Businesses in British Columbia say they won’t go along with vaccine passports
Our Charter Rights and Freedoms are inalienable, and paramount. Let’s all stand together, and stand for a free Canada and support the businesses that share our values.’
BRITISH COLUMBIA (LifeSiteNews) – Many businesses in the province of British Columbia (BC) are fighting back against a soon-to-be-implemented COVID-19 vaccine passport program.
The private Facebook group called BC Businesses Against Health Pass currently boasts nearly 114,000 members, gaining a large following in a short timeframe after going live on August 24.
The group say they are “for people to compile a list of businesses that believe a Health Passport in BC is unconstitutional.”
“We believe in medical privacy, and your own personal choice. Our Charter Rights and Freedoms are inalienable, and paramount. Let’s all stand together, and stand for a free Canada and support the businesses that share our values,” says the group’s about page.
The group was formed following an announcement by the province’s Premier John Hogan that starting on September 13, and without any exceptions, digital proof of having had the COVID-19 jabs would be required for certain business settings such as cinemas, bars and restaurants, and large sporting events.
A lot of businesses including gyms, restaurants, landscaping companies, music schools, and even dog groomers have either joined the group or posted on the page that they will not ask for one’s COVID-19 jab status.
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