Whereas:

  • Canadians’ fundamental rights enshrined in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms are nonnegotiable;
  • COVID-19 must not be used as a political tool to create a category of second-class citizens;
  • The Government of Canada must not take part in instituting segregationist practices that restrict the Charter rights of Canadian citizens; and
  • Canadians’ medical, religious, philosophical, and personal objections to vaccinations must not be trampled upon by instituting a “vaccine passport”.

We, the undersigned, citizens of Canada, call upon the Government of Canada to:

1. Not require Canadians to obtain a “vaccine passport” in order to exercise their Charter rights; and

2. Secure Canadians personal autonomy and ensure that they are not coerced, either directly or indirectly, to obtain a vaccine.

History:
Open for signature June 28, 2021, at 3:26 p.m. (EDT)
Closed for signature October 26, 2021, at 3:26 p.m. (EDT)

Petition: e-3521 (Civil and human rights)

E-petition Initiated by Jim Angelidis from LaSalle, Ontario
Original language of petition: English

Member of Parliament:

Photo - Chris Lewis

Chris Lewis Essex Conservative Caucus Ontario

As of August 15th, 2021 this petition has: 10,252 Signatures, recorded as follows:

Only validated signatures are counted towards the total number of signatures.

Province / TerritorySignatures
Alberta1890
British Columbia2404
Manitoba427
New Brunswick145
Newfoundland and Labrador66
Northwest Territories9
Nova Scotia312
Nunavut3
Ontario4163
Prince Edward Island25
Quebec497
Saskatchewan279
Yukon10

UPDATE August 15th 2021:

PetitionKeywordsTypeStatusMember of ParliamentSignatures
e-3521 Civil and human rightsCOVID-19 Immunization of humans Immunization record PandemicClosed upon dissolution
August 15, 2021
Chris Lewis10252

The signing link WAS here:
https://petitions.ourcommons.ca/en/Petition/Sign/e-3521

What does this mean for this Petition: It means no one else can sign it!

The 43rd Parliament was dissolved on August 15, 2021.

Dissolution occurs when the Governor General, on the advice of the Prime Minister, issues a proclamation putting an end to the current Parliament, which triggers a general election.

In practice, as soon as Parliament is dissolved, all committee activity ceases. As a result, all orders of reference lapse and all studies and other activities undertaken by a committee are halted.

In addition, all Committee orders, if any, for the appearance of witnesses or the production of papers become null and void. The Government is no longer required to provide responses to committee reports requested in the previous session.

Furthermore, Chairs and Vice-Chairs are relieved of their duties and no committee can sit during a dissolution. Until the Committees are reconstituted in the new parliament, there are no members of committees.

To obtain further information about the effect of dissolution on committees, please consult the Committee Lifespans section of Chapter 20 from the House of Commons Procedure and Practice or the Dissolution of Parliament section of the Compendium of House of Commons Procedure.

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