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Canada's Vaccine Injury Compensation Fund Gets Additional $36M But Programme to Continue

Canada's federal government has added $36.4 million to a program designed to support people who have been seriously injured or killed by vaccines since 2020 Global News reports.

The Liberals earmarked $75 million for the first five years of the program. To date, a private firm called OXARO has received $56.2 million from Ottawa to run the program and pay out valid claims that originate outside of Quebec.

As of December, the firm has paid $11.2 million in compensation. Quebec has had its own vaccine injury compensation program since 1985, and received $7.75 million when the federal program launched. The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) says it contracted the work to OXARO to "ensure the impartiality of the claims process."

“OXARO operates independently and at arm’s length from PHAC,” a spokesperson for the department said in a statement. “This means that PHAC has no involvement in program delivery, including assessment of claims or appeals of claims.”

The cost of the program is dependent on how many people apply for compensation, the spokesperson said. As of December, OXARO has received 2,233 claims and approved 138 of them. The available statistics do not specify which vaccines were involved.

The program was launched during the COVID-19 pandemic, but covers injuries and deaths associated with vaccines approved for any illness, as long as they were administered after Dec. 8, 2020.

At the time, the department underscored that a serious adverse reaction to a vaccine is "extremely rare" — affecting less than one in a million people — but that the government has a duty to help if a reaction does happen. A little less than a year later, Ottawa made it mandatory to be vaccinated against COVID-19 to travel by plane or train, or to work for the federal public service.

However, this is said to be a 'drop in the ocean' and won't reach even 1% of those vaccine injured. Independent studies have calculated that the real rate is 1 in 800 patients given the vaccine have suffered serious and life-changing injury. Even more alarmingly, Canada's federal government are pushing on the the vaccine programme. Canada has become one of the most dangerous places on earth to live if you value either health or freedom thanks to Justin Trudeau's stranglehold on both government and the media.

Whilst the government are making 'rare' payments to the odd vaccine victim, they're putting much more effort into their euthanasia programme for vaccine harmed. They have already begin offering the 'service' to people maimed by the victim. Canada are also to trial 'death pods' to streamline the service. The pods, are designed to make euthanasia a pain free experience and offer a much needed 'way out' for those with irreversible and life changing injuries.


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