A Bad Odor After Ontario Special Investigations Unit Clears Two Unnamed Cops Who Shot a 73-Year Old Man Who Had Objected to Supermarket Mask Policy

A Bad Odor After Ontario Special Investigations Unit Clears Two Unnamed Cops Who Shot a 73-Year Old Man Who Had Objected to Supermarket Mask Policy

Ontario SIU cleared two unnamed cops who blew away a 73-year old man who has protested forced masking in a Minden supermarket. Cops claim he fired two shots at them near his home. They smoked him with 26 rounds. Dissent against mask tyranny can be deadly.

The S.I.U. report follows. It raises a number of questions:

  1. Seventy-three year old Leslie Hegedus objected to being forced to wear a mask at Minden, Ontario supermarket. An altercation ensued with two employees. He hit one with his fists but was forced out of the store by a woman employee. He doesn’t sound too dangerous.

2. Outside the store, his car rammed some shopping carts. He drive away to his home.

3. Police were called and pursued him. Neighbours said he’d been shooting off his guns the night before and many empty cartridges were subsequently found. However , he fired only two shots during the incident. The police claim the shots were fired at them, but neither unnamed officer — this secrecy is so characteristic of a police state — was hit.

4. Police did not try negotiation f teargas. They opened with a barrage of fire — 26 rounds, striking Mr. Hegedus twice in the BACK! He was pronounced dead in hospital.

5. No problem. The S.I.U. found the shooting justified. Dissent can be dangerous.


Mandate of the SIU

The Special Investigations Unit is a civilian law enforcement agency that investigates incidents involving police officers where there has been death, serious injury or allegations of sexual assault. The Unit’s jurisdiction covers more than 50 municipal, regional and provincial police services across Ontario.

Under the Police Services Act, the Director of the SIU must determine based on the evidence gathered in an investigation whether an officer has committed a criminal offence in connection with the incident under investigation. If, after an investigation, there are reasonable grounds to believe that an offence was committed, the Director has the authority to lay a criminal charge against the officer. Alternatively, in all cases where no reasonable grounds exist, the Director does not lay criminal charges but files a report with the Attorney General communicating the results of an investigation.

Information Restrictions

Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (“FIPPA”)

Pursuant to section 14 of FIPPA (i.e., law enforcement), certain information may not be included in this report. This information may include, but is not limited to, the following:

  • Confidential investigative techniques and procedures used by law enforcement agencies; and
  • Information whose release could reasonably be expected to interfere with a law enforcement matter or an investigation undertaken with a view to a law enforcement proceeding. 

Pursuant to section 21 of FIPPA (i.e., personal privacy), protected personal information is not included in this document. This information may include, but is not limited to, the following:

  • Subject Officer name(s);
  • Witness Officer name(s);
  • Civilian Witness name(s);
  • Location information; 
  • Witness statements and evidence gathered in the course of the investigation provided to the SIU in confidence; and 
  • Other identifiers which are likely to reveal personal information about individuals involved in the investigation.

Personal Health Information Protection Act, 2004 (“PHIPA”)

Pursuant to PHIPA, any information related to the personal health of identifiable individuals is not included.

Other proceedings, processes, and investigations

Information may have also been excluded from this report because its release could undermine the integrity of other proceedings involving the same incident, such as criminal proceedings, coroner’s inquests, other public proceedings and/or other law enforcement investigations.

Mandate Engaged

The Unit’s investigative jurisdiction is limited to those incidents where there is a serious injury (including sexual assault allegations) or death in cases involving the police.

“Serious injuries” shall include those that are likely to interfere with the health or comfort of the victim and are more than merely transient or trifling in nature and will include serious injury resulting from sexual assault. “Serious Injury” shall initially be presumed when the victim is admitted to hospital, suffers a fracture to a limb, rib or vertebrae or to the skull, suffers burns to a major portion of the body or loses any portion of the body or suffers loss of vision or hearing, or alleges sexual assault. Where a prolonged delay is likely before the seriousness of the injury can be assessed, the Unit should be notified so that it can monitor the situation and decide on the extent of its involvement.

This report relates to the SIU’s investigation into the death of Mr. Leslie Hegedus, a 73-year-old man, during an interaction with the police.

The Investigation

Notification of the SIU

On July 15, 2020, at 11:00 a.m., the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) reported the following.

On July 15, 2020, Mr. Hegedus attended a grocery store where he fought and assaulted staff members over wearing a mask. When he left the store, he got into his vehicle and started driving. As he was driving, he damaged other vehicles. An OPP officer initiated a pursuit but it was called off by the communications centre.

A query was conducted on the licence plate of the vehicle that Mr. Hegedus was driving, and it linked to a residence located on Indian Point Road, Haliburton Highland.

When police officers approached the residence, two shots were fired at them (no police officers were reported being struck).

The scene was contained, and a Critical Incident Command was set up. Tactical Response Unit (TRU) police officers eventually attended. Emergency Response Team (ERT) Subject Officer (SO) #2 and SO #1 discharged their firearms, striking Mr. Hegedus in the lower right extremity.

Mr. Hegedus was taken to the Haliburton Highland Health Services (HHHS) hospital via ambulance.

At 1:09 p.m., the OPP advised the SIU that Mr. Hegedus had been pronounced dead at 11:47 a.m.

The Team

Number of SIU Investigators assigned:     4

Number of SIU Forensic Investigators assigned:     3

An SIU Forensic Investigator photographed the scene and measured it for forensic mapping purposes. The firearms and shell casings were retrieved. The trees in the search areas were examined and photographed for ballistic trajectory analysis. A metal detector was used to conduct a grid search in the area.

The area was canvassed for witnesses and closed-circuit television cameras.

The SIU Affected Persons Coordinator was engaged.


Leslie Hegedus 73-year-old male, deceased

[Note : A complainant is an individual who was involved in some form of interaction with police, during the course of which she or he sustained serious injury, died or is alleged to have been sexually assaulted.]

Civilian Witnesses (CW)

CW #1 Interviewed

CW #2 Interviewed

CW #3 Interviewed

CW #4 Interviewed

CW #5 Interviewed

The civilian witnesses were interviewed between July 15, 2020 and August 10, 2020.

Witness Officers (WO)

WO #1 Interviewed

WO #2 Interviewed

WO #3 Interviewed

WO #4 Interviewed

WO #5 Notes reviewed, interview deemed not necessary

WO #1, WO #2, WO #3 and WO #4 were interviewed on July 17, 2020.

[Note : A witness officer is a police officer who, in the opinion of the SIU Director, is involved in the incident under investigation but is not a subject officer.

