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Dr. Francis Christian

Dr. Francis Christian, also in Saskatchewan, commented that about this time last year he was a surgeon, in the University of Saskatchewan hospitals, and was

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Dr. Chong Wang

Dr. Chong Wong, in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, also faced problems with the “safe and effective mantra”. He met patients who had been subjected to abusive treatment,

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Dr. Patrick Phillips

Dr. Patrick Phillips, is currently suspended in Ontario for writing medical exemptions, prescribing Ivermectin, and reporting adverse events for “vaccine” injuries. He worked in the

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Dr. Chris Milburn

Dr. Chris Milburn (physician), in 2020 was the Chief of the ER for Eastern Nova Scotia, in charge of over a dozen ERs. Dr. Milburn questioned

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Day 2 Opening Address

The Citizens’ Hearing is “an independent inquiry into Canada’s response to Covid-19. We will hear evidence from scientists, legal experts, and healthcare providers, as well

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Leslie Smith​

Leslie Smith, a lawyer in Ontario for 34 years, and a judge for 17 years, took to task the bias of Chief Justice Richard Wagner

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Sam Preslevos​

Sam Presvelos, a corporate commercial lawyer in Toronto, spoke more as a concerned citizen. The “quarantine hotel” issue in particular alarmed him: people commanded, against

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Harold Ristau​

Harold Ristau, a retired military chaplain, also spoke powerfully of the effects of mandating “vaccines” on the Canadian military. Military chaplains were forbidden from providing

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Andrew MacGillivray​

Andrew MacGillivray, of the Canadian Armed Forces, outlined how the federal government is prepared to flush $800 million+ invested in training, and 2,000 years of

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Allan Rouben​

Allan Rouben, a lawyer, discussed the economic measures in the Emergencies Act. He noted the basic questions that are required to be asked, one of

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