Trudeau Government budgets $36 million to compensate (safe) vaccine-injured Canadians
The feds introduced Canada’s first ever vaccine compensation program in 2020, just before they coerced vaccines into Canadians by threatening their livelihoods, jobs, and EI. 

Mike Campbell

April 18, 2024

The Trudeau Liberals 2024 budget includes a projected $36 million over just the next two years that will compensate Canadians who take vaccines that Health Canada deems safe — but get injured anyway.

Trudeau Government budgets $36 million to compensate (safe) vaccine-injured Canadians


The feds introduced Canada’s first ever vaccine compensation program in 2020, just before they coerced vaccines into Canadians by threatening their livelihoods, jobs, and EI. 

$19 million is budgeted for 2024 and another $17 million for 2025, as per the budget that Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland introduced earlier this week.

Vaccine injuries have understandably spiked in many countries since the novel COVID shots were approved for use. 

A recent study analyzing data from the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) has identified a striking increase in myocarditis cases following COVID-19 vaccinations in the United States. 

4 shots per year

Most health authorities maintain the safety and efficacy of the COVID shots ‘as one of your best defenses against COVID-19’. In Canada, some provinces are still recommending certain individuals get a new shot every three months. 

As per uncovered documents by Rebel News, the total amount the feds originally allocated towards compensation for vaccine injured Canadians between 2021 — 2026 was $32 million (albeit more than half of it was spent on bureaucrats administering the program).

“Serious side-effects are incredibly rare,” Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said in 2020 when first asked about the new vaccine compensation program.

Interestingly, with their latest budget allocating $36 million for just 2024 – 2025, it appears the Trudeau Government significantly underestimated the extent of compensation that would be required.

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