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Updated: August 29, 2023

May 2020: Times are very serious. I have started adding links again based on shared, common interests and concerns, focusing on the more immediate topics. I expect there to be a lot of online attacks on “alternative” views due to the same powerful monopoly interests. I am just trying to post the ones I have some familiarity with. You are welcome to recommend links, articles and videos. Please report suggestions below or problems with links. Thank you.

No endorsement is necessarily implied.

Part 1: Recommended Alternative Sources
Part 2: Mostly Official and Mainstream Organizations

Part 1

My Twitter Feed is:

Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms

One of my COVID summaries, others on home page.

Possibilities for COVID Legal Assistance

General Topics, Para-politics, COVID, Health/Nutrition/Survival

Information on Nutrition and Health, etc.

For Official Information on Vaccines and Other Health-Related Issues, see Resources.

Additional Canadian Freedom/Truth Groups

See disclaimer below
Canadian COVID Care Alliance
New Blue Party of Ontario
People’s Party of Canada
Ontario Civil Liberties Association
Canadian Frontline Nurses ( (Facebook group)
Appel à la liberté / Action Citoyenne Pacifique
Police on Guard for Thee: “We are a group of active duty and retired police officers who have assembled to create a haven of truth and justice for all members.”
Perth Public Sanity: for Perth County, Ontario (including Stratford)
Overpasses for Canada
Chris Sky

If you are like-minded and are serious about networking with others for mutual support, please contact me personally and I can try to get you in touch with someone if possible. Certain groups are not public.

Note: I have concerns about false opposition, possibly false dialectics (intentional or not) about the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, for example, and I’m unsure about some alternative ideas concerning Common Law–based on expert opinions I have heard.

I take principles more seriously than laws and Charters. I understand “natural” principles and I think that’s how we reason about laws. Laws can be very wrong, and some of them can be very old and wrong–or very new and wrong–because they’re based on the will to power and not principle.

I also know that the political system, in Canada for example, is not in the hands of the public as it should be, so I don’t overestimate its value. I think the political system can be used positively but it depends on the public being better informed, which is a more important focus.

Political pressure could be brought to bear on the problematic Oath required to sit in Parliament and provincial legislatures. This illustrates how big the gap is between the changes we need and our present situation in which many are not aware of the basic problems.

I try to link to different kinds of groups and make friends with all sorts, I listen to other arguments, I maintain my preferences. We want to look for common ground and unite, not divide.

I think the global agenda has been to break down the current nation states and undermine local sovereignty–to break down the walls of our fortresses–nation states, religions, families–which is the post-World War II agenda described by globalists like Julian Huxley.

I think we are headed in the direction of having to live in parallel societies, but in the meantime we should try to convince those who can heal the system and possibly make it work for all of us. We need to grow in numbers and keep working for common ground with as many Canadians as possible and with everyone we can internationally.

Part 2

Organizational Resources and Information Sources including Government and Mainstream News

Health: Currently Relevant
US: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
US CDC: Vaccine Safety Datalink (VSD)

Governments: Canada: Federal (and Government-related Information)
Canada Gazette
Canada News Centre (Government News) (old: (new: – Legislation
Canada’s Parliament
The Constitution Act, 1982
Criminal Code (May 25, 2018)
Laws of Canada
The Supreme Court of Canada – Documents & Judgments
Supreme Court Home Page
Canadian Patents Database
Bank of Canada
CanLII: The Canadian Legal Information Institute (by Federation of Law Societies of Canada) – Canadian law online

Provincial, Territorial and Municipal Governments
British Columbia
New Brunswick
Newfoundland and Labrador
Northwest Territories
Nova Scotia
Ontario Government Newsroom
Ontario Legislature
Ontario Ombudsman
Toronto City Update
Prince Edward Island
Québec (new:, old:

