In the fall of 2021, all universities and colleges across Ontario implemented a policy requiring covid jabs as a condition of being on campus, and in some cases as a condition of learning on line. If the covid jab is truly only a recommendation as Dr. Kieran Moore, Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer of Health stated on On February 17, 2022 (see video below), why was there such a blanket policy across the province?
“The person responsible for a business or organization that is open shall operate the business or organization in compliance with the advice, recommendations and instructions of public health officials, including any advice, recommendations or instructions on physical distancing, cleaning or disinfecting.”
Therefore, all recommendations are in fact, mandates. Why would a public health official give misleading information?
The Council of Medical Officers of Health (CMOH) were surely fully aware that any of their recommendations would automatically become mandates under the Reopening Ontario Act when they made the following statement:
The full letter:
It is interesting to note that only a few days later, on August 30, 2021, the CMOH issued another instruction (see below) that detailed that only medical exemptions would be acceptable and that an “education” session would be permissible in lieu of taking the jab or submitting an exemption. (Below Page 2, Required Precautions and Procedures, Item 1c.)
In September, 2021, no universities or colleges offered an Education Session despite the option being clearly laid out in the CMOH letter. Why?
While many students had submitted medical exemptions, some that met the outlined criteria were denied. When a student meets the criteria as stated in the letter below, how is it that someone who is not invested in their medical care, who does not have their full medical history and who bears no consequence for adverse events of the shot, and who has a written notice from a medical practitioner advising that the shot is not safe, have the right to overrule the formal medical recommendation?
Further, the notice states that exemptions in accordance with the Human Rights Code would also need to be honoured which would include exemptions for reasons of religion or creed. The denial rate for religious exemptions is very high. Again, how is it that these institutions have the right to deny the validity of someone’s Charter protected, individual beliefs?
We must insist that universities and colleges release information that provides transparency of their data because there is concern that universal denials were unilaterally implemented.
Further to that, a recent law suit in the US forced the FDA to disclose confidential Pfizer documents that listed over 1200 different serious reactions to the covid jab that were known in February 2021. As Health Canada and the US-FDA work closely together, it seems difficult to believe that Health Canada was not made aware of this trial data. Yet, Health Canada worked to remove the Interim Use Authorization and went on to grant approval for these shots. Even as the Pfizer Data has been available for weeks, the Health Canada website still states:
“All COVID-19 vaccines authorized in Canada are proven safe, effective and of high quality.”
Many post secondary institutions are now lifting their mandates as of May 1 with a stipulation that they may be brought back at any time.
Accountability and transparency must be demanded.