College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario Tribunal
The Case of Drs. Patrick Phillips, Mark Trozzi, and Crystal Luchkiw
Update: The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario have been overwhelmed with emails. As such, they have changed the link to their tribunal hearing this Wednesday from one that has to be requested to this shareable link…
Legal Hearings Are Public Affairs in Canada
This Wednesday, November 23, 2022 at 9:00 am (Eastern Standard Time), there will be a tribunal hearing in the case of Drs. Phillips, Trozzi, and Luchkiw. In my expert opinion, the overwhelming weight of the peer-reviewed scientific literature shows that these are doctors that had incredible foresight and courage at a time when their views were considered unpopular by less critically thinking physicians. Their abilities to practice medicine have been restricted by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario. Personally, I am keen to observe if this will be a COVID-19-related legal decision that is made based on the weight of the scientific evidence. If so, it will be a conspicuously rare occurrence in Canada where COVID-19-related legal decisions have been made based on anything but the evidence. In this country, legal proceedings can be overseen by the public. If you are interested to see how one of the colleges of physicians and surgeons in Canada is approaching these types of cases, you can watch at this link:
Note the following:
“NO ONE MAY RECORD, TAKE A SCREEN SHOT OR DISTIBUTE ANY RECORDING OF THE HEARING. IF YOU VIOLATE THIS RULE, YOU MAY BE FOUND GUILTY OF AN OFFENCE AND BE ORDERED TO PAY A FINE OF UP TO $25,000 UNDER S. 29 OF THE STATUTORY POWERS PROCEDURE ACT.”
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