-Bring to light the ongoing harms that Canadians are experiencing due to government actions and inactions
-Give a voice to those that feel their cries for help are falling on deaf ears
-Receive scientific, medical and legal testimony as to alternative approaches that were ignored or even banned, which might have been pursued
-Create open and transparent dialogue and consultation with a cross-section of stakeholders
-Generate recommendations to ensure that Canadians never again experience the degree of loss, trauma, and disruption caused by the official response to COVID-19
As you navigate through the heart-wrenching testimonies from the 3 days, we encourage you to consider the decisions you might have made, were you in these individuals’ shoes. How different would your life be, if you would have been confronted by their situations and had to face the challenges each of them faced as a result of their choices?
Day 1 Opening Address with moderator, Trish Wood, award-winning journalist and panel members, Preston Manning, , former leader of the federal opposition (1997 to 2000), Dr. Susan Natsheh, MD, pediatrician, and David Ross, president of the Canadian Covid Care Alliance (CCCA).
Jaiden Weinrauch was barred from much of campus life, isolated and treated like “a freak” in her last year of university because she was unvaccinated.
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Hayley Weinrauch was isolated at university and given an ultimatum to get “vaccinated,” despite a heart condition.
Kayla Bishop is a university student injured by the “vaccine” after succumbing to financial pressures to get inoculated. She had initially resisted after researching the risk/benefit of an experimental gene therapy , esp. as a young, healthy person at little risk.
Henry Lu, university student and cancer/chemotherapy survivor, was denied a vaccine exemption and told the shot was “safe and effective” by his oncologist.
Irvin Studin spoke on the pandemic-period education catastrophe in Canada: 1. the mass ouster of “third bucket kids” from all forms of education, 2. massive lags in learning and education for much of the national student body; 3. the cruel boxing in & boxing out of young Canadians from sport & other social/recreational/formative activities
James Kitchen is one of a few Canadian lawyers helping university students fight unconstitutional vaccine mandates and exemption request denials. He describes the human rights violations and arbitrariness of the institutions’ mandates.
Dr. York Hsiang has only seen his mother, in a nursing home, 3 times due to restrictions. Despite having natural immunity, he’s unable to help his deteriorating mother.
Hugh Akoji, a traditional chief from New Brunswick, discusses the death of his niece, 39, whom he believes died of blood clots from the COVID “vaccine.”
Susan van der Rassle, unvaccinated and unable to visit her sister in rehab, is unable to get updates on her sister’s condition…in spite of mandates having been lifted.
David Shaw is unvaccinated and was twice arrested at a hockey rink trying to watch his 16yo son play. His son got “vaccinated” unbeknownst to him in order to participate in hockey tryouts.
Beverley Perley, a First Nations elder and nurse, discusses the coercive vaccine mandates implemented by her reserve chief.
Marjaleena Repo: “I am a stage 4 breast cancer patient denied healthcare because I am not able to wear a mask. The coronavirus mismanagement by governments has pushed me outside of society where I am now discriminated against. There is no “First, do no harm,” Hippocratic Oath for me, as I have been profoundly harmed and my life very likely shortened.”
Janina and Ryan Krienke’s daughter was diagnosed with severe hypocapnia and told not to mask. Despite this, she was required to wear one for her physically demanding competitive cheer training.
Chris Schaefer, a 28-year Occupational Health and Safety respirator specialist, “My clients include many branches of government and emergency responders…I needed to set the record straight on respirator protection and the hazards and harms of covering one’s mouth and nose with cloth and other materials.”
Scarlet Martyn is an unvaccinated paramedic fired for not getting the jab. She discusses the “pandemic” being reported in the news versus what she was seeing in reality on the job.
Greg Hill, fired 32-year pilot, “One of the most damning consequences of our unwillingness to ask good questions these past two years is the breathtaking compromise in entire sectors and institutions. In aviation, trust has been decimated in the airlines, unions and, most pointedly, Transport Canada. This is impacting our industry in concerning areas, including safety.
Sergio Molina, an unvaccinated, suspended postal carrier who believes in freedom of medical choice, details his experience as a letter carrier and the lack of support from his union, one that only seemed interested in representing corporate directives.
Beau Bedard, a Toronto college teacher, discusses his journey to being put on leave for not getting “vaccinated” and an institution deaf to evidence provided on vaccines and masking and adamant on compliance.
Leighton Grey, an Alberta labour lawyer, works for a firm representing thousands of workers against unconstitutional vaccine mandates, which “have nothing to do with health and nothing to do with science” and represent a political attack on the working class. He is currently in court against CMOH Deena Hinshaw over lockdown restrictions.
Audrey Vanderhoek, an unvaccinated RN from BC, discusses the “shameful” and “inhumane” experience she suffered as an unvaccinated RN in BC, eventually fired for not taking the experimental gene therapy, nonsensical hospital protocols and her case of long COVID.
