Justice Paul Belzil of the Alberta Court of Queen's Bench dismissed the argument by Edmonton resident Annette Lewis that the doctors who did not push through with her organ transplant infringed on her rights guaranteed by the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
According to the magistrate, the Charter has no bearing on the treatment decisions of doctors for organ transplants. This is in spite of the fact that medical experts themselves advised that a transplant was the only way for Lewis to survive a progressive disease she suffers from, CBC News reported.
Belzil noted that while the patient was indeed the sole arbiter of what she puts into her own body, no one has an inherent right to an organ transplant.
"The proposition that treating physicians exercising clinical judgment would be subject to the Charter would result in medical chaos, with patients seeking endless judicial review of clinical treatment decisions."
The Edmonton resident was diagnosed with the progressive disease in 2018 and received all mandated inoculations – including childhood vaccinations – save for the COVID-19 shot. Doctors, however, told her that she could not undergo a life-saving transplant if she is not injected with the vaccine.
"Taking this vaccine offends my conscience. I ought to have the choice about what goes into my body. Life-saving treatment cannot be denied to me because I chose not to take an experimental treatment for a condition – COVID-19 – which I do not have and which I may never have," Lewis stated in an affidavit.
Allison Pejovic, Lewis' attorney, lamented the "deeply disappointing" ruling by Belzil. The lawyer with the Justice Center for Constitutional Freedoms said they are considering whether to appeal the decision. Pejovic also mentioned that Lewis' condition is worsening.
The case involving Lewis was not the first instance involving the rights of Canadians who stand their ground and refuse to accept the poisonous COVID-19 clot shot.
In December 2021, a judge in the Canadian province of Quebec suspended a father's visitation rights to his daughter because of his vaccination status. (Related: Unvaccinated Canadian father loses visitation rights to his own child.)
"It would normally have been in the best interests of the child to have contact with his father, but not in his best interest to have contact with him if he is not vaccinated and is opposed to sanitary measures in the current epidemiological context," Quebec Superior Court Judge Jean-Sébastien Vaillancourt said in the Dec. 23, 2021 court decision.
In January, New Brunswick Court of Queen's Bench Judge Nathalie Godbout temporarily denied another unvaccinated father the custody of his three children. Her Jan. 31 ruling noted that his vaccination status bears consequences for him and his family.
According to Godbout, the three children "must be given their best possible chance of evading infection from COVID-19."
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