Persecuted here in Canada
“He was defamed, fired for speaking out against Covid measures. Now he’s suing.”
SASKATOON – A former surgeon and professor of surgery at the U of S is suing Saskatchewan Health Authority, the U of S, and the College of Medicine over his termination for speaking out against giving the COVID vaccine to children.
Constitutional lawyers from the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms are representing Dr. Francis Christian who was suspended from his teaching responsibilities in June 2021 and terminated from his position with the College of Medicine at the U of S September 2021. SHA also terminated him from his surgical position in Saskatoon. Dr. Christian was a surgeon for more than 20 years and started working in Saskatoon in 2007. He also serves as editor of the Journal of the Surgical Humanities.
“The Saskatchewan Health Authority and the College have violated Dr. Christian’s Charter-protected freedoms of expression and conscience,” said lawyer Andrew Memauri Friday. “The College’s conduct is a gross violation of the principles of academic freedom and scientific inquiry.”
“The defamatory statements made by some of the defendants against Dr. Christian added insult to injury,” added Memauri. “Christian will pursue justice accordingly.”
The U of S says they will defend the claim against them.
Interview with Dr Francis Christian and his lawyer Andrew Memauri