Canada is a medical apartheid state.
Unvaccinated Canadians face some of the harshest discrimination in the world for their personal medical choice to refuse the experimental COVID-19 shot.
If you’re an unvaccinated Canadian, it’s nearly impossible to board airplanes, trains, or cruise ships.
From the Government of Canada:
If you’re 12 years of age plus 4 months, or older, you’ll need to be fully vaccinated in order to board:
- domestic or international flights departing from most airports in Canada, including charter and foreign airlines carrying commercial passengers
- Medevac flights are excluded, regardless of where they depart or land
- Private flights that don’t require access to airports with a vaccination requirement are excluded
- VIA Rail, AMTRAK, White Pass & Yukon Route Railroad (WP&YR), and Rocky Mountaineer trains
Contact your airline or railway company about their boarding requirements and refund policies.
COVID-19 tests: if you qualify as fully vaccinated, a COVID-19 test result is not needed to board a flight or train in Canada unless you’re flying to a country that requires it.
If you’re unvaccinated, you must provide a valid COVID-19 test result if you were given an exemption:
- from your carrier or
- through the National Interest Exemption Program (NIEP)
If you don’t provide proof of vaccination (or valid COVID-19 test result if you have an exemption), you won’t be able to travel. You could face penalties or fines if you provide false, misleading information, or evidence about:
- your proof of vaccination or
- a COVID-19 test result
Vaccination is required for travel within and to depart Canada. A valid COVID-19 molecular test result will no longer be accepted as an alternative to vaccination unless you’re eligible for one of the limited exemptions.
This strict mandate for unvaccinated Canadians is scheduled for three years, according to the 2021 Economic and Fiscal Update.
The Canadian government allocated $37.4 million over three years to Transport Canada.
There will be a 3 year travel ban on unvaccinated Canadians. This is from the budget.https://t.co/36GWb3GT3y
This is shameful discrimination. pic.twitter.com/u1yFWbF3F1
— Mark Paralovos (@MarkParalovos) April 29, 2022
Per the budget document (page 13):
Making Travel Safer
Vaccine mandates and proof of vaccination credentials protect our families, our workplaces, and our
communities. They give us the confidence to have a meal at a restaurant, attend community events, and even begin to safely travel in accordance with public health guidelines. Vaccine requirements have helped increase vaccination rates across Canada, which is keeping more people safe. Vaccine mandates are helping businesses safely reopen and recover, which helps create jobs, increase workers’ hours and wages, and grow the middle class.
To protect the safety of travellers and workers, the government took action to put in place a requirement that:
• All travellers now departing from Canadian airports, on VIA Rail and Rocky Mountaineer trains, or on cruise
ships (or non-essential passenger vessels on voyages of 24 hours or more) must be fully vaccinated, with
very limited exceptions.
• All employers in the federally regulated air, rail and marine transportation sectors must establish vaccination policies that ensure employees are fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
The government proposes to provide $37.4 million over three years, starting in 2021-22, to Transport
Canada to support the implementation and oversight of this vaccine mandate for federally regulated air, rail, and marine employees and passengers.
Even unvaccinated Australians can now depart their country without requesting a travel exemption.
Unvaccinated Australian Citizens Can (FINALLY) Leave the Country Without a Travel Exemption April 18th
Canada is arguably now the world’s most discriminatory nation against unvaccinated citizens.