Media Outlets Doxing Convoy Supporters, Funded By Trudeau

Many readers here are aware of the crowdsourcing site, GiveSendGo, getting hacked. Personal information of donors for the Canadian convoys was stolen. In the last few days, a number of so-called media outlets have taken it upon themselves to doxx and shame people and organizations for making financial contributions to these trucker convoys. Regardless of a person’s beliefs on the protests themselves, this seems designed to cause problems. Moreover, if CSIS and the RCMP didn’t already have the information of people sending money, this has made it much easier to find that out.

Considering how small some of these communities are, what purpose is served by reporting on how many local residents were sending money? Stumbling across a Twitter thread resulting in a little digging. One conglomerate is Black Press Group Ltd., which owns a lot of these publications.

Why would anyone take to gaslighting like this? One obvious explanation is that many have received financial contributions in the last few years. Perhaps there were strings attached that the public is unaware of.

Does this mean that these outlets (and similar ones) were told what to print? Maybe. As the saying goes: when you pay the piper, you get to call the tune. While businesses all over the country were being ordered to close, media companies were getting extra subsidies.

Abbotsford News Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $244,162.00
Agassiz-Harrison Observer Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $34,667.00
Alberni Valley News Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $72,252.00
Aldergrove Star Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $33,914.00
Boulevard Chinese Magazine Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $87,456.00
Boulevard Magazine Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $255,797.00
Campbell River Mirror Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $176,476.00
Castlegar News Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $49,976.00
Chemainus Valley Courier Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $26,017.00
Chilliwack Progress Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $238,198.00
Cloverdale Reporter Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $41,773.00
Comox Valley Record Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $200,735.00
Cowichan Valley Citizen Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $160,292.00
Fernie Free Press Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $67,199.00
Goldstream News Gazette Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $123,730.00
Kelowna Capital News Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $169,483.00
Keremeos Review Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $11,985.00
Kootenay Extra Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $9,823.00
Lacombe Express Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $38,528.00
Ladysmith Chronicle Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $59,001.00
Lake Country Calendar Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $20,895.00
Lakes District News Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $23,849.00
Langley Advance Times Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $232,498.00
Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows News Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $211,500.00
Mission City Record Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $63,298.00
Monday Magazine Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $25,851.00
Nanaimo News Bulletin Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $252,262.00
Nelson Star Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $139,338.00
North Delta Reporter Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $33,704.00
North Island Gazette Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $19,173.00
North Thompson Star Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $12,057.00
Northern Sentinel Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $11,167.00
Oak Bay News Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $74,258.00
Parksville Qualicum Beach News Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $152,753.00
Peace Arch News Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $241,459.00
Peninsula News Review Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $101,674.00
Penticton Western News Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $112,699.00
Ponoka News Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $76,071.00
Prince Rupert Northern View Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $61,672.00
Quesnel Cariboo Observer Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $75,201.00
Rimbey Review Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $33,807.00
Rossland News Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $11,614.00
Saanich News Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $107,194.00
Sooke News Mirror Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $67,800.00
Surrey Now-Leader Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $238,442.00
Sylvan Lake News Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $57,946.00
Terrace Standard Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $75,543.00
The Golden Star Apr. 1, 2018 – Mar. 31, 2019 $22,264.00
The Golden Star Apr. 1, 2019 – Mar. 31, 2020 $20,280.00
The Golden Star Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $20,280.00
The Golden Star Apr. 1, 2021 – Mar. 31, 2022 $19,191.00
Vernon Morning Star Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $177,593.00
Victoria News Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $94,088.00
West Kootenay Advertiser Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $9,418.00
Wetaskiwin Pipestone Flyer Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $45,111.00
Wine Trails Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $11,348.00
100 Mile House Free Press Apr. 1, 2018 – Mar. 31, 2019 $41,637.00
100 Mile House Free Press Apr. 1, 2019 – Mar. 31, 2020 $39,607.00
100 Mile House Free Press Apr. 1, 2020 – Mar. 31, 2021 $39,607.00
100 Mile House Free Press Apr. 1, 2021 – Mar. 31, 2022 $43,617.00

This is by no means all of the grants Black Press Group has received in recent years. However, it does list the bigger ones that are posted. Pretty sickening, isn’t it?

