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If you don't believe in getting the COVID-19 vaccine, Ontario's human rights law says you don't have the right to special accommodation

 
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09/28/2021 01:22 PM
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If you don't believe in getting the COVID-19 vaccine, Ontario's human rights law says you don't have the right to special accommodation
A statement put out last week by the Ontario Human Rights Commission explains that anyone who "chooses not to be vaccinated based on personal preference does not have the right to accommodation under the Code."

In the province, human rights code prohibits discrimination based on creed, such as religious beliefs or practices; however, singular beliefs do not amount to creed, as stated in the code.

"Even if a person could show they were denied a service or employment because of a creed-based belief against vaccinations, the duty to accommodate does not necessarily require they be exempted from vaccine mandates, certification or COVID testing requirements," the statement says.

As of last Wednesday, Ontario implemented vaccine requirements for high-risk indoor settings. People must show proof that they're double vaccinated in order to be inside restaurants, nightclubs, concert venues, gyms and more.

Many people who don't believe in getting the vaccine have argued that not having access to these spaces is an infringement on their human rights.

Last week, People's Party of Canada candidate Darryl Mackie was arrested after he entered into a Tim Hortons in Oshawa and refused to show proof of a vaccine.

Mackie compared his actions to civil rights icon Rosa Parks and inspired others who share his beliefs to also refuse the new vaccine mandates.

In the same week as Mackie's sit-in, a mob of unmasked patrons sat-in at the food court inside of Toronto's Eaton Centre, also refusing to show proof of vaccination, as a way of pushing for their rights.
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Re: If you don't believe in getting the COVID-19 vaccine, Ontario's human rights law says you don't have the right to special accommodation
Maybe not in Canada, but in the US we have something called the "Patient's Bill of Rights"! Patients have the right to refuse treatment without reprisal. It's been among the Patient's bill of rights for at least 40 years.

Patient's never had to take the Flu vaccine. This sets a precedent.

No one should be forced to take any medical treatment.

End of story!
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Re: If you don't believe in getting the COVID-19 vaccine, Ontario's human rights law says you don't have the right to special accommodation
Maybe not in Canada, but in the US we have something called the "Patient's Bill of Rights"! Patients have the right to refuse treatment without reprisal. It's been among the Patient's bill of rights for at least 40 years.

Patient's never had to take the Flu vaccine. This sets a precedent.

No one should be forced to take any medical treatment.

End of story!
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Canadians have their rights as well.
For those unsure of what they are can find them here. Including The Canadian Immunization Act – 1997: [link to gameoncanada.org (secure)]
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Re: If you don't believe in getting the COVID-19 vaccine, Ontario's human rights law says you don't have the right to special accommodation
Maybe not in Canada, but in the US we have something called the "Patient's Bill of Rights"! Patients have the right to refuse treatment without reprisal. It's been among the Patient's bill of rights for at least 40 years.

Patient's never had to take the Flu vaccine. This sets a precedent.

No one should be forced to take any medical treatment.

End of story!
 Quoting: Justthefacts12345


Good to know! Thanks!

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m o o t

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09/28/2021 02:24 PM
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Re: If you don't believe in getting the COVID-19 vaccine, Ontario's human rights law says you don't have the right to special accommodation
Bullshit.

Why does the Canadian Immunization Act exist? Are they suddenly pretending it never existed?

Are they ignoring the fact if you get jabbed and injured you can't legally do anything ?

They'd never have taken this position a year ago.

Last Edited by m o o t on 09/28/2021 04:17 PM
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09/28/2021 02:29 PM
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Re: If you don't believe in getting the COVID-19 vaccine, Ontario's human rights law says you don't have the right to special accommodation
After taking a vote among the villagers we have concluded that Ontario's humans rights law can suck a dick. Respectfully of course.
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