Montreal police issued more public health tickets in diverse neighbourhoods, study finds | CBC News

2022-05-23 11:30:00 PM

A study that analyzed 31,845 tickets issued for public health violations by Quebec police during the first 15 months of the pandemic found there was a higher concentration of fines in some of Montreal’s more diverse neighbourhoods.

A study that analyzed 31,845 tickets issued for public health violations by Quebec police during the first 15 months of the pandemic found there was a higher concentration of fines in some of Montreal's more diverse neighbourhoods.

A study that analyzed 31,845 tickets issued for public health violations by Quebec police during the first 15 months of the pandemic found there was a higher concentration of fines in some of Montreal’s more diverse neighbourhoods.

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Maybe those communities were not following the mandates? That goes for speeding and parking tickets too. You could never imagine how far the racism goes. It exists in every, I mean every part of Quebec society. If it were a decease the WHO would be screaming for a vaccine. Institutionalized racism in Quebec? I can’t believe it! They’re usually so tolerant there.

All of Montreal is a diverse neighbourhood No surprise because criminals like crime You mean poor neighborhoods. There you have it, covid policies are racist. We need segregation of these people. Well if diverse break the law more 🤷‍♀️🤷‍♀️ Oh wait… Sure there was … Wow, surprise surprise. Did those people have access and money? I doubt it.

Report all suspected monkeypox cases immediately, Ontario's top public health official ordersOntario’s top public health official issued issued an order to healthcare providers requiring them to report any possible or suspected cases of monkeypox to local authorities. Lmao lockdown! lol Another lockdown incoming

Lol screw yoy your conquer and divide doesn’t work anymore. defundthecbc 'The report calls particular attention to the 275 tickets issued to people who gave a homeless shelter as their home address. Poisson said 99 of those tickets were for curfew violations even though people experiencing homelessness were supposed to be exempt.' 🤦💔

So diverse people break the rules more? Likely the same in every major city in North America. Sad that so many tickets were issued for Covid -- never figured Qubecers for giving in to such BS - total Karen province So it it racism or are they just less compliant? Spit it out. No surprise here. are there statistics on the rate of compliance to health mandates or are the police just an easy target for lazy activists

It’s Quebec, what did you expect from that racist apartheid backwater provincial colony? Even France and the global French community look down upon that backwater. Maybe they should park legally?

Toronto probing 1st suspected case of monkeypox | Globalnews.caAn adult male resident in his 40's with recent contact with an individual who travelled to Montreal is being investigated, according to the city's public health department. Welcome to the MoneyPox hysteria. Belgium has already implemented a 21 day quarantine for those who are exposed. 5 reasons why you shouldn’t worry about Monkeypox virus and 2 antiviral drugs for treatment of it Do you ever wonder if maybe the company’s making vaccines are the ones releasing the virus.

No… really? 🙄🤣🤣🤣🤣 Were people in diverse communities less likely to follow COVID-19 protocols? Not a racism issue. People living in the more diverse neighbourhoods should learn to follow the laws. Yes, but were those areas targeted specifically for public health violations, or were the cops just targeting those areas like they always do and then noticing these violations? woof

Good business. Defund the police ACAB

Toronto Public Health investigating first suspected monkeypox caseHealth officials say the man had contact with someone who had recently travelled to Montreal Good lord🙄 I think they should investigate Rideau Hall, they'll find the culprit there..

After a pandemic renaissance, Canada's drive-ins still have stories to tell | CBC NewsMany enjoyed a resurgence in the last few years when restrictions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic forced entertainment outdoors. But with indoor theatres reopened, what’s the outlook for the country’s drive-in industry? I loved drive ins back in the day and so did my kids when I became a parent. I'd still go today if there were any around. Miss doing this. Some great memories of being at the drive in. Are you that out of touch? People don't have power and all you talk about is this bs? Do better. Report

Another tornado watch issued in Quebec after storm downs power lines, damages buildings | CBC NewsFollowing a fast-moving thunderstorm in Quebec Saturday that damaged buildings, uprooted trees and led to the death of a woman, Environment Canada has issued another tornado watch for the province's Eastern Townships and other regions, including Beauce and Montmagny-L'Islet. Tornado watches in NB at this time… that doesn’t happen a lot… “Toto…here Toto… honey have you seen Toto?” Well, could people get off their boats now? HMMM? We all got a message with a warning. Get off the boats. Look out another climate change event

Shanghai reopens some public transport, but remains on high COVID alert | CBC NewsShanghai reopened a small part of the world's longest subway system on Sunday after some lines had been closed for almost two months, as the city paves the way for a more complete lifting of its painful COVID-19 lockdown next week. Sane policies, made to seem onerous by conservative Media. This picture is of actors paid by the Chinese government the whole place is imploding with lockdowns and food shortages the people have started to revolt against government All those vaccinated people spreading it asymptomatic

Social Sharing .In a copy of the order, which was issued under section 77.Posted May 21, 2022 6:11 pm 2:08 Scientists trying to identify origins of Monkeypox cases detected in Canada Recent cases of the monkeypox have researchers in Canada and elsewhere in the world trying to figure out just how widespread the virus is.Create Free Account Toronto Public Health says it is investigating Ontario’s first suspected case of monkeypox.