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OTTAWA (LifeSiteNews) – An Ottawa consultant told police that the Freedom Convoy was not about COVID “vaccine” mandates but rather an attempt by “right wing Christians” to gain followers, despite the fact the protests were indeed against COVID dictates, including jab rules.  

Blacklock’s Reporter reported that Erin Kelly, the CEO of Advanced Symbolics Inc., a market research firm, wrote a February 6, 2022, email to then-Ottawa police chief Peter Sloly, saying that “religious images [are] being passed around on social [media] among the ‘protesters.’” 

“Given that today is the Lord’s Day we are starting to see some of the real agenda here,” Kelly claimed, stating that this was “more evidence this isn’t really about vaccine mandates.” 

“It’s a movement by right wing Christians who used mandates as a pretense to gain a following and privileged access as ‘protesters,’” she wrote.  

Kelly then stated that “If they’d said, ‘Join us for a Christian rally in Ottawa,’ no one would have come.” 

READ: Pierre Poilievre reaffirms his support for Freedom Convoy, ‘free choice in vaccination’

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The Quebec College of Physicians believes Canada’s assisted suicide program, Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD), can and should be used on infants born with ‘severe malformations’.

This is nothing short of infanticide.

In a recent press release, Dr. Louis Roy from the Quebec College of Physicians claimed that MAiD could be appropriate for babies born with ‘grave and severe syndromes’ for which their ‘prospective of survival is null, so to speak.’

No matter how you spin it, an infant cannot consent to their own death – to decide for them and give a lethal dose is murder.

Sign now to tell the Quebec College of Physicians they cannot issue death sentences to infants with illnesses!

Once the door to killing without consent is opened, the number of people who become eligible to be murdered increases exponentially. Providing MAiD to a person who cannot consent is a standard that is wildly dangerous for all persons with intellectual disabilities in Canada.

Canada cannot begin killing babies when doctors predict that they will not have a good quality of life. Predictions are often based on discriminatory assumptions about life with a disability. Many people diagnosed with disabilities as babies who were expected to not have a good quality of life are now grown adults leading thriving lives.

Providing MAiD for terminally ill newborns is murder! This is a slippery slope towards ending the lives of millions of people either born with or diagnosed with intellectual disabilities.

The Quebec College of Physicians MUST back down from infanticide — SIGN NOW and make them know that you flatly condemn this horrifying practice!


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In response to the email, Sloly said that “[t]hese are really important insights,” and then ordered the information from the Christian groups to be sent to all police managers.  

While Ontario Provincial Police did observe in its internal reports that many Freedom Convoy protesters attended church services, and many people read Bible verses to crowds, it concluded that the atmosphere was “calm, festive, and family oriented.”  

READ: Saskatchewan politician demands gov’t investigation into COVID jab injuries

The Public Order Emergency Commission hearings into Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s unprecedented use of the Emergencies Act against the Freedom Convoy began on October 13 and are expected to call at least 65 witnesses over six weeks, including Trudeau and many in his cabinet. 

The Freedom Convoy gathered in Ottawa in January and February to call for an end to all COVID mandates. The popular movement resulted in some provincial governments, such as Alberta and Saskatchewan, ultimately dropping their vaccine passport programs..