Upon request by the SIU, witness officers have a duty under Ontario Regulation 267/10 of the Police Services Act, to submit to interviews with SIU investigators and answer all their questions. The SIU is also entitled to a copy of their notes from the police service.]

Subject Officers 

SO #1     Interviewed, and notes received and reviewed

SO #2     Interviewed, and notes received and reviewed

The subject officers were interviewed on July 23, 2020.

[Note : A subject officer is a police officer whose conduct appears, in the Director’s opinion, to have caused the death or serious injury under investigation.

Subject officers are invited, but cannot be legally compelled, to present themselves for an interview with the SIU and they do not have to submit their notes to the SIU pursuant to Ontario Regulation 267/10 of the Police Services Act.]


The Scene

The scene was located in and around Mr. Hegedus’ residence on Indian Point Road, Dysart, near Haliburton. It extended north from this address approximately 150 to 200 metres along the road to an area including part of the east side of the roadway and an area inside the bush line approximately 20 metres from the roadway edge.

Prior to formal examination and search of the scene, it was divided into four separate areas to assist in the mapping:

Area A, the most northerly location, consisted of a collection of silver rifle cartridge cases which were on the east side of the roadway and along the bank of the ditch that paralleled the road.

Area B was southeast of area A, and was within the bush line on the east side of the road. It was four metres inside the bush line and 14 metres from the road surface. Located in this area was a rifle, pistol, clothing items and medical debris.

Area C was south of area A. It consisted of a collection of silver rifle cartridges cases which were on the east side of the roadway and along the bank of the ditch that paralleled the road.

Area D was within a small clearing on the south side of the driveway and consisted of two brass-coloured rifle cartridge cases.

The driveway at the Indian Point Road property travelled from the roadway to the residence and other outbuildings on the property. There was a gate at the driveway entrance that was locked. There was a police vehicle, a Dodge Charger, parked near the entrance orientated west.

The residence was not visible from the roadway. There were other outbuildings along the driveway that were also not visible from the roadway. The front door of the residence showed no signs of being breached but the door to the garage was open and the doorway leading from the garage to the interior of the residence appeared to be breached.

The outbuildings had their entrances breached showing damage.

There was a small clearing in the bush area along the driveway approximately 20 metres from the roadway and to the south. In this clearing two cartridge cases were in the weeds.

From the driveway entrance and travelling north along Indian Point Road approximately .1 kilometres there was an area along the east roadway edge and into the ditch where there were several cartridge cases.

There was another area east off the roadway towards the bush line that was approximately 15 metres from the roadway up a sharp incline consisting of rock and soil.

Exhibit 1 – “Ruger” Mini 14 .223 caliber semi-automatic rifle was found lying with the breech closed and the magazine removed. Cartridges were noted inside the magazine. The safety was disengaged.

Exhibit 2 – “Browning” .380 auto semi-automatic pistol was found approximately three metres from the rifle with the breech closed and two magazines close by. Cartridges were noted in both magazines.

Exhibit 3 – a knapsack was found in the northeast corner of the clearing. A preliminary examination of the contents revealed several boxes of ammunition consisting of .223 caliber and .380 auto caliber.

Exhibit 4 – a camouflaged coat was lying next to the knapsack. It showed signs of the Emergency Medical Services intervention, meaning that it had been cut open. Several rounds of loose ammunition were inside various pockets. In clear view amongst the weeds a single cartridge case was also found.

Figure one
Figure 1 – Ruger Mini 14 .223 caliber

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Figure 2 – Browning .380 auto semi-automatic pistol

Figure three
Figure 3 – SO #2’s C8 rifle

Figure four
Figure 4 – SO #1’s C8 rifle

Scene Diagrams

Scene diagram 1

Scene diagram 2

Forensic Evidence 

Centre of Forensic Sciences (CFS) Submissions and Results

The 32 spent cartridge cases recovered at the scene by the SIU, and the involved firearms, were submitted to the CFS for examination. By way of report dated December 7, 2020, the CFS concluded that:

• Six cases were fired from Mr. Hegedus’ Ruger .223 semi-automatic rifle;
• Seventeen cases were fired from SO #2’s C8 rifle; and
• Nine cases were fired from SO #1’s C8 rifle.

Video/Audio/Photographic Evidence 

Summary of the OPP Drone Footage

The drone flew up and over the property on Indian Point Road by the driveway, from the road onto the property and out towards the road.

The drone flew down the basement steps into the basement. There were numerous boxes stacked on top of each other throughout the basement on the ground and on shelves. The drone came back to the steps and flew up to the main floor.

Police Communications Recordings

Summary of Communication Recordings

A 911 call was received from a woman reporting an incident at the Valu-mart. A man had beaten up a staff member and was driving his black car; the licence plate was provided. No ambulance was required and no weapon was used – just fists. The man’s car was smashed up from hitting the building and some grocery carts. He had hit two people in the store. The man was upset with an employee who had asked him to put on a mask.

At 8:19 a.m., a man reported a driver had tried to run down people in the parking lot driving a black European car and left going north on Highway 35. The driver looked of sound mind and was mad about a mask. The vehicle was registered to Mr. Hegedus at an address on Indian Point Road.

At 9:13 a.m., a sergeant of the OPP Communications Centre made several phone calls for people to respond to the incident. The sergeant advised there was a pursuit, which he called off. The residence was bushy, with a windy road leading to it. There was a complaint of guns in 2011.

A dispatcher advised units proceeding to that address that there were some weapons complaints from 2011 involving the registered owner of the vehicle. Neighbours had reported that he was shooting off guns all night. Officers were advised to use caution.

A unit advised he was in front of the residence on Indian Point Road; he could not see up the laneway. Officers had done a quick check of the property, and there were fresh tire marks into the garage. The officers were now performing containment.

It was reported that shots had been fired (two shots could be heard on the recording). An officer was heard yelling to stay back. An officer advised he fired in the woods, and that he did not have a visual.

Communications reported that everyone was to back up away from the property.

It was reported that ERT was there, and that there were fresh tire tracks to the garage. The male had fired two shots in the woods; no person was injured. The officers were requesting ERT and TRU, and orders to put down a spike belt in case Mr. Hegedus decided to leave. It was noted that there were grounds to arrest for assault, and that the situation involved officer safety.

The sergeant made calls and learned Mr. Hegedus’ injuries were life-threatening.

At 11:45 a.m., Mr. Hegedus was at the hospital. The sergeant spoke to someone who advised Mr. Hegedus was pronounced deceased at 11:47 a.m. at the hospital.

