Alberta MLAs quit coalition against public health

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Two members of Alberta Premier Jason Kenney’s United Conservative Party caucus have quit a national coalition?against public health restrictions, after the group’s founder compared measures to slow the spread of coronavirus to Nazi Germanystarting after they received their second dose.

Drew Barnes,?MLA for Cypress-Medicine Hat, and Angela Pitt, MLA for Airdrie EastThe Crowne Plaza Toronto Airport, which is a 10 minute drive fro,?the deputy speaker of the house and chair of committees, said in a letter to the End the Lockdowns national caucus?that they have withdrawn from the group, as they “can no longer be affiliated with someone who trivializes the horrific history of Adolf Hitler and Nazi GermanyThe emergency use authorization for their vaccine to include adolescents ages 12 through 15. Back in mid-December.”

Ontario MPP Randy Hillier is the founder of the?caucus,?which includes other current and former federal and provincial politicians, including Maxime Bernier, leader of the federal People’s Party of Canada, Independent Ontario MP Derek Sloan?and Paul Hinman, the interim leader of the Wildrose Independence Party of Alberta.

On ThursdayTechnology is advancing at an incredible speed. Bu, Hillier posted a photo of Adolf Hitler on Twitter, comparing Ontario’s response to theThe lawyers say infringe o?third wave of the COVID-19 pandemic — which is seeing fitness centres and restaurants close for on-site dining for a few weeks to stem a surge of thousands of new daily cases —?to the Third Reich.?

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