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Sunday , 16 January 2022

Sign questioning vaccinating kids appears in Bonnyville

Health Canada has recently approved a Pfizer-BioNTech Comirnaty vaccine made for children 5 to 11-years-old in Canada, which has led to a new sign being erected in Bonnyville.

On Dec. 6, a sign which reads, “In all seriousness why inject kids? Please do the math and the science…not just the social” appeared on Luciak Buses which are commonly used as billboards in a high traffic area in the community.

Lakeland United and Rising says they currently have a media challenge happening in the Lakeland area.

Miranda Remillard is a School and Youth Facilitator and is also a member of Lakeland United and Rising.

“Anyone who puts up a sign in a visible location can get entered to win the LUR inspired gift basket worth $350,” Remillard told Lakeland Connect. “You should start seeing them pop up everywhere! Different messages, same goal!”

Health Canada says the Pfizer-BioNTech Comirnaty vaccine for children has a smaller dose than the vaccine for those 12 years of age and older.

“This is because healthy children have a strong immune system compared to youth and adults,” Health Canada stated. “In clinical trials, lower doses provided children with very good protection against COVID-19. It’s not clear yet how long protection will last.”

Health Canada says Children 5 to 11-years-old getting the vaccine should receive two doses. The National Advisory Committee on Immunization recommends that the second dose should be given at least eight weeks after the first dose. Children who turn 12 before their second dose may receive an adult dose.

“If your child has tested positive for COVID-19, they can receive two doses of the vaccine once they no longer show symptoms of COVID-19 infection,” Health Canada said. “If possible, children shouldn’t receive the Pfizer-BioNTech Comirnaty vaccine within 14 days of other vaccines, such as the flu vaccine. This is a precaution to monitor any side effects from the COVID-19 vaccine or another vaccine. In some cases, your child’s health care provider may recommend a vaccine that’s needed urgently. This may happen even if your child has received the COVID-19 vaccine in the past two weeks.”

Pfizer recently announced initial results from its trial that showed the vaccine generated a “robust” antibody response in 5- to 11-year-olds.

However, some parents may not believe kids even need the vaccine. While proportionally fewer children than adults have died or been hospitalized due to COVID-19 in Canada.

Carmen Kissel-Verrier is a well know author in the Lakeland area.

“I think visual cues, like this sign on private property, are great,” Kissel-Verrier said. “As enough time goes on, people just want all of this to stop and tend to want to turn away from realities unfolding. We know that we can’t turn away though. These waves of attack will keep coming for the unvaccinated and the vaccinated alike. I applaud the them for reminding us to turn our focus to protecting our children. I am so proud of our community spirit to seek truth. We are incredibly strong here in Bonnyville, and together, we’re unstoppable.”

So far the sign on the bus is the only one being displayed in Bonnyville at this time.

Be the Media Challenge

Lakeland United and Rising has realized that many of our media outlets are unwilling to share the other side of the COVID-19 narrative they say. In light of that, they have challenged our neighbours to become their own media.

“We know there are many key facts about this pandemic that have been suppressed by the main stream media,” Remillard told Lakeland Connect. “Kids are not at any risk of covid. Covid is 99.7 percent survivable, MRNA vaccines cause myocarditis in one in 338 young men*. The great reset is the plan and killing small businesses is their goal. Vaccine passports break many laws divided we will fall.”

*According to the Alberta Government report, Myocarditis and/or Pericarditis following COVID-19 Vaccines, there have been 812 cases of myocarditis of the 56 million vaccines administered in Canada. In Alberta, as of September 23, there have been 24 confirmed cases of myocarditis after COVID-19 immunization out of over 6 million doses of vaccine administered. Less than 0.00001 percent. Report dated October 8, 2021. 

Remillard told Lakeland Connect the group has challenged their supporters to put up a sign in a visible location that helps their neighbours question what is going on around them.

“Our blind compliance is no longer the answer,” Remillard told Lakeland Connect. “Our government has breached their duty to protect the rights of all Canadians, and tried to create a two tiered society. It is our duty to stand against this segregation and discrimination, and protect Canadian Children from any further harm to their health and their futures. Send us a picture of your sign before December 21st and get entered to win!”

About Arthur C. Green

Arthur C. Green is an award winning journalist and is from Whitbourne Newfoundland. Green graduated from the CNA Journalism Program. Arthur also studied Business Marketing and Political Science at Memorial University in Essex England and St. John's Newfoundland. Green has worked for such organizations as CBC, CBC Radio, NTV, Saltwire, Great West Media, CKLB Radio, River Radio, Vista Radio, and Postmedia. He also loves Jiggs Dinner and can fillet a Codfish.