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Shawn Buckley March 2021 TrueHope Cast Interview with Host Simon Brazier

Almost two years since Shawn Buckley’s last interview. Seems like a good time for a refresher on health, censorship, law and truth. On March 13, 2021, Shawn joined long-time freedom fighter, Simon Brazier of TrueHope Cast for a podcast discussion (1 hour listen), on “The Insidious Side of Health Canada”. Simon investigates, with compelling discernment, the true nature of Health Canada and resultant impact on Canadians’ health, rights, and freedom. Shawn shares new changes in our system of law, amplified since the global pandemic began.

While discussing the censorship of health claims on natural health products (NHPs) allowed by Health Canada, and the restrictions on the sharing evidence related to the study of NHPs, Shawn says, “There’s product after product after product out there, that could make a life and death difference for you or somebody else throughout your life… and you will never know. Because it is illegal for you to be told.”


Absent Without Official Leave

Our silence was not by choice.

We were on a forced hiatus.

It was an incredible disappointment to our team to have to press pause on our work at a critical time, especially on the heels of a successful national campaign at the end of 2019. It was not the pandemic, but rather the hypoxemic lack of funding, that ended our ability to work. A few dedicated funders far exceeded the contributions of the public, or all other stakeholders combined, to prop up the freedoms of all Canadians. That small group of serious contributors, who understood what it took to keep us together, could not sustain their support. We are hard pressed to bring any messaging to you even now.


“Censorship Law and COVID-19”, Vitality Magazine

“Censorship and a free society cannot co-exist.” A simple, yet profound, sentence that nearly says it all. Once again, Shawn Buckley, shares his invaluable insights to help us, the Canadian public, protect our rights and freedoms. “Censorship is the government deciding what information you can have access to. Censorship never ends well.” In this Summer 2020 issue of Vitality Magazine, Shawn Buckley’s article (5 minute read), “Censorship Law and COVID-19”, outlines our government’s intention to begin censoring the information Canadians have access to.


Shortlisted. 16 Links To Our Favourite Evidence-Based Resources You’ll Want To Read

If you’re a long-time NHPPA supporter, we have confidence that you value the power of natural health products (NHPs). As a community, we share a collective knowledge that allows us to move through and manage health challenges by adopting healing practices that include potent NHPs for prevention and treatment of acute and chronic conditions. Amid the global COVID-19 pandemic, the prevailing NHP conversation centred around the commanding micronutrient and antioxidant, Vitamin C. Vitamin C continues to be one of the most researched molecules, no doubt proving its health-supportive and life-saving properties during this worldwide crisis.


Discussion Paper Release: Censorship Law and COVID-19

“Censorship and a free society cannot co-exist. It is as simple as that.” Shawn Buckley continues in this short and decisive opinion, “The problem with censorship laws, is that it is the government that gets to decide what “truth” you will be allowed to access.” We are, as individuals and a collective, moving through an unprecedented global crisis. A crisis with many degrees, facts and players—depending on who you ask. In response, we are seeing freedoms restricted in ways they have never been before. Are we, as Canadians, not capable of making good decisions? The Trudeau Government has announced that censorship laws are coming to prevent “misinformation”, and Members of Parliament have signalled their broad support of the measures. Get through this must-read piece while you still can. Then act in resistance, as an act of self-preservation.