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"Health Care Workers Settle COVID Shot Mandate for $10.3 Million"

Updated: Nov 17, 2022

Sent: July 29, 2022 9:36 AM To:;;;;;; Cc:;;;; Gray, Tracy - M.P. <>;;; Subject: "Health Care Workers Settle COVID Shot Mandate for $10.3 Million"

Good morning Drs Henry and Tam, Ministers Duclos and Alghabra, Premier Horgan and Mr. Dix,

Just wanted to provide you with this wonderful news item that I received this morning: As you can see, NorthShore University Health System just settled a class action brought by health care workers over a mandatory COVID-19 vaccine requirement for more than $10.3 million. The class action was filed by health care workers who were unlawfully discriminated against and denied religious exemptions for declining this “vaccine”. It is interesting to me that NorthShore settled this claim for a few reasons: (a) it sets a horrible precedent for other US medical providers with similar mandates, and (b) it is highly unlikely that NorthShore would have settled unless it realized its chances of winning in court were slim.

As you know, Canada’s federal and provincial vaccine mandates for citizens and health care workers have similarly omitted any opportunity for their targets (victims?) to decline medical coercion based on their religious beliefs. As you are also likely aware, the principle of religious freedom is quite similar in both the US and Canada. I wonder how a court would rule on this same issue in Canada? (No need to speculate, of course – barring some biased Liberal-judge shenanigans, Canadian courts are scheduled to render several very freedom-favourable decisions in the next year – starting with Peckford v Minister of Transport in September.)

As an aside, did you know that in the UK, COVID-vaccinated kids are 4423% more likely to die of any cause, and 13,633% more likely to die of COVID-19, than their unvaccinated counterparts? And did you know that the leading cause of death in Alberta for 2021 was “other ill-defined and unknown causes of mortality” – a category that was not even defined previous to 2019? I’m sure the numbers in other provinces are quite similar, unfortunately I have not yet been able to crunch those numbers. The lines between negligence, gross negligence and manslaughter are starting to get a tad blurred, wouldn’t you agree? It’s definitely becoming harder every day to argue “safe and effective” – not that rationalizing is something any of you feels compelled to do when making tyrannical and indefensible decisions to abridge the rights of Canadian citizens!

Cc’ing the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms in case this helps with its multiple cases against Canada’s (least) favourite tyrants, although I’m sure it is already aware of this settlement.

Hoping and praying that today is the day each of you wakes up to the fact that you have been played, like a fiddle, by your higher ups, and that as the tide turns, each of you will be abandoned by said higher ups as the finger pointing and bus throwing begins.

Yours in karma.

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