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NOTE: IF YOU ARE IN ROCCO’S & BERGMAN’S LAWSUIT YOU CAN’T FILE A GRIEVANCE AND STAY ON THE LAWSUIT
How To File An Individual Grievance With or Without The Union
1. Filing an individual grievance based on your situation you must read your collective agreement to find the timelines for your individual grievances. If it states 25 business days the deadline to file this specific individual grievance based on the unilateral changes to the terms and conditions of your employment is Friday November12th, if your policy was announced October 6th.
FedsForFreedom are not healthcare professionals or doctors. We do not take liability for the information collected below. We are simply providing information/links from Health Canada & Canadian Covid Care Alliance. Consult health care provider discuss all protocol elements as well as the role of vaccination. 
Preventative Measures That Don’t Include The “Vaccine”:
What can I do to minimize my chances of getting COVID-19? (1 minute read)
This is an important question, because it refers to all people, whether vaccinated or not. There is a better chance of achieving herd immunity if we are aware of preventive protocols.
There is lots of well publicized information from Public Health about mask wearing, hand washing, social distancing and isolation, which change periodically. Governments are singularly focused on vaccinating everyone as though it is a panacea. It is not, which is why booster shots have already been ordered for the next several years.
There is much you can do to improve your terrain or enhance your resistance to SARS-CoV-2. Proper diet, exercise and sleep are obvious steps that everyone should take. Here are some additional suggestions based on protocols used by front line care doctors who are treating COVID-19 every day at different levels of severity. Many nutritionals on the list, such as vitamins C and D, zinc, and melatonin are readily available in every health food store. Ivermectin will require an off-label prescription from your doctor since it is approved in Canada, but not yet for COVID-19. (Refer to the FAQ on Ivermectin)
Here is the link to the preventive (prophylactic) and early treatment protocols of the Front Line Covid Critical Care Alliance.
The use of these nutritional supplements is even more important for those with comorbidities. Early detection through rapid and home tests will substantially improve opportunities for early treatment.
Prevention protocol (for Delta variant):
Anti-Virals & Antiseptics
lvermectin Chronic Prevention 0.2 mg/kg per dose (take with or after a meal) — twice a week for as long as disease risk is elevated in your community.
Post COVID-19 Exposure Prevention 0.4 mg/kg per dose (take with or after a meal) — one dose today, repeat after 48 hours.
2 x daily – gargle (do not swallow) antiseptic mouthwash with cetylpyridinium chloride (e.g. ScopeTM, ActTM, CrestTM), 1% povidone/iodine solution or ListerineTM with essential oils.
Immune Fortifying / Supportive Therapy
Vitamin D3 Vitamin C Quercetin Zinc Melatonin
1,000–3,000 IU/day 500–1,000 mg 2 x daily 250 mg/day 30–40 mg/day (elemental zinc) 6 mg before bedtime (causes drowsiness)
Early Treatment That Doesn’t Involve The “Vaccine”:
What if you get covid, but are not bad enough to be hospitalized. Health Canada has also temporarily approved medications for at home treatment of COVID-19.
Bamlanivimab may help limit the amount of the COVID-19 causing virus in your body; this may help you get better faster. Bamlanivimab is only given to patients at high-risk of having the disease get worse.
Sotrovimab is a medicine being studied to prevent worsening of COVID-19.Sotrovimab is only given to patients at high risk of being hospitalized or dying due to COVID-19, because of their age or medical conditions.
1. First line agents (use any or all medicines; listed in order of priority/importance)
lvermectin 0.4–0.6 mg/kg per dose (take with or after a meal) — one dose daily, take for 5 days or until recovered. Use upper dose if: 1) in regions with aggressive variants (e.g. Delta); 2) treatment started on or after day 5 of symptoms or in pulmonary phase; or 3) multiple comorbidities/risk factors.
and/or Nitazoxanide 500 mg 2 x daily for 5 days after meals. Combine with ivermectin (preferred) or substitute if ivermectin is not available. (Nitazoxanide is often unavailable or high-priced in the USA)
Antiviral mouthwash: Gargle 3 x daily (do not swallow; must contain chlorhexidine, povidone-iodine, or cetylpyridinium chloride). Iodine nasal spray/drops: Use 1 % povidone-iodine commercial product as per instructions 2–3 x daily. If 1 %-product not available, must first dilute the more widely available 10 %-solutionand apply 4–5 drops to each nostril every 4 hours. (No more than 5 days in pregnancy.)
Anti-coagulants + Immune Fortifying
Aspirin Vitamin D
325 mg daily (unless contraindicated) Vitamin D3 5,000 IU daily. Preferred form if available: Calcitriol 0.5 mcg on day 1, then 0.25 mcg daily for 7 days 10 mg before bedtime (causes drowsiness)
Adjunctive / synergistic therapies
Quercetin Zinc Vitamin C
250 mg 2 x daily 100 mg/day (elemental zinc) 500–1,000 mg 2 x daily
Monitoring of oxygen saturation is recommended (for instructions see page 3 in link below)
2. Second line agents (listed in order of priority / importance)
Add to first line therapies above if: 1) ≥ 5 days of symptoms; 2) Poor response to therapies above; 3) Significant comorbidities.
