National Citizens Inquiry Puts Canadian Government on Notice with Damning Report

Speaking with host Dr Mark Trozzi on Monday 18 December during our final Better Way Live episode of 2023, Shawn Buckley presented the long anticipated National Citizens Inquiry (NCI) report on the Canadian government’s handling of the Covid-19 crisis.

Download the report here.

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The damning document was written by NCI’s four independent Commissioners: Chairperson Ken Drysdale, Heather DiGregorio, Janice Kaikkonen and Dr Bernard Massie. During an extensive investigation into Canada’s Covid-19 response, these commissioners thoroughly reviewed and analyzed hundreds of hours of expert testimonies over the course of several months.

About National Citizens Inquiry

  • The National Citizens Inquiry is a citizen-led and citizen-funded effort to examine Canada’s response to Covid-19.
  • The NCI’s purpose is to listen, to learn, and to recommend. What went right? What went wrong? How can Canadians and our governments react to national crises in the future in a manner that balances the interests, needs and rights of all members of our society?
  • The National Citizens Inquiry is volunteer run and completely independent of government.
  • In spring 2023, the NCI held 24 days of hearings from Truro to Vancouver, where commissioners heard testimony from over 300 witnesses.

About Shawn Buckley

  • Shawn Buckley is a Constitutional Lawyer who fought in his 29 years of practice to protect individual rights, particularly health Rights.

This is an edited segment from our weekly Better Way Live show on 18 December 2023. Francesca Havens & Rev Dr Wai-Ching Lee also joined us for this episode.

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  1. This C-19 was planned long ago, eventually was done on purpose and criminal charges must be laid. What we have is Genocide on a massive scale. The purpose was to depopulate Canada and the world and get richer which it did.