Vancouver supporters join longshore workers' union in opposition to mandatory COVID vaccines

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This past Friday, around 150 protesters gathered in front of Vancouver's Service Canada office on 800 Burrard Street.

The protest consisted of longshoremen and those in support of their opposition to a COVID-19 vaccination policy, that would require them to be vaccinated by November 15 or be unable to work.

Unlike most unions, which are failing to represent employees against the coercive vaccine mandates, the International Longshore and Warehouse Union Canada (ILWU) recently put out a statement requesting that Transport Canada back off from attempting to mandate the jab for dock workers.

In the the statement, ILWU’s president Rob Ashton wrote “our track record speaks for itself this far into the pandemic, and we feel that what we have been and continue to do is working very well and no third-party intervention is necessary.”

Watch the full report to hear from some of the longshoremen and their supporters first hand.

If you haven’t already joined us in our legal fight against vaccine passports and COVID-19 vaccine mandates, please donate what you can at This civil liberties project is in partnership with registered Canadian charity The Democracy Fund so you also get a charitable donation receipt for your generosity.

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  • By Ezra Levant

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