In Saskatchewan, Premier Moe has said and reiterated several time that he wasn’t mandating vaccines in the province. Yet all spring and summer he has shamed everyone who has exercised their choice in being unvaccinated.
Now Saskatchewan schools are starting to mandate this vaccination and parents are scrambling to decide what to do. In a province, where there is no vaccine mandates or passports, it is very interesting how a government run system can all of a sudden mandate vaccines.
And now doctors are encouraged to not write medical exemptions for patients. In fact, a few months ago, a doctor was suspended in Saskatoon for standing up to the lack of informed consent for these jabs.
What are some options that one can do?
There are a few options available. One is to find a Naturopath or chiropractor that is sympathetic to the no vaccine cause. No, they are not covered by health care but most M.D’s would charge for these letters if they were willing or able to write them anyhow.
Ideally a letter from a physician is the best option. However, some holistic specialists will write an exemption letter based on either religion or conscientious objection based on the fact that it would inter fear with the treatment or preventative health program they have placed the person on. One such place that does this is I Matter Wellness.
Lastly, according to the Sask Public Health Act, you can draft up an affidavit with a commissioner of oath that outlines your conscientious objection as listed in that health act. These are to be eventually filed with the SHA should the Saskatchewan government start to illegally mandate vaccine passports.
What acts and legislation cover your right to medical choice?
The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms does have clauses that cover mandated vaccine and vaccine passports. Eventually, this will probably be the legislation you and your lawyer may be fighting up against.
But each act and legislation piece must be defined according to this above charter. And each province will have their own version.
In Saskatchewan, where no vaccine mandates exist (government wise), the Health Care Informed Consent Act and the Sask Public Health cover these areas. Affidavits in Saskatchewan will be based on the Public Health Act mostly.
It is important that you protect yourself. Most places will do exemption letters and affidavits for $20 to $30.
One thing to remember, vaccine mandates don’t actually exist in Canada. Businesses found implementing the could find themselves in a lot of hot water down the road. Only Ontario and BC truly have vaccine laws when it comes to school. Learn more about this at VaCanada.
Another thing to remember is do not quit your job or resign. Lawyers all over Canada are starting to speak out about this. The reason is, once you quit, you don’t have a leg to stand on. Don’t provoke them. But don’t resign either.
By letting them fire you, you open up a lot of legal actions for yourself including possible class action suits.
Before I end this article I want to point to a Facebook group in Saskatchewan of businesses against Vaccine passports. If you are a business person, list your business. If you are looking for a business that is open to unvaccinated people, its a great place to start looking. In one day, this group topped over 3600 members. Hopefully it won’t be removed.