Canada: Quebec Provence Continues To Find Ways To Discriminate Against The Unvaccinated

Neither science or data supports the narrative that the unvaccinated are hospitalized in greater numbers than the vaccinated

Quebec Premier Francois Legault is shown at an event last November in Montreal. © Getty Images / Minas Panagiotakis


Fresh from banning people who refuse to get vaccinated against Covid-19 from entering liquor stores or cannabis shops, Canada’s Quebec province is unveiling a new health tax for the unjabbed.

Premier Francois Legault vowed on Tuesday to enact the new financial penalty, saying those who refuse to get their first vaccine dose in the coming weeks will have to start paying for their impact on the health care system. “Right now, it’s a question also of fairness for the 90% of the population who made some sacrifices,” he told reporters. “I think we owe them this kind of measure.”

Asked about the legal and ethical challenges that the government will likely face over the unprecedented tax, the prime minister acknowledged that the move is a “big deal.” He added, “If you look at what’s happening in other countries or other states, everybody is trying to find a solution. It’s a question of equity because right now, these people, they put a very important burden on our health care network, and I think it’s normal that the majority of the population is asking that there be a consequence.”

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