Nova Scotia Health Authority Rescinds Covid-19 Proof-of-Vaccination

On February 21 the below letter was received by a healthcare professional currently on unpaid leave due to the Covid 19 mandates still being enforced by Nova Scotia Health (NSH).

Information on related infractions such as personal rights, monetary loss, mental health deterioration, the harms from societal segregation, harms to family life & cohesion and of course loss of professional advancement and reputation have not been addressed yet by the NSH nor the NSGEU to whom the letter is copied. It is imperative that the above listed harms are not allowed to be simply brushed under the rug; too much damage resulted in the ill-advised Covid-19 policies that were fervently enforced upon the Nova Scotian population and particularly upon the Healthcare sector.

Additionally, the below Position Statement was posted on the website on February 21 under their policy section. I am sure everyone is very interested in seeing the “evolving evidence” that caused this change in policy.


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National Citizens Inquiry – Day 03 Truro, NS

The conclusion to the Atlantic portion of the National Citizens Inquiry occurred on March 18th 2023, held at the Best Western Glengarry in Truro, Nova Scotia. Though the gallery started at around 50% capacity in the morning, it was abuzz with excitement, and reached almost 100% capacity by the end of the day. Online stats for the day indicated more than 9000 views across social media platforms, while the total impressions for the event on Twitter exceeded 1.1 million: the event’s Twitter page received a 7% percent engagement rate, which is far higher than the average Twitter engagement rate of 0.05%.

How have I been? Well…

How have I been? Well…
I suppose it starts with the Freedom Convoy in Ottawa. It was an emotional few weeks, and it culminated in a violent quelling of a peaceful protest, which was perfectly in line with the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms Section 2(c) (the fundamental freedom of peaceful assembly). It was legal to participate in, and fund, such a gathering until the government decided to pass orders and measures which made it illegal.

Judicial Review update: April

All motions were granted by the court; a much desired outcome for CANS and its members: “The Applicant, Citizens’ Alliance of Nova Scotia (CANS), comes before this court seeking to engage the Judiciary to perform a vital and rigorous ‘check’ among the ‘checks and balances’ integral to Canada’s constitutional democracy. The Applicant is asking the Judicial branch of government to take a critical look at decisions and actions taken by the Executive branch of government to determine if they are reasonable and lawful”

Do You Remember?

It’s hard to believe that we’ve been going through this for two years.

The constant mental anguish, for many the fear, the psychological battle within ourselves and that which has been projected onto us.


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