Canadian Non-government
C. D. Howe Institute
Canadian Constitution Foundation
Canadian Foreign Policy (and links)
Canadian Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic
Canadian International Council (= CFR = RIIA / formerly Canadian Institute of International Affairs: past source:
Consumers Association of Canada
Democracy Watch (Ottawa)
The Fraser Institute
MacKenzie Institute
Ontario Coalition Against Poverty (
Polaris Institute (
Power Corporation of Canada
Royal Society of Canada
Science for Peace (Canada) ( (now

Amnesty International (
Aspen Institute
Bahá’í Faith
Bank for International Settlements
Biometrics Consortium – Publications
Biosphere 2
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Chatham House / Royal Institute of International Affairs (RIIA = CFR) ( (History)
City of London Corporation
Council on Foreign Relations (CFR = RIIA)
Earth Charter Initiative
European Union
Free Trade of the Americas
Institute for Communitarian Policy Studies
IMF International Monetary Fund
International Helsinki Federation for Human Rights
International Monarchist League & Constitutional Monarchy Association
Charles G. Koch Foundation
A to Z of Nanotechnology
The National Center for Public Policy Research
National Security Agency
NATO NATO Press Releases NATO Review NATO Update
One World Trust (
Open Society Archives (
Optimum Population Trust
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
Rand Corporation
Reform the UN
Responsibility to Protect
Rothschild Foundation
Secular Humanism
Society of Professional Journalists (
SPP News
The Trilateral Commission
United Nations Human Rights
United Nations Population Division
UN Press Releases & Meetings Coverage
University World News
The World Bank
World Citizen Foundation
World Federalist Movement and Institute for Global Policy
World Government of World Citizens
World Health Organization (WHO)
World Trade Organization

News: Canada
Toronto Star
Bourque Newswatch (original:
Canada Free Press
Canoe (
CBC News
CTV News
Embassy Magazine
Esprit de Corps
The Globe and Mail
Google News Canada
Google News “Canada”
Google News “Ontario”
The Hill Times (
London Free Press
National Post Canadian Newspapers
Norman’s Spectator
Public Eye Online (B.C.) (
MSN News
Toronto Free Press
Toronto Star
Toronto Sun
Yahoo News Canada

U.S. Government
Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty (U.S. Congress)

News: U.S. / International
The Big Index of Global Newspapers
BBC News (U.K.)
Banking Industry Today (EIN)
Boston Globe
Boston Herald
Channel 4 News (U.K.)
Daily Mail
Drudge Report
Guardian (U.K.)
Google News
The Independent (U.K.)
International Herald Tribune
New York Times World Newspapers
Sydney Morning Herald (Australia)
Tech Law Journal
Washington Times

Google Ngram Viewer (usage of phrases)
OneLook Dictionary Search | Dictionaries Indexed by OneLook Internet Archive
Wayback Machine
Merriam-Webster OnLine Dictionary
Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
The Century dictionary and cyclopedia
Websters 1913
A Dictionary of the English Language, Samuel Johnson, 1755
Oxford Dictionaries

Books for Sale

Other Search Engines: Alternatives to Google

Internet Tools |

Online Books
What Is True? /Canadian Liberty Library: Online Books

Previous Links Pages
Links (Newer)
Links (Older)

Additional Research Tools (June 23, 2019)

Parliamentary Historical Resources: Search Tool

The Canadian Parliamentary Historical Resources portal includes all debates, journals and committee documentation of the Senate and the House of Commons from the 1st Session of the 1st Parliament (1867) until coverage at begins . . .

Parliament of Canada:

Library of Parliament:

Canadian Research Knowledge Network:

Office of the Information Commissioner of Canada:

Library and Archives Canada (original:

Official Information: Health and Vaccines
to be updated

Academic/University and Other Resources

Using deep web search engines for academic and scholarly research

Trent University, Ontario (as example)

Trent University Library & Archives (example) All Guides at Trent University Library A-Z Database – can set “All Database Types” to “Available to the Public”

Online Journal Searches

Directory of Open Access Journals

Online Journals and Books

Science Direct:

Taylor & Francis Online:

Oxford Academic Journals:

U.S. National Library of Medicine:

Internet Archive and WayBackMachine:

The Black Vault – many declassified documents:



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