(by Jack Bingham | LifeSite News) – Saskatchewan has become the first province in Canada to announce firm dates for the removal of all so-called COVID-19 measures.   On Tuesday morning, Premier of Saskatchewan Scott Moe followed through with his plans to axe all COVID-19 measures in the province, setting the date for the end of the vaccine passport for February 14, with mandatory masking gone by February 28. Moe also indicated that other governments will likely follow Saskatchewan’s lead in removing all public health directives soon, including the notoriously pro-mandate federal government.   “I knew that this [vaccine passport] policy would […]

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