Dual Anti-Androgen therapy
Spironolactone 100 mg 2 x daily for ten days.
Dutasteride 2 mg on day 1, followed by 1 mg daily for 10 days.If dutasteride not available, use Finasteride 10 mg daily for 10 days.
50mg 2 x daily for 10 days Consider fluoxetine 30 mg daily for 10 days as an alternative (it is often better tolerated). Avoid if patient is already on an SSRI.
Monoclonal Antibody Therapy
Casirivimab/imdevimab 600mg each in a single subcutaneous injection. Antibody therapy is for patients within 7 days of first symptoms and one or more risk factors as: Age > 65y; BMI > 25; pregnancy; chronic lung, heart, or kidney disease; diabetes; immunosuppressed; developmental disability; chronic tracheostomy; or feeding tube.
I am starting this series to put my research/findings into laymen’s terms for everyone to use as they see fit. It can be overwhelming to process all of the information on various topics, so I will try to summarize important helpful facts to help you fight for our freedoms!
The Crime of the Century:
Section 1 & 33 of the Canadian Charter of Rights & Freedoms
A lot of people are stating the Government has invoked Section 1 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, and that is how they are legally allowed to do everything they have been doing for the past year.
1. The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms guarantees the rights and freedoms set out in it subject only to such reasonable limits prescribed by law as can be demonstrably justified in a free and democratic society”.
First of all, “Section 1 is engaged only after a finding has been made that a right or freedom has been limited. The onus of proof under section 1 is on the person seeking to justify the limit, which is generally the government (Oakes, supra). The standard of proof is the civil standard or balance of probabilities (Oakes, supra)”.
Once YOU have established that on the surface a charter right has been infringed upon, the onus then shifts to the government to justify the infringement under section 1 of the charter.
However, in order for the government to justify the infringement of other charter rights, under section 1 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms they have to pass a 2 part test.
The Court in R v Oakes created a two-step balancing test to determine whether a government can justify a law which limits a Charter right.
1. The government must establish that the law under review has a goal that is both “pressing and substantial.” The law must be both important and necessary. Governments are usually successful in this first step.
2. The court then conducts a proportionality analysis using three sub-tests.
a. The government must first establish that the provision of the law which limits a Charter right is rationally connected to the law’s purpose. If it is arbitrary or serves no logical purpose, then it will not meet this standard.
b. Secondly, a provision must minimally impair the violated Charter right. A provision that limits a Charter right will be constitutional only if it impairs the Charter right as little as possible or is “within a range of reasonably supportable alternatives.”
c. Finally, the court examines the law’s proportionate effects. Even if the government can satisfy the above steps, the effect of the provision on Charter rights may be too high a price to pay for the advantage the provision would provide in advancing the law’s purpose”.
To pass branch 1 the government would have to establish to the courts satisfaction that the emergency was justified on a scientific and medical basis, which they would most likely not be able to do. However even if they were able to, they would have to satisfy branch 2 of the test as well. In Rocco Galati’s opinion the mandates put in place for the last year are like taking a “sledge hammer to kill a fly, on a glass table”, they grossly over step both rationality and proportionality. Then as per branch 2.c. even if they can meet all of the above measures, the effects of the measures can not out weigh the threat.
What if they just pass legislation to override the charter rights with section 33?
Section 33 allows them to override the rights contained in sections 2, 7-15.
33. (1) Parliament or the legislature of a province may expressly declare in an Act of Parliament or of the legislature, as the case may be, that the Act or a provision thereof shall operate notwithstanding a provision included in section 2 or sections 7 to 15 of this Charter.
(2) An Act or a provision of an Act in respect of which a declaration made under this section is in effect shall have such operation as it would have but for the provision of this Charter referred to in the declaration.
(3) A declaration made under section (1) shall cease to have effect five years after it comes into force or on such earlier date as may be specified in the declaration.
(4) Parliament or the legislature of a province may re-enact a declaration made under section (1).
(5) Section (3) applies in respect of a re-enactment made under section (4)”.
Using Section 33 to override Sections 2, 7-15, would first require full debate in the legislature. More so some of the rights in sections 2-15 existed before our patriation in 1982, in the THE CONSTITUTION ACTS 1867 to 1982. They then have been duplicated in the 1982 Canada Charter of Rights & Freedoms. The pre-existing rights have different contexts and analysis. For example;
26. The guarantee in this Charter of certain rights and freedoms shall not be construed as denying the existence of any other rights or freedoms that exist in Canada”.
Which says you can not interpret the charter rights so as to diminish pre-existing constitutional rights that existed before the charter was enacted, it would be counter intuitive. With all of this being said, all of the Emergency Acts/measures put in place over the past 20 months would more than likely not hold up to proper legislative debate or a Supreme Court ruling. Now you can see why our government has been operating behind closed doors, not allowing members of parliament to participate in the “normal” law making processes. Freedom Fighters please buckle down, because this is going to be a long fight to recover our freedoms taken from us, but with Rocco on our side we just might succeed!
