BC Centre For Disease Control Foundation Is Registered Charity, With Pharma Funding

According to the Canada Revenue Agency, the BCCDC Foundation — British Columbia Centre for Disease Control Foundation — is actually a registered charity. It’s located at 1500-1090 West Georgia Street in vancouver, while the BCCDC (the body) is at 655 W 12th Ave, Vancouver.

The BCCDC Foundation appears to be the fundraising branch of the agency, though it appears to have the same goals.

It turns out that a lot of these “public health” agencies are registered charities, accepting private money. However, more on that later.

Looking at their annual reports, some of the same names keep coming up in terms of partners and donors. Several are pharmaceutical companies.

As disturbing as it sounds, the BCCDC Foundation routinely lists pharmaceutical companies as being major partners and donors in its annual reports. Check out the most recent ones available below.

The BCCDC Foundation is hardly alone in being a registered charity, and accepting donations from private interests. In fact, a check with Canada Revenue Agency reveals that this is normal.

BC Provincial Health Services Authority
Alberta Health Services

Pardon the earlier oversight, but these “public” groups are in fact registered charities, as are countless others of their counterparts. More on that later.

Unfortunately, the publicly available information with the CRA doesn’t list the dollar amounts of contributors. However, it does give insight as to where the money is spent, including giving to “qualified donee”.

2015 to 2016 Donations From BCCDC Foundation
Qualified donee # 1
Name of organization: University of British Columbia
Associated charity: No
Business number/Registration number: 108161779RR0001
City: VANCOUVER
Province/Territory: BC
Amounts of non-cash gifts:
Total amount of gifts: CAN$ 111,663.00

Qualified donee # 2
Name of organization: PROVINCIAL HEALTH SERVICES AUTHORITY
Associated charity: No
Business number/Registration number: 863530135RR0001
City: VANCOUVER
Province/Territory: BC
Amounts of non-cash gifts:
Total amount of gifts: CAN$ 1,084,366.00

2016 to 2017 Donations From BCCDC Foundation
Qualified donee # 1
Name of organization: University of British Columbia
Associated charity: No
Business number/Registration number: 108161779RR0001
City: VANCOUVER
Province/Territory: BC
Amounts of non-cash gifts:
Total amount of gifts: CAN$ 141,967.00
Was any part of the gift intended for political activities?

Qualified donee # 2
Name of organization: PROVINCIAL HEALTH SERVICES AUTHORITY
Associated charity: No
Business number/Registration number: 863530135RR0001
City: VANCOUVER
Province/Territory: BC
Amounts of non-cash gifts:
Total amount of gifts: CAN$ 706,762.00
Was any part of the gift intended for political activities? No

Qualified donee # 3
Name of organization: BRITISH COLUMBIA CENTRE FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION
Associated charity: No
Business number/Registration number: 851838730RR0001
City: VANCOUVER
Province/Territory: BC
Amounts of non-cash gifts:
Total amount of gifts: CAN$ 41,972.00
Was any part of the gift intended for political activities?

2017 to 2018 Donations From BCCDC Foundation
Qualified donee # 1
Name of organization: UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Associated charity: No
Business number/Registration number: 108161779RR0001
City: VANCOUVER
Province/Territory: BC
Amounts of non-cash gifts:
Total amount of gifts: CAN$ 135,274.00
Was any part of the gift intended for political activities? No

Qualified donee # 2
Name of organization: PROVINCIAL HEALTH SERVICES AUTHORITY
Associated charity: No
Business number/Registration number: 863530135RR0001
City: VANCOUVER
Province/Territory: BC
Amounts of non-cash gifts:
Total amount of gifts: CAN$ 426,016.00
Was any part of the gift intended for political activities? No

Qualified donee # 3
Name of organization: BRITISH COLUMBIA CENTRE FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION
Associated charity: No
Business number/Registration number: 851838730RR0001
City: VANCOUVER
Province/Territory: BC
Amounts of non-cash gifts:
Total amount of gifts: CAN$ 15,300.00
Was any part of the gift intended for political activities? No

2018 to 2019 Donations From BCCDC Foundation
Qualified donee # 1
Name of organization: University of British Columbia
Associated charity: No
Business number/Registration number: 108161779RR0001
City: VANCOUVER
Province/Territory: BC
Amounts of non-cash gifts:
Total amount of gifts: CAN$ 58,714.00
Was any part of the gift intended for political activities? No

Qualified donee # 2
Name of organization: PROVINCIAL HEALTH SERVICES AUTHORITY
Associated charity: No
Business number/Registration number: 863530135RR0001
City: VANCOUVER
Province/Territory: BC
Amounts of non-cash gifts:
Total amount of gifts: CAN$ 290,267.00
Was any part of the gift intended for political activities? No

2019 to 2020 Donations From BCCDC Foundation
Qualified donee # 1
Name of organization: PROVINCIAL HEALTH SERVICES AUTHORITY
Associated charity: No
Business number/Registration number: 863530135RR0001
City: VANCOUVER
Province/Territory: BC
Amounts of non-cash gifts:
Total amount of gifts: CAN$ 588,553.00

Qualified donee # 2
Name of organization: COMMUNITY-BASED RESEARCH CENTRE SOCIETY
Associated charity: No
Business number/Registration number: 882078124RR0001
City: VANCOUVER
Province/Territory: BC
Amounts of non-cash gifts:
Total amount of gifts: CAN$ 8,341.00

