On September 17, 2023, independent health policy researcher Alan Cassels joined BCPS Employees for Freedom members to discuss the influence of the pharmaceutical industry on public health policy in British Columbia. Mr. Cassels shared a variety of experiences and reflections from his 30-year career as a researcher, award-winning communicator and advocate for evidence-based drug and healthcare policy. He discussed the need for individual citizens to question and critically appraise the claims of Big Pharma, public health officials and governments in mass marketing medical interventions at the population level.

Watch the video here:

We’re very grateful to Mr. Cassels for joining us as our guest. You can follow him on Twitter at: @AKECassels


BCPS Employees for Freedom is a registered not-for-profit society in the Province of British Columbia. We are a diverse group of public servants who stand together for medical privacy and bodily autonomy to protect our colleagues, families, the communities we serve and future generations. Read more about us.

We are leading a legal campaign to bring about accountability and justice for the B.C. government’s proof of COVID-19 vaccination mandate for BC Public Service employees that resulted in hundreds of unnecessary wrongful terminations, thousands of early retirements, and the violation of 38,000 public servants’ medical privacy and bodily autonomy. We hold regular member meetings and advocate on behalf of current and former public servants of municipal, provincial and federal government organizations, and publicly funded non-governmental organizations, in British Columbia. 

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