The Canadian Covid Care Alliance was established in 2021 in response to the measures undertaken by the Canadian medical and political establishment. Their goal has consistently been to provide evidence based information to the public to restore public safety and Canada. Currently the traditional Canadian “Newswire” services refuse to accept or distribute news or press releases from the CCCA.
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Received: 19:09 hrs 06/16/22
June 16 2022: For Immediate Release
Toronto – A select team of politicians, doctors and auditors will examine the successes and failures of Canada’s Covid-19 response in a three-day hearing to be live-streamed nationwide beginning Wednesday June 22.
“Like all other nations of the world, Canada needed to quickly respond to the Covid-19 crisis. Daylight obviously presents an opportunity to critically examine the reasonableness and appropriateness of what was done during the nighttime storm,” said David Ross, President of the Canadian Covid Care Alliance. “A Citizens’ Hearing is intended to start the process of giving voice to those who have yet to be heard and who have been impacted the most. We hope that this event will be helpful in moving our nation forward in a positive way.”
Testimony will be heard from Canadians who have been negatively impacted by government Covid prevention policies including some who suffered permanent injury and disability resulting from the Covid-19 vaccines.
A panel will also listen to testimony from doctors, lawyers, and scientists offering expert views on what worked and what didn’t when Canada responded to Covid-19.
The panel will be comprised of Preston Manning, former Member of Parliament for Calgary and Official Opposition Leader, Dr. Susan Natsheh MD, retired Ontario paediatrician, and David Ross FCPA FCA Chartered Professional Accountant and President of the Canadian Covid Care Alliance.
The panel will be moderated by veteran CBC Journalist Trish Wood.
There will be three days of testimony, leading to recommendations and a roadmap for the future of Canada.
Media are invited to attend in person from 9 am – 5pm June 22 – 24 at: The Garden Hall, 16th Floor 150 King Street West, Toronto The event will stream live at: www.citizenshearing.ca
Media contact: Sonya Anderson, sonya@CanadianCovidCareAlliance.org