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Independent, Science-Based Evidence To Empower Canadians

Issue 2023 - Week 15       View this newsletter in your browser

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At the Canadian Covid Care Alliance we are dedicated to sharing evidence-based information to empower Canadians to remain safe and healthy.

Many medical discoveries are made by noticing patterns. There has been recent interest in patterns observed by people caring for the bodies of the deceased. Experienced embalmers have noticed a change in the quality of the blood of the deceased; in particular, solid white fibrous material is being pulled from their blood systems. Embalmers and morticians are expressing concern saying they have never seen these structures before and they are being found more commonly without any explanation for their cause. The scientists and clinicians at the CCCA believe it is important to learn more about these changes, why and when these structures form, and their potential significance. In this week's issue, we share videos of embalmers and morticians describing what they have witnessed since the beginning of 2021 with the hopes of stimulating conversation and further research into this issue.

Such testimonies highlight that there are multiple unknown issues for the COVID-19 genetic vaccines. Considering what we are also learning about their waning effectiveness and the high levels of naturally acquired immunity in the community, we are pleased to share that Switzerland has joined a number of other countries in limiting or halting their COVID-19 genetic vaccination programs.

Morticians Discuss Abnormal Blood Clots in COVID-19 Vaccinated Patients

The CCCA’s Scientific and Medical Advisory Committee invited Mr. Richard Hirschman and Mr. John O’Looney to speak about their observations of clots found during the embalming process of the deceased. They find these changes to be unusual in their years of professional experience. Their presentation was recorded and edited in the interest of time. We hope releasing this video will stimulate more discussion amongst the scientific and medical community, morticians, and embalmers about the extent and origins of fibrous, white clots that they have observed.

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Emerging Approaches to Treating Spike Protein-Induced Diseases Conference

The Frontline COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance will be hosting their second educational conference featuring leading experts from a variety of fields. This 2-day event will cover topics including the pathological features of spike protein-induced diseases, their clinical presentations, and their treatment. If you are unable to attend the live conference, a digital content option is available with a donation after the conference concludes.

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Better Way Conference

Better Way 2023 will further the creative collaboration that was begun in the 2022 conference, including how to optimize our health and well-being, build conscientious communities, use technology with discernment, restore our sovereignty, and connect and collaborate with others. Canadians Deanna McCloud and Dr. Mark Trozzi are amongst the esteemed presenters.

DATE: June 1-4, 2023

LOCATION: Bath, England

Virtual tickets available.

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Licensed Funeral Director Laura Jeffery on Post-Vaccine Embalming | NCI

Ms. Laura Jeffery testified at the National Citizen's Inquiry regarding her professional observations as an embalmer and funeral director. She has over 25 years of profession experience. She details changes in the characteristics of the blood in the bodies that she has embalmed since the late winter/early spring of 2021 that she had not previously observed. She has been in contact with other embalmers in Canada and internationally who are also reporting the presence of white fibrous structures being pulled from the circulatory systems of the deceased. Following her testimony, Ms. Jeffery gave an interview with Rebel News with further details.

My Health Care Directory

Health Care Practitioners:

The Canadian Health Alliance has launched "My Health Directory" (MHD). MHD is a national resource to help Canadians connect with local health care professionals from a variety of treatment categories. This newly formed group is offering the opportunity for ethical health care providers to list their services on their site, which is in its preliminary phases. Practitioners who list on this site must agree to a code of ethics. Canadian Health Alliance Members are offered a reduced listing fee.

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Switzerland Stops Recommending COVID-19 Vaccines, Citing High Level of Immunity

Switzerland's Federal Office of Public Health (FOPH) and Federal Commission for Vaccination does not recommend COVID-19 vaccination for individuals, including those considered at high risk, for the spring and summer of 2023. The Children's Health Defense breaks down this move in a Defender news article.

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The National Citizen's Inquiry

The National Citizen's Inquiry will be taking place over the next couple of months. You may attend the sessions at their various venues across the country or join the live streaming events.

Join the National Citizens Inquiry daily from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM local time in each city:

  • Truro, NS, March 16 - 18
  • Toronto, ON, March 30 - April 1


  • Winnipeg, MB, April 13 - 15 
  • Saskatoon, SK, April 20 - 22 
  • Red Deer, AB, April 26 - 28

Further hearings are being scheduled for Vancouver, Victoria, Quebec, and Ottawa.

Learn more about the importance of the inquiry and meet the commissioners at nationalcitizensinquiry.ca.

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CAERS is an adverse event reporting system separate from government and public health agencies across Canada, determined to provide an accurate depiction of possible adverse events individuals have experienced due to the COVID-19 vaccine inoculation program.

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