To start I would like to add a disclaimer; all of the below research and information has been done by myself with no legal assistance or advice. My statements below are to provide information & my opinions supported by Canadian Laws & Rights. However as we are in unprecedented times these methods have not yet been tested by an employee of the Canadian Federal Government to the best of my knowledge.
Many unions have released statements, supporting the ideals of mandatory vaccine policies. Within them you may find a statement about “The government must also provide accommodations for workers who cannot be vaccinated for reasons protected under human rights legislation, including health concerns.”
This statement indicates there are Human Rights that are still being adhered to when it comes to our medical choices.
The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms Canada states that “ ‘Forced vaccination’ means forcibly injecting citizens with a vaccine against their will. ‘Mandatory vaccination’ means a legal requirement to be vaccinated, and to provide proof of vaccination. Failure to comply with the mandate could result in consequences, such as being prevented from attending events, holding certain employment, or receiving certain government benefits. Some provinces already require vaccines for children to attend public schools; however, there have always been exemptions available on medical, religious, or conscience grounds.”
Human Right 1: Medical Exemptions
A medical exemption must be determined by a licenced doctor & I would recommend getting a signed letter from them if this is an option for you.
Human Right 2: Conscience or Religious Beliefs
The Ontario Government provides a Statement of Conscience or Religious Belief (Form 4897-64E (2017/07)) for parents whom would like their children to attend public school, but do not want their children vaccinated. This form does not state the family’s religious beliefs. This is because the Charter of Rights and Freedoms Section 2(a) states the following “Freedom of religion has been defined as “the right to entertain such religious beliefs as a person chooses, the right to declare religious beliefs openly and without fear of hindrance or reprisal, and the right to manifest religious belief by worship and practise or by teaching and dissemination… further, that “religion” typically involves: a particular and comprehensive system of faith and worship; a belief in a divine, superhuman or controlling power; and/or a personal conviction or belief that fosters a connection with the divine or with the subject or object of that spiritual faith… Note, however, that the Court has also stated that the rights of atheists, agnostics, skeptics and the unconcerned are equally protected by section 2(a).”
Through my contacts & research I came across a woman “Agent J” whom worked in the health care industry in America. She was not comfortable with receiving vaccines that were not previously written into her statement of offer/contract, like many of us. She wrote a statement of declination for offer, NOT AN EXEMPTION, that states her conscience beliefs against a vaccine. This letter was 100% successful for keeping & prolonging her employment. This letter has since been used around the globe, and proven successful.
Below I will break down the letter along with what wording is important to note as they play an important roll with regards to the information you are providing. I will also include a copy of the letter if you would like to use at your own will.
This is important as you are stating you understand your workplace is offering you a product, that is not an approved vaccine by the Health Products and Food Branch (HPFB) of Canada but authorized by them for emergency use. The HPFB states “the interim order pathway for COVID-19-related drugs and vaccines, which was signed by the Minister of Health and came into effect on September 16, 2020… An interim order is one of the fastest mechanisms available to the federal government for putting in place temporary regulations to help make health products available to address large-scale public health emergencies.
This interim order facilitates timely access for Canadians to drugs and vaccines that have demonstrated the ability to diagnose, prevent, treat or cure COVID-19. The interim order introduces temporary regulations to expedite the authorization for importing, selling and advertising COVID-19-related drugs without compromising patient safety….”
YOUR NAME, a living person retain and reserve all of my God-given rights including sole possession and sole use of all my biological materials which are granted to me by my Creator:
This statement directly ties to the following statement in the charter of rights & freedoms “… a belief in a divine, superhuman or controlling power; and/or a personal conviction or belief that fosters a connection with the divine…”
Statement of Declination for Offer of COVID-19 Vaccine Product
YOUR NAME, a living person retain and reserve all of my God-given rights including sole possession and sole use of all my biological materials which are granted to me by my Creator.
My employer and location of employment have offered a COVID-19 vaccination product to me pursuant to and satisfying the requirements of YOUR PROVINCE Health & Safety Code COPY AND PASTE COVID-19 HEALTH AND SAFETY CODE HERE.
I retain the right to decline all attempts to access, influence and or otherwise alter any and all of my God-given biological material and or biological systems which are unique, flawless and original design and craftsmanship of my Creator and of which my Creator has granted me sole possession, proprietorship and use of.
I require that any and all product offered to me by my employer or workplace be both entirely retrievable from and also removable in its entirety from my body, person, and personhood at the conclusion of each and every work period and or work shift and also and again at the completion of my contractual obligations with my location or employment, and or employer.
Pursuant to my above statement, I decline the offer for COVID-19 vaccination product.
These are our last ditch methods of resisting the mandates. I suggest today you send an email to your union representative voicing your concerns immediately, asking why there was no vote for your freedoms of medical choices.
The above images are of the linked websites as of August 13th 2021. Many unions have already flipped their position to fight for its members, and are endorsing the mandate. “Chris Aylward, national president of the Public Service Alliance of Canada, said his union supports the goals of the government’s plan but wants to ensure it respects PSAC members’ legal right to privacy.” We can not be on both sides of the fence. Protecting our privacy rights but not protecting our medical rights. We did not sign contracts allowing our employers to decide what we do and do not put into our bodies.