Ontario COVID-19 Science Advisory Table

The Ontario COVID-19 Science Advisory Table is self-described as “a group of scientific experts and health system leaders who evaluate and report on emerging evidence relevant to the COVID-19 pandemic, to inform Ontario’s response.” They claim to integrate information from “existing scientific tables, Ontario’s universities and agencies, and the best global evidence.”1)

Canadian news outlets and Ontario provincial, regional and municipal governments defer almost exclusively to the instructions and statements provided by the various working groups of the Table.2) The group is largely responsible for draconian and dangerous measures such as lockdowns, forced school and business closures, social distancing, mandatory mask-wearing, mass testing of the healthy, suppression of safe and effective medicines and healthy activities, and reckless mass-vaccination of adults and children.3) 4)

Canuck Law, an investigative blog written by Ronnie Lempert, contains a wealth of excellent research into the table, also summarized in The "Independent" Group Pulling Ford's Strings.5) 6)

The group works closely with the Ontario COVID-19 Bioethics Table.7)

Conflicts of Interest

There are many real, potential and perceived conflicts of interest present among members of the Table, and the Table as a whole.

Research

Members of the Table have received significant funding to study the effects of the restrictions they helped put in place.

For example, Linda Mah, the Co-Chair of the Mental Health Working Group, received money from the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-term Care to “support a research study to assess mental health outcomes in older adults during the COVID-19 pandemic,” focusing primarily on isolation measures.8) Similarly, Paula Rochon, Chair of the Congregate Care Setting Working Group, received funding to study the implementation of “family presence policies in Ontario long-term care homes” and “Understanding the burden and health system impact of loneliness and social isolation in older adults in Canada”.9) Pat Armstrong received similar funding.

Antimicrobial Resistance

A number of members of the table are strong proponents of antimicrobial resistance policies, which involve reducing and limiting the use of antibiotics.

Globalism

While the mandate of the Table is claimed to be providing guidance related to the COVID-19 health crisis, several of the members have close ties to supra-national organizations and global agenda policies that are not necessarily consistent with the preferences of the voting Canadian public.

This includes several direct affiliations with the World Health Organization, and advocacy for the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals in the case of Christopher Mushquash and Scott Weese.10) 11) 12) Additionally, Scott Weese and Isha Berry are advocates for the One Health concept of unified health between humans, animals and nature in the response to the COVID-19 pandemic.13) 14)

Controversy

Conflicting Advice on School Closures

The Toronto Sun reported that Science Table member David Fisman was retained by the Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario to provide an opposing opinion on school reopenings in a document dated September 2020. Fisman served on the science table at the same time. It’s a situation that one leading expert says is a potential conflict of interest and Ontario Premier Doug Ford’s office calls “deeply concerning.”

“Where a person receives payment for speaking on behalf of a special interest group, it would almost certainly be appropriate to declare this as a potential conflict of interest when working in roles that are even slightly related,” explained Dr. Euzebiusz Jamrozik, from the bioethics research centre at the University of Oxford, in an email to the Sun.15)

This conflicted affiliation is further concerning because the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan (with which the ETFO is surely associated) is a member organization of the World Economic Forum,16) and holds financial stakes in several companies that benefit financially from the maintaining of online learning and mandatory masking and vaccination policies.17) Those companies include Mastercard, BlackRock, Blackstone, 3M (who manufactures masks), Abbott, Johnson & Johnson, and many others.18)

Alleged Political Influence

In August 2021, Fisman resigned from the Science Table.19) The reason for his resignation was allegedly that the group was sitting on data that predicted “a grim Fall” for 2021, and that politics were influencing decision making as well as the way in which information was shared with the public.20)

Members

This is a developing list of all members associated with the Table, including those who are no longer listed on the official website. It is in the process of being converted in a table. Thank you for your patience.

