Autism Revolution. Why we will look to replace Federal and Provincial Governments?

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#AutismAware and I happen to vote in #Canada and #Ontario. I will also look to vote in whatever Municipality I land in the long term. In this piece, we will explore my injury, the services I was denied for #Accessibility as well as the need for CBD and #MedicalMarijuana reform.

Dedicated to: Diana Skye , Alana Julia , Suzanne Duma , Pat Deroy & Randy Deroy

Both the Provincial and Federal government can consider themselves marked by the Autistic Political community. The management of the Coronavirus has happened to our detriment. As a result of the high levels of precautions I have gotten a job injury at Giant Tiger June 8th 2018 at 656 Gardiners rd Kingston Ontario. This is a dispute for which I started a Cyber Security Marketing Happening targeted towards Jenifer Boutilier Kingston Ontario.

This is an article in progress. It will explore the Pandemic in relationship to Autism. It will include our opinions on Governance both Provincially, Municipally and Federally. This will explain a crucial need for a sweeping Socialist Reform in Governance. As well as explain Business, political, medical and technological variables impacting the lives of Autistic people through the eyes of Ashton Deroy.

Vote for Meryam Haddad!

Research Citations

(Ivison, Trudeau: The Education of a Prime Minister 2019)

(Herbert & Weintraub, The Autism Revolution)

Check your cannabis bud from OCS and medical providers! Mold Problem according to Jacqui

Ashton Deroy writes: This is an emergency notice to my many Stoner friends on this blog! Right now there is a problem with Ontario Cannabis where people are receiving buds with mold. The OCS should be aware of this issue and re-fund receivers upon receiving it. Please do not smoke tainted recreational cannabis!

My social media ally Jacqui @Honieebean 

Has been communicating this issue out through her Instagram. I think that is so important and I praise her for doing this. Over the weekend we will continue to announce this issue & hold a discussion on the problem. I think it is important for me as a cannabis advocate to be on this issue and communicating actively.

“When in doubt, throw it out!”