The Trudeau government's vaccine injury support program in Canada has already paid over $11 million to Canadians who suffered as a result of the COVID-19 vaccines it promoted and, in some cases, mandated, according to a report by Blacklock's Reporter. The Vaccine Injury Support Program (VISP) was launched in December 2020 after the Canadian government granted vaccine makers immunity from liability regarding COVID-19 jab-related injuries.
The VISP program ensures that all Canadians who have experienced serious and permanent injuries as a result of receiving a Health Canada authorized vaccine have access to fair and timely financial support. To date, 2,233 Canadians have filed claims, and 1,825 claims have been accepted for processing. As of December 31, 138 individuals have received compensation totaling $11,236,314.
The program provides various forms of support, including income replacement indemnities, injury indemnities, death benefits, coverage for funeral expenses, and reimbursement of eligible costs such as uncovered medical expenses. However, the health department does not have an estimate of how many compensation claims will be filed.
Officially, there have been 442 deaths linked to the COVID vaccine in Canada, but health officials claim that these deaths are not necessarily related to the vaccine. The Public Health Agency data states that 98.2 million vaccine doses have been administered in Canada, with a total of 55,145 adverse events reported. These events range from minor side effects like headaches or fainting to more serious conditions like blood clots, strokes, heart attacks, facial paralysis, spontaneous abortions, kidney injuries, and liver damage.
Despite the harms caused by the COVID vaccines, the Trudeau government continues to heavily promote the shots and recently approved yet another booster. In 2021, Prime Minister Trudeau made controversial remarks about Canadians opposed to vaccination, stating that they do not believe in science and are often misogynists and racists.
LifeSiteNews has published comprehensive research on the dangers of the experimental vaccine, including heart damage and blood clots. A recent study conducted by researchers at the Canada-based Correlation Research in the Public Interest found a definite causal link between peaks in all-cause mortality and the fast rollouts of COVID shots and boosters in 17 countries.
In November, officials with Canada's Department of Health refused to release data concerning internal audits related to the COVID crisis, which revealed critical weaknesses and gaps. Additionally, information obtained in September showed that the Public Health Agency of Canada neglected to report all adverse effects from COVID vaccines and instructed staff not to report all events.
The report highlights the importance of demanding Congress in the United States to investigate soaring excess death rates. It emphasizes the need for transparency, accountability, and further research into the potential risks and harms associated with COVID-19 vaccines.
In conclusion, the vaccine injury support program in Canada has already paid millions of dollars to Canadians who suffered as a result of COVID-19 vaccines. The program aims to provide financial support to individuals who have experienced serious and permanent injuries. However, there are concerns about the reported adverse events and deaths related to the vaccines. The Trudeau government's continued promotion of the shots despite these harms raises questions about transparency and accountability.