Name Group Notes
Zainab Abdurrahman Drugs & Biologics Clinical Practice Guidelines Funded by Pfizer, Merck, Novartis, Sanofi and other pharmaceutical companies.
Samantha Akingbola Observer of the Modelling Consensus Table -
Upton Allen Co-Chair of the Table; Behavioural Science Working Group Funded by Roche, Pfizer, Merck, Abbott, and other pharmaceutical companies.
Vanessa Allen Member Medical Director of the Provincial COVID-19 Diagnostic Network for Ontario Health.21)
Nisha Andany Drugs & Biologics Clinical Practice Guidelines Working Group Funded by Janssen, GlaxoSmithKline and Gilead Sciences.22) 23) 24)
Pat Armstrong Congregate Care Setting Working Group Funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) to study families and COVID-19 in long-term care.25)
Trevor Arnason Behavioural Science Working Group (resigned) Associate Medical Officer of Health for Ottawa Public Health.26) Has appeared in promotional materials for COVID-19 vaccines.27) 28)
Sarah Baert Secretariat American College of Animal Welfare
Kali Barrett Secretariat University Health Network
Isha Berry Secretariat of the Modelling Consensus Table Dalla Lana School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins Centre for Health Security, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Martin Betts Drugs & Biologics Clinical Practice Guidelines Working Group Scarborough Health Network
Andrew Blackburn Observer of the Modelling Consensus Table Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care
Pavlos Bobos Secretariat St. Michael’s Hospital
Nicolas Bodmer Secretariat Cantonal Hospital St. Gallen
Isaac Bogoch Modelling Consensus Table University of Toronto, Toronto General Hospital, Harvard University
Karen Born Secretariat Choosing Wisely Canada
Peter Braunberger Mental Health Working Group Northern Ontario School of Medicine
Adalsteinn Brown Former Co-chair of the Table; Behavioural Science Working Group On the Board of Directors for Ontario Health,29) Dean of the Dalla Lana School of Public Health,30) and director of the Institute for Pandemics at the University of Toronto.31)
Kevin Antoine Brown Congregate Care Setting Working Group, Modelling Consensus Table Public Health Ontario
Judy Buchan Behavioural Science Working Group Director of Public Health Emergencies at the Region of Peel.
Sarah Buchan Modelling Consensus Table Dalla Lana School of Public Health, Public Health Ontario, Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences
Rachel Burns Behavioural Science Working Group Carleton University
Stephanie Carlin Drugs & Biologics Clinical Practice Guidelines Working Group Hamilton Health Sciences
Swetaprovo Chaudhuri Modelling Consensus Table (former) Institute for Aerospace Studies, University of Toronto, Princeton University, Indian Institute of Science
Victoria Chechulina Secretariat University of Toronto Global Ideas Institute
Chiachen Cheng Mental Health Working Group Northern Ontario School of Medicine, St. Joseph’s Care Group Thunder Bay, Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre
Yoojin Choi Secretariat University of British Columbia
William Ciccotelli Drugs & Biologics Clinical Practice Guidelines Working Group McMaster University, St. Mary’s General Hospital, Grand River General Hospital
Lauren Cipriano Modelling Consensus Table Ivey Business School, University of Western Ontario, World Health Organization, US Veterans Health Administration, US Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, the US Institute for Clinical and Economic Review, Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Heath
Kim Corace Behavioural Science Working Group The Royal, University of Ottawa, Carleton University, Canadian Psychological Association
Deborah Cook Member McMaster University, St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
Andrew Costa Congregate Care Setting Working Group McMaster University, St. Joseph's Health System, Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences (ICES)
Troy Day Modelling Consensus Table Queen's University
Laura Desveaux Member Trillium Health Partners, Women's College Hospital, University of Toronto, Women Who Lead, Institute for Better Health
David Dozois Mental Health Working Group University of Western Ontario, Mental Health Research Canada
Vinita Dubey Behavioural Science Working Group Member of NACI.32) Associate Medical Officer of Health for Toronto Public Health.33) Funded through several organizations by Pfizer, Moderna, Merck, GlaxoSmithKline, Sanofi, AstraZeneca, and others.
David Earn Member; Chair of the Modelling Consensus Table McMaster University
