FUREY: Enforcing nonsensical coronavirus rules

Most Canadians can agree that some of the coronavirus rules enforced by the government make sense. For example, getting tested for the virus prior to entering a long-term care home makes sense and should be properly enforced and followed.

However, there are some rules that the government is enforcing that are leaving many Canadians scratching their heads. For example, arresting a restaurant owner for operating his business.

Anthony Furey discusses in his latest video.

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