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Old Posted Nov 26, 2020, 9:46 PM
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Have the RCMP waiting at the door to ticket every adult.

Have CFS waiting as a visible threat to take all kids away into temporary foster care for endangerment.

That should solve that issue.
Pastor Henry Hildebrand is no stranger to CFS:

https://www.theglobeandmail.com/news...ticle18416822/

He also had played a role in the death of his infant niece, refusing to take his brother's wife to the hospital, after developing complications in child birth. All in the name of "God."

https://culteducation.com/group/970-...orn-niece.html
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Old Posted Nov 26, 2020, 10:04 PM
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^ that pastor may be beyond help - but people usually come to their senses when the threat of losing your kids - if only for a few days - is real.
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Pastor Henry Hildebrand is no stranger to CFS:

https://www.theglobeandmail.com/news...ticle18416822/

He also had played a role in the death of his infant niece, refusing to take his brother's wife to the hospital, after developing complications in child birth. All in the name of "God."

https://culteducation.com/group/970-...orn-niece.html
This is a pastor from Ontario not the pastor in the Steinbach area, Tobias Tissen.
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This is a pastor from Ontario not the pastor in the Steinbach area, Tobias Tissen.
Well Hildebrand is controlling the shots, no matter where he is in Canada. Hildebrand is the one on video being critical of the RCMP, issuing statements to the media, and urging his parishioners to ignore Government orders. Hardly surprising, considering the fact that he has a long history of this type of behavior.


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He's exploiting the media's attention... this is a publicity/recruitment stunt and nothing else.
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I wonder if Canadians complained about their "rights" being violated, when they closed the churches during the Spanish Influenza.

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... better yet - They should have an enforcement officer at the door. As people enter they have to show ID. They are all recorded and if any contract Covid and require hospitalization they will be refused medical attention. They can be instructed that based on their beliefs, Covid is a media hoax and that their symptoms are not real.

See ya in the after-life....or whatever
Ya I mean if god is in control they shouldn't need to go to a hospital anyway right?
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Well Hildebrand is controlling the shots, no matter where he is in Canada. Hildebrand is the one on video being critical of the RCMP, issuing statements to the media, and urging his parishioners to ignore Government orders. Hardly surprising, considering the fact that he has a long history of this type of behavior.

At the end it is signed Paster Henry Hildebrandt (No Relation), no relation to whom?
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ICU capacity near 100% in Saskatchewan.

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In a media release, the SHA says surging to the forecasted peak will require it to create around 200 more beds for COVID patients than currently exist in all the hospitals outside of Saskatoon and Regina combined.

The SHA says with active cases more than doubling in the last month, current surge plans call for the SHA to add staff to enable effective contact tracing to 450 cases per day and possibly more.
Issue is that people have too many contacts, and they can't keep up with tracing:

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“Unfortunately over the last month, some of our investigations have revealed that some individuals have as much as 150 contacts for a single positive case … It’s likely we’re going to see increased pressure,” Livingstone said during a media conference.

He says that calculating based on the latest data on average number of contacts, 450 cases per day would create 72,000 hours of work for contact tracers over a two-week span, or an average of more than 5,000 hours per day.
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“If our current trajectory is left unchecked, we would see COVID acute-care demand essentially account for half of all of our acute-care beds across the entire system over the next four to six months,” he said. “Likewise, for the same period, COVID ICU demand would be five times our current total capacity system.”
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At the end it is signed Paster Henry Hildebrandt (No Relation), no relation to whom?
The letter is from Heinrich Hildebrand of Steinbach, but media inquiries are to be directed to Henry Hildebrand in Aylmer, ON. I'd presume that's the reason for the (no relation) note.
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The letter is from Heinrich Hildebrand of Steinbach, but media inquiries are to be directed to Henry Hildebrand in Aylmer, ON. I'd presume that's the reason for the (no relation) note.
Thanks, I didn't catch that.

Also, Province just annouced supports to low/middle income, $25/hr or less qualify, frontline workers which will see them paid an addition $5/hr from Nov. 1 - Jan 10.

https://news.gov.mb.ca/news/index.ht...ted=2020-11-27
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MANITOBA COVID-19 UPDATE NOV. 27:

- 344 new
- 15,632 total
- 8,865 active
- 280 dead
- 14 new deaths
- 322 hosp, 45 ICU

- 6,487 recovery
- 345,708 tests
- 3,110 YDA
- TP 14.5%

New cases:

Winnipeg - 177
Northern - 74
Southern - 65
Interlake-Eastern - 15
Prairie Mountain - 13

New outbreaks:

- Misericordia Health Centre on its Transitional Care Unit C6 in Winnipeg
- Grace Hospital Unit 4 South in Winnipeg
- Kin Place Personal Care Home in Oakbank.
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You're really seeing the uptick in the rest of the province whereas Winnipeg finally seems to be levelling off somewhat. Well, let's say more stable.
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MANITOBA COVID-19 UPDATE NOV. 28:

- 487 new
- 16,118 total
- 9,024 active
- 290 dead
- 10 new deaths
- 327 hosp, 44 ICU
- 6,804 recovery
- 348,768 tests
- 2,640 YDA
- TP 14.2%


New cases:

Winnipeg - 307
Southern - 104
Northern - 38
Interlake-Eastern - 23
Prairie Mountain - 15

New outbreaks:

- Health Sciences Centre on GD4 in Winnipeg
- Manitoba Developmental Centre in Portage la Prairie.
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MANITOBA COVID-19 UPDATE NOV. 29:

- 365 new
- 16,483 total
- 9,172 active
- 301 dead
- 11 new deaths
- 336 hosp, 44 ICU

- 7,010 recovery
- 352,437 tests
- 3,158 YDA
- TP 13.3%


New cases:

Winnipeg - 241
Southern - 71
Northern - 27
Interlake-Eastern - 17
Prairie Mountain - 9
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Hopefully those graphs have hit the peak and are on their way down. Or staying level I guess. Pink one can go down.
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those are great charts, thank you. It shows that winnipeg has been flattened for a few weeks now. Hopefully it starts to retreat so we can start hockey in the new year.
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The curve is flattening but TP rates are still crazy high... we have to bring those back down to earth.
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