Courtesy of CBC

by Matthew Horwood

August 5, 2022

Canadian Armed Forces members continue to be discharged under vaccine rules weeks after other federal employers suspended mandates, Federal Court records show.

One corporal who challenged her dismissal noted provinces and most employers also lifted COVID mandates.

“She asserts it’s inevitable that the directives will be changed to remove the vaccine mandate in view of changes to provincial COVID-19 protocols,” wrote Justice Angela Furlanetto. “She takes issue with the manner in which her religious exemption was considered.”

According to Blacklocks’ Reporter, Cpl. Shannon Jones, a meteorological technician at Maritime Forces Pacific Headquarters at Esquimalt, B.C., was discharged July 30. Her dismissal came six weeks after cabinet ended vaccine mandates for 283,000 federal employees and the RCMP effective June 20.

 

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  1. Can we just stop this in hot springs you want four and a half years of this b******* and that’s all it is you got shortages and nurses because they had the right to say no for those of you who took them that was your option your choice but the other people not taking is their option their choice and they should not be coerced and you taking them by the threat of losing their job does anybody see that look at the nurses that were all that come now we got no nursing staff and people are bitching about or maybe people should have thought about that this whole thing. And by chance it still don’t get it follow the science as the god of Canada speaks because it’s science is asked backwards so open your eyes and add the numbers but we all know true love can’t do that so there you go

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