Qualified donee # 3
Name of organization: UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Associated charity: No
Business number/Registration number: 108161779RR0001
City: VANCOUVER
Province/Territory: BC
Amounts of non-cash gifts:
Total amount of gifts: CAN$ 89,225.00

Qualified donee # 4
Name of organization: PHA PUBLIC HEALTH ASSOCIATION OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Associated charity: No
Business number/Registration number: 118818830RR0002
City: VICTORIA
Province/Territory: BC
Amounts of non-cash gifts:
Total amount of gifts: CAN$ 74,626.00

It’s interesting to see that UBC (University of British Columbia) and the BCPHSA (BC Provincial Health Services Authority are the main recipients of money raised by the BCCDC Foundation. The BCPHSA is also a registered charity, and it receives more money from this charity.

The implication is also that UBC, the BCPHSA and the BCCDC are indirectly receiving donations from pharmaceutical companies like Pfizer. That wouldn’t impact the medical guidance it offers, would it?

As an aside, the BCCDC Foundation is also quite heavily into the social justice and anti-racism narrative. Course, that just means that white mean are oppressing everyone else. This institution also supports the whole SOGI (sexual orientation and gender identity) movement. This is quite the irony, and most minorities are absolutely put off by deviancies these groups push.

The BCCDC Foundation also misrepresents the status of these vaccines in Canada. They were never approved, but given interim authorization, under the guise of being an emergency. These are not the same thing. It’s interesting (though not surprising) that they are funding vaccine research by people from the same institutions they help finance.

And if that isn’t weird or creepy enough, testing and vaccinating cats may soon be on the horizon. Perhaps once the human trials are complete we can start on animals.

The Foundation also works with Genome BC, and one of their major projects is mapping out how vaccine effects can be measured according to genetic makeup. On some level intriguing, but it’s also pretty creepy.

This moment is brought to you by big pharma.

However, it’s a little unclear. Is the BCCDC FINANCING UBC and the BCPHSA, or are they receiving donations from them? Or is money going back and forth?

All of this raises an interesting question. BC Provincial Health Officer, Bonnie Henry, used to run the BCCDC. It’s now getting pharma bucks from companies like Pfizer, who have a financial stake in promoting this pandemic narrative. Is this a conflict of interest for her?

Jennifer Gardy (a Director), used to be an official for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, but that isn’t really relevant, is it?

Then again, she had no problem with putting an exemption into her orders to accommodate a Keremeos winery that she co-owned.

There also doesn’t seem to be any issue, with her former handler, Jean-Marc Prevost, accepting a job with Counsel Public Affairs to lobby on behalf of Emergent Biosciences. This is the manufacturer of AstraZeneca.

Now, this is too long to address in a single post, but many of the Provincial or Municipal “Health Authorities” are actually registered charities. See here, for some of them.

Why structure all of these as charities? One obvious answer is to make it more likely for others to donate. After all, a charitable contribution typically results in a tax rebate of around 50%. That means taxpayers are subsidizing these donations. So when companies like Pfizer, Merck and GSK are donating to the BCCDC Foundation, it means the public is partially paying for it.

(1) https://apps.cra-arc.gc.ca/ebci/hacc/srch/pub/dsplyBscSrch
(2) https://apps.cra-arc.gc.ca/ebci/hacc/srch/pub/dsplyRprtngPrd?q.srchNm=bccdc&q.stts=0007&selectedCharityBn=861277309RR0001&dsrdPg=1
(3) https://apps.cra-arc.gc.ca/ebci/hacc/srch/pub/dsplyRprtngPrd?q.srchNm=provincial+health&q.stts=0007&selectedCharityBn=863530135RR0001&dsrdPg=1
(4) https://bccdcfoundation.org/
(5) https://bccdcfoundation.org/a-new-partnership-to-fund-priority-research-on-covid-19-vaccination-in-bc/
(6) https://bccdcfoundation.org/all-resources/decoding-public-health/
(7) https://bccdcfoundation.org/sexual-orientation-and-gender-identity-and-expression-conversion-efforts-sogiece-dialogue-event-and-research/
(8) https://bccdcfoundation.org/cats-needed-for-covid-19-and-cats-study/
(9) BCCDCF Annual Report 2013-14 Final Report
(10) BCCDCF Annual Report 2014-15 Final Report
(11) BCCDCF Annual Report 2015-16 Final Report
(12) BCCDCF Annual Report 2016-17 Final Report
(13) BCCDCF Annual Report 2017-18 Final Report
(14) BCCDCF Annual Report 2018-19 Final Report
(15) https://twitter.com/BCCDCFoundation
(16) https://twitter.com/GenomeBC
(17) https://twitter.com/msfhr/status/1395417138723049472

5 Replies to “BC Centre For Disease Control Foundation Is Registered Charity, With Pharma Funding”

  1. Canuck Law is what the hoaxsters behind the covid 19 pandemic hoax are not, namely people who do honest, productive work. And I’m sure that would be the case if there were no covid hoaxsters out there.

  2. You need a Convention of States to get rid of big government, just like we do in the US! Tired of these people taking tax dollars to fund scams – here they stole Medicare and Medicaid dollars to pay for almost forcible vaccines that were not needed!

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