08/17/2021 / By Ethan Huff
Soon, all air and train passengers who are employed by the federal government in Canada will need to show proof of Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccination” in order to travel.
Transport Minister Omar Alghabra announced that the Crown will soon be making it a requirement for federal employees and those working in some federally regulated industries, including airlines and railways, to get jabbed with one of Donald “father of the vaccine” Trump’s “Operation Warp Speed” injections.
In the coming weeks, Crown corporations and other federally regulated businesses will be forcing the injections on travelers with overnight accommodations, despite the fact that upwards of 81 percent of all eligible Canadians are now “fully” vaccinated for the Chinese Virus – this is one of the highest compliance rates in the world.
“We need to reach as many Canadians as we possibly can,” Alghabra stated in his announcement.
After a large spike in vaccine compliance back in April and May, the injection numbers have been on a steady decline. To get as many people jabbed at “warp speed” as possible, Canada, much like the United States, is resorting to mandate tyranny because, according to Alghabra, Canada “must do better.”
There are roughly 5.7 million Canadians over the age of 12 who are still not fully vaccinated in accordance with the government’s wishes. The number of “unvaccinated” Canadians is roughly equivalent to the populations of the Vancouver, Calvary, and Edmonton metropolitan areas combined.
Once these measures are fully implemented, the Canadian government “expects” that other employers in federal sectors such as banking, broadcasting and telecommunications will follow suit by requiring the jabs for their employees as well.
“The government will work with these employers to ensure this result,” the Canadian government said in an announcement, noting that upwards of 300,000 federal public servants and tens of thousands of others in industries that fall under the federal labor code would be affected.
If all goes as planned, Alghabra expects that the mandate for public service unions and employers will be in place “by the end of October” at the latest.
The Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC), which represents more than 215,000 workers in mostly federally regulated sectors, welcomed the announcement with glee, indicating plans to fully comply.
“PSAC supports measures to increase vaccination rates, including vaccination requirements for federal public service workers to protect our members, their colleagues and our communities,” said PSAC President Chris Aylward in a statement.
Any information that is collected as part of the upcoming mandate will respect workers’ “legal right to privacy,” he maintains.
“This is a mandatory requirement to go to work in a federal workplace or work in the government of Canada,” he said.
“Obviously, there will be certain individuals for medical reasons that will not be able to be vaccinated and the appropriate officials will work with them to ensure that the appropriate measures are in place.”
Eventually, everyone in Canada – and the U.S. will probably follow suit – will need a Fauci Flu shot in order to remain employed. Then it will be a requirement in order to buy and sell.
Alghabra has already indicated that all commercial air travelers and passengers on interprovincial trains and large marine vessels with overnight accommodations (ie, cruise ships), will need to get injected in order to travel “freely.”
“Vaccine requirements in the transportation sector will help protect the safety of employees, their families, passengers, their communities and all Canadians,” he propagandized. “And more broadly, it will hasten Canada’s recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic.”
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