The Silencing of the Truth | Canadian Frontline Nurses
Three nurses facing disciplinary action from the College of Nurses of Ontario for standing up for what is right for themselves and their patients.
Co-Founder, A dedicated nurse of 14 years, primarily in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, she has taken on a new role of activism and Health Care advocacy, after being terminated from her position as a RN for speaking up against the narrative. Her background in Holistic Nutrition has helped her understand conventional medicine as well as whole body wellness that incorporates the mind, body and spirit to uncover the root cause of illness.
Kristal practiced nursing for 24 years in the areas of medicine/surgery, community, geriatrics, obstetrics/gynecology, paramedical services, public health, maternal/child health, sexual health, infectious disease, primary health care, management, and long-term care home inspection. She practiced as a Registered Nurse for 14 years and as a Primary Health Care Nurse Practitioner for 10 years. When ineffective and harmful measures lacking medical and scientific evidence were implemented in response to COVID-19 in 2020, Kristal embraced the role of whistleblower, boldly and courageously speaking out against the accepted narrative to protect the health and safety of humanity, despite the risk of reprisal. This led to being terminated from her nursing position and being investigated by the College of Nurses of Ontario (CNO). Her license to practice nursing is being threatened.
Co-founder, nurse since 2004, mostly works in nursing homes, had fibromyalgia but corrected diet and cleared it. Sarah was fired from both her nursing jobs, her license is under investigation and has been defamed by the media for speaking out against the lockdowns. She is presently working on creating the mental health initiative “Lighting Up Dark Corners”, created to empower people to explore the root cause of their mental health challenges & discover natural ways to heal & rise.
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I truly resonate with the nurses’ vision around what a genuine healthcare system will look like, once we leave our sickcare system behind. Holistic and Integrative health has been trying to share that message also. Together we are strong. By addressing the source of the problem, it can be healed – which is actual health.
I also really appreciate that the nurses shared the info about how their union previously fought for them prior to covid on the issue of wearing masks to protect them from influenza. Proof that masks could not protect people from viruses and do cause harm.
Thank you for this great interview. We’ve had a sickcare system for a long time and one of the blessings of covid is that it has exposed this to so many more people.