Shocker: BPG is receiving CEWS, the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy, or at least part of it is. This comes in addition to all of those extra grants handed out in 2020. Of course, so are Postmedia, Torstar, Rogers, Bell, True North, and many others.

Then again, it’s unclear how much these BPG outlets would need to run their operations. Going on several of their websites, they’re basically clones of each other. The above listed grants don’t include advertising dollars, which are likely very substantial.

Have to wonder if this was the goal all along of these fundraisers: to create a “list” of potential rebels. With the GiveSendGo data being hacked, it’s now fairly easy to get all the names.


(A) Unifor, Media, In Bed With Gov’t, $595M
(B) Government Subsidizes Media To Ensure Positive Coverage
(C) Postmedia Subsidies/Connections, Lack Of Real Journalism
(D) Latest “Pandemic Bucks” Grants In 2021, Lorrie Goldstein
(E) Nordstar; Torstar; Metroland Media; Subsidies & Monopoly
(F) Aberdeen Publishing Takes Handouts, Ignores Real Issues
(G) More Periodicals Taking Grants, Parroting Gov’t Narrative
(H) Tri-City News, LMP Pulls Bonnie Henry Article; Pandemic
Subsidized Fact-Check Outlets Run By Political Operatives
(J) Groups Funded By Tax Dollars To Combat “Misinformation”
(K) Counter Intelligence “Disinformation Prevention” Groups Are Charities
(L) CIVIX, More Grants To Combat “Disinformation” In 2021, Domestic, Foreign
(M) PHAC Supporting #ScienceUpFirst Counter Intel Effort
(N) Rockefeller Spends $13.5 To Combat Misinformation

Nova Scotia FOI: Province Refuses To Turn Over Contract With CANImmunize/Clinic Flow

Freedom of information requests (or access to information) can often unearth a treasure trove of data. Alternatively, it can force the body in question to admit that it doesn’t have records that are being sought. After 2 years of this “pandemic” nonsense, one would think that a huge body of evidence had piled up.

Our friend in Nova Scotia is back at it again, digging up dirt and information about the tyranny of Robert Strang. Here are some of the latest finds. Previously, there was the hospitalization scam debunked, the lack of data for masks in schools, the screwy definition of “cases”, Nova Scotia reduced (yes, reduced) ICU capacity, and they have no evidence “asymptomatic spreading” is something that even exists.

In today’s news, she finally (sort of), received the contract from the Nova Scotia Government regarding the arrangement between the Province and CANImmunize/Clinic Flow. Included was a NOTICE that the bulk of it would be redacted since it would interfere with the privacy of a third party. Here is what they included as a justification.

That’s right. That Government won’t let us know about the arrangement of the vaccine passport app, and the threats to our privacy…. since that would harm the privacy of the provider. That would seem pretty backwards to most rational people.

What information will these “movement licenses” be retaining, who will have access, and how long will it remain? Also, can the data be bought or bartered by 3rd parties, who wish to use it for marketing? Will other Government bodies see a use in monitoring the public?

Hopefully, no one in the comments will argue that they turned “something” over. When the bulk of the content is removed, that’s not meaningful disclosure.

Considering that the original FOI request had to be extended beyond the regular time limits, this is especially a slap in the face.

If it’s any consolation, the Nova Scotia Government has been criticized for unnecessary delays when it comes to processing FOI requests. That said, the Province is still run by a tyrant, now Tim Houston. It seems that throwing out the Liberals to vote in Conservatives resulted in no difference in policies.

In another released result, it seems that people in Nova Scotia are admitted to the ICU for many reasons other than this so-called virus. A lengthy document, but worth at least browsing.

Nova Scotia, on the subject of “herd immunity, natural immunity“, has done something of a document dump. Here is what they sent out in response. Now, there are pending FOI requests, and more information will be shared as it becomes available.

