Protection Against Significant Health Risks | Shawn Buckley Explains

LEAST RESTRICTIVE INTERFERENCE In this thirteenth 1:18 minute video of a 21-part series, Shawn Buckley explains Section 14 of the Charter of Health Freedom, “Least Restrictive Interference.” Since the Charter gives the Ministry of Wellness and the courts the power to make decisions in order to protect Canadians, Section 14 ensures those decisions are well-reasoned. A court, under the Charter, should protect Canadians using the least restrictive measures possible so as to keep life-saving natural health products and treatment modalities available. This section prevents enforcement bodies from removing a product if doing so could cause more harm than good. The Ministry of Wellness and judicial system would be mandated to deliver the best health outcomes for citizens. The Charter of Health Freedom requires a balanced risk analysis ensuring regulation does not become antagonistic toward natural health products and practices and thereby reduces health outcomes.

As the author of this standalone Act, Shawn Buckley makes clear the key features of each section. He breaks down the proposed legislation into language that everyone can understand. Examination and Sampling is the content of the fourteenth clip in which Shawn will discuss the procedures that will hold manufacturers accountable.