Small revisions plus added optional column to PDF: January 15, 2022
Text of the petition:
To the Legislative Assembly of Ontario:
- WHEREAS unprecedented COVID-19 vaccine mandates have disrupted the lives of many Ontarians, causing loss of livelihood and loss of access to facilities; and
- WHEREAS many injuries and even deaths have been documented by official Canadian, US and European adverse event reporting systems; and
- WHEREAS Article 7 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (medical experimentation) and Article 6.1 of the Universal Declaration on Bioethics and Human Rights (all medical interventions) require consent; and
- WHEREAS Ontario’s Health Care Consent Act (https://www.ontario.ca/laws/statute/96h02) states that treatments (including “preventive” ones) shall not be administered without consent and that the consent “must be” “informed,” “given voluntarily,” and “not be obtained through
misrepresentation or fraud.”
We the undersigned petition the Legislative Assembly of Ontario as follows:
That existing laws and treaties protecting us against assault, abuse and intimidation, including the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, the Criminal Code and the Health Care Consent Act, be enforced by officials at all levels.
That all vaccine mandates in the public and private sectors be ended immediately.
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Instructions / HOW TO
Even just one name/address/signature is a valid petition.
Reminder: the rules state that it can’t be an electronic copy. The Ontario Legislature does not allow for electronic petitions like the federal Parliament.
Write out your signature with a pen.
Show it to friends, family and others in your network, and beyond.
“Petitioners must arrange for an MPP to present their petition.” We have to physically get it to an MPP (see arranged MPP and address in the instructions PDF) by mail or hand deliver. Don’t try to fax or use email or use photocopies. Mail your original completed page(s) to that address.
Your feedback to me on the wording of the petition is valuable so that we can do more petitions.
I think a good target is to collect signatures and mail them within a week or two of seeing the petition and beginning your own efforts. You might want to spend more time on it also. It might take longer but it’s just a matter of trying to get as much response as we can together quickly. I notice that the same petition wording is often read more than once in the Legislature as different people have signed each time. There could be one or more signatures: 1, 2, 100 or 1000 or more signatures could make up a petition (one or many pages). It could end up being read more than once in the Legislature. The individual names are not mentioned.
I notice the number of signatures is not usually mentioned in the reading but I hope that we will have a number afterwards.
Latest info is ready:
A. Actual petition PDF is ready for you to print and share with others.
B. Instructions along with mailing address.