Have you Ever Been Fired? Find out how a Police Officer with over 34 years of experience on the service was fired for not complying with the Vxx mandate. At a time when we needed him Most!
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Meet Jason Garrett, a veteran police officer who served his community for over 34 years.
When the Pandemic started in 2020, the Police Services, as part of the under staffed emergency services, were exempted from any provincial government mandates. However by late 2021, this exemption was removed and officers were required to declare their medical status.
Officer Garrett understood that this violated his rights of medical privacy and refused to declare. The principal of doctor patient confidentiality is a long standing cornerstone of the Canadian medical system.
Officer Garrett was placed on unpaid leave, which courts had previously ruled is constructive dismissal. You have to wonder how the Police Service could carry out an action which amounted to Constructive Dismissal, when the idea of Constructive Dismissal has been understood to decades.
Another case of simply change the name of something to fool people!
Officer Garrett approached his Police Union for help, and was denied. You know, the people he had being paying Union Dues to for 34 years.
Officer Garrett approached the Human Rights Commission and was told, that since he had a Union representation, he had no ability to ask the Human Rights Commission for help. Catch 22?
There is much more to this tragic story, come hear what was going on directly from a police officer who was directly impacted.
At a time when our emergency service personnel were needed most, they were being attacked by their own!
As usual, you decide, you do your own research, make up your own mind.
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