Dr. Chris Alan Shoemaker, a licensed physician in Ontario with 45 years of experience and a former member of Eastern Ontario's COVID Response Team, recently gave a speech to hundreds of people on Parliament Hill in Ottawa warning them about how dangerous the experimental mRNA COVID-19 vaccines are. (Related: COVID-19 vaccines are killing shocking numbers of doctors in Canada.)
According to Shoemaker, the vaccine "is a more toxic version of the virus – more toxic, more damaging and more lethal, especially in the long-term as it damages your t-cells." He added that the deaths connected to the COVID-19 vaccines prove that they don't work.
"They make you four times more likely to get COVID. In the last eight months, 95 percent of the people in the ICU are fully vaccinated," he said in his speech. "The vaccinated have been harmed. Their immune systems are being harmed. Stop harming your immune systems. You are only going to perpetuate the pandemic."
Shoemaker also sounded the alarm on the number of children dying after getting the shot. He noted that fully vaccinated children are 5,200 percent more likely to die than their unvaccinated counterparts.
"Your 10 to 14-year-old is now, by proven statistics, more likely to die in the following six months than a non-vaccinated child," he warned.
Thanks to the relentless efforts of Shoemaker and thousands of other people like him, the federal government of Canada is set to announce the lifting of COVID-19 vaccine travel requirements by the end of September.
This means proof of vaccination, including the use of the ArriveCan App, a digital vaccine passport, will be optional. The end of the mandate will apply to all airports and all land and sea crossings into Canada. This also means random COVID-19 testing for air travelers arriving in Canada will end.
"I would be glad if they would lift it," said Sarah Baldwin, an American who likes to travel to Canada through the Thousand Islands Bridge border crossing. She noted how using the ArriveCan App can be a nuisance for travelers like her. It has been blamed for delays at border crossings and many people like Baldwin have called for the end of its mandatory use for months.
Additionally, Baldwin is concerned about her digital privacy and the potential for hackers to steal people's information through the ArriveCan App. "I don't like putting my information into any database, public or private," she said.
Canadian Jean Sawaya feels like the lifting of restrictions is long overdue.
"I think it's people's choice if they want to be vaccinated. It's up to them," said Sawaya. "We might as well start crossing the border easier.'
"The number of barriers being removed will result in more passenger traffic," said Jeanne Klodt, who remarked that dropping the vaccine mandate could help the Canadian economy recover and return to normal.
The federal government of Canada noted that the ArriveCan App will transition into being used for things like the digitization of customs declaration forms.
Learn more about the dangers of COVID-19 vaccines at Vaccines.news.
Listen to Dr. Shoemaker's full speech from the Sept. 17 Freedom Rally in Ottawa.