The faces of Premier John Horgan and Health Minister Adrian Dix on effigies being hung by the neck during an anti-vaccine event at the B.C. legislature on Dec. 9, 2021. (Photo courtesy of Facebook/Anne O’Neil)


Regulatory college investigating conduct of Dr. Daniel Yoshio Nagase

by Jane Skrypnek

Sooke News Mirror

October 2, 2022

A B.C. family doctor alleged to have spread COVID-19 misinformation and taken part in a violent display against provincial leaders during the pandemic is under investigation by the regulatory college.

The College of Physicians and Surgeons of B.C. issued notice on Sept. 29 that it will conduct a disciplinary hearing into Dr. Daniel Yoshio Nagase.

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  1. “Violent display”? BC AG says it is “Unacceptable”? The former is Yellow Journalism and the latter is effing moronic and should immediately be cause for that numbskull to step down.
    Hanging and Burning in Effigy are two of the most oldest and most protected forms of political expression. Anyone who believes or has allowed themselves to be taught and accept otherwise is a complete moron.
    And by the way, Ivermectin help reduce the damage done to me by taking the vaxx that I was forced to take to keep my job.