Materials obtained from Police Service

Upon request the SIU obtained and reviewed the following materials and documents from the OPP:

  •  Notes-SO #2;
  •  Notes-WO #5;
  •  Notes-WO #4;
  •  Notes-WO #3;
  •  Notes-WO #1;
  •  Notes-WO #2;
  •  Notes-SO #1;
  •  Communication Recordings;
  •  OPP Scenes of Crime Officer Photos;
  •  OPP Drone Footage;
  •  Occurrence Details;
  •  OPP Evidence Property Collection Report – SO #2;
  •  OPP Evidence Property Collection Report – SO #1;
  •  OPP Occurrences involving Mr. Hegedus;
  •  Training Records; and
  •  Will State-SO #2.

Materials obtained from Other Sources

The SIU obtained and reviewed the following records from non-police sources:

  •  Incident and Ambulance Call Reports;
  •  CFS Biology Report dated August 18, 2020;
  •  CFS Firearms Report dated December 7, 2020;
  •  Preliminary Autopsy Findings Report from Ontario Forensic Pathology Service dated July 17, 2020
  •  Post-mortem Report from Coroner’s Office dated October 13, 2020;
  •  Building Permit Application – Mr. Hegedus;
  •  Driver’s licence photo of Mr. Hegedus; and
  •  Photos of Mr. Hegedus from a civilian.

Incident Narrative

The material events in question are clear on the evidence collected by the SIU, which included interviews with both subject officers, several witness police officers, and a number of civilians with information about Mr. Hegedus’ conduct in the moments prior to the shootout. At about 10:50 a.m. of July 15, 2020, Mr. Hegedus, attired in camouflage and hiding in thick bush north of his residence on Indian Point Road, suffered multiple gunshot wounds. The wounds were inflicted by SO #1 and/or SO #2, each discharging his C8 rifle repeatedly at Mr. Hegedus from a distance of about 20 metres. The officers were returning fire. Just before the first of the officers’ shots, Mr. Hegedus had fired in SO #1’s direction with a .223 caliber rifle.

The shooting was the culmination of a train of events that began shortly after 8:00 a.m. at the Valu-mart in Minden. Mr. Hegedus had entered the store without wearing a face covering. Upon being reminded by a store associate of the need to do so, an angry Mr. Hegedus indicated he would not do so and started pummeling the employee. A fellow associate came to assist her colleague and was, in turn, assaulted by Mr. Hegedus. She was ultimately able to force Mr. Hegedus out of the store. However, Mr. Hegedus’ rampage was not over. He entered his vehicle – a black Alfa Romeo – and drove at store employees gathered outside. Mr. Hegedus’ vehicle also struck the exterior of the store and several shopping carts before it travelled onto Highway 35 and proceeded northward. The police were called and advised of what had just transpired.

WO #4 was dispatched to the scene and observed Mr. Hegedus in his vehicle heading east on County Road 21. The officer pulled in behind the Alfa Romeo and activated his emergency lights, but Mr. Hegedus kept driving. At one point, with WO #4 having maneuvered his cruiser alongside the driver’s side of the Alfa Romeo, Mr. Hegedus veered sharply to his left, prompting the officer to brake hard to avoid a collision. The vehicles turned left onto York Street, and then left again to travel north on Maple Avenue, after which WO #4 was directed by a superior officer to terminate the pursuit. He did so, stopping by the side of the road until he was allowed to proceed again in the direction of Mr. Hegedus’ home address.

At about 9:00 a.m., followed closely by WO #3 and then WO #1, WO #4 arrived at the property on Indian Point Road – the address associated with the licence plate marker of Mr. Hegedus’ vehicle. The property consisted of a home and several outbuildings east of the roadway. The area around it was densely populated with trees and brush. Aware that Mr. Hegedus was a registered gun owner, and that there had been past noise complaints related to firearm discharges from the property, WO #3 and WO #4 put on their body-armour and equipped themselves with C8 rifles before venturing onto the address through a closed gate at the start of the lane leading to the house. The officers detected what appeared to be freshly-made tire tracks leading into a garage, but there was no sight of Mr. Hegedus. Returning back to Indian Point Road, WO #3 and WO #4 reported their findings to WO #1.

WO #1 had just decided to position WO #3 and WO #4 with their vehicles north and south of the property, respectively, to contain the area when Mr. Hegedus, from a position of concealment in the bush south of his driveway, fired his rifle twice at WO #1. The time was about 9:30 a.m. Neither round struck WO #1, who hurried for cover behind his cruiser. WO #1 broadcast that shots had been fired. After a period behind his cruiser, and with WO #4 returning to the area to provide cover, WO #1 ran north and made it to WO #3’s cruiser. From that position, the officer radioed for the deployment of tactical officers.

OPP ERT officers, SO #2 and SO #1, arrived at the OPP command centre in the area of Harburn and Indian Point Roads. Armed with C8 rifles, the officers made their way south on Indian Point Road and eventually came across WO #1 and WO #3. WO #1 briefed them on the gunfire they had received, noting that it seemed to come from Mr. Hegedus’ residence. SO #2 and SO #1 continued south.

Approximately 15 to 20 metres north of the address on Indian Point Road, SO #1 observed a silhouette in the bush east of the road on elevated ground. He trained his rifle in that direction and watched as the silhouette moved, convincing him that it was a person. SO #1 repeatedly yelled out at the person to show his hands and SO #2, running to a position south of the person, did the same. The person was Mr. Hegedus.

Mr. Hegedus fired his rifle in SO #1’s direction, prompting SO #1 and SO #2 to discharge their weapons at him multiple times. In the course of this exchange, it appears Mr. Hegedus fired further rounds from his rifle before he was incapacitated. In total, SO #1 and SO #2 fired nine and 19 rounds, respectively.

Following the gunfire, SO #1 made his way south to SO #2’s position, from which vantage point the officers could see and hear Mr. Hegedus lying behind a tree stump and groaning. The rifle lay partially across his lap. The officers yelled out to Mr. Hegedus to show his hands and radioed for an ambulance, which had staged north of the scene. After a period of non-response, SO #2, now joined by WO #5, a TRU member arriving at the scene, approached Mr. Hegedus and began to administer first aid to his gunshot wounds.

Paramedics arrived at the scene and took over Mr. Hegedus’ care. He was taken to hospital and pronounced deceased at about 11:47 a.m.

Mr. Hegedus’ rifle – a Ruger .223 semi-automatic rifle – was recovered at the scene, together with a magazine loaded with five rounds. The magazine was capable of holding ten rounds. Also recovered at the scene was a Browning .380 semi-automatic pistol with two associated magazines, and a knapsack that contained numerous rounds of .223 and .380 calibre ammunition.

