CAERSCanadian Adverse Events Reporting System
The CAERS system is available to be filled out by you or your healthcare practitioner — for yourself, your under 18 dependent, or a family member who has passed away as a result of the COVID-19 inoculation
What is CAERS?
An independent reporting system created by Canadians for Canadians
CAERS stands for Canadian Adverse Event Reporting System — a COVID-19 inoculation adverse event reporting system, separate from government and public health agencies.
We are determined to provide an accurate depiction of possible adverse events that individuals have experienced due to the COVID-19 inoculation program.
In addition to providing an alternative to Health Canada’s flawed reporting system, CAERS is seeking to facilitate treatment, legal actions, testimonies and independent data analysis across Canada.
We provide a safe place where your story will be heard and your experiences documented in a secure and confidential manner. If you have consented to further evaluation, you will be contacted by a member of our team.
Your story is valid and you are not alone.
Latest Adverse Event Stories
Craig from British Columbia
Craig was following all of the latest research at the time the first vaccines were available in April 2021. The media, as well as some scientific publications, were talking about “super-immunity”. They claimed that if you previously had C19 and then had only one shot...
John from Quebec
As a health care professional, John was mandated to receive the C19 inoculation. In April 2021, he decided that for the protection of his patients and to protect their access to him, he would take the inoculation. Sadly, despite the fact that all government officials...
Kara from Canada (now living in Mexico)
Kara received only one inoculation and has regretted her decision to do so ever since—she is still in the process of recovering from its adverse effects. She is scared for her family and many others, and carries that weight and sadness within herself every day. Kara...
Karen from British Columbia
Karen is a very fit business owner (dance teacher/fitness instructor), who felt she and her husband needed to be able to fly to New York without any interference. Her mother had just been admitted to the hospital there and they wanted to be able to visit her at a...
Josephine from Newfoundland
This healthy and active mother of three children experienced a large number of adverse reactions after receiving the C19 inoculation. Josephine does not feel that she was given informed consent at the time she received the inoculation—she was told she might have a...
Jo-Ann from Alberta
Jo-Ann had severe anaphylactic reactions to past vaccinations and was understandably apprehensive about receiving the mandated C19 inoculation. She applied for medical exemption, but despite her proof of past experiences, authorities insisted she was fit to get the...
CAERS data is not stored directly on our website server. Our database is facilitated by industry leading software which offers some of the highest security available.
All information is handled according to P.I.P.E.D.A – Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act, and all provincial and territorial privacy laws.
All healthcare professionals and associates have signed a non-disclosure agreement to further protect your information.