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About Us

We are your BC doctors - family doctors, surgeons and specialists - banding together to support each other in our fight for medical freedom for ourselves, our colleagues, our patients ... and especially for our children.

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The Society.

A new non-member-funded society created to support legal actions in BC. 

• A Society incorporated under the Societies Act in the Province of British Columbia.

• Business number S0076329.

• Date of incorporation: April 4, 2022.

Our Purposes.

We represent a group of 40+ doctors who are opposed to PHO mandates for healthcare workers. We are fighting for science, truth and vaccine choice.

• To identify and eliminate unethical practices in medicine.

• To educate the public regarding unethical pressures on medical practice.

• To advocate for the elimination of unethical pressures on medical practice.

• To develop ethical practice groups in order to uphold the highest standard in medical practice.

• To receive funds from donors and members to support the above activities, including legal actions for these activities.

• To educate Society members regarding the highest ethical medical practice.

Our Impact.

384 years of experience lost - across all specialties and primary care.

Due to vaccine mandates for physicians who work in BC health care facilities, our members are unable to provide the following services:

  • 3962 hours of work lost EVERY MONTH!

  • 6756 patient encounters lost EVERY MONTH!

  • 240 operations not performed EVERY MONTH!

Our Members.

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Kevin Sclater

Family Medicine, British Columbia (30 years)

"I was suspended from hospice and hospital-based work in November 2021.I was reinstated following a medical exemption request to the PHO - pending. I'm unvaccinated for COVID-19. I have natural immunity."

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Stephen Malthouse

Family Medicine, British Columbia (43 years)

"I am not inoculated with COVID-19 experimental products! My medical license was suspending by the CPSBC for writing mask and vaxx exemptions and for providing evidence-based information to parents."

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York Hsiang

Surgery, British Columbia (32 years)

"I retired from hospital-based work and teaching at UBC in November 2021 due to vaccine mandates. I'm unvaccinated for COVID-19. I have natural immunity."

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Anna Kindy

Addiction Medicine, British Columbia (35 years)

"I continue to work supporting addicted and marginalized patients on Vancouver Island. I am vaccinated (for COVID-19) but strongly believe in informed consent and bodily integrity."

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AA

Family Medicine, British Columbia (30 years)

"I was suspended from working in a long term care facility in November 2021. I continue to work in community-based family medicine. I'm unvaccinated for COVID-19. I have natural immunity."

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BB

Internal Medicine, British Columbia (20 years)

"I was suspended from working in a hospital in October 2021. I continue to work in the community but my hospital colleagues struggle with increased hours of work to cover my shifts. I had COVID-19 infection and have natural immunity."

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Physician, British Columbia

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