Malcolm

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  1. Spending like a drunken sailor. Trudeau Ready to Open Spending Taps for Coronavirus and Beyond Kait Bolongaro and Theophilos Argitis 13 hrs ago Justin Trudeau, already among the most enthusiastic champions of government spending, will deliver another dose of stimulus to shore up an economic recovery that’s starting to creak amid a second wave of Covid-19 in Canada. Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland is expected to announce billions of additional funding in a fiscal update Monday, with dozens of new measures that could include topping up existing benefits
  2. Thirteen new B.C. flight exposures added on Saturday 30 November 2020Canadian Aviation News From The Vancouver Sun – link to source story The B.C. Centre for Disease Control added thirteen new flights in or out of Vancouver to its COVID-19 exposures list. Harrison Mooney • Nov 29, 2020 The B.C. Centre for Disease Control added thirteen new flights in or out of Vancouver to its COVID-19 exposures list. PHOTO BY RICHARD LAM /PNG The B.C. Centre for Disease Control added 13 new flights in or out of Vancouver to its COVID-19 exposure list.
  3. Northeast residents feel unfairly targeted after Premier calls out community over COVID-19 spread - 660 NEWS (660citynews.com)
  4. Canada extends international travel restrictions once more CBC/Radio-Canada 12 hrs ago The federal government has once again extended international travel restrictions that bar entry to most travellers who are not Canadian citizens, permanent residents or people entering from the U.S. for 'essential' reasons The federal government has once again extended international travel restrictions that bar entry to most travellers who are not Canadian citizens, permanent residents or people entering from the U.S. for 'essential' reasons. The federal government has extended existing i
  5. At 76, good diet rules and not supplements. Still play with our dogs and still do household chores including on and off a ladder (painting the outside of the house), relaying patio blocks (70lbs each) etc. Mind you I have always been active. Unlike Biden, my back up is my wife who is 81.
  6. Calcium supplements? Biden will likely require walking boot for several weeks after fracturing foot Biden slipped and twisted his ankle while playing with his dog Major on Saturday.
  7. "Dead subject, does anyone care? Electoral collage rules. So until then noting posted here has any relevance.
  8. I really don't care what the New York Times creds are or are not, does any one else care?
  9. It seems you care but does anyone on this forum who lives outside of the US care or indeed think that what is posted here will make any difference? JUST asking.
  10. Only pertinent if you quantify whose rights and freedoms. General population or specific wage / age groups? Looks like my age group is the most vulnerable one and I have no problem with that in that I have always looked after / protected myself and those I love. Of course is your use of your rights and freedoms hurt me or mine, don't be surprised if I kick you in your teeth!! How about you? Don't be shy......
  11. Thirty incidents of COVID-19 on Calgary flights in one week BY JO HORWOOD Posted Nov 29, 2020 5:37 pm MST Last Updated Nov 29, 2020 at 5:38 pm MST A look outside the Calgary International Airport. (PHOTO: Crystal Laderas, CityNews) CALGARY (CityNews) – Within just one week of reporting from the Government of Canada, Calgary’s airport has seen thirty flights carrying confirmed cases of COVID-19. Edmonton reported only three in the same time frame.
  12. +Nice stats but you did not answer the question> Don;t be shy......
  13. the blow to the economy because of shut down measures or no measures and the death of many over 70? How would you vote? Let the hounds loose or protect the elderly? Coronavirus: Canada’s COVID-19 death toll has now surpassed 12K By David Lao Global News Posted November 29, 2020 5:20 pm Deaths from the novel coronavirus in Canada surpassed another grim milestone Sunday, as the country’s death toll from the virus topped 12,000. News of 56 more virus deaths comes amid another 5,468 new cases, which pushes Canada’