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Flat White

From Canada, with madness

<i>The Covid safety regime highlighted how intensely ‘Mother States’ dislike independent men</i>

2 September 2022

1:14 PM

2 September 2022

1:14 PM

The moment I knew we had passed over into complete Covid infantilisation occurred last May 2021, when Dr. Bonnie Henry, British Columbia’s chief health officer and a much-celebrated ‘woman who led us through the pandemic’ announced that she was mulling a special British Columbia Hug Day. Those of us who had supposedly been waiting throughout the previous 14 months for government permission to hug were to be grateful for Dr.

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