The Law Reform Commission reviews Saskatchewan vaccination programs and makes three recommendations: create a compensation fund for vaccine-related injuries, expand vaccination education programs to increase informed consent, and add a statutory requirement to report adverse vaccine effects. The Commission considers but recommends against mandating vaccinations for public school children.
This Report suggests that consumer credit is on the rise in the province and will continue to grow. As a result, the complex law surrounding consumer credit should be reformed. Creditor education is key to reforming the laws to ensure full disclosure and fair treatment.