University of Toronto

The University of Toronto will require students living on campus to receive a COVID-19 booster shot.

According to the U of T website, "students living in residences this fall will be required to have a primary series of a COVID-19 vaccine and at least one booster dose before moving in."

There is no booster mandate anywhere else in Canada, so why is U of T mandating that young, healthy people get boosted?

That's why Rebel News has contacted the registered Canadian charity and civil society organization The Democracy Fund (TDF) to fight back against these coercive mandates in four ways:

  1. LEGAL: Lawyers at The Democracy Fund will review cases to see if they can assist students facing U of T's discriminatory booster requirement.
  2. CROWDFUNDING: Hiring the best civil liberties lawyers in the business costs a lot of money, please donate to TDF's legal fund on this page.
  3. TELL TDF YOUR STORY: If you are a student set to live on campus at U of T this fall and are unwilling or unable to get a booster shot, please fill out this form.
  4. PETITION: You can also sign our petition calling on U of T to end its discriminatory booster policy for students living on campus right here.

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  • By Tamara Ugolini

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