According to a Toronto councilor, he worries about some digital posters he has taken in the city, saying that vaccinations are dangerous.
"This is very disturbing and potentially dangerous," Coun. Joe Cressy, who replaces Spadina-Fort York, said on Tuesday morning a tweet. He is also the health minister of Cressy City.
"Immunization has kept more children's lives than history healthcare than other interventions," said CBC Toronto.
"This misinformation campaign is dangerous, I am very worried."
This is very disturbing and potentially dangerous. I will talk with the Head of Healthcare in Toronto to determine how the city should respond. https://t.co/Jb1ni0vPSk
The gaps were paid by Canada's Vaccination Choice group and rose on February 21 according to a Facebook post from group members. The campaign rotates four images in Toronto that signify 50 signals. The campaign will be run for two weeks, wrote Ted Kuntz, who describes himself as a parent of an already "deadly vaccinated child" who has already died in open letters.
"Thank you very much, many of our donors thank you. And it's very special that many people thank you, make efforts to create images and make great efforts, leaving behind many scenes," Kuntz wrote.
"I hope everyone guides around GTA for a little more enjoyment," he added.
On its website, the non-profit group aims to "publicize the public, current and future scientific research literature, evaluate the risks of current vaccination policies, side effects, and long-term health consequences."
It denies that it is "contrary to the vaccine", but rather that "the vaccine is a specific risk".
In an e-mail message, Kuntz said the campaign "encourages Canadians to better educate for the medical practice of the vaccine, that this authorization is really informed.
"We are asking you two questions on concrete to make your parents expect more research. Canadian vaccines are voluntary. Many people have been pity on the media and public health that vaccinations are mandatory," said Kuntz.
The fourth point is that Canada does not compensate "the national compensation program for the compensation of vaccines for killing and killing through vaccines".
Cressy, in the case of mosquitoes, began to revive in Europe and Japan, said he is participating in interviews with the chief medical officer of Toronto's health and legal department on the way "in the hands" of the campaign.
"The role of our public health is to educate people to carry out evidence-based information. We are responsible for correcting misconduct, and we will do it".
The city has the authority over the content of the ads it owns. However, it is not clear what they can do to have ads removed from private actions, Cressy said.
CBC Toronto has made efforts to reach Vaccine Choice Canada and is awaiting an answer.
Billboard Campaign The rise in Canadian hawthorns and higher vaccines is increasing.
Canada has now confirmed 14 cases of Elgorria in 2019 – 13 in British Columbia and Québec and Alberta authorities have given a healthy warning that an infected traveler has spent 19 hours in the Edmonton area, from Vancouver to Inuvik, N.W.T.
According to the World Health Organization, in 2016, 136,000 people died in mosquitoes and at the beginning of the 1960s the MMR vaccine prevents two or three million deaths every year. The UN agency listed a "vaccine vaccine" amongst 10 topical global healthcare professionals in 2019.
In his email, Kuntz said that the poster campaign is not related to current Canadian affairs.
"Billboard messages were funded by Canadian donations, who are allowed to accept medical licensing," he said. "This campaign has been in the planning phase for months and has nothing to do with the accumulated hysteria of BC."