Gerald Evans Member and Behavioural Science Working Group Queen's University, Kingston Health Sciences Centre
Leandre Fabrigar Behavioural Science Working Group Queen's University
David Fisman Member (resigned) Paid by Pfizer and AstraZeneca to advise on COVID-19 related projects.34)
Patrick Feng Observer -
Erik Friesen Secretariat, Research Associate University of Toronto
Evgenia Gatov Observer of the Modelling Consensus Table (former) -
Jennifer Gibson Member University of Toronto, Sun Life Financial
Sudeep Gill Congregate Care Setting Working Group Queen's University, Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences (ICES)
Wayne Gold Drugs & Biologics Clinical Practice Guidelines Working Group -
Christopher Graham Drugs & Biologics Clinical Practice Guidelines Working Group Trillium Health Partners, University of Toronto
Anna Greenberg Member Health Quality Ontario, University of Toronto
Jeremy Grimshaw Behavioural Science Working Group Ottawa Hospital Research Institute, University of Ottawa
Helen Groves Drugs & Biologics Clinical Practice Guidelines Working Group Observer SickKids, University of Toronto
Anne Hayes Member, Behavioural Science Working Group, Modelling Consensus Table Evidence Synthesis Network, Ontario Ministries of Health and Long-Term Care
Andrew Healey Drugs & Biologics Clinical Practice Guidelines Working Group McMaster University
Michael Hillmer Member, Congregate Care Setting Working Group, Modelling Consensus Table Ontario Ministries of Health and Long-Term Care, University of Toronto
Kimia Honarmand Drugs & Biologics Clinical Practice Guidelines Working Group University of Western Ontario
Jessica Hopkins Member Funded by the World Health Organization and Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance35)
Julian House Behavioural Science Working Group Ontario Public Service, University of Toronto
Lianne Jeffs Drugs & Biologics Clinical Practice Guidelines Working Group University of Toronto
Aaron Jones Congregate Care Setting Working Group Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences (ICES)
Jennie Johnstone Congregate Care Setting Working Group University of Toronto
Peter Jüni Scientific Director (former), Drugs & Biologics Clinical Practice Guidelines Working Group, Modelling Consensus Table Funded by Abbott Vascular, Amgen, Appili Therapeutics, AstraZeneca, AVA Pharmaceuticals, Biosensors International, Biotronik, Eli Lilly, Fresenius, The Medicines Company and Terumo.36)
Melanie Kohn Mental Health Working Group University of Toronto
Adam Komorowski Drugs & Biologics Clinical Practice Guidelines Working Group Observer -
Fiona Kouyoumdjian Member Associate Chief Medical Officer of Health, Ontario Ministry of Health, Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences (ICES)
Carsten Krueger Drugs & Biologics Clinical Practice Guidelines Working Group Observer -
Paul Kurdyak Mental Health Working Group Ontario Health, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences (ICES), University of Toronto
Jeff Kwong Modelling Consensus Table Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences (ICES), Toronto Western Family Health Team, Sunnybrook Research Institute, Dalla Lana School of Public Health
Bradley Langford Drugs & Biologics Clinical Practice Guidelines Working Group Pharmacist consultant at Public Health Ontario, Hotel Dieu Shaver Health and Rehabilitation Centre
Audrey Laporte Member University of Toronto, Director of the Canadian Centre for Health Economics
John Lavis Member McMaster University
Gerald Lebovic Secretariat St. Michael’s Hospital, Unity Health Toronto, University of Toronto
Pamela Leece Congregate Care Setting Working Group Public Health Ontario, Women's College Hospital, Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto
Elizabeth Leung Drugs & Biologics Clinical Practice Guidelines Working Group St. Michael’s Hospital, Unity Health Toronto, Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute
Brian Lewis Member of the Modelling Consensus Table Ontario Ministry of Finance, Ontario Ministry of Labour, Wilfrid Laurier University, Brock University, University of Alberta
Xena Li Drugs & Biologics Clinical Practice Guidelines Working Group Observer -
Carson Lo Drugs & Biologics Clinical Practice Guidelines Working Group Observer -
Linda Mah Member and Co-Chair of the Mental Health Working Group Received funding to study the impact of COVID-19 and physical distancing measures on older adults' mental health, funded by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care Academic Health Science Centre (AHSC) Alternative Funding Plan (AFP) Innovation Fund.
