Has Canada Begun Euthanising Vaccine-Injured Citizens?!

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Has Canada started euthanising its vaccine-injured citizens?! Take a look at the viral claim, and find out what the facts really are!

 

Claim : Canada Begins Euthanising Vaccine Injured Citizens!

People are sharing an article (archive) by The People’s Voice (formerly NewsPunch), which claims that Canada has started euthanising (killing) its vaccine-injured citizens!

Here is an excerpt of the long and (intentionally?) rambling article. Feel free to skip to the next section for the facts!

Canada Begins Euthanizing Vaccine Injured Citizens

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Truth : Canada Isn’t Euthanising Vaccine Injured Citizens!

This is yet another example of fake news created / promoted by The People’s Voice, and here are the reasons why…

Fact #1 : There Was No Order To Euthanise Vaccine Injured Citizens

The People’s Voice article claimed or suggested that the Trudeau government ordered hospitals to begin euthanising members of the public who have been injured by the COVID-19 vaccines. That’s utter nonsense.

There has been no announcement by the Canadian government that is remotely close to what has been claimed / suggested, and the The People’s Voice article naturally (but unsurprisingly) provided no evidence to back up its “fact checked” claims.

To be clear – there is no evidence of any Canadian government policy to euthanise its vaccine injured citizens.

Fact #2 : Kayla Pollock Was Not Euthanised

The People’s Voice article covered the story of Kayla Pollock, who was identified as “the first victim of the new policy“.

That is easily disproven – Kayla Pollock was not euthanised, and is very much alive. In fact, she just posted on Instagram on 20 March 2024!

On top of that, The People’s Voice article itself admitted that Kayla Pollock is still alive, and that she was raising funds for a service dog. But even that is very old, and outdated news – she posted about training a new service dog on 10 July 2022 – more than 1.5 years ago!

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Fact #3 : Kayla Pollock Was Offered MAID Three Times

The People’s Voice article claimed that Kayla Pollock was offered MAID (Medical Assistance In Dying) twice. Even that does not appear to be accurate.

According to her friend, Dennis Audit, who created a GoFundMe for her, Kayla Pollock was offered the MAID option three times.

Fact #4 : You Must Request For Euthanasia In Canada

Just in case you are wondering – the Canadian Medical Assistance In Dying (MAID) programme is opt-in, which means the patient must “make a voluntary request for medical assistance in dying“.

There are strict rules governing MAID in Canada. The government, hospital, or medical professionals, cannot simply euthanise people, even if they have a terminal illness. They certainly cannot euthanise vaccine injured citizens.

To be eligible for medical assistance in dying, you must meet all the following criteria. You must:

  • be eligible for health services funded by a province or territory, or the federal government
    • You may also be eligible if you meet your province or territory’s minimum period of residence or waiting period.
  • be at least 18 years old and mentally competent
    • This means being capable of making health care decisions for yourself.
  • have a grievous and irremediable medical condition
  • make a voluntary request for medical assistance in dying
    • The request cannot be the result of outside pressure or influence.
  • give informed consent to receive medical assistance in dying

Even though Kayla Pollock was offered the MAID option three times, she chose not to accept. Hence, she was not euthanised, completely demolishing The People’s Voice article claim that she was “the first victim of the new policy”.

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Has Canada Begun Euthanising Vaccine-Injured Citizens?!

Fact #5 : Canada Parliament Passed MAID Law In 2016

To be clear – the MAID programme isn’t a new policy. Neither was it a Trudeau government policy. The MAID programme also has nothing to do with COVID-19 vaccine injuries.

It was the Parliament of Canada that passed Bill C-14 on 17 June 2016 to legalise euthanasia, and establish the MAID programme. The MAID programme was further expanded by Bill C-7 on 17 March 2021, to allow euthanasia for people whose death was not “reasonably foreseeable”.

Fact #6 : The People’s Voice Is Known For Fake News

The People’s Voice is the current name for NewsPunch, which possibly changed its name because its brand has been so thoroughly discredited after posting numerous shocking but fake stories.

Founded as Your News Wire in 2014, it was rebranded as NewsPunch in November 2018, before becoming The People’s Voice. A 2017 BuzzFeed report identified NewsPunch as the second-largest source of popular fake news on Facebook that year.

Its articles have been regularly debunked as fake news, so you should never share anything from NewsPunch / The People’s Voice.  Here are some of its fake stories that I fact checked earlier:

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