Note: if the formats seem a bit off, there were conversion issues when scrubbing personal information. The contents are still the same.

It’s encouraging that someone is taking the time and effort to dig up this information on their Government, and share it with the public. Far too little of this is happening.

(1) 2021-02261-HEA Extension January 5
(2) 2021-02261-HEA Response Package NOTICE
(3) 2021-02261-HEA Response Package Redacted
(5) December 14, 2020 to September 30, 2021 ICU Reasons For Admission
(6) 2021-01645-HEA Response Package Herd Immunity


Kelvin Zero: Developing Digital Biometric ID With Public Money

Publication number: 20210083872
Abstract: Provided herein is a system, device, method, and subnetwork for performing a secure blockchain transaction of a digital asset. The system includes a terminal for generating the blockchain transaction, the terminal configured to operate in a first mode and a second mode, and a switch connector for preventing the terminal from operating in the first mode and the second mode simultaneously. When the terminal is in the first mode, the terminal is connected via a network to a system provider server, the system provider server in communication with a plurality of blockchain devices. When the terminal is in the second mode, the terminal is in communication with a cold storage device. The cold storage device is configured to store a private key for signing the blockchain transaction. The terminal is configured to sign the blockchain transaction on the cold storage device using the private key.
Type: Application
Filed: March 27, 2019
Publication date: March 18, 2021
Inventors: Philippe Desmarais, Thierry St-Jacques Gagnon

The above is a description of a patent to make electronic transfers more secure, and less vulnerable to outside attacks. It outlines a number of security features for identity verification, and to ensure the money gets to its intended targets.

Philippe Desmarais, Thierry St-Jacques Gagnon are the co-Founders of Kelvin Zero. In 2019, they filed a patent application for a blockchain application for digital asset transfers. While this is interesting, this hasn’t really been all their efforts, as the company has been subsidized by taxpayer money. The National Research Council has been handing out grants to fund this kind of technology.

Desmarais is also a Board Member at IX Investing. The name is also a curious one, as many readers will be familiar with the Desmarais Family, who owns Power Corporation and most Canadian politicians.

The Federal Lobbying Registry provides some information on the money that had been given out during the period of the lobbying and solicitation. Other databases have overlapping results.

Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) 2020 $41,359
Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) 2020 $23,375
Information and Communications Technology Council of Canada 2020 $20,000
Information Technology Association of Canada 2020 $32,500
Investissement Québec 2020 $63,364
National Research Council (NRC) 2020 $178,720

Kelvin Zero has been lobbying for the last while in order to secure taxpayer funding for its various initiatives. This is hardly surprising. The grants handed out in 2021 should be publicly available soon.

Bruce Hartley is also an interesting choice to use as the lobbyist. He spent a decade working for Jean Chretien. He was also one of the lobbyist (along with William Pristanski) which got SNC Lavalin their deferred prosecution.

Apr. 1, 2020 Innovation Assistance Program $81,312
Jun. 25, 2020 Innovation Assistance Program $97,408
Oct. 12, 2020 European GVC/MNE access support $30,000
Dec. 20, 2020 Innovation Assistance Program $70,449
Apr. 12, 2021 Digital Biometric ID Card $180,000

Kelvin Zero received several grants from the Federal Government in the last few years. This is information available from Open Search Canada. Perhaps the most interesting of which was the Biometric ID Program.

This project will help Kelvin Zero develop the technology behind its biometric access card system, MULTI-PASSTM. MULTI-PASS is a global, unique digital wallet that organizations and their users can use to process secure data, identity, and access validations over near-field communication (NFC) technology.

Kelvin also describes their project as a way to “validate identity without ever accessing it”. The stated rationale is that if the identity isn’t accessed, then it’s not at risk for being compromised. The company is also working on developing a “universal digital wallet”.

Kelvin is also part of the Thales Accelerate Partner Network. According to records from the Canada Revenue Agency, Thales Digital Solutions has been receiving the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy.


