Pallister says provinces were blocked from procuring their own vaccine contracts 1

Pallister says provinces were blocked from procuring their own vaccine contracts

 

Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister says that provinces were blocked from procuring their own contracts with COVID-19 vaccine manufacturers.

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39 comments

  1. Made in Canada=employs Canadians! Why has Trudeau refused to back and support Canadian Companies? He actually ignored them

    1. do we have any companies making any of the needed vaccines ?, I understand it will be a year or more until that may come about. where is Manitoba getting vaccines if the rest of the world can’t,
      smoke and mirrors

    2. @Itsa Dependu You are ignorant of the facts. Every country is having a difficult time in securing vaccines as the manufacturers have told the World already they are having to invest more time to better expand their ability to mass produce vaccines.

    3. @Itsa Dependu no they can’t and you know this or are just ignorant and have had your eyes closed this whole time.

  2. Premiers probably had a better chance to procure their own, but Teflon has to be the hero, unfortunately he is just a dud.

    1. How? Was this part of your alien conspiracy where they are hiding the vaccines till election year in canada. What does the rest of the world get out of a massive worldwide lockdown to support trudeaus reelection?

  3. How many collateral damage deaths from his unjustified, unscientific covid measures has Pallister caused?

  4. It is very strange that the Trudeau liberals refused to deal with this Canadian maker of vaccines. Oh, wait, they’re headquartered in Alberta, so that explains it. Instead, Trudeau is going to build a new facility in Montreal.

    1. But we both know you would whine either way. If they had enough and used your Calgary company you say it was evil or something equally crazy.

    2. @gaslighting only works on you his post IS literally gaslighting
      it is how a sociopath behaves

      the disordered are very up front about their psycopathies

  5. Duh, Trudeau wants to be the he-roh! If he wants to take all the credit, he can take all the slings and arrows too!

  6. Of course they were. That’s what happens in a dictatorship. The provinces need to ignore the feds all the time. And quit sending money.

    1. That is so wrong and if you think you live in a dictatorship move to Somalia the capitalist paradise.

  7. 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.

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