Kamil Malikov Congregate Care Setting Working Group, Modelling Consensus Table Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care Toronto
Antonina Maltsev Secretariat and Project Manager Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto, North American Observatory on Health Systems and Policies, World Bank
Doug Manuel Member and Behavioural Science Working Group University of Ottawa, Ottawa Hospital Research Institute
Robert Maunder Mental Health Working Group Received $498,900.00 from the Government of Canada via Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) from a COVID-19 Research Fund “that will go towards setting up the COVID-19 Mathematical Modelling Rapid Response Task Force.“
Roisin McElroy Secretariat St. Joseph’s Health Centre, Unity Health Toronto, University of Toronto
Allison McGeer Member Funded by Sanofi, Merck, Pfizer, Moderna, GlaxoSmithKline, Seqirus, Medicago, Janssen, and AstraZeneca.37)
Kwame McKenzie Mental Health Working Group Consultant for the World Health Organization.
Dale McKeown Member Ontario Ministry of Health, Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto, Toronto Public Health
John McLaughlin Modelling Consensus Table Dalla Lana School of Public Health, Canadian Partnership for Tomorrow’s Health, Public Health Ontario, International Agency for Research on Cancer, Cancer Care Ontario, Ontario Institute for Cancer Research, Mount Sinai Hospital
Ali Merali Observer -
Kate Miller Drugs & Biologics Clinical Practice Guidelines Working Group McMaster University
Sharmistha Mishra Modelling Consensus Table Dalla Lana School of Public Health, St. Michael's Hospital, CanCOGen, World Health Organization
Justin Morgenstern Secretariat, Senior Research Associate University of Toronto, Markham Stouffville Hospital, First10EM, Emergency Medicine Cases, Skeptics Guide to Emergency Medicine
Andrew Morris Drugs & Biologics Clinical Practice Guidelines Working Group Chair of Society for Hospital Epidemiology of America, which received $50,000.00 from Pfizer.
Rhiannon Mosher Behavioural Science Working Group Ontario Public Service
Mila Motrich Observer of the Modelling Consensus Table (former) -
Samira Mubareka Member Sunnybrook Research Institute
Laveena Munshi Member University of Toronto, Critical Care Oncologic Investigative Network, Sinai Health System, University Health Network
Michelle Murti Behavioural Science Working Group University of Toronto, Associate Chief Medical Officer of Health at the Ontario Ministry of Health, Public Health Ontario, Fraser Health
Kumar Murty Former Co-Chair of the Modelling Consensus Table Received a $666,667.00 grant from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) for the purpose of creating “the COVID-19 Mathematical Modelling Rapid Response Task Force”. Received $3,000,000.00 from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) for COVID-19 and future pandemic preparedness.
Christopher Mushquash Mental Health Working Group Proponent of the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals.
Sarah Nayani Observer of the Modelling Consensus Table; former Secretariat of the MCT Fields Institute of Research in Mathematical Sciences, National Health Service, Public Health Ontario, Mount Sinai Hospital
Ullanda Niel Drugs & Biologics Clinical Practice Guidelines Working Group -
Caroline Nott Drugs & Biologics Clinical Practice Guidelines Working Group -
Braden O’Neill Mental Health Working Group -
Ayodele Odutayo Secretariat -
Shahla Oskooei Observer of the Modelling Consensus Table World Health Organization
Menaka Pai Co-Chair of the Drugs & Biologics Clinical Practice Guidelines Working Group Funded by Bayer, Novartis and Pfizer. Held shares in Medtronic.
Irene Papst Observer of the Modelling Consensus Table -
Samir Patel Member Public Health Ontario
Anna Perkhun Project and Research Assistant, Secretariat -
Bill Praamsma Member of the Modelling Consensus Table (former) Ontario Ministry of Finance, Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities
Justin Presseau Chair of the Behavioural Science Working Group Member of the Ontario Immunization Advisory Committee. Received funding from the Ottawa Hospital Foundation via the COVID-19 Emergency Research Seed Fund as a Primary Investigator on a study investigating face touching behaviour.
Sumit Raybardhan Drugs & Biologics Clinical Practice Guidelines Working Group North York General Hospital
Fahad Razak Scientific Director; Member (former) St. Michael's Hospital
