On Wednesday, close to 300 people gathered to protest in front of new B.C. premier’s David Eby’s MLA office in the Vancouver-Point Grey riding. The protest, which was organized by a local pro-freedom group called Stand United featured a long line of medical professionals, including physicians, as well as Nechako Lakes MLA John Rustad as speakers.
Premier Eby’s oversight in the passing of the controversial Bill 36 was the driving force behind the protest.
Critics of the bill which is said to radically change how healthcare professionals are regulated in the province have concerns with how the bill may pave the way for the province to mandate vaccinations on healthcare professionals, compel them to release their patients private records to the state without consent, and put medical professionals who dare to give medical opinions that differ than the provinces up to 6 months jail time.
Protest organisers also promoted a campaign to recall Premier David Eby’s MLA seat to serve as a warning to the province that it’s time to end their lingering vaccine mandates preventing thousands of healthcare workers from caring and to reverse the plans they have for Bill 36.
The citizens hope to gather enough volunteers to canvas Premier Eby’s riding to get 16,400 signatures agreeing that the premier should lose his seat. If successful, Eby would be able to run again in a by-election to try and win the seat back.
One thing nearly all the speakers had in common is that world-renowned psychologist like Jordan Peterson, and New Westminster nurse Amy Hamm, the professionals are in a freedom of speech and expression battle with their licensing colleges.
Click on the full video report to watch highlights of some of the many speakers which includes pro-medical freedom favorites Dr. Charles Hoffe, Dr. Daniel Negase, and MLA John Rustad
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