Digital ID & Authentication Council Of Canada (DIACC), Pan-Canadian Trust Framework

Remember voting for either of the Digital ID & Authentication Council Of Canada (DIACC), or the Pan-Canadian Trust Framework? Recall any public discussion or debate on these issues? If not, you probably aren’t alone.

This campaign is a private-public partnership, and done without any real consultation. Interestingly, it started in 2016, which is when GAVI, Microsoft and Rockefeller launched ID2020.

Now, what is it that DIACC is looking to do? Here’s why they are in consultations with the Canadian Government.

According to their “strategic goals” section, the plan is to:

  • Create, publish, and evolve the Pan-Canadian Trust Framework and identify the legislative needs to support the vision.
  • Accelerate interoperability by securing adoption of the Pan-Canadian Trust Framework by businesses and governments.
  • Design, develop, launch a certification program aligned with market needs.
  • Raise profile of Canada’s digital identity innovation via the DIACC as Canada’s digital identity forum.
  • Create Canadian expertise and intellectual property for excellence in digital identity.

It isn’t really explained how any of this would actually be accomplished, nor does it seem very reassuring that the data couldn’t be hacked, sold, or traded. Other than data-mining or research, it’s hard to see what economic benefits are expected.

And while there are vague references to economic benefits, there’s little mention of what Canadians think. That could be because there weren’t consultation.

Legislative Proposal, Bill or Resolution
Budget 2022 as it relates to the Pan-Canadian Trust Framework and digital identification
-The government’s Digital Charter Implementation Act as it relates to prioritizing digital identification and public sector data

Policies or Programs
-Collaborate with policy makers to develop policies and programs that support the pan-canadian digital ID and authentication framework and the incorporation of digital ID and authentication considerations into government -programs and initiatives.
-Raising awareness on the need to implement a digital identity system that empowers Canadians to control their data that is held by the federal government.

The part about “raising awareness on the need to implement a digital identity system” comes across as a call to engage in propaganda efforts, to ensure Canadians don’t understand what’s really happening.

Canada Post Corporation (CPC) 2021-08-31 $50,000
Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) 2020-08-31 $2,750
City of Toronto 2021-08-31 $10,000
Gouvernement du Quebec 2021-08-31 $50,000
Government Chief Information Officer, Province of BC 2021-08-31 $50,000
Land and Title Authority of British Columbia 2021-08-31 $10,000
Ministry of Government Services, Province of Ontario 2021-08-31 $50,000
Service New Brunswick, Province of New Brunswick 2021-08-31 $50,000
Treasury Board Of Canada Secretariat (TBS) 2020-08-31 $50,000
Treasury Board Of Canada Secretariat (TBS) 2021-08-31 $50,000

The Federal Lobbying Registry sheds some light on the grants that DIACC has been getting in the last few years. DIACC isn’t also listed on the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy page, but perhaps the rental subsidy is the $2,750 they received from the CRA.

The lobbyist pushing this, at least in Ottawa, is Jacqueline LaRocque. She has been involved in the Government from 1994 to 2004, which aligns with the years of Jean Chretien and Paul Martin. Her Linkedin profile is even more interesting, as she reveals having been a lobbyist for GlaxoSmithKine — the drug manufacturer — for 4 years after leaving government.

Keep in mind, in 1993 to 2006, Canada was run by the Liberals. They are once again. Many of the same partisan operatives from those days are still around now. Granted, there’s little difference between the parties, but that’s a discussion for another time.

What makes this even more settling is that there are a few Directors of DIACC who are currently involved in Government affairs. This includes the Canadian, Ontario, New Brunswick and B.C. Governments.

What we have here is sitting members of various Governments running a group to implement digital identification across Canada, partnered with private interests who stand to benefit from this. Again, no one ever voted for any of this, and it’s unlikely there were ever any widespread consultations.

Many directors at DIACC also have past and present connections to financial institutions. We have to ask what is the real motivation driving this digital ID push?

