Canadians who have been adversely affected by government COVID-19 policies will have a platform to share their stories at a hearing to be held by a team of politicians, doctors, and auditors in Toronto on June 22–24.
“A Citizens’ Hearing is intended to start the process of giving voice to those who have yet to be heard and who have been impacted the most,” said David Ross, president of Canadian COVID Care Alliance (CCCA), co-sponsor of the event that will be livestreamed nationwide, in a statement on June 16.
Event co-organizer Sonya Anderson, chair of the CCCA’s government relations committee, told The Epoch Times that “my email inbox is overflowing [and] the stories that I’m hearing are heartbreaking.”
“Every single person has said ‘thank you so much for doing this, because nobody is listening to us,’” she noted.
“They have family members that have turned on them. They have doctors that don’t listen to them. Even within families, partners don’t always agree. Employers. These people feel desperate to have their voice and their story heard.” Read More
The hearing came about in response to a growing demand for an independent national inquiry into the management of the COVID crisis in Canada, says the CCCA. The organization’s website explains that it is a group of independent scientists, doctors, and other professionals committed to providing balanced and evidence-based information to the public about COVID-19. Read More [Epoch Times]