Cause of Death

At autopsy, Mr. Hegedus was found to have sustained three gunshot wounds: a perforating gunshot wound of the right back that exited the right abdomen; a penetrating gunshot wound of the anterior right forearm, which may have been a re-entry wound from the projectile that exited the perforating gunshot wound of the right back; and, a penetrating gunshot wound of the left back. The pathologist attributed Mr. Hegedus’ death to “[g]unshot wound of right back”.

Relevant Legislation

Section 34, Criminal Code — Defence of person – Use of threat of force

34 (1) A person is not guilty of an offence if(a) They believe on reasonable grounds that force is being used against them or another person or that a threat of force is being made against them or another person; (b) The act that constitutes the offence is committed for the purpose of defending or protecting themselves or the other person from that use or threat of force; and(c) The act committed is reasonable in the circumstances. (2) In determining whether the act committed is reasonable in the circumstances, the court shall consider the relevant circumstances of the person, the other parties and the act, including, but not limited to, the following factors:(a) the nature of the force or threat;(b) the extent to which the use of force was imminent and whether there were other means available to respond to the potential use of force;(c) the person’s role in the incident;(d) whether any party to the incident used or threatened to use a weapon; (e) the size, age, gender and physical capabilities of the parties to the incident;(f) the nature, duration and history of any relationship between the parties to the incident, including any prior use or threat of force and the nature of that force or threat;(f.1) any history of interaction or communication between the parties to the incident;(g) the nature and proportionality of the person’s response to the use or threat of force; and (h) whether the act committed was in response to a use or threat of force that the person knew was lawful. (3) Subsection (1) does not apply if the force is used or threatened by another person for the purpose of doing something that they are required or authorized by law to do in the administration or enforcement of the law, unless the person who commits the act that constitutes the offence believes on reasonable grounds that the other person is acting unlawfully.

Analysis and Director’s Decision

On July 15, 2020, Leslie Hegedus passed away following an exchange of gunfire with two OPP officers in Dysart, Ontario. The two officers – SO #1 and SO #2 – were identified as subject officers for purposes of the SIU investigation. On my assessment of the evidence, there are no reasonable grounds to believe that either officer committed a criminal offence in connection with Mr. Hegedus’ death.

Pursuant to section 34 of the Criminal Code, the use of force that would otherwise constitute an offence is legally justified provided it was intended in the defence of oneself or another from a reasonably apprehended attacked, actual or threatened, and was itself reasonable. With respect to the reasonableness of the force, it is to be assessed against all the relevant circumstances, including with respect to such considerations as: the nature of the force or threat; the extent to which the use of force was imminent and whether there were other means available to respond to the potential use of force; the person’s role in the incident; whether any party to the incident used or threatened to use a weapon; and, the nature and proportionality of the person’s response to the use or threat of force. In my view, the force used by SO #1 and SO #2 fell within the four corners of the justification set out in section 34.

At the outset, it is important to note that SO #1 and SO #2 were engaged in the lawful execution of their duties as they approached Mr. Hegedus’ property and then engaged him in gunfire. By that time, Mr. Hegedus had assaulted two employees of a Valu-mart, driven dangerously, including in the direction of persons, and fired twice at WO #1. He was clearly subject to arrest, and to arrest as quickly as possible given his acts of violence.

In their interviews with the SIU, SO #1 and SO #2 indicated that they fired their weapons in fear of their, and each other’s, lives. There is nothing in the record to cast doubt on those assertions. On the contrary, the circumstances were such as to lend credence to their evidence in this regard. SO #1 had just been fired upon by Mr. Hegedus at a range of about 20 metres or so. On this record, I am confident that the officers returned fire believing it to be necessary to protect themselves from death or grievous bodily harm.

I am further satisfied that the multiple rounds discharged by each officer at Mr. Hegedus – nine and 19 rounds by SO #1 and SO #2, respectively – amounted to reasonable force. There can be little doubt that Mr. Hegedus was intent on killing police officers, whose arrival at his address he would have known was imminent following his antics at the Valu-mart. Returning from the store, Mr. Hegedus had changed into a camouflaged jacket, armed himself with a rifle and handgun with an abundance of ammunition for both weapons, taken a position of concealment in and around his home, and fired twice already at WO #1, who was fortunate not to have been struck. Coming upon Mr. Hegedus in a wooded area north of his property and east of Indian Point Road, SO #1 and SO #2 ordered him repeatedly to show his hands. Mr. Hegedus chose not to do so, instead rising from a crouched position behind a tree stump and firing at SO #1. In that instant, the officers’ lives were in grave danger and they acted reasonably and proportionately, in my view, in resorting to lethal force of their own. Retreat or withdrawal were not realistic options in the moment. SO #1 was in a vulnerable position out in the roadway when Mr. Hegedus first fired his weapon; any delay incurred in seeking cover would potentially have placed his life at further risk. The same can be said with respect to SO #2, who had every reason to believe that defending his life and, more emphatically, SO #1’s life, was dependent on immediately neutralizing Mr. Hegedus. Finally, in the context of an individual who had intentionally made himself difficult to see, and evidence suggesting Mr. Hegedus fired up to three additional shots after the officers had returned fire following his first discharge, I am unable to reasonably conclude that the number of shots fired by the officers was excessive. In arriving at this conclusion, I am mindful of the fact that Mr. Hegedus was only struck by three (and possibly just two) rounds, and that the gunfire occurred with rapidity and ceased when it was clear that Mr. Hegedus was down and no longer a threat.

In the final analysis, while it remains unclear which of Mr. Hegedus’ gunshot wounds were caused by which officer, there are no reasonable grounds to believe that either SO #1 or SO #2 acted other than lawfully throughout this incident. Accordingly, there is no basis for proceeding with criminal charges in this case, and the file is closed.

Date: June 14, 2021

Electronically approved by

Joseph Martino
Special Investigations Unit

O’Toole’s Gay Candidate Calls Cops & Has The Rebel’s Reporter David Menzies Arrested for Asking Questions

Thornhill CPC candidate Melissa Lantsman has David Menzies arrested for asking prickly questions


In politics, they call summer the silly season. Hardly anything of substance seems to happen, and the politicians are typically in their ridings having BBQs and whatnot.

Such was the case on Sunday in Thornhill, Ontario, just north of Toronto. The outgoing MP, Peter Kent, was having a summer shindig in the parking lot of the Promenade Mall. I dropped by not so much for Mr. Kent, but to interview the replacement candidate for the federal riding of Thornhill, Melissa Lantsman.

I assume most people don’t know who Melissa Lantsman is, but they should. She was Ontario Premier Doug Ford’s war room director in 2018 and helped create slogans like “For the People” and “Ontario: Open for Business.”