Perhaps the most interesting member is Neil Butters. He has worked on these kind of systems in the United States, and helped develop a smart card system for border crossings for Israel. Now, given the rampant surveillance undertaken in the U.S. and Israel, do Canadians have to worry about these digital systems being backdoored? Given the power that this kind of information has, can it really been dismissed out of hand?

Canadian Finance Minister Flaherty appointed the Task Force for the Payments System Review in 2010, made up of representatives from the public and private sectors, privacy commissioners offices, and consumer advocates. One of the key outcomes was recognition that digital ID and authentication are integral to the success of digital payments and to Canada’s digital economy.

The DIACC was created in 2012 to continue the activities of the Electronic Payments Task Force and achieve their vision for a robust, secure, scalable, and privacy-enhancing structure for transacting online.

As a self-governing and not-for-profit council, the DIACC brings together public and private sector members to collaborate and advance Canada’s digital identification and authentication ecosystem. This is accomplished by delivering a digital trust framework that will unlock digital economy opportunities for every Canadian.

DIACC establishes Expert Committees (ECs) to move high-impact projects forward. Chaired by members of the council, the committees run strategic projects and create valuable resources.

In its “principles” section, it explains that the Task Force for the Payments System Review was created in 2010 by then Finance Minister, Jim Flaherty. So this was actually started with the Conservatives were in power, and the Liberals seem to have carried on as normal. DIACC was launched in 2012 as a continuation.

Worth noting: while Jim Flaherty helped push digital identity (Federally) a decade ago, his wife, Christine Elliott, is now the Health Minister of Ontario. That Province is expected to fully adopt digital identity.

In their lobbying section, DIACC referenced the old Bill C-11, which died when the last election was called. For some extra information, Bill C-11 had concerns about facial recognition technology being used, and the safety of medical data. This isn’t addressed, at least not on their site.

For people concerned about their information, and who has access, the lack of specific detail is concerning. How will this be used, and what safeguards will be put in place? What remedies are available when the inevitable data breaches occur?

(8) Joni Brennan _ LinkedIn
(10) Experience _ Jacqueline (Jacquie) LaRocque _ LinkedIn
(12) Robert Devries _ LinkedIn
(14) Dave Nikolejsin _ LinkedIn
(16) CJ Ritchie _ LinkedIn
(18) Marc Brouillard _ LinkedIn
(20) Colleen Boldon _ LinkedIn
(22) Neil Butters _ LinkedIn

Bluink Ltd: Developing Digital Identity & Vaccine Certification

Bluink is a company that’s working on systems of digital identification and verification of identify. The rationale is that this will ultimately be more secure than having physical documents. This could have potential uses both in the private and public sector. Of course, things get a bit more disturbing when you realize their latest project: a nationwide vaccine passport system. The Federal Lobbying Registry states that they’re in talks with Ottawa over the 2 subjects.

(a) Development of alignment between provincial vaccine certifications and federal standards
(b) Development of digital identification and verification standards.

According to their website, Bluink is able to run their system with driver’s licenses and service cards in all Provinces and Territories. They are also able to do Canadian, Chinese, French and U.S. passports.

Now, Bluink is also working on “aligning provincial certifications and federal standards”. In short, this means compiling a national vaccine passport system. In fairness, being in talks doesn’t mean the papers are signed, but this would be just the company to do it.

Think about it: a company that is already able to do digital ID for all Provincial and Territorial ID (and passports) is also quite likely to build a national vaccine certification system. The obvious question is that what stops this company — or any user — from simply combining the systems? How hard would it be to attach your vaccine status to a driver’s license, health card, or passport? Even if this isn’t the company to do it, Ottawa could always bring in someone else to take that last step.

If you have the full name and birthdate of every health card and vaccine record, how much work would it be to merge them into a single record?

This is also another case of “funding your own demise”, as we will get into. Taxpayers are on the hook for this creeping erosion of privacy.

No, surprise. Bluink is listed with the C.R.A. as having received the CEWS, or the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy. And if they are getting that, then the rental subsidies are likely thrown in too. Really, at this point, what company “hasn’t” been getting them?. Real capitalism seems non-existent, as everything is nationalized. And it keeps going.

