The Ontario Science Table is full of conflicts-of-interest and countless ties to the University of Toronto. However, this piece will mostly focus on one person in the OST: Robert Steiner. From his OST profile, we get this interesting information.
While the Public Health Agency of Canada, or PHAC, had been covered, it seemed that no one person was taking credit for bringing it here. After all, it was a product of the 3rd Edition of the International Health Regulations, imposed by the World Health Organization.
A bit off topic, but another member of OST. Dr. Kwame McKenzie, was the Chair of the Research and Evaluation Advisory Committee of Ontario’s Basic Income Pilot. Yes, he test run what is now coming to Canada. Now, back to Steiner:
Just in case you missed it, here is the really important part. This is who Steiner claims to be:
Mr. Steiner also served as health and public health policy advisor and principal speechwriter for Paul Martin, during his Liberal Party leadership campaign and transition to being Prime Minister of Canada in 2003. He subsequently advised the Prime Minister’s Office and Cabinet on the creation of the Public Health Agency of Canada in 2004. In 2000, Mr. Steiner had managed the Liberal Party of Canada’s new media campaign in the period leading to and during the federal general election, working for Prime Minister Jean Chretien.
Steiner’s profile with the Ontario Science Table is interesting for a number of reasons. First, he has no medical or science background whatsoever. He is a political science graduate, who later got an MBA. While impressive, it doesn’t explain why the OST would have anything to do with him.
Second, Steiner’s role with the University of Toronto is related to journalism, not science. Again, a strange circumstance.
Third, he acted as a Health Advisor for the Liberal Party of Canada, despite no background in health or science. He claims to be responsible for bringing PHAC here. Strange, since he doesn’t list any affiliation with the United Nations or with WHO. If he was a lawyer, such a move might make sense.
Fifth, he created a company, Whitehall Principal Advisors, which was he supposedly ran while advising Paul Martin on the creation of PHAC. The company has since been shut down, and it’s unclear what, if anything, it ever did.
Now, what is Whitehall Principal Advisors? It used to be a Federally registered corporation. The corporation number was 4251334, and the business number 854746146RC0001. According to Corporations Canada, it was dissolved in 2008, and was delinquent for years in filing annual returns.
Whitehall Principal Advisors Inc 01 Directors
Whitehall Principal Advisors Inc 02 Registered Office
Whitehall Principal Advisors Inc 03 Incorporation
Whitehall Principal Advisors Inc 04 Filing
Whitehall Principal Advisors Inc 05 Dissolution
There isn’t really any information about what this corporation was supposed to be doing, and nothing in the available documents. Steiner was the only Director. Keep in mind, he was supposedly advising Paul Martin on the creation of PHAC during this time.
Whitehall may have been an entirely legitimate operation. And being closed for a decade can explain why there’s no information available. Still, given the timing, it’s worth asking if it was used as a way to pay for services rendered while advising Paul Martin on PHAC.
And here’s another interesting bit of information: Steiner spent years at the University of Toronto, Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy. So did Michael Ignatieff, and there is overlap in their tenure. Ignatieff was a Member of Parliament from 2006 until 2011, and even became Liberal Leader, and Leader of the Official Opposition. Ignatieff later went to work for Open Society, George Soros‘ outfit.
Steiner also interviewed Chrystia Freeland when her book “Plutocrats” was released. Interesting topic, since Freeland is now the Finance Minister, hell bent on redistributing everyone’s wealth with the Great Reset.
Robert Steiner is part of the Behavioural Science Working Group with the Ontario Science Table. Their job is come up with psychological and sociological techniques for getting people to comply with the agenda. They even provide scripts for what to say. The obedience training is right out in the open. Check the publication today, as it’s particularly interesting.
What do you think? Is this the man behind PHAC’s creation? Perhaps we should just take him at his word.
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