Notice of Liability Against Forced COVID Testing: Print NOL PDF HERE
NEW: Notice of Liability Against Rapid Antigen Tests: Print NOL PDF HERE
According to the Genetic Non-Discrimination Act, Bill S201, it is an indictable offence to force anyone to take a DNA/RNA test or deny any service, employment, or education opportunity. If anyone is attempting to force you to take a COVID test than you may wish to first warn them that they are committing a criminal act: Warning letter English version | French version
**If they do not immediately change their position, serve them with the Notice of Liability above.
The PCR test is a form of genetic test as it tests an individuals genetic material. The Genetic Non-Discrimination Act clearly defines “genetic test”: genetic test means a test that analyzes DNA, RNA or chromosomes for purposes such as the prediction of disease or vertical transmission risks, or monitoring, diagnosis or prognosis.
Protect you and your family’s guaranteed inalienable right to bodily autonomy by signing and serving the following Notice of Liability to anyone attempting to force Covid testing. No…to forced medical procedures. This is a violation of your rights.
Instructions for Sending the Notice of Liability
Only one Notice of Liability needs to be served per person:
- Print the Notice of Liability
- Fill in the name of the person you are serving (one notice per person)
- Keep a photocopy, or take a photo with your phone, for your records
- Video record when serving the notice of liability in person.
- If sending by mail, you must send by registered mail
Note: It is important to keep a record of all information (eg. documents, videos, dates, times, etc.)
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Action4Canada accepts no responsibility or liability for any harms or losses that occur as result of delivering this notice. If you do not agree to these terms then please do not use this notice. We do not make any representations or warranties about the potential consequences of delivering this Notice of Exemption/Non-Consent (eg. removal of child from a private school). A parent/legal guardian must decide what is in the best interest of their child.