There has been a lot discussed about Australia’s insane lockdown policies but let’s not sleep on Canada. Commie heartthrob Justin “I Feel Pretty” Trudeau and other leaders did plenty to flex their authoritarian muscles in the name of public health. There were calls to monitor people having conversations in public to curb misinformation. Guidelines were put in place to isolate your children in your own home. Also, the use of a “glory hole” was recommended for people looking to practice safe sex. Now, we hear that Canada was spying on most Canadians via their cellphones. By most, I mean 87% of them.
Conservative MP John Brassard is speaking out.
“The Public Health Agency of Canada confirmed media reports just before Christmas that it had secretly accessed location data for 33 million mobile devices to monitor the movement of Canadians during COVID-19. That number represents roughly 87 percent of the population who were spied on without any knowledge that the government was accessing their data.”
This was only brought to light when a proposal was published showing Public Health Agency of Canada officials wanted to continue collecting data for five more years. In December, a spokesman for PBHA admitted to The National File that they were collecting the data, quote, “due to the urgency of the pandemic.” The spokesman went on to say they are looking to understand possible links between the movement of people within Canada and the spread of the ‘rona.