Mandatory Vaccination is Coming to Ontario and What You Can Do To Stop It!

February 14, 2017

By Suzanne Maher

Mandatory Vaccination is Coming to Ontario and What You Can Do To Stop It!

To be forewarned is to be forearmed and we should all be aware of what our governments are planning for us.  To enact laws that forcibly make parents vaccinate their children is the end of democracy as we know it.  The is quite simply medical warfare.  Neuro toxic substances poisonous to the nervous system and tissues. such as; mercury, monosodium glutamate, thimerosal, chicken egg protein, formaldehyde, aluminum lake, and monkey genes are ingredients in the vaccines given to us.

The Canadian Medical Association has called for an end to non-medical exemptions in provinces that have mandatory vaccination rules.

Tommy Gerschman, a Vancouver physician, states that “it’s time to end all non-medical exemptions for vaccinations”.  Currently three provinces; Ontario, Manitoba and New Brunswick  have laws making it mandatory for children to show proof of vaccination before they can attend school. (In other provinces and territories, the rules vary by school board, and sometimes by school or daycare centre.)

The current law in those provinces allows parents to sidestep those rules if they have a religious or philosophical objection to vaccination. (Children with medical conditions that do not allow them to be vaccinated, such as immune deficiencies and severe allergies, are also exempt.).  These laws are what the Canadian Medical Association wish to abolish.

We must be given right to choose what is administered in our own bodies and those of our children.  The right to protect the DNA and genetic code from possibly irreversible side effects of vaccines.

Moreover, if a child has been vaccinated and then becomes damaged, it is the parents responsibility to cover all medical expenses of the damaged child.

What is happening to our society?

“Unlike some countries, immunization is not mandatory in Canada; it cannot be made mandatory because of the Canadian Constitution. Only three provinces have legislation or regulations under their health-protection acts to require proof of immunization for school entrance. Ontario and New Brunswick require proof for diphtheria, tetanus, polio, measles, mumps, and rubella immunization. In Manitoba, only measles vaccination is covered. It must be emphasized that, in these three provinces, exceptions are permitted for medical or religious grounds and reasons of conscience; legislation and regulations must not be interpreted to imply compulsory immunization.

Medical, Religious & Philosophical – Exemptions
Vaccine exemption forms can be obtained from your local health department. This needs to be filled out, and notarized and given to your child’s school. Parents are advised to retain a copy for their own files, as schools often lose the forms, and the process then has to be repeated. Links to forms and explanations can be found here: 

Vaccine Excipient & Media Summary – Ingredients in the vaccines

Drug Reactions


Ariella – Vaccine stopped brain from developing at four months

At birth – Hepatitis B Vaccination

Baby atrophies after BCG Vaccine

Progressive Vaccinia Smallpox Vaccination –  Child with Leukemia

Generalized Vaccinia

Generalized Vaccinia – Severe Eczema

For more information

Mandatory Vaccination is Coming to Ontario and What You Can Do To Stop It!