Ditto. What really impressed me about Catherine's character and integrity is when she said there are things worse than dying.I loved the way both Catherine and Rocco bring the spiritual dimension and personal integrity and sovereignty to the forefront as well as the nuts and bolts aspects from the financial and legal perspectives.
It is an interesting piece of legislation (had never read it), which on the surface questions the ability for employers (or near anyone), to test DNA/RNA - "for purposes such as the prediction of disease or vertical transmission risks, or monitoring, diagnosis or prognosis. (test génétique)" without consent.What do you all think about that? Could it work?
genetic test, in relation to an employee, means a test that analyzes the employee’s DNA, RNA or chromosomes for purposes such as the prediction of disease or vertical transmission risks, or monitoring, diagnosis or prognosis. (test génétique)
(2) Every employee is entitled not to undergo or be required to undergo a genetic test.
Disclosure of results
(3) Every employee is entitled not to disclose or be required to disclose the results of a genetic test.
(4) No employer shall dismiss, suspend, lay off or demote an employee, impose a financial or other penalty on an employee, or refuse to pay an employee remuneration in respect of any period that the employee would, but for the exercise of the employee’s rights under this Division, have worked, or take any disciplinary action against or threaten to take any such action against an employee
(a) because the employee refused a request by the employer to undergo a genetic test;
(b) because the employee refused to disclose the results of a genetic test; or
(c) on the basis of the results of a genetic test undergone by the employee.
ACCORDING TO The Financial Post and other media sources, as of March 2019 the Canada Pension Plan International Branch had invested $103.7 billion in Canadian funds in China. This fund operates under a CHINESE asset management organization that has limited Canadian political oversight or POWER OF INTERVENTION from the Canadian government.
Investment strategies involving China are coming under scrutiny amid political and security-related conflicts between Beijing and major Western economies, as well as a predicted growth slowdown for the world’s second-largest economy.
But Canada’s massive pension fund, among the world’s top 10 in terms of size, is sticking to plans to expand its holdings there.
Mark Machin, president and chief executive of Canada’s Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB), sees the country’s potential to diversify his portfolio as outweighing any shorter-term economic setbacks.
“China is today the second-largest economy in the world, the second-largest equity market in the world, the third-largest bond market in world, and we have the ability to diversify into it,” he told CNBC at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
Here is a link to a group of Fighters, you may find some useful info.The Charter is a way to hold the state accountable for laws and decisions that may be oppressive,
The attack on Healthcare employees (me) is a direct assault by the Gov now and a Charter violation. They used punitive damages to coerce employers before .. giving the Gov protection by proxy. No longer. Fight!
So this is her way of saying "I was just following orders."? I don't think that will save you Bonnie.
Opinions are not what you want. Start with the airline website. Read their Covid rules carefully. Talk to their international desk. You MAY get the right info. Study the customs and immigration rules of both Canada and Mexico. Don't assume ANYTHING. You need to do your own homework as it is your life. Know that anything could change while you are away. Have a Plan B. and Maybe plan C. I used to be an international agent for many years. You need to triple check everything for yourself. It is amazing how much confusion and random chaos exists even in the best of times. Bottom line, you need to invest your consciousness into your own trip. Could you pull it off? Sure! But leave no stone unturned or it may very well be the one that bites you in the ass. (and, Most likely Canada will be your issue; not Mexico.)I would like to ask for some opinions on this. I'm planning on leaving Canada and going back to Mexico in November. As you know, the government said that there will be a grace period between October 30 and November 30 where "people who are in the process of getting vaccinated" can travel with a negative Covid test.
This could be interpreted to mean that you would only need the negative test to be allowed on the flight but I'm concerned about the wording: "people who are in the process of getting vaccinated". What if come November they only allow travelers who have had at least one shot. What do you think? Am I being paranoid about this?