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Carly Chalmers
🎉 Joy is my middle name | 👩‍💻 Marketing Manager | Tech | Toronto | Arts | Environment | she/her
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Carly Chalmers 1h
Replying to @mdot2theg
And just asking everyone nicely to stay home instead of paying frontline workers - those who can’t work from home - to stay home. This government loves to start the fire to try and look like the hero who put it out.
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Carly Chalmers 1h
Replying to @richard680news
Let’s call Wales and ask how they did it.
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Carly Chalmers 5h
This.👇 You can also go golfing, get married, have no curfew, be outside for as many hours per day as you like, buy any item at the grocery store... We’ve never had a true lockdown, and we don’t have one now.
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Carly Chalmers 7h
I always wondered what would happen to the Earth if we all stopped flying, stayed home more. We now have the answer. This further proves that our actions are not the problem. It’s the fossil fuel industry that’s killing the planet.
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Carly Chalmers 7h
Ironic that this will be the holiday season where everyone truly understands the greatest gift of all is spending time with friends and family, but we (most likely) won’t be able to gather together.
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Carly Chalmers 17h
Replying to @AbirDalati
I get it! I made my husband come across the apartment to admire the rubber plant’s new leaf today 🍃
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Carly Chalmers 17h
I actually moved between Lockdown 1 and Lockdown 2, so I don’t. Happy Lockdown Eve, Toronto!
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Carly Chalmers Nov 21
Disappointing response from and the city. I am glad the Tiny Shelters will continue to be part of the solution.
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Carly Chalmers Nov 21
Replying to @CFIB
So sad. I had a similar interaction today with an indie retailer in Bloordale.
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Carly Chalmers Nov 21
Replying to @carlyjchalmers
Also if my logic on this is flawed, lmk
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Carly Chalmers Nov 21
Next lockdown got me thinking: did we flatten the curve last time because we closed schools and non-essential businesses, or because so many were able to receive CERB and stay home? 🤔 I guess this is almost like an A/B test...
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Carly Chalmers Nov 21
I had the same thought
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Carly Chalmers retweeted
Moriarty Lab Nov 21
As of Nov 20, here are the odds of death in Canadians diagnosed with Without the help of every single one of us, many more will die. Protect your loved ones, neighbours, friends, colleagues and fellow Canadians. If you can, STAY HOME
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Carly Chalmers Nov 21
Lunch today was a gingerbread latte. 😋
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Carly Chalmers Nov 21
Replying to @viraniarif
Love that they’re still around, I went when I was a kid.
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Carly Chalmers Nov 21
Replying to @carlyjchalmers
Also, what about the “mental toll” of people in York region who are concerned about rising infection in their community? Did you consider that?
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Carly Chalmers Nov 21
A lot of people in Toronto seem to understand that they can just drive or even take the TTC to York region for shopping malls, haircuts, and indoor dining. we can all see the cracks in this lockdown, do you not see them too?
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Carly Chalmers Nov 21
Replying to @maritstiles
This was in your neighbourhood, thought you might be interested to know. Thank you for already fighting for small businesses and supporting them.
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Carly Chalmers Nov 21
Replying to @fordnation
If loves the economy and small businesses as much as he says he does, he would have implemented lockdown weeks ago.
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Carly Chalmers Nov 21
Visited a local indie retailer today. Said the only thing she’s frustrated about lockdown is that it didn’t happen sooner (so she might have had better sales for Christmas). Said it’s frustrating to hear Ford continuously say he “does more for small business than anyone.”
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