The Government of Canada is exploring the setup of more than 25 Quarantine/Isolation sites across the country.
Canadians that thought they flattened the curve in April 2020, will be surprised to learn that the federal government is seeking “advice and guidance” for the setup and operation of quarantine sites which could be used into 2022.
According to the official tender, the government will use the current Emergency Order in Council to create the quarantine facilities and isolate travelers arriving in the country.
However, numerous readers of the request, including Ontario MPP Randy Hillier, have pointed out some ominous wording which could expand the use of the quarantine sites to isolate anyone the government wishes – including those opposed to the lockdown restrictions and anti-vaxxers.
It reads: “At this time, the DQS are being used to address the COVID-19 fourteen day quarantine requirements for international travellers not having a suitable place to isolate. Over time, the use of the DQS may be temporarily discontinued until needed again by the Government of Canada or may be used for other requirements.”
Hillier’s request for more information on the use of the camps was met with silence by the Ontario Convervative Party, fueling the idea that Justin Trudeau’s government could be setting the stage for tyranny on a grand stage.
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