Jenn Gilbert, in Alberta, spoke of her and her partner’s previous marriages, on seeking natural health remedies, and seeking alternatives for their health. Jenn’s ex-husband objected to her natural treatments for their daughter. When Covid struck, she paid increasing attention to those who were not being heard, and questioned how the “vaccines” were being rushed, and had no long-term testing. She also questioned the masking of her daughter in school. Her ex-husband is very much pro-vax, and considers Jenn to be “paranoid” for thinking that there are aspects to be questioned, and told her he thought she was being “a little nuts”. Jenn’s new partner, Jesse, prefers natural health like Jenn, and is attracted to holistic and natural practices. He works in Occupational Health and Safety. Clean food and exercise are powerful solutions to many health problems, he learned. Jenn and her ex-husband disagreed on the “vaccination” of their daughter. He wanted their parent coordinator, who has arbitration rights, to make a final decision. Jenn threatened to go to the courts, as did the husband, which is where the case ended up. Jenn’s lawyer was pessimistic about their chances, and pressed Jenn to find reasons why her daughter specifically should not be “vaccinated”. Specialists they visited encouraged “vaccination”. Dr. Eric Payne, whom she met eventually via the CCCA, wrote an affidavit. In the end, the judge sided with the government, that her child should get the shot because the government says so, as her daughter might be that one in a million children who could die from Covid.
In response to questions from the panel, she urged concerned parents not to give up. She resolves to continue trying to get the truth out there. She does not regret going to court, and notes there have been some successful cases in Ontario—which her Alberta judge asserted were not relevant to her case in Alberta.