incoherence of Ottawa's hotel-quarantine theatre is becoming obvious

Posted on 02 March 2021

Canada’s new mandatory hotel quarantine system landed over the weekend like a wet, mildewy towel. You have to book by phone. No one answers. There are multiple reports of Canadian citizens being put on hold for three hours, then cut off seemingly automatically. “Our trained and specialized travel counsellors are providing around-the-clock service to facilitate hotel bookings,” a s ...

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Carleton Master’s Sociology Student to Receive Royal Ottawa Award for Mental Health Work

Posted on 02 March 2021

Charlotte Smith, a Carleton University master’s student in Sociology, has faced overwhelming challenges throughout her life: childhood sexual abuse, homelessness, incarceration, drug dependency. Undaunted, she has channelled these experiences into her academic, advocacy and activist work, developing research projects to address youth homelessness, creating a bursary to help homeless youth a ...

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Shopify Launches Offering of Class A Subordinate Voting Shares

Posted on 02 March 2021

OTTAWA, Ontario--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Shopify Inc. (NYSE:SHOP)(TSX:SHOP) (“Shopify”) today announced that it has filed a preliminary prospectus supplement (the “Preliminary Supplement”) to its short form base shelf prospectus dated August 6, 2020 (the “Base Shelf Prospectus”). The Preliminary Supplement was filed in connection with a public offering of Shopify’s Class A subordi ...

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Avivagen Selects Meyenberg International Group to Spearhead Expansion Efforts in Central and South America

Posted on 02 March 2021

OTTAWA, Ontario — Avivagen Inc. (TSXV:VIV, OTCQB:VIVXF) (“Avivagen”), a life sciences corporation focused on developing and commercializing products for livestock, companion animal and human applications that enhance feed intake and safely support immune function, thereby supporting general health and performance, is pleased to announce that it has chosen Meyenberg International Gr ...

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ShoutIt.ca: A new free speech social media platform changing the face of censorship

Posted on 26 February 2021

In the wake of the violent insurrection at the U.S. Capitol building in the days leading up to the just concluded Presidential election, social media giants have been on a strict censorship campaign. Quite a number of high-profile personalities, notably former President Donald Trump, have had their social media accounts permanently suspended for airing views that were deemed “inapprop ...

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John Summers: Abused mother died without seeing her son thanks to Ottawa lawyer relying on slander

Posted on 13 February 2021

Ottawa lawyer John Summers appeared to have a straightforward task.  This comprised of relying on slander to block the desire of a woman, who had been disabled as result of abuse to see her son. One example of John Summers' deception was representation that Dezrin's Carby-Samuels' son had been blacklisted by Ottawa Ambulance Services. Mr Summers also included in slanderous r ...

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New platform gives online users a voice despite social media censorship

Posted on 10 February 2021

Social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter have made the headlines in recent weeks after the drama surrounding the U.S. election and the invasion of the Capitol building in Washington. Talks of social media censorship have intensified with Twitter placing bans on users who express opinions that go against their ‘terms of use’. Former U.S. President, Donald Trump, was permanently ...

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John Summers: Petition grows to expel Ottawa lawyer for link to woman's premature death

Posted on 09 February 2021

Further proof in the form of the above burial headstone has now been documented regarding Ottawa lawyer John Summers' link to the apparent premature death of Dezrin Carby-Samuels presented in the book entitled John Summers: The Untold Story of Corruption, Systemic Racism and Evil at Bell Baker LLP. This includes subverting the efforts of multiple judges including Justice Patrick S ...

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Jamil Jivani: Blackness test for Ottawa grants a throwback to colonialism

Posted on 27 January 2021

For a government so politically correct it borders on comedy, the Trudeau Liberals find themselves in yet another controversy concerning race. This time, the Support for Black Canadian Communities Initiative is at the centre of the drama. Federal officials sent an email last week rejecting hundreds of organizations that applied for funding. Their email informed some Black ...

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Ottawa boosts growth of Enterra food-waste facility

Posted on 27 January 2021

A $6-million investment from the federal government has helped B.C.-based company Enterra —manufacturers of sustainable insect-based feed ingredients for the fish, poultry and pet food industries — build and start to scale up operations at its Balzac, Alta. warehouse.  Marie-Claude Bibeau, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Foods, made the funding announcement Monday morning ...