Alas, we all discovered that when the COVID pandemic hit last year, the Doug Ford PCs were not “for the people,” and Ontario was very much closed for business. Oh, not all businesses, mind you. If you were a U.S.-based multi-billion dollar conglomerate such as Costco or Walmart, it was business as usual.

And speaking of Walmart, by 2020, Lantsman had resumed duties as a lobbyist. And she lobbied mightily for the Arkansas-based superstore chain. Lantsman went to Premier Ford and successfully ensured Walmart would be exempt from any lockdown rules.

So now that Lantsman is the Conservative Party candidate for Thornhill in 2021, I wanted to ask her a simple question: how can she possibly run to be the MP to represent the people of Thornhill when she was personally responsible for engineering a lockdown policy that caused so many businesses to fold and so many people to be thrown out of work? I mean, her nickname is actually “Lockdown Lantsman.” How do you recover from that? And it was hard to believe this woman is a professional communicator, given how tongue-tied she got when it came to answering hard questions.

And then I wanted to know how she became the representative for the Thornhill riding in the first place. You see, a few months ago, Ontario PC MPP Gila Martow was vying for this position. Martow is a veteran politician who is well-liked and well-respected. I think she would’ve been a slam dunk to win the riding in the next federal election. When Lantsman was declared the winner, it was a shock to everyone — including Lantsman herself, who did not have a victory speech prepared! So, either those exit polls were mightily flawed or this was a screw job of Herculean proportions.

So, I reached out to members of the Martow camp, none of whom want to be named. Why would the Conservative party go with a candidate who has more baggage than the Arrivals terminal at Pearson International Airport?

And the answer was this: it had everything to do with Melissa Lantsman’s sexual orientation.

You see, the Erin O’Toole Conservatives are obsessed with the party being a so-called “Big Tent” operation – it’s not just a bunch of old white guys anymore, you see. They’re sick of the CBC calling them names.

And what better way to prove that point than to promote a LGBTQ candidate representing the Conservatives in the suburbs? Wow, look at that diversity!

Now, folks, I personally do not give a rodent’s rectum if a candidate is a lesbian or a Martian. I think it’s irrelevant. But Lantsman and the Conservatives can’t stop talking about her gayness — it was their main selling point. Is the Conservative Party now fully invested in identity politics and playing the race card and gender card and sexual orientation card? What about who is the best person for the job — no matter what

So, I asked Melissa: is she the candidate for Thornhill based on merit, or her sexual orientation? She sort of answered the question and didn’t object to it. I asked it again, and she ignored me. And that was that.

I had more questions about Walmart, but then I was interrupted — by police! The Lantsman campaign called the cops on me. But there is no crime of asking prickly questions, so they lied to the police, making accusations that I assaulted people. It was the other way around. They were purposely bumping into me and trying to block me. They knocked my hat off. They threw water on me. And for what? Asking questions

And how about this slice of unethical behaviour: while I was being arrested and handcuffed by police, one of them stole my clipboard notebook and took photos of my notes. What’s the deal with that? What kind of political party has a reporter arrested, and then steals their notebook and takes pictures of it?

It looked awful on the Conservatives — especially having me arrested. So after ten hours, they decided to revise history. They say I engaged in homophobic slurs against Lantsman? What? I did not — you can see my question and her answer to it. It wasn’t homophobic, and she obviously didn’t think it was at the time — until later, when her spin doctors needed a way to change the subject from having me arrested, throwing things at me and stealing my notebook.

My final question to Lantsman was this: when Erin O’Toole was running to be the Conservative leader, he was the pro-free speech/anti-cancel culture candidate. And then he becomes leader, and it turns out he is pro-cancel culture/anti-free speech. So I asked Melissa what’s the deal with that?

Could you imagine a real leader such as Donald Trump saying “no comment,” and even running away? Can you imagine a politician of substance calling the cops to have a reporter criminally charged? And that’s what Lockdown Lantsman did on Sunday — she or her minions called the cops. She later issued a press release saying it was a safety issue. A “safety issue” — yeah, my safety! I was pushed, shoved, splashed with a liquid and arrested.

And in the department of perverse irony, check out the tweet Mr. O’Toole issued around the same time I was being stuffed into a police cruiser based on lies from the Lantsman camp: “If you don’t support free speech, you have four parties to choose from. If you do, you only have one: Canada’s Conservatives.” Sorry, Mr. O’Toole. Sorry, Lockdown Lantsman. Actions speak louder than words. And just like Andrew Scheer, you are already blowing this election. Big time.


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TORONTO. July 22, 2021.The Canadian Association for Free Expression (CAFE) held a protest outside the Toronto South Detention Centre located at 160 Horner Ave, Toronto, ON M8Z 0C2, Thursday afternoon, July 22, from 3:00 to 4:30 p.m.

As of today, Dr. Sears has been in jail for over five weeks.
* In January, 2019, Dr. Sears, Editor, and Leroy St. Germaine, Publisher of the satirical tabloid YOUR WARD NEWS were convicted on two counts of “wilfully promoting hate” against privileged groups (Jews  & Women) in contravention of Canada’s notorious “hate law” – Sec. 319 of the Criminal Code. Each was sentenced to the maximum — unprecedented for a first time offender — of a year in jail. As Leroy is of Metis heritage, he was allowed to serve his sentence at home.

* In November, 2020, under protest, Dr. Sears and Leroy St. Germaine argued their appeal by Zoom

* On June 14, the appeal was denied and the sentences upheld. Dr. Sears was immediately ordered to prison and denied even a few hours to say goodbye to his wife and young son.

* From prison , Dr. Sears is seeking leave to appeal. A judge is studying the leave application and a parallel application for bail, pending the appeal. The process is ponderously slow.

* Dr. Sears is virtually incommunicado. He has contacted his wife or supporters only eight times in five weeks and each call was extremely brief.

* For the past few weeks Dr. Sears has been in the infirmary, apparently to protect oher prisoners from him because he won’t take the COVID vaccine.

* Amnesty International defines a  “prisoner of conscience” or political prisoner as  a person punished solely for the non-violent expression of their political, religious or cultural views. Both Dr. James Sears and Leroy St. Germaine are political prisoners — jailed because they criticized politically powerful minority groups.

* A lasting disgrace is that only one mainstream media writer has  criticized this attack on freedom of the press, which they regularly condemn if it occurs in Hong Kong or the Philippines.

* For the past two weeks every Wednesday, videographer “Lily” has been holding a one-woman freedom protest outside the prison.



