Freedom Of Information: Canuck Law, Nova Scotia

To find old requests in British Columbia, follow this:

To find old requests in Nova Scotia, follow this:

Also worth a look are these:

(1) Nova Scotia FOI: Tactic Admission No Hospitalization Wave (2021)
(2) Nova Scotia FOI: Refusing To Turn Over Data To Justify Masks In Schools (2021)
(3) Nova Scotia FOI: More Requests To Get Answers (2021)
(4) Nova Scotia FOI: Province PREVIOUSLY Reduced ICU Capacity Recently (2021)
(5) Nova Scotia FOI: No Evidence Asymptomatic Spreading Even Exists (2021)
(6) Nova Scotia FOI: Refusal To Release Contract From CanIMMUNIZE (2022)
(7) Nova Scotia FOI: $19.1 Million Spent On Shots, Testing (2022)
(8) Nova Scotia FOI: No Real Increase In Deaths During “Pandemic” (2022)
(9) Nova Scotia FOI: More Deaths As Vaxx Numbers Climbing (2022)
(10) Nova Scotia FOI: Death Statistics By Age/Vaxx Status (2022)
(11) Nova Scotia FOI: Data Dump On Vaccination Rates (2022)
(12) Nova Scotia FOI: Miscellaneous FOI Results Released (2022)
(13) Nova Scotia FOI: Can’t Be Bothered With Pfizer Documents Released (2022)
(14) Nova Scotia FOI: AEFI And Weather Modification Data (2022)
(15) Nova Scotia FOI: Response On Adverse Effects And Reactions (2022)

(12) Thoughts On The Virus V.S. No-Virus Divide, Proof Standards (2022)

On December 10, 2020, NSERC, the National Science and Engineering Research Council responded with “no records” to 5 questions asked in an access-to-information filing. This questions were:
[1] Proof of isolation of SARS-COV-2 (Covid-19)
[2] What is the error rate — false positives and negatives — of PCR tests?
[3] What is the error rate — false positives and negatives — of antibody tests?
[4] Have vaccine manufacturers been indemnified?
[5] Is there any national vaccine injury compensation program underway?

On October 19, 2020, the BC Ministry of Health admitted it had no idea what the error rate for PCR tests were for Covid-19. The 30% they cite was just a “commonly quoted statistic”. In other words, they have no clue.