According to the Lobbying Registry, it received nearly $2 million in the year 2020 from: (a) Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA); (b) Canada Post Corporation (CPC): and (c) Shared Services Canada (SSC). More is expected to get more money in 2021 and beyond. Some information about the lobbyists is given later on.

The choice of granting institutions is interesting. The CBSA won’t stop people illegally entering the country, but at least we’ll be able to given them a digital ID. That’s great.

May 2, 2012 National Research Council $50,000
Apr. 15, 2013 National Research Council $40,000
Apr. 15, 2013 National Research Council $500,000
Oct. 30, 2013 National Research Council $30,000
Jun. 25, 2015 National Research Council $87,500
Sep. 29, 2015 National Research Council $47,500
Mar. 4, 2016 National Research Council $25,500
Sep. 6, 2016 National Research Council $205,750
Sep. 6, 2016 National Research Council $148,750
Jul. 1, 2018 National Research Council $50,000
Oct. 21, 2018 National Research Council $50,000
Jan. 1, 2019 National Research Council $48,200
Jun. 1, 2019 National Research Council $150,000
Apr. 1, 2020 National Research Council $152,460

According to the NSERC listings, Bluink was involved in a 2013 project for a Algorithmic approach to dynamic scheduling, which netted a $22,500 grant. Another one was in 2016, worth $25,000 for child Login Research using FIDO public key authentication.

So, this has actually been in the works for about a decade. The average person probably had no idea that this was going on. Now, who was pushing for vaccine certification at the Federal level?

One lobbyist for Bluink was Lindsay Stevens. Several years back, she was a “Government Affairs Intern” with Johnson & Johnson (who makes vaccines in Canada). The next year she became a legislative assist at Queen’s Park. Interesting career trajectory. Another is Adam Yahn, who has ties to both the Ontario Conservatives, and to the Federal Party. Katlyn Harrison worked briefly as a Parliamentary Assistant before going into lobbying. All are employed by the firm Summa Strategies.

Summa is Chaired by Tim Powers, long time Conservative Party of Canada operative and talking head on the Canadian news.

It has been derided as an insane conspiracy theory that this “pandemic” is being used to bring about societal change, including digital ID. On the other hand, that appear to be exactly where this is heading. And Bluink will be in a position to deliver a combined system soon, if it can’t already.

Attaching vaccine status to something like a driver’s license will make it an actual movement license (credit to RoadToSerfdom), and not just a moniker. Haven’t taken your shots — and boosters — just yet? You won’t be allowed to leave your zone. Considering that Transport Canada is also involved, this isn’t hyperbole.

When Provinces decide that there will no longer be physical service cards, or when Ottawa phases out passports, what will be used to fill the void? S.I.N. card (the white plastic ones) stopped getting produced years ago. This is just an expansion of that idea.

Worth a reminder: The Vaccine Credential Initiative includes the Ontario Ministry of Health. It’s quite possible that this is where it will be launched first.

Bluink themselves explain how their technology works. Tying a medical record to it wouldn’t be a stretch.

(8) Lindsay Stevens LinkedIn Profile
(10) Adam Yahn LinkedIn Profile
(12) Kate Harrison LinkedIn Profile

CANImmunize: Working With Big Pharma On National Vaccination Certification, Medical Research

In Nova Scotia, as well as other areas, you can use CANImmunize to book your vaccine appointment. Do you think you need to? Well, perhaps reading through this information of their partners will be enlightening.

This company openly admits that your health data may be sold or used for research purposes. Now, identifying details will likely be removed, but it’s still pretty underhanded. Not only is it receiving Government (or taxpayer) funding, but your data is likely worth money. In other words, the public financing its own invasion of privacy. More on that later.

CANImmunize is also part of the Vaccine Safety Network, which was established by the World Health Organization. It’s a mixture of various Government agencies and pro-vaccine NGOs pushing the big pharma agenda. You will find an awful lot of overlapping names here.