Send letters of support to one of our “men behind the wire”:  
Dr. James Sears, Political Prisoner,
Toronto South Detention Center,
160 Horner Ave,
Toronto, ON
M8Z 0C2


_______________________CAFE (The Canadian Association for Free Expression)P.O. Box 332,Rexdale, ON.,M9W 5L3

Canadian Anti-Hate Network Applauds Facebook Censors for Purging “Old Stock Canadian”

Canadian Anti-Hate Network Applauds Facebook Censors for Purging “Old Stock Canadian”

A long-standing anti-immigration and overtly racist series of social media channels successfully cultivated a following of over 32,000 Facebook users through unabashedly anti-Muslim, anti-2SLGBTQ+, conspiratorial ready-to-share content. The “Old Stock Canadian” page has finally been removed, seemingly as a result of our sending a media request to Facebook for this story.

Started in 2016, the moderators of Old Stock Canadian never had much success outside the social giant, though the Facebook Page proved itself a resilient source of hate content that outlasted many of its ilk. 

“Friends, it seems the TRUTH was too much to bear so Liberal FARCEbook took us off their platform,” wrote an admin on a little visited website associated with the page. “Well over 36,000 members will now be looking for a new home. Hopefully, they will find it here on this website.

“In the meantime, we will retool and look to other platforms as well where our conservative voice will be heard again.”

On Twitter and Instagram, as well as their website, they have a minimal following. Many of their website posts have just a single view, according to the site’s own counters. 

“We removed the Old Stock Canadians Page for violating our Community Standards. We will continue to monitor and take action in line with our policies and strongly encourage people to use all available reporting and blocking tools,“ a representative from Facebook told the Canadian Anti-Hate Network.

“Old Stock Canadians” is a phrase that has been popular among white supremacists and Canadian nationalists since Prime Minister Steven Harper used it during a leadership debate in 2015.

“We do not offer them [refugees] a better health care plan than the ordinary Canadian receives, said Harper. “I think that’s something that new and existing and old stock Canadians agree with.”

The statement caused a minor stir at the time, as many begged the question, what is an old stock Canadian? Harper would later clarify he meant Canadians whose families had been in Canada for more than one generation. The Conservatives tried to move on from the gaffe and their opponents decried it as a dog-whistle

Much like “White Boy Summer” has become the white power dog whistle of 2021, the phrase “old stock Canadian” quickly was adopted as a self-signifier in far-right Canadian circles, and continues to be used. It, for example, was often used in the propaganda of groups like ID Canada

Source: Twitter 

The now-removed Facebook page and still active Twitter account for Old Stock Canadian trade in a variety of similarly styled memes. Typically yellow block letters and carrying messages that target everyone from members of the 2SLGBTQ+ community, conspiracy theories around COVID-19, anti-Muslim sentiment, and more.  

“Liberals universities like Dalhousie are no longer institutes of learning but rather, create racially motivated radicalism,” reads a caption added to a picture promoting diversity at a Halifax university. “Case in point, if we tried to dismantle non-white privilege, matriarchy and homosexism, what do you think would happen? Besides the massive demonstrations that would befall us.”

Some of the content is political in nature, targeting left and centre-left politicians, but the most animus is reserved for Muslims and immigrants. 

“Islamophobia is a liberal narrative intended to deflect from the real concern of radical Islamic fundamentalists intent in destroying us infidels,” a pinned post under the section “Islamophobia” reads on the page’s counterpart website. “A movement that has gained momentum in recent decades within several Muslim nations. Islamic fundamentalists oppose the infiltration of secular and westernizing influences and seek to institute Islamic law, including strict codes of behaviour. In other words, sharia law which oppresses women to become the slaves of this male-dominated cult.”

Other sections target 2SLGBTQ+ people, with post titles like “Young Girls Are Transgendering At Alarming Rates,” “Gender Dysphoria Has Gone Mad,” and, simply, “Cancel Pride.”

Members of the now-defunct Facebook page included people like William “Damien Maje” Majeau who was previously the subject of reports for filming people, including children, coming to and from an Alberta mosque during the early stages of the pandemic. He returned earlier this year to take more photographs. 

Members of the Northern Guard, an east coast centred biker-style hate group are also followers. This includes founder Nick Gallant and member Ed Jamnisek, who produces Kevin Johnston’s live stream show. Gallant has generally tried to extricate Northern Guard from accusations of hate and racism. Early in the group’s founding, however, he appeared on a podcast in 2018 and stated he would be “pushing that white nationalism,” according to the ARC Collective.

Updated to include comment from Facebook.

Saturday, July 24 . Penticton Family Freedom Assembly!

Saturday, July 24 . Penticton Family Freedom Assembly!

T he Excitement is mounting! Our Penticton Freedom Activists are coming together TOMORROW to present… (ta-da!)

Saturday, July 24 . Penticton Family Freedom Assembly!

.Our way of participating in the World Wide Demonstration!.

Lakawanna Park, Power Street and Lakeshore Drive

~ 11:30ish to 2 p.m. – Music, games, fun and information videos

~ 2 to 3 p.m.  – Speakers and Supervised play for children

~ 3 to 4 p.m. –  Meet the Speakers, Q&A, Networking, Testimonials, Prize Draws

(Poster attached. Please share with friends and on social media.)

Musicians and other volunteers, please show up at 11:30 for orientation.


Sunday, July 25 – Noon to 2

– Our Regular CLEAR Penticton Rally ~

(Keep the Pressure On!)

Warren Avenue and Main Street

Volunteer updates from 11:30 to noon. Arrive early. Get more involved!

Invite two friends!


Next Planning Meeting to be announced in next week’s email.

I’ll see you tomorrow! With a smile and a click of the heels.

~ Mary Lou Gutscher

Penticton Freedom Activists

Pallister is Under Attack for All the Wrong Reasons

Throne, Altar, Liberty

The Canadian Red Ensign

The Canadian Red Ensign

Friday, July 23, 2021

Pallister is Under Attack for All the Wrong Reasons

I don’t like Brian Pallister who is the premier of my province, Manitoba, very much.   Oh, I was very glad to see him replace Greg Selinger in that office, voted for the Progressive Conservative party which he leads in the last two provincial elections, and even congratulated him in person on his re-election, but I was never particularly enthusiastic about his leadership qualities.    In March of last year, I lost most of my respect for the man when he locked down the province harder than almost anywhere else in Canada before the bat flu had even really arrived here and did so by holding a press conference in which he arrogantly rubbed the heavy-handedness of his approach in all of our faces.  In the year and a half since then, he has whittled away at what little of that respect remained by such behaviour as scapegoating ordinary Manitobans for the failure of the dictatorial public health orders of his power-mad public health mandarin Brent Roussin, setting up a snitch line and encouraging Manitobans to spy on their friends, family, and neighbours and rat them out for violations of these petty public health orders, showing complete and utter disregard for constitutional protections of Manitobans’ basic freedoms and rights, blasphemously raising himself to the level of God by adding an eleventh commandment to the Decalogue, and, most recently, using the means of bribery and blackmail to coerce Manitobans to give up their right to not be medicated against their freely given, informed, consent.

