Do you love hot sauce?

Do you hate lockdowns?

Do you want to help local small businesses?

Try Purple Tongue Hot Sauce!
From @CorveseMichael:

"Purple Tongue Hot Sauce is the business we have started as a means to survive while we await the fate of our family business, “Ultimate Bingo”, located in North York, which was forced to close its doors in March, 2020."
"Sadly, we have not had the chance to reopen, and are at the mercy of the government who appears unwilling to help. During this time, we created this brand as a means to start something new while we continue to fight for the survival of our family business of 30+ years."
"If you like extreme hot sauces, please don’t hesitate to give us a try!"……

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11 Jun
Mortality in Canada (thread):

Here we have the total number of deaths in Canada and its regions over the past ten years.
Here we have the same chart you saw above now expressed as a rate per 100,000 people. Generally, a flatter trend in death rates would suggest that population growth may be a key factor driving growth in total deaths.
Looking at the past decade nationally, we see that it's natural for deaths in one year to exceed deaths in the previous year (blue line > 0%). Note that a year of low or negative growth is often followed by a year of much higher growth.
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2020/2021 seasonal comparison: Ontario and Québec covid-19 hospitalizations. Timing of rises/declines is aligned between provinces and year-over-year. Hospitalizations higher in 2021 than in 2020 in Ontario, but lower in Québec.
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Ontario covid-19 cases, deaths, and testing.
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Weekly all-cause deaths and deaths with/from Covid-19 in Ontario, 2010-2021 (subject to Statistics Canada reporting delay for all-cause deaths.)
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Nombre total de cas et de décès liés à Covid-19 au Québec.
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Cas cumulés en pourcentage des décès cumulés (taux de mortalité clinique) (ligne jaune).
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9 Jun
A short thread on freedom:

Since the Enlightenment, the philosophical foundation of Western civilization has been the idea that freedom is paramount and universal. The role of government is to maximize freedom and it is the right of all to enjoy freedom.
However, we accept specific and well-defined restrictions on freedom when doing so maximizes freedom overall. In a cost-benefit analysis, we may see that limiting some freedoms may actually increase overall freedoms at a societal level.
For example, my right to do as I please ends at your right to physical security and ownership of personal property. Being physically secure from others is the basis of personal freedom.
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