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On 11/27/2020 at 10:36 PM, BeaverFever said:

Wait wait.... all of these stories about Trudeaus mishandling are from the mainstream media. How is this possible?  

I thought MSM is liberal propaganda????

So why don’t you care more?  Your worse than Trump supporters.   Trudeau could screw up vaccines on 5th avenue and you’d still support him!   :lol:

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Let's start with Trudeau's press conference yesterday, at which he lied and said Canada had no ability to produce vaccine. Canada does, in fact, have that ability. It has a number of large pharmaceuti

This is inexcusable.  People should be asking for his resignation at every press conference he holds going forward.

The Trudeau government chose to partner with China for vaccine development, testing, and manufacture early on (CanSino), but that didn't work out.   This is one of the reasons that Canada was late to

Pfizer Vaccine approved by Health Canada. 250,000 doses to be delivered this month. 


Totally inexcusable! :lol:


The federal government has given the green light to Pfizer-BioNTech's COVID-19 vaccine, a key step toward launching the biggest inoculation campaign in Canada's history.

Health Canada announced the approval Wednesday after scientists finished a two-month review of the company's clinical trial data.

"The data provided supports favourably the efficacy of Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine as well as its safety," the department said in its report authorizing use of the vaccine in Canada for people over the age of 16.

"The efficacy of the vaccine was established to be approximately 95 per cent. The vaccine was well tolerated by participants and has no important safety concerns. The benefit-to-risk assessment for Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine is considered favourable."

Canada is just the third country in the world to authorize the vaccine, after the United Kingdom and Bahrain. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration will decide tomorrow whether the vaccine is safe for use in the United States.

Dr. Howard Njoo, Canada's deputy chief public health officer, said Wednesday 249,000 doses of the two-dose Pfizer vaccine will be on hand by year's end — shots primarily earmarked for long-term care home residents and the staff working there. Njoo said as many as six million doses will arrive in the first three months of 2021.



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Oh, Boges, you're so easily satisfied. Just think of where we could have been if the Liberals hadn't screwed this up.

His government is sticking with its plan to spend $170-million upgrading existing National Research Council labs and to build a whole new facility at the government-run organization’s Montreal campus. Delays, however, mean the facility won’t be able to produce any doses of the vaccine until late summer, at the earliest.

Right next door to the NRC, on Royalmount Avenue in Montreal, is PnuVax, which sources familiar with the company say could have been ready to produce millions of doses of COVID-19 vaccine by the end of 2020.

Multiple industry sources told The Globe that with the right investments, upgrades and approvals, PnuVax could have been producing vaccines much faster than the NRC’s plan to start from scratch.


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23 hours ago, Boges said:

Pfizer Vaccine approved by Health Canada. 250,000 doses to be delivered this month. 


Totally inexcusable! :lol:



Lol, you’re a mouthpiece for the government.  I hope they’re paying you well!  So ABOUT 249,000 doses are EXPECTED, by the end of the year.  That vaccine requires 2 doses per person.  Keep the excuses coming, it’s entertaining!  At least you’ve moved away from the pathetic “it’s good other countries will get it first so they can work out the kinks” excuse.

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