Saskatchewan independent MLA Nadine Wilson (Saskatchewan Rivers) is demanding the government to investigate COVID-19 vaccination deaths.
“I call on the government to open an independent public inquiry into all aspects of how COVID-19 was handled in this province,” said Wilson.
“[I’m] astonished at the recent report on the CKOM website that there have been no deaths recorded by the government related to [the] COVID vaccine in Saskatchewan.”
Wilson claims seven people died, according to Saskatchewan Health Authority’s (SHA) data.
“There are seven vaccine related deaths reported according to the Saskatchewan Health Authority’s own information,” said Wilson.
The Ministry of Health (MoH) said that as of September 11, no deaths in Saskatchewan were because of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Wilson wants to know why there is a difference in the data between the MoH and the SHA.
“Is there a disconnect between the government and the Saskatchewan Health Authority?” asked Wilson.
“Or are they intentionally trying to hide information the public has a right to know about? It is the duty of government to make sure citizens know what the true risks are. Promoting these shots as ‘safe and effective’ while people are acquiring and then suffering from life-altering conditions is disingenuous at best, and potentially criminal.”
A woman, Carol Pearce, died minutes after receiving a COVID-19 booster shot at a Saskatoon pharmacy on September 14. The government ruled the death was a result of “natural causes.”
The MoH disputes Pearce died from the vaccine.
“The coroner’s service has investigated this instance and determined this person died from natural causes,” stated the MoH in a statement.
Pearce’s family questions the coroner’s ruling that she died from “natural causes.”
The same report that Wilson referenced also showed more than 1,200 adverse reactions to the vaccine.
“In that report, there are 1229 adverse reactions documented, many of them life threatening such as Anaphylaxis, Myocarditis, Pericarditis and a host of others,” said Wilson.
“Just as shocking, in many cases, the patients were still scheduled for more boosters even after their reactions. This is not the standard we have allowed for any other vaccine in history.”