Libby Znaimer is joined by Ontario NDP campaign director Michael Balagus.
The Ontario NDP party is introducing ads attacking the Ford government’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic. Michael explains this approach, weighs in on Premier Ford’s decision to invoke the notwithstanding clause and what his party’s strategy is ahead of the provincial election in 2022.
THE GREEN PARTY’S FAMILY FEUD AND THE FUTURE OF ANNAMIE PAUL’S LEADERSHIP
Libby Znaimer is joined by Jason Lietaer, Conservative Strategist and President of Enterprise as well as Robin Sears, NDP strategist and Principal of Earnscliffe Strategy Group.
The Green Party is grappling with an internal family feud that nearly put leader Annamie Paul’s leadership in jeopardy. We now know that Paul’s job is safe since the top brass of her party decided not to proceed with plans to oust her. The feud began when one of her top advisors, Noah Zatzman, openly accused some party members of antisemitism and discrimination in a social media post last month. Zatzman no longer works for Paul. But, can the party move past their philosophical differences moving forward? Our strategists weigh in on the latest.
SYMPTOMS CONNECTED TO mRNA COVID-19 VACCINES
Libby Znaimer is joined by Leanne Wright, Senior Vice President of Communications at ZoomerMedia followed by Dr. Belinda Curpen, Radiologist in the Breast Imaging Division of Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre and Dr. Chi-Ming Chow, attending staff cardiologist at St. Michael’s Hospital and a full professor in the Department of Medicine at the University of Toronto
Leanne details the large swelling she experienced on her underarm shortly after receiving her second Pfizer vaccine and the concerns she had about it.
Meanwhile, Ontario Public Health has reported at least three cases of Myocarditis, an inflammatory heart condition, in individuals under the age of 18 after they received an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine. Similar cases of this have been reported in both Israel and the U.S. Dr. Chow weighs in on this.