Note – I received a call this morning, Nov 12th, from Keli Hogan, Committee Clerk for the Senate Committee on Bill C-6. Shawn Buckley will be speaking to the Senate Committee, Nov 25th
Just received update on Bill C-6
Farewell Canada. Bill C-6 will be passed in days. SPREAD THIS NOW!!!!
Under the banner of Consumer protection as well as Health and Saftey, Canadians should prepare for a loss of basic human freedoms that were once protected under the Canadian Charter of Rights…..
Bill C-6 is about to have its 3rd and final reading before being passed into law. With a sense of desperate urgency I am now busy sending emails to Canadian Senators and MP’s to try and halt this draconian legislation, which will end Canadian freedoms as once enjoyed by so many.
I appeal to Canuck’s on this website to consider investing 15 minutes in this cause. I am including an email I just sent out to friends and family with a pre-written letter to Canadian Senators and MP’s, and a ‘cut and paste’ list of all Senator and MP’s email addresses.
If you are hazy on Bill C-6, be sure to check out the videos posted at the end of this article.
If you are concerned by this issue, now is the last opportunity to act! – not tomorrow, not after a few days, but NOW! Feel free to use all or parts of the email below….
“Bill C-6 is about to be passed into law. In days it will receive its 3rd and final reading before becoming law. It deserves our effort (NOW) to stop this draconian removal of our basic Canadian civil liberties.” This Bill will also allow for mandatory, total population vaccination programs. Do we want that????
I am asking for 15 minutes of your time to cut and paste a pre-written letter (or create your own) to be sent to our Government Senators (email addresses included below). It’s rather easy to do.
First, here are a few comments about Bill C-6 from Dee Nicholson, National Communications Director for Freedom in Canadian Health Care
“Bill C-6 is unconstitutional: its language violates the provisions of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms as follows:
a. search private property without a warrant;
b. seize private property without Court supervision;
c. destroy private property without Court supervision;
d. take control of businesses without Court supervision;
e. in some circumstances to keep seized private property without a Court order;
f. impose penalties without a Court order.”
(Learn more at http://www.falseflagflu.com/citizen_info_and_action.html)
and, more comments from a friend’s email (at very bottom of this page)…
The C-6 law would allow the Canadian government’s enforcement agents to:
* Raid your home or business with a simple ex parte application via telephone. (Are consumer products so risky that we have to move away from our current search warrant provisions?- Shawn Buckley)
* An inspector who is carrying out their functions or any person accompanying them may enter on or pass through or over private property, and they are not liable for doing so. (May as well throw out all those signs that say No Trespassing and Private Property!)
* The use of force to enter your home or private property with peace officers
* Confiscate your property, take samples free of charge and even charge you storage fees for the expense involved in storing all the products they stole from you
* The ability to amend Bill C-6 Schedule 1 through regulation alone (Very dangerous!)
Here’s the letter for Canadian Senators, to paste into a new email:
-Subject: Bill C-6
The denial of Due Process of law, being employed in Bill C-6 is unconstitutional. According to the Book of Criminal Procedure, the Charter of Rights and Freedoms and the Constitution Act are the supreme law of this country, and any legislation which voids our rights is “of no force or effect.” Why is our government not only passing an unconstitutional law, but fast-tracking it too? How can we trust that this legislation is for the good of the nation and all its citizens, when such manoeuvring is being used to pass it? This Bill must not be passed. It is unconstitutional, illegal and treasonous! You as Senators are there to protect us and not to take our rights away.
Sincerely, (your name)
MASS E-MAILING SENATORS, copy and paste all the address into your BCC in smaller groups in case your email program is limited.
Get the list here:
If you wish to do the same for MP’s (as I am doing as well as Senators) simply replace the “Dear Senator” in the letter to,. “Dear MP”, and cut and paste the following list of MP email addresses…(they are broken into small groups)
Get the full list of e-mail addresses here: http://webinfo.parl.gc.ca/MembersOfParliament/MainMPsCompleteList.aspx?TimePeriod=Current&Language=E
“To do nothing is to bid farewell to freedoms for Canadians.”
Info from a Canadian website…..
“For Canadians at this moment, the most serious threat to their rights and freedoms is Bill C-6 which has been passed by our Parliament, and was recently in the Senate for 2nd Reading. The 3rd reading could pass it into Law. (Notice: 2nd reading has now been passed)”
If it passes, it would provide our Government with draconian means to remove supplements, to force-vaccinate the population, to remove all our Rights and Freedoms, including the right to Due Process, which has been our right since the Magna Carta was signed in 1215 AD.
