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Let us never consider ourselves finished nurses. We must be learning all our lives.


As proud advocates of medical freedom, our mission is to unite nurses, educate the public and bring ethics back into healthcare.


To restore our freedoms and rights as Canadian citizens and reinstate the four ethical principles of autonomy, beneficence, nonmaleficence, and justice within nursing. We envision a future with a bigger focus on preventative care, more natural healing and the well-being of a person as a whole.


Registered Nurse, BScN, RHN Ontario, Canada

Nurse Kristen has been a nurse for 14 years, primarily in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, with previous experience in Pediatrics.

When Kristen’s first son was born she realized the importance food would have in creating the foundation for his growth and development and enrolled at the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition.


As a Holistic Nutritionist, Kristen is able to understand both conventional medicine as well as a more holistic approach that incorporates the mind, body and spirit to uncover the root cause of illness. It was through this education that Kristen was able to have a deeper understanding of true health and well-being and the immune system. This led to further research into iatrogenic disease, vaccines and pharmaceutical propaganda. Kristen is a member of Vaccine Choice Canada and believes in medical transparency and informed consent, which is currently lacking in the health care system.


Kristen has witnessed unethical measures as a Neonatal nurse which has empowered her to speak up and advocate for the babies that do not yet have a voice. Her first speaking debut was at her local city hall just weeks ago regarding masks on school children.  This led her to speaking at other Freedom rallies, eventually organizing her own successful freedom march in her hometown.


Kristen is passionate about children's health and empowering families to trust their bodies and immune systems, to support and not suppress symptoms and to live a more natural life in harmony with the Earth with full body sovereignty.


Registered Practical Nurse, RPN
Ontario, Canada

Sarah Choujounian has been a nurse since 2004 & has been working in a nursing home for the greater part of her career. In 2017, she was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia which was the catalyst for her life changing actions.Through natural healing, she was able to get completely clean, lost 60lbs & healed herself from most of her fibromyalgia. Her transformation was so incredible that she decided to give back & became a facilitator to survivors herself. She is known to be the voice of the voiceless & she intends to keep it that way. 


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 now the co-founder of Canadian Frontline Nurses, an organisation aimed at uniting nurses, educating the public & bringing the ethics back into healthcare. 


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.


 As a nurse who worked in long-term care, Sarah has a soft spot for the elderly in her heart. Therefore she is also the leader of the Stand4Seniors initiative aiming at restoring our seniors human rights & freedom & also improving their lives by creating senior pods in the community for the people independent of government bodies.

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 Registered Nurse, BScN,
PHCNP Education & Experience
Ontario, Canada

Kristal has been practising 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.

Being both an advanced practice nurse and Christian, Kristal is dedicated to a holistic approach to health promotion and illness prevention that incorporates the entire person…body, soul (mind, will, emotions), and spirit into care. She asserts that true healing is focused on identifying the root causes of illness rather than symptom management. “A cheerful heart is good medicine, but a crushed spirit dries up the bones.” ~ Proverbs 17:22 ~

Kristal is passionately committed to ending the injustice of abortion, the leading cause of death in the world. She is a powerful voice for the voiceless, promoting respect for all unborn children and protecting the sanctity of life from conception to natural death. “Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves, ensure justice for those being crushed.” ~ Proverbs 31:8 ~

Kristal is a truth seeker and speaker who is dedicated to lifelong learning. She adheres to moral and ethical codes that are unshakable. Kristal has extensively researched many topics including immunizations in pursuit of truth and evidence-based information. She is a member of Vaccine Choice Canada. Kristal is extremely passionate about bodily autonomy, informed consent, medical transparency, the protection of God given inalienable rights and freedoms, advocating for others, standing strong for all that is noble, and opposing and exposing deceit, corruption, and evil. Kristal is a deeply compassionate person and professional who demonstrates integrity and sound critical thinking skills. When harmful measures lacking medical and scientific evidence were implemented in response to Covid, Kristal embraced the role of whistleblower when she boldly and courageously spoke truth to protect the health and safety of humanity, despite the risk of reprisal.
“Be strong and courageous. Don’t be fearful or discouraged, because the Lord your God is with you wherever you go.” ~ Joshua 1:9 ~

“For there is nothing hidden that will not be disclosed, and nothing concealed that will not be made known and brought to light.” ~ Luke 8:17 ~

“Silence in the face of evil is itself evil. God will not hold us guiltless. Not to speak is to speak. Not to act is to act.” ~ Dietrich Bonhoeffer ~


Registered Nurse, Integrative Health Coach Quebec, Canada

Nordia German,  registered nurse and Integrative Health Coach from Montreal, Quebec who has been practicing nursing for 4 years. She is on the Bord of integrative medicine, member of vaccine choice Canada and member of Canada Health Alliance. She has a huge passion for holistic health and functional medicine and is continuously leaning everyday. She was questioned by her college in September 2020 for posting on her private social media page, informing the public on a variety of health topics and having a say on the governments actions surrounding the lockdowns. She is honoured to be a part of this health revolution, help create a new a framework, stand by those with sound ethical practices, and bring back real health care. She is on a mission to empower as many people to take ownership of their health as she did. Nordia once suffered from a few chronic conditions, gave her body the right nutrients, and is no longer a prisoner of  these so called dis-ease. Informed self care is what she promotes, as she knows we all have the power to heal.

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Registered Nurse, Quebec, Canada

    Jessica graduated from the nursing program in May 2020 and has been working in the hospital since August 2020. Before that, she was an animal health technician for 6 years where she worked in a veterinary hospital and in a medical research lab. She decided she wanted more out of life; a career where her voice can be heard and a place where she could truly make a difference – so she embarked into nursing. Throughout her 3 years of nursing school, she felt empowered. It was a feeling she'd never felt before. She told herself that she was going to be that nurse that went above and beyond for her patients; she was going to give them every minute of her time to make sure they felt heard, safe, and supported. However, she quickly realized that our healthcare system was not made for that. The thing that stuck out to her the most working in the hospital this past year, was the lack of ethics and compassion. She knew that sharing her concerns and point of view would potentially get her into trouble, so she stayed silent until she joined Canadian Frontline Nurses. She was able to find her voice again, regain the passion she had for nursing that she thought was lost and most importantly, she was finally able to be the nurse she always dreamt of becoming.



Registered Nurse, BScN
New Brunswick, Canada

Nurse Cindy has been nursing for over 30 years. She started her long career as a Resident Care Worker before going back to school in 2007 to become a Registered Nurse. After graduation in 2011 she worked in Acute Surgical Care and ICU step down unit before returning to her passion and calling to geriatrics. There she would stay and started may changes within these facilities. She became a Charge Nurse, and this led to her accepting another facility calling out to her to help start-up a Nursing Wing in a community care facility. She trained all new staff to this floor and was respected by all as knowledgeable, approachable, organized, and a team player. She always told her staff that she didn’t believe in a hierarchy system as they were all equal and team focused, just with different skills. When the pandemic took place, she continually advocated for her staff and residents for their rights and freedoms. She challenged every aspect of the lookdown for her residents, their families, and employees until she left her position and moved to New Brunswick. She was asked to become a Director of Nursing at a facility that she declined due to what they were mandating against the residents and employees. In New Brunswick she publicly started advocating for all citizens for the illegal actions by the government. As she became more outspoken, she was asked to go to many cities to speak, which she always did. She exposed what was happening to residents, patients, and staff as she knew that nurses where under a gag order. She risked it all! She advocated for informed consent, medical transparency, choice, coercion just to name a few. Her goal has always been to empower people with providing them much needed information.

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