Political wins

November 2023: Alberta UCP adopts resolutions to protect fundamental freedoms

See Alberta UPC Resolutions page for full document

The Resolutions Passed by Alberta’s UCP at their AGM. 

March 2024: Louisiana rejects WHO and UN

Louisiana's senate unanimously voted to pass a bill that will ban any rules and mandates from the World Health Organization, the World Economic Forum and the UN from being enforced in the state from August 1st on. 

Let's take a look at the text in the bill that was just passed in Louisiana.

"The World Health Organization, United Nations and the World Economic Forum shall have no jurisdiction or power within the state of Louisiana. No rule, regulation, fee, tax, policy or mandate of any kind of the World Health Organization, United Nations and the World Economic Forum shall be enforced or implemented by the state of Lousiana or any agency, department, board, commission, political subdivision, governmental entity of the state, parish, municipality, or any other political entity".

April 2024: Japan - Vaccine no longer public-funded

“Fully public-funded vaccination of the new coronavirus vaccine will end on March 31,” the Japanese government said. https://www.naturalnews.com/2024-03-27-japan-starts-charging-mrna-vaccines-april-2024.html. Prior to that, since April 2020 all covid vaccines were tax payer funded.

Order Paper Questions:

April 2024

The health minister’s representative in the House of Commons has confirmed that COVID-19 vaccines were approved without evidence they prevent transmission. Liberal MP Yasir Naqvi said in the House on March 22 – “At the time of initial authorization of the first COVID-19 vaccines, in December 2020, there was no reported evidence on the efficacy of the authorized COVID-19 vaccine to prevent asymptomatic infection, to reduce viral shedding, or to prevent transmission,”. Mr. Naqvi, who serves as parliamentary secretary to Health Minister Mark Holland, was providing a response to formal questions from Tory MP Colin Carrie filed in an order paper.

Mr. Carrie sought to confirm the matter with the Canadian government and find out what evidence it had. He also asked why, in the event of the absence of evidence about prevention of transmission, there was “public messaging suggesting that herd immunity was achievable through mass vaccination.” All of the COVID-19 vaccines were approved in record time through an irregular process that allowed manufacturers to skip testing steps to bring their products to market. Health Canada allowed for rolling submissions of clinical trial data to come in as the vaccines were not only already in use, but also being mandated.

Health Canada has confirmed that Pfizer-BioNTech’s major clinical trials were conducted with batches manufactured under what is called “Process 1.” To upscale production, a different process was used, “Process 2,” which didn’t undergo similar testing.



Conservative MP Colin Carrie is continuing his efforts to get answers about the COVID-19 vaccines from Health Canada, including the presence of a Simian Virus 40 DNA sequence in the Pfizer product. Mr. Carrie filed his second order paper with the government on Feb. 5 to which Health Canada responded on March 22.Health Canada’s response confirmed it doesn’t perform its own testing, but rather relies on manufacturer data.

Carrie, who served as parliamentary secretary to the health minister from 2008 to 2013, said these various issues with the vaccines raise concerns about informed consent and Health Canada’s role as regulator. He says Canadians “still don’t even have full disclosure with respect to what’s in these mRNA products and the potential adverse events, so where is the informed consent?” The MP suggested that Health Canada would normally pull a natural health product off the market if it found something not disclosed by the manufacturer. Had the presence of the SV40 sequence in the injections been disclosed, “you might have had a different uptake” by Canadians, Carrie said.