When speaking of employment, many Canadians workers will view the double-dose shot of the pandemic vaccine as a welcome relief. For business owners, the vaccine promises employers a return to normal circumstances.
Then, there is the “dark side” of an employee’s fate should they refuse the vaccine, or for medical reasons, they have been instructed no to indulge.
A Canadian Employment lawyer has the following to say on the matter:
“Generally, no, an employer can’t force an employee to get vaccinated,” says Andrew Monkhouse, a Toronto-based employment lawyer.
“The question becomes, though, can an employer terminate an employee because they don’t want to take a vaccination. If the reason for refusing the vaccine is not for medical or religious reasons, the employer could choose to push it as far as termination.”
Far to say– in layman’s terms–that a Canadian employee can be fired from their job for refusing to receive the Covid vaccine. Seems to be case as far as the common eye can tell.
What to make of this? Many thoughts seem to bubble up all at once. For the legal-oriented, will this situation be considered a violation of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms?
“Section 1 of the Charter gives a government a chance to justify before a court a violation of a Charter right. If a government is able to convince a court that its law or decision is a justified violation of a person’s constitutional rights and freedoms, the court will not nullify the law or overrule the government decision.”
Frankly, one does not have to be a constitutional lawyer to know this is exactly what will occur should Charter challenges arise For CAP, this is a given.
Beyond this, witness how the pandemic is playing out according to the rules of post-modern society, as well as the Great Reset dynamic. In the beginning, the punitive repercussions are not mentioned at all by government or media.
Next, they are mentioned– but said repercussions are minimal. Then, once the vaccine becomes available, comes the information anti-vaccine advocates are dreading to hear– they can possibly be fired from their place of employment if they refuse the vaccine.
Astute Canadians should expect more along these lines–much more. If folks haven’t noticed, our government’s pandemic-related social policies contain a ominous sub-text.
Away from what CBC and corporate media have to say, the fact is that Covid functions as a form of social conditioning. See Canadians begin to adhere to stringent rules when going out in public. Witness as government control a progressively greater and greater component of citizen’s daily lives.
In other words, it is arguable a secondary element in all of this is preparing Canadians for a giant social and political transformation. Students of 20th century history may recognize a certain correlation with pre-totalitarian government takeover. After all, to dump nation-changing social transitions on a citizenship all at once would surely create a panic situation.
Better instead to use the fine art of “subterfuge”–a substitution of a hidden objective with a superficial modus operandi. Could it be that our nation is about to morph into a form of pseudo-dictatorship in which government control all aspects of the lives of its citizens?
Hyperbole? Acute Paranoia? Perhaps–yet no one cannot say this has never occurred previously. Media complicity was essential in these historical situations. Fair to say that in terms of “post-modern” Canadian society, mainstream media are in full compliance with government policy?
On an emotional level, the number one feeling that all this is cultivating is one of fear. Add anxiety, stress, financial instability, deficit, debt to this, as well as both mental and physical health.
Sound anything like the “sunny ways” proclamation PM Trudeau hit us up with upon ascendancy to the throne of Canada in 2015? Indeed, the exact opposite is the result. Media say nothing.
A recent poll from Angus Reid Institute has Mr. Trudeau currently leading in the polls by six points–when and IF a future federal election actually occurs.
— Brad Salzberg, CAP Founder(2016)