October 24, 2022

CANADA: Premier of Alberta, Canada, Considers Dropping COVID Lockdown Charges And Fines, Apologizes To Unvaccinated Canadians Who Faced Discrimination. She Offers Them Their Jobs Back.

Rebel News
written by Staff
Saturday October 22, 2022

When she was campaigning to be the new premier, Danielle Smith had promised to do so. Today, Selene asked her when she’d actually do so.

And Premier Smith’s reply was amazing.

“I can apologize right now. I’m deeply sorry,” she said. She proceeded to give a heartfelt apology “for anyone who was inappropriately subjected to discrimination as a result of their vaccine status, I’m deeply sorry. For any government employee that was fired from their job, because of their vaccine status, and I welcome the back if they want to come back.”

Even more amazing than the heartfelt apology, Premier Smith said she was seriously considering granting a legal amnesty to any Albertans charged with lockdown offences — as in, dropping all the charges! This is very exciting. Alberta is now the first jurisdiction in Canada — perhaps even in the world — to apologize to its unvaccinated citizens for discriminating against them.

A great question by our intrepid reporter — and a great answer by the new premier. And you know it’s the kind of question that only Rebel News would ask! Congratulations to Selene Galas, for asking such an important question — and getting a huge news scoop — as opposed to the same left-wing gossip that the CBC obsesses over.

Let’s show Premier Danielle Smith that her apology is well-received and that her idea of lockdown amnesty is a great one — please sign our petition at www.LockdownAmnesty.com, and we’ll personally deliver it to her office. We have 16,000 signatures already — let’s aim for 20,000!
Fox News
written by Emma Colton
Sunday October 23, 2022

'I am deeply sorry,' the newly-minted Premier Danielle Smith said of unvaccinated Canadians who fought discrimination.

The premier of Alberta, Canada, said she is working on a plan to pardon residents who were fined or arrested over breaking coronavirus protocols, and apologized to unvaccinated Canadians who faced "discrimination."

"I'm deeply sorry for anyone who was inappropriately subjected to discrimination as a result of their vaccine status,"Premier Danielle Smith said Saturday. "I am deeply sorry for any government employee that was fired from their job because of their vaccine status, and I welcome them back if they want to come back."

Smith’s comment marks the first time the leader of a Canadian province has apologized for discriminating against the unvaccinated, according to Rebel News.

Canada had some of the most stringent coronavirus mandates in the world, including making vaccinations mandatory in federally regulated workplaces, shutting down businesses for months, and arresting citizens if they were found violating lockdown protocols.

Smith delivered a speech at the United Conservative Party’s annual general meeting on Saturday and told the media after that she’s considering pardoning people who were arrested or fined for breaking lockdown orders.

"It was a political decision to throw out the Charter of Rights and Freedoms to put those fines in place in the first place, and I think it can be a political decision to make amends and apologize for it and eliminate them," Smith said.

She said that people who ​​"come to top of mind" are pastors who were penalized for disobeying the country’s COVID rules.

"These are not things that are normal to get fines and get prosecuted for," Smith said. "So I am going to look into the range of outstanding fines that there still are and to get some legal advice on which ones we are able to cancel and provide amnesty for."

Canadian Pastor Artur Pawlowski, for example, was arrested and fined repeatedly since 2020 for breaking lockdown measures, including being jailed for over 50 days after he addressed a trucking convoy in Alberta.

Earlier last week, Smith also called on businesses in the province to end their coronavirus vaccine requirements and said she’s working to make it illegal to discriminate against people based on vaccine status.

"The things that will be coming through within the fall as well, is a change to the Human Rights Code to make it illegal to discriminate against anyone on the basis of their COVID vaccination status," Smith said Thursday, according to CityNews.

"I recognize that there are still some organizations and some businesses in Alberta, that are still doing that [discriminating], and I just want to give you a fair warning that we are going to be making a serious pivot in that regard," Smith said.

Smith was sworn in as premier on Oct. 11, after former Alberta premier Jason Kenney stepped down this year as United Conservative Party leader.

🚨👇 BONUS from the Covidians 👇🚨

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