EU Report Highlights Canada’s ‘Invasive’ COVID Policies That ‘Severely’ Affected the Nation’s Economy

Anthony Murdoch

A comprehensive healthcare law study submitted to the European Parliament in May called out Canada’s COVID health measures as severely damaging the local economy.

“Many stringent and invasive public health measures for the Covid pandemic – curfews, capacity restrictions in restaurants, the closure of bars and nightclubs for months, locking of office buildings, stoppage and restrictions on international travel – have severely curtailed or arrested commercial trade in vital sections of Canada’s economy,” reads a report titled Right to health, a comparative law perspective: Canada, which was published by the European Parliamentary Research Service (EPRS).

The 100-plus-page report was written by McGill University law professor Dr. Derek Jones to explore “Canada’s right to health largely as expressed through Canadian federal law.”

Latest articles

The Goddard Report A podcast with Dr. Stephen Malthouse on “Making Doctors... All previous outbreaks, epidemics and pandemics end when Community Immunity, NOT...
Amanuensis Variants have been one of the hallmarks of this pandemic, with...
Samuel Reinfeld et al. The COVID-19 pandemic continues to have a deleterious...

Thank you!

Thank you for your membership application. As soon as your payment has been received your membership will be activated and you will be informed via email.

Thank you.

Thank you!

The form has been submitted successfully!