More info at:
Read Bill C-6 Here For Yourself: http://www2.parl.gc.ca/HousePublications/Publication.aspx?DocId=3633883&Language=e&Mode=1&File=29
Below is an email I received from another concerned person
UPDATE/FLASHBACK: Bill C-51, Codex and the SPP
“Many will recall the intense opposition voiced against Bill C-51 which proposed sweeping changes to the Food and Drugs Act. There was also much contention surrounding Bill C-52, the Consumer Products Safety Act. Both Bills would have expanded the powers of Health Canada in areas of seizure and detention. After the last federal election in October 2008, the Harper government essentially reintroduced Bill C-52 as Bill C-6. It has now been passed in the House of Commons and is being debated in the Senate. Despite assurances by the Conservatives that C-6 has nothing to do with natural health products, there are still many concerns. Part of the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP) agenda, involved the harmonization of regulations. Codex Alimentarius is about implementing a global food code and threatens health freedoms. Codex worldwide implementation is slated for December 31, 2009. Many initiatives such as Bill C-6 are moving forward under the guise of public safety and would expand governmental powers and could be used to violate civil liberties.”
Bill C-51, Codex and the SPP
(Originally Published on June 20, 2008)
By Dana Gabriel
On April 8, 2008, Canada’s Health Minister introduced Bill C-51 which proposed sweeping changes to the Food and Drugs Act. The Canadian government has since been forced to make amendments because of intense grassroots pressure. There are fears that this Bill could lead to some vitamins, herbs, minerals, and dietary supplements no longer being available in the country. Through the Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP), Canada, the U.S., and Mexico are already busy harmonizing food and drug regulations into a North American Union structure. Some have suggested that this Bill would also bring Canadian law into compliance with the Codex Alimentarius Commission. Bill C-51 has the potential to take away the rights of people to freely choose natural medicine as an alternative to expensive drug-based products and treatments.
Bill C-51 will further encroach on civil liberties and increase police state measures. There is reason for concern because of the Bills ambiguous language in regards to raids and seizures. It has been referred to as a police state bill masquerading as a health bill. It will make it easier for Canadian officials to seize natural health products and remove them from store shelves. It grants inspectors the power to raid homes and businesses without a warrant and the power to seize bank accounts and property. Some might recall that in the early 90’s, the FDA engaged in paramilitary raids on American health food stores, holistic treatment centers, and other nutritional supplement businesses. This behavior created such a public outcry and backlash, leading Congress to pass the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act (DSHEA) to protect the right of American consumers to purchase and use nutritional supplements.
If the Harper Conservative government thought that they were going to quietly pass Bill C-51, were they ever wrong. When word hit the Internet and blogosphere that up to 60% of natural health products currently sold in Canada could be outlawed, it sparked a swift and strong public reaction. In Bill C-51, the word drug has been replaced with “therapeutic products” and gives the government broad reaching powers to further regulate their sale. Health Minister Tony Clement has vowed to change the parts that lumped natural medicines in with pharmaceutical drugs. This includes a clearer definition of natural health products into the Food and Drugs Act. There have been other amendments made, but there are still many concerns surrounding Bill C-51. It might be safer to do away with it in its entirety and start from scratch.
It is the SPP working groups that are harmonizing regulations and laws, writing out policy initiatives and recommendations. They are the real power, laying the foundation for a North American Union. Part of the SPP calls for the “Identification and appropriate adoption of best practices in maintaining the safety, efficacy and quality of pharmaceutical products.” NDP MP Peter Julian said in the House of Commons that, “Bill C-51 would limit access to many health products and allow the fast-tracking of new drugs that have not been proven safe. Bill C-51 blends in with the SPP agenda, which is about harmonizing regulations across the board with the United States, resulting in lower standards.” There are fears that Bill C-51 will bring about a more U.S. style approach to food, drugs, and consumer product safety. This includes turning more power over to the drug companies with increased reliance on their testing and research. These same drug manufacturers would themselves be more responsible in fast-tracking the drug approval process and further looking after any safety concerns once the drug has hit the market. Under the Trilateral Cooperation Charter, the FDA is also working with Canada and Mexico in further harmonizing regulations between the three countries.
It is not just through the SPP and the Trilateral Cooperation Charter that the harmonizing of food and drugs is being achieved. The Codex Alimentarius Commission which is part of the United Nations is setting international guidelines for food products including dietary supplements. They are using muscle provided by the World Trade Organization to undermine and bypass domestic laws. Section Six of CAFTA talks about using the Codex codes as the regulatory standard for all signing nations. It is through the Codex guidelines that vitamins, minerals, and other natural supplements could become limited and even banned. Some fear that Bill C-51 is an attempt to place Canada under Codex control.
Many argue that Bill C-51 is unnecessary, and that there are already laws in place to protect consumers from natural health products. It’s not about keeping Canadians safe, it’s about further harmonizing our health and safety regulations into a North American Union. How can fast-tracking potentially dangerous new drugs and at the same time outlawing some beneficial natural medicines be good for anyone? One must understand that it is also about ensuring huge profits for Big Pharma. Bill C-51 should be rejected on the grounds that it threatens the ability of Canadians to choose alternative health products and treatments.