Frequently Asked Questions

Action4Canada Support Groups & Resources

Does Action4Canada provide a way to get educated, informed or answer questions I may have on the mandates?

Yes. Every Wednesday Action4Canada hosts Empower Hour, which is an online zoom meeting open to everyone. We have a special guest each week, who will educate, inform, and answer your burning questions.

I am a local business and need support. Do you have anything that could help me?

Yes. Action4Canada has a business resource/training area that can help you with questions you may have. You can also register as a business and attend our weekly business support meetings.

I am a Pastor and need support. Do you have anything that could help me?

Yes. Action4Canada has a church resource/training area that can help you with questions you may have. You can also register as a Pastor/Church Leader and attend our Pastor/Church Leader support meetings.

I am a Parent/Grandparent and need support. Do you have anything that could help me?

Yes. Action4Canada has a parent resource/training area that can help you with questions you may have. You can also register as a Parent/Grandparent/Teacher/Concerned Citizen and attend our weekly support meetings.

I am a Teacher/Support Staff and need support. Do you have anything that could help me?

Yes. Action4Canada has a teacher resource/training area that can help you with questions you may have. You can also register as a Teacher and attend our weekly support meetings.

I am a Union/Non-Union Worker and need support. Do you have anything that could help me?

Yes. Action4Canada has a workers unite resource/training area that can help you with questions you may have. You can also register for our Workers Unite group and attend our support meetings.

Action4Canada Chapters

What is a Chapter?

Action4Canada is developing Chapters across Canada to help connect citizens and to share our effective resources. We believe that there is strength in numbers and that by building Chapters across this nation we can mobilize an incredible army of like-minded citizens and work together to protect our inalienable God-given rights.

How do I join a Chapter in my area?

We have many Chapters across Canada that you can connect with.

What if there isn't a Chapter in my area?

If you are interested in starting a Chapter in your area and you are already registered as an Action4Canada Volunteer, email [email protected]! If you are not yet registered with us, you can registeras a volunteer and choose Chapter Leader as your area of interest and we will follow up.

How can I help in the fight?

Join the fight by volunteering with Action4Canada or, you can join or become a Chapter Leader in your area. You can also support us by donating.

Liability Notices

I hear Action4Canada provides many Notice of Liability (NOL) forms. Where can I find them?

Action4Canada has created the following Notices of Liability and non-consent forms to protect you and your family from a government that is out of control. We are constantly updating this list so check back regularly for new NOL forms.

My employer is requiring me to take the vaccine if I want to keep my job. What can I do?

You can provide your employer the Employer Notice of Liability (NOL). Write in the employer’s name you are serving on Page 1 of the NOL and sign and date on the last page. Make sure to keep a copy for your records. We encourage you to videotape serving your employer or you can send it via registered mail for proof of service.

Do you have a Notice of Liability for religious exemptions?

Action4Canada does not endorse bargaining with mandates. The mandates are against the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms (1982) Section 2a, 2b, 7, 8, 9, 15, the Universal Declaration on Bioethics and Human Rights (2005), the Nuremberg Code (1947) and the Helsinki Declaration (1964, Revised 2013) Article 25, 26.

I have served my Notice of Liability, now what?

We suggest you contact a lawyer in your area if you are fired. You can also file a Human Rights Complaint. In the meantime, we suggest you join an Action4Canada Chapter in your area to get updated information and join in the fight against the tyranny.

Can my employer force me to get covid tested? If not, what can I do?

No. You can serve them with our Testing Notice of Liability. Write your employer’s name on page 1 of the NOL and sign and date on the last page. Make sure to keep a copy for your records. We encourage you to videotape serving your employer or you can send it via registered mail for proof of service.

Is it legal for the government to mandate vaccines and mask on citizens?

No. It is against the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms (1982) Section 2a, 2b, 7, 8, 9, 15, the Universal Declaration on Bioethics and Human Rights (2005), Nuremberg Code (1947) and the Helsinki Declaration (1964, Revised 2013) Article 25, 26

Is there legislation that allows an employer to terminate an employee for not getting the Covid shot?

