(LifeSiteNews) – The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) had what health officials officially define as a COVID outbreak at its main headquarters in October that apparently was not reported on by mainstream media.
On October 12, Toronto Public Health (TPH) noted the CBC’s main headquarters in Toronto as having a COVID outbreak, according to a Counter Signal report.
The outbreak at the CBC’s main office was declared after reports of at least two cases of COVID at the building in a two-week time frame.
TPH considers two or more cases at a workplace with 20 or more employees an “outbreak.”
The cases were listed as being detected between October 6 and October 12, according to TPH. The site now shows the outbreak has been declared over, but the number of cases was not made clear.
A look through historical COVID outbreak data on Ontario’s government website does show there were six cases of COVID at workplaces declared October 6 in Toronto, and eight cases on October 12. However, these numbers do not show the business names associated with the outbreak, only case counts and the fact they were at Toronto workplaces.
The Ontario government’s COVID outbreak data also show on average of around five new cases of COVID per day in October and early November at Toronto “workplaces,” although it is not clear how many of these were from the CBC headquarters.
Despite this, the CBC never mentioned the outbreak in any of its newscasts or online reports.
An internet search and a search on CBC’s main page for news stories regarding the outbreak yields only the results of a Rebel News and Counter Signal report regarding the outbreak.
The CBC appearing to not report its own COVID outbreak flies in the face of the fact that it has historically made it a point to report about COVID outbreaks in schools and other workplace settings.
Also of note is that the October 21 CBC announced that it would mandate the COVID jabs for all of its employees, even those who work remotely, along with essentially anyone doing business with the media outlet.
CBC staff have until December 1 to get the jabs or face potential job loss.
The CBC in mid-October had to apologize after it admitted it used COVID hospital training footage of a mannequin in an ICU on a ventilator in a video news segment to highlight the COVID situation in Alberta hospitals.
This happened after many pointed out the ICU dummy on social media as being suspicious.
Of note is that this apology from CBC Edmonton came on the same day the TPH listed the CBC Toronto head office as having a COVID outbreak.
In addition to the mainstream media not appearing to be as forthcoming with its COVID outbreaks, the Alberta government also got caught for lying that a 14-year-old died of COVID when in fact he died of terminal stage four brain cancer.
Alberta Chief Medical Officer Dr. Deena Hinshaw was forced to apologize for the incident.
The COVID-19 injections approved for emergency use in Canada, including the Pfizer jab for ages 12 and up, all have connections to cells derived from aborted babies. All four have also been associated with severe side effects such as blood clots, rashes, miscarriages, and even heart attacks in young, healthy men.