CANImmunize describes itself as “Ottawa-based technology company specializing in immunization software. It developed the CANImmunize app, a pan-Canadian digital immunization tracking system that helps Canadians keep track of their vaccinations with a mobile app and web portal”. In short, it’s laying the ground work for a vaccine passport, despite how harmless this sounds. Interestingly, this was set up in 2012, long before this so-called “pandemic”.

Incidently, PHAC, the Public Health Agency of Canada, isn’t a Canadian entity. It was created by an Order In Council in 2004 to serve various World Health Organization functions.

For a walk down memory lane, the Vaccine Credential Initiative has been hard at work trying to get a global vaccine passport. The Government of Ontario is a partner organization. There’s reason to fear that this is going to be the new ID required to move around.

It’s also recognized by the European Centre for Prevention and Disease Control, their equivalent of the CDC. That’s just lovely. Now who else is responsible for advancing, funding, and promoting CANImmuize?

1. Pfizer A Major Sponsor/Endorser Of CANImmunize

Pfizer is a prominent sponsor and endorses of CANImmunize. This is a significant conflict of interest, considering that it’s likely the biggest financial benefactor of the mass vaccination agenda. That said, this is only the tip of the iceberg.

2. Sanofi Pasteur Also Interested In This Venture

It’s worth mentioning that Sanofi also provides indirect funding to CANImmunize, by financing and supporting their other partners. Perhaps this is a way to make it more difficult to see just how much money is coming in.

3. I-Boost-Immunity Endorser Of CANImmunize

IBoostImmunity has ties to UNICEF and the BC Public Health Association. It’s sponsored by: London Drugs, Sanofi Pasteur, and Merck. London Drugs is a large chain in the West, and has immunization clinics in virtually every location.

4. Kids Boost Immunity Funded By Big Pharma

Kids Boost Immunity is partnered with UNESCO and the U.N. It also is sponsored by companies by GlaxoSmithKline, Merck, Pfizer and Sanofi Pasteur. Are we seeing the common thread here?

5. Immunize Canada Funded By Pharmaceutical Companies

Immunize Canada is financed by the usual suspects. And taking a quick through its “member organization”, many of them also receive money from those same groups.

6. Vaccines411 Anonymous Referral Service For Vaccination

Who We Are is an online vaccination clinic locator which also includes reliable immunization resources for Canadians to easily find the vaccination resources they need. The website was officially launched in May 2011. This free online service was created in order to facilitate the process of vaccination for the many Canadians who do not know where to turn to for this kind of information.

Vaccines411® is managed by a dedicated team of professionals, which includes writers, researchers, translators, and developers. The content and resources provided on Vaccines411 is selected and reviewed by our team based on clarity, objectivity, and the credibility of its sources (i.e. government sourcing, medical reviews etc). However, please note that we are not healthcare professionals and that the information provided on is designed to complement, not replace, the relationship between a patient and his/her healthcare professionals.

This is supposed to an online referral service, for people looking to get their shots. Although the names seem to be kept hidden, it’s not difficult to imagine where the money comes from.

7. Society Of Obstetricians And Gynaecologists: Pregnant Women

This was covered in an earlier article. The Society Of Obstetricians And Gynaecologists is supposed to be concerned with promoting the health and well being of women and children. Instead, its Pfizer money has likely contributed to the absurd recommendations with pregnant women.

8. Canada Immunization Research Network

CIRN, the Canadian Immunization Research Network, is another group that has been previously covered on this site. Like the others, it supports CANImmunize too. This organization takes money from the public, and is supposed to be neutrally investigating and researching how safe and effective vaccines are. However, given the cash they also get from drug companies makes that suspicious.

9. Federation of Medical Women Of Canada, Funded By Pharma

The Federation of Medical Women of Canada (FMWC) is funded by by drug companies. That’s pretty twisted, considering that pushing harmful medications on women will lead to far fewer of them alive.