I have expressed my present attitude towards the premier in the following lines of verse:

Brian Pallister is an ignorant fool!

He’s a stupid, ugly, loser and he smells bad too!

His one and only virtue,

I hate to say it but it’s true,

His one and only virtue is –

He’s not Wab Kinew!

That having been said, Pallister has come under heavy attack this month for reasons that have nothing to do with the draconian way in which ran roughshod over all our rights and freedoms in order to swat the bat flu bug.   On Dominion Day an angry, lawless, mob descended upon the grounds of the provincial legislature here in Winnipeg.   The mob was not angrily demanding the restoration of our rights and freedoms and small businesses and social lives.   They were mad, in both senses of the word, because for the month previous far left activists masquerading as journalists, that is to say, most of the mainstream media in Canada, had been using the discovery of graves that are currently without markers near former Indian Residential Schools to defame Canada, her founders and historical leaders, the Christian religion and especially the Roman Catholic Church, and white people in general, in a most vile and disgusting manner.    The mob vandalized and tore down the large statue of Queen Victoria that had stood in front of the legislature as well as a smaller statue of Queen Elizabeth II that had stood near the Lieutenant Governor’s residence.   Since Queen Victoria was the queen who signed the bill that established Canada as a country, Queen Elizabeth II is the present reigning monarch and this was done on the country’s anniversary this was an obvious assault on the very idea of Canada herself.

Pallister, quite rightly, expressed his “disgust and disappointment” at these actions, condemning them both at the time and in a press conference the following Wednesday.   At the latter he said that the statues would be restored.   He also said, with regards to the early settlers of Canada “the people came here to this country, before it was a country and since, didn’t come here to destroy anything, they came here to build, they came to build better and build they did.   They built farms and they built businesses, they built communities and churches too.   They built these things for themselves and one another and they built them with dedication and with pride and so we must dedicate ourselves to building yet again”.  This is what his enemies wish to crucify him for saying.  Much to his credit, he has so far stood by his remarks.

In these comments Pallister depicted those who settled here and built what became the country Canada as having been human beings rather than devils.   This is what the far left finds so unforgiveable.  The fundamental essence of the political left, its sine qua non, is the envious hatred of those who build, especially those who have built in the past those things we enjoy and benefit from as a legacy in the present, which envious hatred manifests itself as efforts to tear down and destroy.    They have to think of the builders of the past as devils in order to avoid the suspicion that they themselves are such.

The media, which everywhere but perhaps especially in Canada is largely synonymous with the political left, has framed the controversy which it has itself generated over Pallister’s remarks in racial and ethnic terms.   What is implied, or in some cases practically stated outright, in all the criticism and condemnation of Pallister’s words, is that speaking positively of the European, Christian, settlers who came to what is now Canada over the last four to five centuries and of their accomplishments rather than demonizing them is insensitive and offensive to Native Indian Canadians.   We are essentially being told that our country, her history, and her founders and historical figures from the early settlers through the Fathers of Confederation to the present day, must only be spoken of in terms of shame, that everything we have historically celebrated about our country must be forgotten, and that we must instead forever be beating ourselves up over the Indian Residential Schools.   Should there be anyone left in Canada still capable of thinking at the level of an adult, such a person must surely recognize that it is this attitude on the part of the progressive media rather than Pallister’s speech that is truly demeaning to the Natives as it treats them as thin-skinned bigots who cannot hear anyone other than themselves spoken of positively without taking it as an insult to themselves.   It also suggests that they are incapable of telling when the left is cynically exploiting their suffering for its own interests.  The attack on the symbols of the monarchy serves the cause of the left since republicanism, whatever J. J. McCullough, Anthony Furey, Spencer Fernando, Lorne Gunter, and the average American “conservative” may think to the contrary, is essentially left-wing, but it is difficult to see how an attack on the only Canadian symbol that unites all Canadians – aboriginal, English, French, and newer immigrants – could genuinely serve the interests of Native people. (1)

I will note here, for whatever it is worth, that on the day of Pallister’s press conference, the first attack on his words that I came across was on the local CBC.    The segment, which was formatted as a news report although it was in reality an editorial, was by a well-known local reporter and featured as an “expert” a man on the faculty of the University of Manitoba who was described, amusingly in my opinion, as a historian.   Both men are notorious for their left wing views, both are lily white, and both have British-Scandanavian family names.   The following day both the Association of Manitoba Chiefs and the Southern Chiefs Organization issued press releases condemning Pallister and his remarks which it would probably have been fairer to these organizations to not have mentioned as the bigoted and ill-informed terms in which they are written do them no credit whatsoever, but white leftists appear to have been the ones that got the ball rolling on this anti-Pallister campaign.

That ball has been picking up speed ever since.   Helping it along have been a number of defections from Pallister’s Cabinet and staff, starting with the resignation of Eileen Clarke who had been Minister of Indigenous and Municipal Relations.   The portfolio was then given to Alan Lagimodiere, the Member of the Legislative Assembly for Selkirk.  Although Lagimodiere is Metis, his appointment has not exactly improved the situation for Pallister as he began his opening speech in this office by saying that those who established the Residential Schools “thought they were doing the right thing”.   This is, as Colby Cosh has pointed out, “a flat factual truth”.   Obviously, a great many Canadians today are of the opinion that they were not doing the right thing.   Ordinarily, when people in one era do something that they think is right and people of a later era, with the benefit of hindsight, conclude that what was done was actually wrong, the latter do not refuse to credit the former for the sincerity of their intentions.   In this case, however, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission has so poisoned the well of discussion with its interpretation of the schools as a “cultural genocide”, a vile expression which is a dishonest, morally outrageous, Marxist trick by which cultural assimilation, whatever one might think about it, is treated as if it were the equivalent of mass murder, which it is not, that it is impossible to speak the truth Lagimodiere spoke without provoking an irrational, emotion-driven, backlash.     Needless to say, matters have not been helped by the mainstream media’s having, in what constitutes criminal incitement that has spawned a massive wave of hate crimes, spun the discovery of graves lacking markers near the former Indian Residential Schools into a malicious blood libel against our country and her churches.   Lagimodiere was quickly interrupted by Wab Kinew, the present leader of the provincial socialists who ever since taking over that role from Selinger has been making his predecessor look better by comparison, a rather difficult undertaking indeed.     My personal opinion of Kinew you can probably deduce from the verse about Pallister above.  Kinew, applying the current left wing dogma that nothing positive must ever be said about the Residential Schools and those who established and ran them, a dogma which if applied retroactively would condemn even Truth and Reconciliation Commissioner Murray Sinclair, told Lagimodiere that he could not do the job to which he had appointed while thinking the way he does.

