Galati said that according to current Canadian law, “any medical treatment including vaccination, without the informed consent of the citizen is unconstitutional.”

“The Supreme Court of Canada has already ruled this,” he said, adding that if “any government body tried to impose mandatory vaccinations, it’s unconstitutional.”

He said that if a private employer attempted to “parachute” a provision into an employee’s existing contract that mandated vaccination as a requirement for continuing a job, then the employee who refused to take the vaccine jab and was fired over it would have grounds for a lawsuit.

“Well, they can’t do that. And if they fired you for it, that would constitute wrongful dismissal and you could sue your employer for that,” he said. “Trying to impose mandatory vaccination in even the private employment contract is not allowed.”

Galati said that if employees are being pressured by employers to take the vaccine, they should at least make sure that they are legally covered in case of injury caused by the vaccine.

“What you can do is get your employer to acknowledge that you’re taking it, even though you do not wish to take it, and if there’s any side effects or damage to you, that the employer acknowledges that they will be strictly liable to compensate you for any such physical or neurological damage from the vaccine,” he said.