Feds dispute Manitoba premier's claim about vaccine contracts 1

Feds dispute Manitoba premier’s claim about vaccine contracts

 

Intergovernmental Affairs Minister Dominic LeBlanc discusses the federal government's COVID-19 vaccine policy.

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33 comments

    1. I’m also in Manitoba. Hopefully in the next federal election we’ll join Alberta and Saskatchewan and get rid of the remaining Liberal MP’s.

  1. Hard to believe Canada could mess this up. We should have gotten a franchise and made our own by now, like a lot of other countries did. This is truly bad. Of course the Feds told them not to do it.

  2. The Canadian government is culpable for the current state of Canada’s dependency on others for, well, everything! When pharmaceutical companies develop their products in other countries they have a 20 year patent protection! The Canadian government does not offer that kind of protection here, so why would anybody operate here? The Canadian government would rather buy foreign than support Canadian companies! Been that way as long as I’ve been alive!

  3. Tired of these Feds talking about’doses’. Makes me wonder if they’ve all contracted syphillus. Sorry about my spelling.

  4. June 2010, Fiona Godlee, editor-in-chief of the BMJ, published an editorial which criticised the WHO, saying that an investigation had disclosed that some of the experts advising WHO on the pandemic had financial ties with drug companies which were producing antivirals and vaccines.[117] Margaret Chan, Director-General of the WHO, replied stating, “Without question, the BMJ feature and editorial will leave many readers with the impression that WHO’s decision to declare a pandemic was at least partially influenced by a desire to boost the profits of the pharmaceutical industry.

  5. Augh, transparency could solve all these problems and avoid the confusion.

    Also, I don’t know how many times I’ve used rapid tests and they’ve come out false negatives. I’m glad we’re not relying on them, as frustrating as it is.

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