OTTAWA – If only Ottawa native Alanis Morissette could update and re-record her 1996 hit “Ironic.” There’s a good chance Ottawa government lawyer Gabriel Poliquin did receive some good advice that he just couldn’t take, regarding the AstraZeneca viral vector DNA injections. But as Ms. Morissette said:
“Well, life has a funny way of sneaking up on you,
When you think everything’s okay and everything’s going right.”
Mr. Poliquin earned his Ph.D in linguistics from Harvard in 2006. He received his law degree from the University of Ottawa in 2010, according to his LinkedIn page. Mr. Poliquin teaches law classes at his alma mater. He’s also a lawyer with Olthius van Ert, a commercial and public law firm with offices in Vancouver and Ottawa. He’s been with the firm since June 2021.
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We wrote about Mrs. Natalie Jarrett in February. The Ontario mother-of-three received a Pfizer mRNA injection in June 2021. She thought it was the right thing to do because of nonstop coercion from media, government and social circles. Mrs. Jarrett didn’t get a second injection after developing two blood clots and autoimmune issues from the first shot. That meant no vaccine passport and being ostracized from society.