On October 5, 2021 Lori Wanamaker, Head of the B.C. Public Service announced the end of medical privacy and bodily autonomy for 38,000 employees. Despite her claim of creating “a B.C. Public Service where every employee feels they belong, where every employee feels they have a voice”, the results from Read more…
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Action will be taken to court by nine people the week of March 21 to argue injunction, says lawyer. (Note: as of the date of this article, terminations of B.C. public servants are still pending. – BCPS Employees for Freedom).
At issue is a Nov. 19 provincial government order that makes COVID‑19 vaccination a condition of employment for all B.C. public service employees.
More B.C. public servants are joining a court petition to stop vaccination mandate terminations and are speaking out.
B.C. public servants filed a petition for injunction today in B.C. Supreme Court to stop their employer from terminating them over its proof of COVID-19 vaccination mandate.
“This letter is in response to the article entitled “Unvaccinated public servants who face firing want mandate quashed” that appeared in the Victoria Times Colonist on February 8, 2022. As editor, there are a few comments as well as errors in the article we would like to bring to your attention.”
Open Letter to Lori Wanamaker: End the Proof of COVID-19 Vaccination Mandate for BC Public Service Employees Now
The world has reached a turning point in the COVID-19 saga. Many jurisdictions including England, Saskatchewan and our closest neighbour, Alberta, are beginning to recognize the error of COVID-19 restrictions and mandates and are moving to abolish proof of vaccination requirements and vaccine passports for healthcare workers and the public alike. Increasingly, medical experts and scientists are coming to the conclusion that vaccines are tools, not silver bullets, and that other public health approaches must be taken to deal with COVID19.