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Is Saskatchewan the First Canadian Domino to Fall in the Fight to End the Mandates?


Has the Saskatchewan COVID-19 jab mandate fallen?

That’s what it appears following a message Premier Scott Moe published to Saskatchewanians and Canadians across the country.

Moe expressed his gratitude for truckers, farmers, and other individuals that kept Canada operating during COVID-19 hysteria.

And he showed his support for their cause by announcing a future end to the proof of COVID-19 jab policy in his home province.

The premier called on the federal government to end its mandate.

Premier Moe’s message follows an emotional weekend that witnessed the ‘Freedom Convoy’ and other protestors roll into Ottawa.

Tens of thousands of anti-mandate protestors gathered around Parliament Hill in the fight to end unjust medical mandates in Canada.

Human rights attorney Leigh Dundas made the following statement:

The Counter Signal reported:

Moe continues with his outpouring of gratitude, detailing the challenges put on the back of truckers over the last two years. He further supports their struggle in fighting the vaccine mandate, which would see all unvaccinated truckers making cross-border trips strong-armed into getting the jab or otherwise losing their jobs due to quarantine protocols.

Though he is fully vaccinated, Moe says that vaccination does not prevent or even slow the spread, making any vaccine mandate nonsensical.

“That said,” Moe continues, “because vaccination is not reducing transmission, the current federal border policy for truckers makes no sense. An unvaccinated trucker does not pose any greater risk of transmission than a vaccinated trucker.”

“However, the current federal policy does pose a significant risk to Canada’s economy and to the supply chain in our Saskatchewan communities, where you and I live. This federal policy will increase the cost of living, which is now rising at a rate that is creating significant hardship for many Canadians.”

Finally, at the very end of his news release, Moe says what Canadians have been waiting to hear since the beginning of pandemic policies, becoming the first Premier to announce an end the vaccine passports.

While this is fantastic, notice the wording in Premier Moe’s release.

He states that Saskatchewan’s COVID-19 jab mandate will end in the “not-too-distant future.”

Why not scrap the mandates, effective immediately?

Premier Moe should remain on the hot seat until the mandates officially see their grave.

CBC wrote:

According to Saskatchewan’s premier, the province will end the current proof of negative test and proof of vaccination policy “in the not-too-distant future.”

Scott Moe made this announcement in a message on Twitter in connection with rallies being held across the country against a federal policy that requires truck drivers entering Canada from the United States to be fully vaccinated.

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This is the second time within a week that the premier of Saskatchewan has made a public comment about the potential removal of the provincial proof of vaccination policy in the near future.

Earlier this week, Moe told a CJME/CKOM radio host that he thought requiring proof of vaccination had “for the most part run its course.”

“It increased our vaccination rates tremendously, but I think we’re getting to a point now where those that are not vaccinated likely aren’t going to get vaccinated,” he said in a chat Wednesday with radio host John Gormley.

According to the premier, the province needs to “have a discussion” about proof of vaccination requirements “sometime this month.”

While Moe’s statement hints at Saskatchewan being the first Canadian domino to fall, its COVID-19 jab mandate remains at the moment.

Until then, Canadians holding the line in Ottawa and other parts of the country must keep the pressure on the medical tyrants.


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