British Columbia tribunal rules against mom whose kids were kicked out of daycare over COVID shot – LifeSite

(LifeSiteNews) –– A tribunal in the province of British Columbia has ruled in favor of a daycare that kicked out two kids from its facility because they did not have the COVID shots.

As noted in a recent report by the Tofino-Ucluelet Westerly News, the B.C. Civil Resolution Tribunal ruled against a mother, known as JM due to a publication ban relating to her kids’ young ages, who filed a claim for $3,137.65 after her two children were booted from a daycare facility over their vaccine status. 

JM’s two young kids were not COVID jabbed, and she had taken the daycare and its operator, known as KM, to court because they terminated her childcare contract due to the kids’ COVID jab-free status.  

JM had asked for damages to be paid for the mental distress she had received from KM from the ordeal.  

The tribunal wrote, “I find KM and JM had some further verbal discussions about this issue where JM advised that her husband did not want the children vaccinated and KM advised that unvaccinated children were a ‘no go.’”  

JM was given a five-week notice that her contract with the daycare would be terminated because she had breached the contract because her kids did not have the COVID shot.  

As noted by the tribunal, “on September 23, 2022, KM gave JM 5 weeks’ notice to end childcare services if the children were not vaccinated. I find in doing so, she provided more than one full month’s notice.” 

“As noted, JM alleges that KM requiring the children to be vaccinated was a unilateral change to the contract’s terms. However, as noted, KM was permitted to change her COVID-19 policies, and to terminate the contract immediately if anyone failed to follow those policies. KM was also entitled to terminate the contract on reasonable notice.”  

The tribunal ruling stated that the daycare was “entitled to unilaterally terminate the contract” of JM, adding that KM had met all obligations.  

“I find that KM had fulfilled her obligations under the contract, and had provided reasonable notice as required,” the ruling noted.  

As a result, the entirety of JM’s claim was dismissed outright due to the tribunal’s ruling.  

The province of British Columbia, which is ruled under a socialist-leaning New Democratic Party (NDP) government, had some of the strictest COVID mandates in not only Canada, but the world, from mid-2020 to late 2022. Churches were shuttered for months on end and provincial workers who did not get the COVID shots were either placed on leave or fired.  

COVID vaccine mandates split Canadian society. The mRNA shots themselves, approved for use in Canada, have been linked to a multitude of negative and often severe side effects in children.  

The jabs also have connections to cell lines derived from aborted babies. As a result of this, many Catholics and other Christians refused to take them.  

As a result of the COVID shot mandates, many Canadians who chose not to get them faced discrimination. 

Recently, 41-year-old Ross Wightman from British Columbia launched a lawsuit against AstraZeneca, the federal government of Canada, the provincial government of his province, and the pharmacy at which he was injected after receiving what he considers inadequate compensation from the nation’s Vaccine Injury Support Program (VISP).     

Wightman received the AstraZeneca shot in April 2021 and shortly after became totally paralyzed. He was subsequently diagnosed with Guillain-Barré Syndrome.  

Of note is that health authorities in British Columbia continue to push the COVID shots despite the mounting evidence of the harm they can cause. 

Just last week, the province’s top health officer Bonnie Henry called for even more doses of the COVID shots to be administered this fall, referring to the injections not as “boosters” but as “updated seasonal” vaccines.

This is despite VISP having paid out over $6 million to those injured by COVID shots thus far.