Dr. Steven Pelech, a BC professor, discusses the extensive prevalence of natural immunity in the Canadian population, real-world vaccine efficacy and the troubling data showing decreasing immunity with subsequent “vaccinations” that may drive future waves of infections.
Allan Rouben, a lawyer, examines the validity, extraordinary powers and consequences given by the Emergency Economic Measures Order included in the Emergencies Act. The freezing of Freedom Convoy supporters’ bank accounts was extreme, unjustifiable and likely why the Emergencies Act was revoked.
Andrew MacGillivray, a Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) veteran, asserts that the greatest threat to the operational capabilities of the CAF is not from foreign entities but from federal government policies, including “vaccine” mandates.
Harold Ristau, a retired military chaplain, outlines how vaccine mandates hinder military operational effectiveness to compromise national security and how chaplains were ordered to act against their consciences, being restricted from giving religious exemptions.
Sam Preslevos, a corporate litigation lawyer, discusses the alarming fundamental breach of democracy manifested in “quarantine hotels” and the “weak” and “ambiguous” nature of Section 1 of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, whose imprecision has allowed mandates to continue.
Leslie Smith, a 34-year Ontario lawyer, filed a complaint against Canada’s top judge, Chief Justice Richard Wagner, for bias against protesting truckers. Having publicly condemned the Freedom Convoy in public statements, Wagner could potentially rule on cases related to truckers with what seems like a foregone guilty conclusion.
Day 2 Opening Address with moderator, Trish Wood, award-winning journalist and panel members, Preston Manning, , former leader of the federal opposition (1997 to 2000), Dr. Susan Natsheh, MD, pediatrician, and David Ross, president of the Canadian Covid Care Alliance (CCCA).
Dr. Chris Milburn says “the public health/government response to COVID was unbalanced, destructive, and had a negative risk-benefit ratio.” Physicians were gagged and had threats to reputation and livelihood from speaking one’s mind. “This was unhealthy, unhelpful, and led to a situation where the most hysterical voices were the most represented.”
Dr. Patrick Phillips: “I describe the rejection of my COVID vaccine adverse event reports that I sent in for 9 of my patients who came in with new or worsening symptoms following immunization. On top of the data not being submitted to Health Canada and Ontario’s adverse event reporting system, the CPSO and public health reprimanded me and have sent charges to the CPSO tribunal seeking the revocation of my medical license.
Dr. Chong Wang describes his patient encounters on the topic of the “safe and effective vaccines.” While trying to help them make an informed choice, he surmised that COVID was being used to drive a wedge between patients and their doctors.
Dr. Francis Christian, an esteemed surgeon, professor and journal editor-in-chief, discusses his questioning of the pandemic in April 2020 after seeing experts deplatformed and persecuted for sharing “misinformation” and the media being an arm of the government during “the greatest abuse of science and medicine that we have witnessed in centuries.”
Dr. Julie Ponesse, PhD, discusses the dismantling of our functioning democracy, as pharmaceutical companies and ad hominem attacks rule over reasoned debates. She also recaps her firing as an ethics professor from Huron University.
Jenn Gilbert and Jesse believe in natural health remedies; Jenn’s ex-husband is pro-vaccine. In her testimony, Jenn describes the acrimonious battle now facing many divorced families in which the judge sided with Jenn’s husband and ruled that she should get “vaccinated.”
Dr. Eric Payne uses a slide presentation to discuss the COVID vaccines, their (lack of) safety and effectiveness as well as the changed definition of what a vaccine was and now is.
Deanna McLeod testified to the flaws in the COVID-19 vaccines in children and the conflicts of interest at a national and global level.
Dr. Keren Epstein Gilboa has a PhD in developmental psychology with related research, publications, academic teaching and past clinical practice. The aim of the testimony was to provide insight into children’s social and emotional experiences for the past 2.5 years by comparing precepts of child development established prior to the 2020-2022 crisis to conditions that children endured due to the officially instated measures. She emphasized infancy and early childhood due to rapid brain growth during the first 45 months of life and the impact of this period on continued development.
Gail Davidson addressed Canada’s COVID response in the context of its commitments under Canadian and international human rights law. Many rights and freedoms during the “pandemic” were suspended, as Canada took an unlawful approach to dealing with a virus.
Max Daigle founded the Canadian Adverse Event Reporting System (CAERS). It collects and provides reports from individuals having possible adverse events, testimonies, and data collected from Canadians having taken the inoculation for Covid-19.
Annabelle Edge, a single mother of 2 young children, had a pre-existing condition severely exacerbated after “vaccination” and, needing to provide for her children, more severely after a second dose to gain employment. She has suffered immeasurably contemplating her own life, while receiving no support or acknowledgment from doctors that her current condition may be vaccine-induced.
Gordon Polevoy did his part and got “vaccinated.” Now, he’s physically disabled and suffering debilitating neurological impairments and psychological trauma. He has since been harassed, bullied, and admonished “for having the temerity to have an educated position contrary to the drunken zeitgeist.”
