In their article, the authors highlight a number of valid reasons why people should be able to conscientiously object to COVID-19 genetic vaccines.
The CCCA’s Scientific and Medical Advisory Committee has written an open letter to all post secondary institutions in Canada expressing support for their objective for optimizing the health and well-being of their staff and students, and discouraging them from adopting new or renewed mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policies.
The CCCA’s Scientific and Medical Advisory Committee has written an open letter to the president of the University of Toronto, President Meric Gertler. The letter addresses many issues raised by mandating COVID-19 genetic vaccines for those wishing to live in campus residence this fall and requests he reconsider the decision to impose mandates which may cause harm to the campus community.
Sonya Anderson from Canada and 1st Lt. Mark Bashaw from the United States are both raising questions regarding the events of the Covid crisis and helping hold policy makers accountable.
An interview of Ms. Sonya Anderson, organizer of the recent Citizens’ Hearing.
Vitality magazine, the popular Canadian natural health publication, has published an article about CCCA’s Citizens’ Hearing,
An evidence- based critique of testing policies implemented in Long-Term Care (LTC) facilities in response to the COVID-19 outbreak, the assumption of asymptomatic transmission, and an overview of some of the potential harms.
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