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 a Freedom of Information request show there is no such thing for hundreds of BC Public Servants.
One year later, BC is still firing hundreds of of public servants for not proving 2 doses of a COVID-19 vaccine, yet pandemic restrictions are lifted and the passport is withdrawn for the public.
We provide the services British Columbians count on every day. We’d like to continue serving our fellow British Columbians or receive fair compensation for losing our jobs.
Private businesses and corporations follow the government’s lead. If your job is under threat, or you felt coerced into getting vaccinated to keep it, our legal efforts could help you, too.
United We Stand
Join us in Victoria at 12:00pm on Wednesday, 05 October at the B.C. legislature to mark the 1-year anniversary of the vaccine mandate that ended medical privacy and bodily autonomy for 38,000 B.C. public servants, with no end in sight.
We encourage you to meet in peaceful protest with others in your communities.
If you are unable to gather in person there are other ways that you can mark this occasion.
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The BCPS Employees for Freedom Society is a volunteer-run, registered not-for-profit society in the Province of British Columbia, Canada.
We stand for medical privacy and bodily autonomy of all peoples in British Columbia, as protected by the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.