Update: (November 18, 2020) After publication of this news story, Tides Canada contacted us by email. They state they moved out of the office building at 215 Spadina Avenue last year, although their name remains in the building door entry system and on the building's directory of tenants.
Tides Canada also told us that they do not receive or disburse “cash” from George Soros. In fact, the Tides Foundation (the parent of Tides Canada) has received more than $22 million from Soros foundations.
The vote tabulation company at the centre of several controversies surrounding the legitimacy of the American presidential election shares an office floor with the Tides Foundation.
Tides, which recently changed its name to Make Way, is an extreme left eco-radical charity that directs cash supplied by George Soros to smaller groups and organizations to advance the globalist agenda of Soros.
Dominion Voting has come under fire after their vote tabulation machines created a 6,000 vote swing in a single Michigan state county. The same machines and software were used in every single county in Georgia and in several other swing states that just sent their electoral votes to Joe Biden (for now).
Rebel News was on location inside the Dominion Voting building located at 215 Spadina Avenue in Toronto, and my camera crew and I were actually removed by a building manager.
But before he stopped us for committing the heinous offence of journalism, we learned that Tides and Dominion requested the building manager remove all signage and references to their shared building occupancy. Why would they do that?
The close working relationship that the company and charity have raises even more questions about the security of the American election.
Are the radical employees of George Soros able to access the same desks, filing cabinets, servers, and Wi-Fi of Dominion Voting? Are any extra security protocols taken to ensure no voting data or proprietary information is protected? Of all the office space in the world, why has Dominion Voting occupied that office space since 2013?
Further to the suspect office floor sharing, Dominion Voting also showed their hand when documents surfaced showing they donated between $25,000 and $50,000 to Hillary Clinton’s personal foundation, a charity tied closely to the Tides Foundation. George Soros actually donated over $9.5M to Hillary Clinton’s election campaign.
Rebel News called Dominion Voting and the Tides foundation office several times, and spoke with employees outside of their offices.
In all cases, they either refused to answer or even pick up the phone. We left messages and will update this story if they ever get back to us.
Dominion Voting’s website features a string of denials to the mounting mainstream coverage of voter fraud in the American Election. On it, Dominion states “Dominion has no company ownership relationships with any member of the Pelosi family, the Feinstein family, or the Clinton Global Initiative,” this is despite the fact that they donated tens of thousands of dollars to the Clinton-operated charity.
Dominion also maintains that “assertions of voter fraud conspiracies are 100 per cent false.”