Kelly-Sue Oberle took 2 doses of COVID “vaccines” and suffered severe injuries, including multiple strokes, and permanent disabilities, including cognitive impairment and blindness in one eye. Now ridiculed for trying to bring attention to her case, she goes to bed every night with a slip of paper under her pillow that states: “I am a Kelly-Sue Oberle. I live at [address]. I belong to someone, and I matter”.
Dr. Arlene Singh-Dattoo is a college professor who took 2 COVID shots against her will to continuing teaching. She now suffers from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), which results in the progressive loss of control of voluntary muscles. Now out of work and without disability pay, she can no longer go anywhere alone due to her condition.
Kayla Jones: “Vaccine injury resulting in CNS Vasculitis, hospital stay, brain surgery, effect on myself and children. No help from government after not being able to work due to injury. Ongoing effects, lots of medicine. Loss of self confidence, PTSD, doctors not listening to me. Strokes and seizures.”
April Crocker, after suffering a permanently disabling “vaccine” injury after 2 shots, recants the nightmare that she now lives. She received no support from her doctor, who delayed reporting her adverse effects, labeled her “vaccine hesitant,” denied a medical exemption and told to get a third shot
Maria Gutschi reviews the regulatory assessment by the European Medicines Agency of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccines and the inadequacies, substandard manufacturing and safety issues identified
Deanna McLeod speaks again on the co-opting of medicine by government and Big Pharma, while detailing specifics in how medicine has become corrupted and patient safety and health sacrificed for profits.
Shawn Buckley, an Alberta lawyer, says the public has been pressured to participate in a massive human experiment for COVID vaccines that still do not have long-term safety data; all aided by unethical government messaging and coercive mandates.
Louis Browne, a Saskatchewan lawyer, speaks about informed consent and bodily autonomy. He also details the process of submitting a freedom of information request to help uncover the COVID narrative.
Tania (mother) and Nicole Minnikin. Tania discusses the tragic death of her 19yo daughter after vaccination and twice-vaccinated Nicole details 2 miscarriages, each occurring after dose 1 and dose 2.
Ryan Gassner’s 19-year-old daughter has a learning disability and autoimmune disorder. Without consent, she was vaccinated while thinking she was getting a test. Since then, she’s suffered suffered more that 150 seizures, “huge cognitive decline, resting heart rate of 140 BPM and sleeps 16 – 18 hrs a day.” She now lives back at home under 24/7 care and cannot go anywhere unsupervised.
Dan Hartman: “My 17-yr-old healthy son died 33 days after his first Pfizer dose. No cause of death was found.” Dan continues to seek answers for Sean’s death.
Sonya Anderson (Organizer) provides 2 important vehicles to promote change and shift conversations across Canada.
Day 3 Opening Address with moderator, Trish Wood, award-winning journalist and panel members, Preston Manning, , former leader of the federal opposition (1997 to 2000), Dr. Susan Natsheh, MD, pediatrician, and David Ross, president of the Canadian Covid Care Alliance (CCCA).
Myriam Boheimer, a family law lawyer from Quebec, testified that all decisions currently rendered in family law are in favour of the vaccination of children against Covid-19. The judges unanimously follow the public health recommendations and refuse to hear expert evidence or medical literature/studies.
Karen Kobel describes the unique situation in which she found herself injured by 1 dose and still “not fully vaccinated,” subject to all the restrictions that come with that status. She also details the hit to her livelihood, offering mental, emotional, spiritual and physical help, and the consequent loss to the community itself during COVID.
Josh Shulman and his wife had to close their family-owned restaurants to due COVID policies that made operations impossible. Looking to avoid further crippling debt, they closed their restaurants and are trying to reassemble their lives.
Lyndie Hill details the effect of mandates on her small business and others in her community, including immense financial hardships and lasting mental health impacts, esp. on children.
Richard Schabas, a former Ontario Chief Medical Officer of Health, says, “I have looked on in horror” in what he’s seen done in the name of public health during COVID. Harmful, never-before recommended pandemic measures have caused great damage, esp. children, the lowest-risk group for COVID.
Dean Allison, Colin Carrie, Nadine Wilson and Steve VanLeeuwen are elected representatives from across Canada discuss the failure of all levels of government to listen to and represent all constituents, sharing stories of the suffering experienced by their constituents.
Brook Jackson, Pfizer whistleblower, was a regional director for one of the clinical trial sites. After reporting breaches in data integrity and quality assurances, she was fired within 18 days of starting her job. She details her experience here.
Next Steps Task Force: Shawn Buckley, Richard Girgis, Max Daigle, and Preston Manning identify and diagnose the problems within the governments COVID response that allowed for the devastating impact on Canadians health, their lives and livelihoods with the Citizens’ Hearing panel to propose next steps to shift the narrative, change policies and hold elected officials accountable.