10. Meningitis Foundation Canada, Funded By Pfizer

Now, this group, Meningitis Foundation Canada, probably has many donors. However, Pfizer has presumably contributed enough that it merits displaying it prominently across that main page. But don’t worry, that won’t impact whether or not certain therapeutics are recommended, or how often.

Enough about the donors and sponsors. The available information about the technology itself and the company is pretty chilling.

Kumanan Wilson, the CANImmunize Chief Executive Officer, say in his biography:

An internal medicine physician, scientist and expert in digital health, Dr. Wilson is an internationally, widely published expert in public health and immunization and the founder of the CANImmunize project. Currently funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the World Health Organization Dr. Wilson’s vision is to use technology to solve public health problems

In other words, his project is at least partially funded by WHO and the Gates Foundation. It’s not like they have an agenda or anything.

If all of this isn’t creepy enough, CANImmunize provides plenty of promotional material promotion their App, and vaccines in general. Some of this seems clearly targeted to children.

As for its privacy policies:

CANImmunize will use your information to send you communications about vaccinations and other healthy behaviours, including information from integration partners such as local health authorities, updates about outbreaks near you if you choose to use location services, and periodic updates about CANImmunize Inc and its platforms. You will be offered the ability to opt out or unsubscribe from these communications. If you have consented to sharing your information with one or more integration partners, CANImmunize will share it with them.

CANImmunize may transfer your personal information, excluding health information (except in cases where you send us unsolicited health information – which we delete – outside of the platform such as through support channels), to domestic or international third parties including, for example, IT services, for processing that furthers the purposes for which you consented to provide the personal information. These transferees will be required to maintain privacy and data security standards similar to our own. This sort of transfer is considered a use not a disclosure under Federal privacy legislation. For more information, see here:

By creating an account and storing your immunization information in the app, you are also consenting to allow CANImmunize to use it in de-identified and/or aggregate form for research purposes in the health sector. De-identified information is information about you, but it has been stripped of identifiers such as your name or date of birth and cannot be associated with you as an identifiable individual. Aggregate information is data combined from several measurements; when data is aggregated, groups of observations are replaced with summary statistics such that the data cannot be linked back to an identifiable individual. This will happen only where the research has been approved by, and is protected by, the policies of a Research Ethics Board.

CANImmunize will also use aggregate information to inform its understanding of trends in vaccination, opportunities to improve immunization rates or to generate other insights and may share this aggregate information with third parties.

Before CANImmunize uses or discloses your personal information for any other purpose, we will always ask for your consent.

Whether you want it or not, your medical information is available to be sold to 3rd parties for the purposes of research. Sure, your name and contact details may be purged, but you are part of future data compilation. It seems that this may be one of the biggest data harvests in history in Canada.

Again, by taking part and using the app, you are presumed to have consented. Now, if this limited assurance isn’t enough for you, try out the terms of service:

Use of CANImmunize is governed by these Terms of Use. We may amend or modify these Terms of Use at any time, without notice. The current version of these Terms of Use will be available each time you access the website. By using CANImmunize, you agree to be bound by these Terms of Use and are responsible for reviewing these Terms of Use as well as the CANImmunize Privacy Policy. You also agree that you will comply with all applicable laws and regulations when using CANImmunize and are prohibited from attempting to violate the security of the website. You should not use CANImmunize if you do not agree to these Terms of Use and the Privacy Policy, understand what they mean, or do not consent for your data to be used.

In other words, CANImmunize can change their terms at any time, without notice. On the other hand, the people using this app are expected to read and understand what’s going on. Feels great, doesn’t it?

(4) Vaccine Safety Net _ Vaccine Safety Net
(8) Partners _ CANImmunize
(10) Sponsors _ I Boost Immunity
(12) Our Partners _ Kids Boost Immunity
(14) Member Organizations _ immunizecanada
(18) Sponsors & Partners _
(20) Our Supporters
(22) Promotion _ CANImmunize
(25) Privacy Policy _ CANImmunize

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