A Vancouver woman has been refused access to a local gym due to her vaccination status. Businesses have been left to make their own policies as the government has yet to do so themselves.
British Columbia Ombudsperson, Jay Chalke, released ‘Special Report No. 44’ titled “EXTRAORDINARY TIMES, EXTRAORDINARY MEASURES: Two ministerial orders made under the Emergency Program Act in response to the COVID-19 pandemic” in June of 2020.
However, we believe it is important to discuss the details and concerns contained within the report.
Flow Academy, located in Kelowna B.C., has announced it won’t be accepting new membership applications from anyone who’s received a COVID-19 vaccine until 2023 at the earliest.
With lockdowns causing rising mental health issues, missed cancer screenings and life-saving surgeries — it’s time we rip off the government bandaid that is “caring for our health.”
Above feature photo from Kaitlin Guitard’s Facebook page. By mid-2022, all salmon farms in the Discovery Islands of British Columbia B.C. will have to be closed. Currently, there are 19 salmon farms located in the Discovery Island region — with nine that are already empty. Regardless, all 19 farms will have their licenses renewed forContinue reading “Thousands of aquaculture jobs to be lost as DFO Minister flipflops her opinion on B.C. salmon farms in the Discovery Islands”