Vaccine injury compensation by Canadian Government as of June 2022

Vaccine injury compensation by Canadian Government as of June 2022

Vaccine injuries do exist. Our federal and provincial governments and public health ‘experts’ have assured us that the COVID-19 vaccines are “safe and effective”. Views to the contrary are silenced to various degrees.  

Furthermore, the government grants the vaccine manufacturers freedom from any liability claims. Essentially, pharmaceutical companies cannot be sued for any injuries due to their vaccines so the federal government allegedly steps up to pay compensation to those injured.

The silence on this issue was broken on June 7th, 2022 when the National Post featured a frontpage story of Ross Wightman from British Columbia. He is one of the first in Canada to receive compensation for vaccine injuries that have left him with long term paralysis due to Guillain-Barre Syndrome. This is an autoimmune disease, which means that the body’s immune system attacks itself rather than protecting it. You can read his story at this link–

The Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) collects adverse event reports for the Center for Disease Control (CDC) in the US. OpenVAERS is a website that reports the data in an understandable form. Through it, we can see that adverse events are unfortunately not that rare with the COVID-19 vaccines.

Scroll down the page to see that there have been more adverse events in the last two years due to the COVID-19 vaccines than the sum total for all other vaccines since 1990! Note also that about 7500 of the 28,500 deaths by early June, 2022 were within the first two days after getting the “vaccine.” According to the Canadian government’s definition, death does not qualify as a disability!

Here is the link to their page specific to Guillain-Barre Syndrome. Note that this problem has been recognized since flu vaccines were initiated in 1990. However, the case reports have exploded thanks to the COVID-19 vaccine initiatives.

In short, the COVID-19 vaccines are not as safe and effective as we are led to believe. Adverse events with these genetic vaccines are not as rare as we are told. What is uncommon is the government supporting their claim to insure those injured by the COVID-19 vaccination. The financial compensation is probably not the issue. Acknowledging the risks of these vaccines is more difficult.



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