Volunteer supported and individually funded National Citizens Inquiry stops in Saskatoon this week.
Saskatoon – The National Citizens Inquiry rolls into Saskatoon this Thursday, April 20, for three days of hearings. This is the fourth stop after Truro, Toronto and Winnipeg where Canadians such as doctors, morticians, lawyers, journalists and other individuals have been testifying about the negative effects of the government measures in response to COVID-19.
In Saskatoon the Inquiry will hear from people affected by mask mandates, vaccine mandates and business closures. A pharmacist will outline the financial incentives to inject Canadians with the experimental COVID-19 vaccines.
In Winnipeg CBC News covered the event where local Manitobans came out to testify about their personal experiences.
This week at the NCI, residents will hear about how the pandemic response affected life in Saskatchewan. Expert witnesses are to include:
• Dr. Francis Christian- Surgeon
• Ryan Orydzuk- Occupational Health and Safety Expert
• James Kitchen – Canadian litigation lawyer
• Steve Kirsch – Entrepreneur and Covid researcher
• Ann McCormack – Retired Pharmacist
• Maria Gutschi – Academic Pharmacist and researcher
• Leighton Grey – Litigation lawyer
• Professor Magda Havas – Environmental toxicologist
• Dr. Chris Flowers – Radiologist and Covid expert
The list of private citizens testifying will only be available when the hearings start.
The Saskatoon hearings, from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm Central Standard Time, will be broadcast live on the NCI website https://nationalcitizensinquiry.ca/nci-live/ and on the NCI Rumble Channel
The Saskatoon venue is Ramada, Saskatoon, 806 Idylwyld Drive North, Saskatoon, SK S7L 0Z6 Tel: 306-665-6500 or 1-800-667-6500
Due to limited space in the room the public is asked to arrange for access through Eventbrite. https://nationalcitizensinquiry.ca/event/saskatoon-saskatchewan/
Members of the media are asked to provide identification to NCI volunteers on site to obtain access. Prior notification of attendance to [email protected] will assist in assuring seating. NCI spokesperson, Michelle Leduc Catlin, will be at the hearings and will be able to assist you.
Hearings will follow in:
• Red Deer, AB, from April 26 – 28
• Metro Vancouver, BC, from May 2 – 4
• Quebec City, QC, May 11 – 13
• Ottawa, ON May 17 – 19
NCI is a Canada-wide citizen-led and citizen-funded initiative to investigate governments’ COVID-19 policies in a fair and impartial manner that is completely independent from government. Through questioning led by lawyers, individual Canadians and experts will present evidence under oath to Independent Commissioners.
Media inquiries concerning the National Citizens Inquiry should be directed to: