Businesses across Canada uniting to end lockdowns

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A movement called #WeAreAllEssential is gaining traction across the country.

The Open Small Businesses group is calling on businesses across Canada to open in solidarity on Feb. 11.

The Open Small Businesses website states that in order to make a Declaration of Emergency in any province or territory in Canada, that certain “conditions” must be met first.

The group asserts that none of the Canadian provinces and territories met any of the “conditions” to make a Declaration of Emergency.  Further, they based their declarations on a predictive model from the UK that was outrageously over predicting the number of deaths in Canada.

In mid March 2020, each Canadian province and territory declared their respective Declarations of Emergency one right after another. Beginning on March 14 until March 27, 2020.

Within 14 days, the entire country was locked down.

On March 17, 2020 when the province of Ontario, for example, made its declaration of emergency, there was only 1 COVID-19 “related” death in Ontario, and 2 in all of Canada.

The first COVID-19 “related” death was reported in B.C. on March 9, 2020. A man in his 80’s with reported underlying health conditions (CBC).

Ontario’s first COVID-19 “related” death occurred on March 11, 2020, a 77 year old man (Global News)

Canada’s population is nearly 38,000,000.

The Open Small Businesses group says with further and continual extensions to the Declarations of Emergency by all provinces and territories, it is now proven to be a sheer abuse of authority. The states of emergencies do not exist and never existed.