Since then, there have been more resignations, more condemnations and ultimatums from the chiefs, and more calls from the progressive media for Pallister to step down.

If only all of this were in response to what he has done wrong – suspending our constitutional rights and freedoms, treating in-person social interaction which is both bonum in se and absolutely essential to our wellbeing as if it were a crime, destroying small local businesses, declaring religion and worship to be non-essential but places that peddle mind-destroying , highly addictive, substances to be essential, basically turning the province into a police state for a year and a half, and holding normal life ransom in order to bully us all into accepting a medical treatment whether we have made informed decisions as to whether the benefits sufficiently outweigh the risks or not – rather than to what he has done right – refusing to go along with the wholesale demonization of Canada, her European Christian settlers, and her historical founders and leaders, by the left which can only ever tear down and never build up, the media that is so totally in its thrall, and those Native leaders who have shortsightedly joined forces with the left.

(1)   English Canada grew out of the United Empire Loyalists who parted ways with the Americans by declaring their loyalty to the monarchy when the Americans rebelled and became republicans.  It was the Crown’s guarantee of protection of French culture, civil law, language and the Roman Catholic religion in Quebec following the Seven Year’s War that preserved French Canadian identity and kept French Canada loyal during the American revolution and down through Confederation in which all the French Canadian Fathers joined the English Fathers in unanimous support for making the new country a parliamentary monarchy rather than a republic.  The Crown is the other signatory to the Indian treaties – Queen Victoria, whose statue was so insultingly treated by the left wing mob, was the reigning monarch when most of these treaties were made.   All new comers to Canada from whatever other country and background have sworn loyalty to the monarch and her heirs to become citizens.  Therefore the monarchy is the one and only national symbol that belongs to all Canadians, albeit in different ways, and thus unites them.    To attack this symbol as a symbol of “imperialism” and “colonialism” in the derogatory sense which Marxists attach to these words is to insult all Canadians of all races, religions, and languages.

Posted by Gerry T. Neal at 3:12 AM

Resistance is Not Futile C.L.E.A.R. Freedom Events, July 24

Resistance is Not Futile C.L.E.A.R. Freedom Events, July
July Summer Events!!!
CLEARbc.org C.L.E.A.R.billboard is now up!! The objective was to alert people to our rallies and direct them to C.L.E.A.R. website. You can view it as you are heading into West Kelowna. It is on the left hand side just before “Friends Pub”. C.L.E.A.R. website is up and running as well. It is being updated on a regular basis. Just click on the billboard photo and it will take you right there.
July 24, 2021 CLEAR MEGA Rally and World Wide Rally 12:00 – 6:00 pm Stuart Park, Kelowna B.C.
Speakers to include:
Jacquelyn Rose The discussion of “The Law” (Frederick Bastiat).
Bettina Engler Sharing the history of Nuremberg and how it relates to Covid.
Iris Wagner Impact and effects lockdowns are having on families and youth.
Dr. Darrell Wolfe What exactly is about to come? 1:30 p.m. Downtown march

2:45 Potluck and music by Chilliwack’s Peter Esau
Tell your friends and bring your family!!
photo 2021-05-16 22-36-33 Thank you to Bettina, Arlene, Sepora, Linda, and all of the other many volunteers it takes to make this happen!
We urge everyone to bring a chair and coolers if you have them. Water will be available at the C.L.E.A.R. table and any donations are greatly appreciated.
July 31, 2021 C.L.E.A.R. Rally is honoured to support THE FRONT LINE NURSES.
photo 2021-07-06 00-13-42 July 31st, 2021 is C.L.E.A.R. rally from 12:00 – 2:00 pm in Stuart Park, Kelowna BC. The Canadian Frontline Nurses,will be in Kelowna from their Canada-wide tour. Kristen, Kristal and Sarah have all left their careers and made a huge sacrifice to whistle blow and educate Canadians on the current unethical practices with respect to COVID-19.

Mask Enforcers at Book City Discriminate Against the

Mask Enforcers at Book City Discriminate Against the Handicapped

Another store that discriminates against the handicapped. I tried to shop at Book City on the Danforth this evening. “You must wear a mask,” a scold demanded. “I can’t. I’m exempt.” I was told to leave, “So, you discriminate against the handicapped!” I retorted. My friends and I were outraged at the heartless totalitarian behaviour. Medico-Stalinism at work! — Paul Fromm

Paul Fromm on the Great Reset & Trudeau’s Plans to Stifle the Internet — Talk Given at Vancouver, July 17, 2021

Paul Fromm on the Great Reset & Trudeau’s Plans to Stifle the Internet — Talk Given at Vancouver, July 17, 2021


The Post COVID Totalitarian Agenda — Mark Carney’s “Great Reset Dream” for Our Grim Future & Trudeau’s Anti-Free Speech Plans for the Future

* The Great Reset, the conspiratorial architects, Mark Carney and Karl Schwab

* A future of poverty, limited travel, few cars, little heat & less meat

*Trudeau’s imposed silence — Bill C-10(gagging the Internet) & Bill C-36 (preventing serious criticism of privileged minorities online)

Freedom Rallies in B.C., July 17-24

Freedom Rallies in B.C., July 17-24
July Summer Rally Events!!!
Kelowna C.L.E.A.R. rally on Saturday July 17, 2021 in Stuart Park from 12:00 – 2:00
Penticton C.L.E.A.R. rally on Sunday July 18, 2021 Warren & Main St. 12:00 – 2:00
Vernon Rally on Saturday July 17, 2021 @ Polson Park from 12:00 – 2:00 pm.
Kamloops Rally on Saturday July 17, 2021 @ Riverside Park from 12:00 – 2:00 pm.
Vancouver Freedom Rally Saturday July 17, 2021 @ 750 Hornby St. from 12:00-3:00Kelowna C.L.E.A.R. MEGA Rally and Word Wide Rally is on Saturday July 24, 2021 Kelowna Stuart Park 12:00-6:00 (rally details below)

Vancouver Freedom World Rally on July 24th, 2021@ 750 Hornby (Art Gallery) Speakers and March will be from 2-6 pm.
Music and Dance will be from 6-12 am.