Before the International Criminal Court

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Hannah Rose et al. Based on the extensive claims and enclosed documentation, we charge those responsible for numerous violations of the Nuremberg Code, crimes against humanity, war crimes and crimes of aggression in the United Kingdom, but not limited to individuals in these countries.

An Appeal to All Canadians

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Philip Oldfield Over the past couple of years, I have written letters to my local MP, Dr. Theresa Tam, theRCMP National Division, as well as to the provincial Ministers of Health, and both theQuebec and Ontario Premiers regarding my concerns with the management of the COVID19 pandemic, as well as the safety and efficacy of […]

Canadian Medical Malpractice Law in 2011: Missing the Mark on Patient Safety

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Colleen M. Flood and Bryan Thomas Canadian tort law, as it applies to medical malpractice, appears relatively settled from a systems perspective; there is no “burning platform” driving major tort reform in this area of the law. There are at least six fac- tors which have contained the volume and cost of malpractice litigation in […]

A Group of 50 BC Doctors Are Challenging Dr. Henry’s Vaccine Mandates in Court

Marty Vandriel During the past two years, Canadians in the medical field who were skeptical about COVID vaccines have faced difficult decisions and challenging work environments. If they were unwilling to be among the first to get the jab, they’d no longer be allowed to work in hospitals and extended care homes. And even as […]

Answering Crucial Questions About Sars-Cov-2

Thomas Renz, Pamela A. Popper In early 2020, billions of people were told by governments and health agencies all over the worldthat a “novel virus” had caused severe illness in several individuals in Wuhan, China. Shortlyafter this announcement, people were told that the lethality rate for this virus, SARS-CoV-2,could be ten times higher than typical […]