No. There is no legislation that has been passed to enforce these mandates. If an employer does so, they are inviting a wrongful dismissal claim, as well as a claim for a human rights code violation. For those employees who are influenced, pressured or coerced by their employer to have the COVID-19 shot, and suffer any adverse consequences as a result of the injection, the employer, and its directors, officers, and those in positions carrying out these measures on behalf of the employer, will be opening themselves up to personal civil liability, and potential personal criminal liability, under the Nuremberg Code, the Criminal Code of Canada, and the Crimes Against Humanity and War Crimes Act of Canada./p>

Who should I give the Notice of Liability (NOL) form to in my school, work, etc.?

Give the Notices of Liability to the teacher, principal, or employer that is responsible for enforcing the mandate on you. Write your teacher/principal, employer’s name on page 1 of the NOL and sign and date on the last page. Make sure to keep a copy for your records. We encourage you to videotape serving your teacher/principal/employer or you can send it via registered mail for proof of service.

Is it legal for the government to mandate vaccines and mask on citizens?

No. It is against the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms (1982) Section 2a, 2b, 7, 8, 9, 15, the Universal Declaration on Bioethics and Human Rights (2005), Nuremberg Code (1947) and the Helsinki Declaration (1964, Revised 2013) Article 25, 26

Is Action4Canada taking any legal action against the illegal mandates imposed by governments?

Yes, Rocco Galati, our Constitutional lawyer, has filed a Statement of Claim on our behalf against the Federal Government of Canada and the British Columbia Provincial Government. You can see the press conference here, as well as track any updates.

Are we still under the Emergency Authorization Act (EAA) in Canada?

No. The EAA was enacted in March of 2020 and the government must reauthorize it every 30 days. In most provinces in Canada, the EAA was not reauthorized after June of 2021. Check your province for when your EAA was cancelled.

Is there legislation that allows an employer to terminate an employee for not getting the Covid shot?

No. There is no legislation that has been passed to enforce these mandates. If an employer does so, they are inviting a wrongful dismissal claim, as well as a claim for a human rights code violation. For those employees who are influenced, pressured or coerced by their employer to have the COVID-19 shot, and suffer any adverse consequences as a result of the injection, the employer, and its directors, officers, and those in positions carrying out these measures on behalf of the employer, will be opening themselves up to personal civil liability, and potential personal criminal liability, under the Nuremberg Code, the Criminal Code of Canada, and the Crimes Against Humanity and War Crimes Act of Canada./p>

Do you know of a lawyer in my area that would help me fight the mandates?

Unfortunately, Action4Canada does not have a list of lawyers across Canada. We suggest you contact a Chapter Leader in your area who may be more familiar with what is available in your community.

PCR Test Resources

Does the PCR test give you an accurate reading that you have COVID-19?

You can find information about the PCR test here and in all our Notice of Liability forms.

The current PCR test utilization, set at higher amplifications, is producing up to 97% false positive results. In November 2020, a Portuguese court ruled that PCR tests are unreliable. On December 14, 2020, the WHO admitted the PCR Test has a ‘problem’ at high amplifications as it detects dead cells from old viruses, giving a false positive. On Feb 16, 2021, BC Health Officer Bonnie Henry, admitted PCR tests are unreliable. On April 8, 2021, the Austrian court ruled the PCR was unsuited for COVID testing. On April 8, 2021, a German Court ruled against PCR testing stating, “the test cannot provide any information on whether a person is infected with an active pathogen or not, because the test cannot distinguish between “dead” matter and living matter”. On May 8, 2021, the Swedish Public Health Agency stopped PCR Testing for the same reason. On May 10, 2021, Manitoba’s Chief Microbiologist and Laboratory Specialist, Dr. Jared Bullard testified under cross-examination in a trial before the court of the Queen’s Bench in Manitoba, that PCR test results do not verify infectiousness and were never intended to be used to diagnose respiratory illnesses.

Vaccine Resources

What information do you have on the “vaccines”?

Action4Canada provides a list of vaccine resources here.

Miscellaneous

Is Action4Canada on any social media?

Yes. We are on many platforms. You can find a list of them here.

Does Action4Canada have any information on Rallies going on in my city?

Yes. You can find a list of rallies here or contact a Chapter in your community that may have further information on rallies going on in your area.

Has Action4Canada done any events or have interviews I can watch?

Yes. You can find many interviews here.

How can I donate to Action4Canada?

You can donate either by etransfer or credit card by clicking here.