Robert Reid Member Chief Scientist at Trillium Health Partners
Melody Ren Observer in the Drugs & Biologics Clinical Practice Guidelines Working Group -
Paul Ritvo Behavioural Science Working Group -
Joanne Roberti Secretariat St. Michael's Hospital
Paula Rochon Chair of the Congregate Care Setting Working Group, Modelling Consensus Table Vice-Chair of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Institute of Aging Advisory Board. Received an Innovation Grant from the Peter Munk Cardiac Center at the University Health Network, for a research project called “Analytic approaches to understanding Covid-19 infections and outcomes in the population”.
Laura Rosella Modelling Consensus Table Dalla Lana School of Public Health, Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences (ICES), Banting and Best Diabetes Centre, Trillium Health Partners, Vector Institute for Artificial Intelligence
Noel Rosen Drugs & Biologics Clinical Practice Guidelines Working Group Community family physician.
Beate Sander Member, Modelling Consensus Table (and former co-chair) Received funding from Roche, Sanofi, the World Health Organization, the Public Health Agency of Canada and others.
Rachel Savage Congregate Care Setting Working Group Women's College Hospital
Michael Schull Member Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences (ICES)
Brian Schwartz Co-Chair, Modelling Consensus Table Funded by Public Health Ontario, and the Public Health Agency of Canada. Former director of the Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre. Coauthors include Bonnie Henry and Eileen de Villa.
Premy Selvakumar Secretariat for the Behavioural Science Working Group, Administrative Assistant Public Health Ontario
Donna Seymour Secretariat for the Congregate Care Setting Working Group (former) Women's College Hospital
Rishi Shah Member of the Modelling Consensus Table (former) CanCOVID, Tidbit
Sparsh Shah Member of the Modelling Consensus Table (former) University of Toronto, Tidbit
Gilla Shapiro Behavioural Science Working Group University Health Network and World Health Organization
Kathryn H. Short Mental Health Working Group School Mental Health Ontario
Arjumand Siddiqi Member Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy, SickKids, World Health Organization, World Bank, and UNICEF.
Chris Simpson Member Queen's University
Shuruthi Sivadas Secretariat (former) McMaster University
Arthur Slutsky Member St. Michael's Hospital, Unity Health Toronto
Janet Smylie Member St. Michael's Hospital
Nathan Stall Secretariat and Assistant Scientific Director Sinai Health System, University Health Network, Women's College Research Institute, Women's College Hospital, University of Toronto
Robert Steiner Secretariat and Behavioural Science Working Group Employed by Boston Consulting Group, originator of the Public Health Agency of Canada, Pierre Elliot Trudeau Foundation, Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy, and Mentor for the Rhodes Trust at the University of Oxford.
Thomas Stewart Modelling Consensus Table (former) St. Joseph’s Health System, Niagara Health System, St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton, Haldimand War Memorial Hospital, Mount Sinai Hospital, University Health Network, University of Toronto, McMaster University
Gillian Strudwick Mental Health Working Group Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
Peter Tanuseputro Congregate Care Setting Working Group University of Ottawa
Cinthia Tao Secretariat for the Mental Health Working Group University of Toronto
Elaine Toombs Secretariat of the Mental Health Working Group Dilico Anishinabek Family Care
Kathy Torkos Secretariat of the Mental Health Working Group Public Health Ontario
Ashleigh Tuite Modelling Consensus Table Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Guelph
Liliana Volnikova Drugs & Biologics Clinical Practice Guidelines Working Group Revera
Anu Wadhwa Drugs & Biologics Clinical Practice Guidelines Working Group SickKids
Jennifer Walker Modelling Consensus Table (former) Six Nations of the Grand River, Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences (ICES), Laurentian University, Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto
Tania Watts Member University of Toronto
Ashini Weerasinghe Secretariat of the Behavioural Science Working Group Public Health Ontario
Scott Weese Member Funded by Merck, Zoetis (a Pfizer company), Vetoquinol, and Mars Incorporated, including for COVID-19 related talks.
Xiaolin Wei Modelling Consensus Table Dalla Lana School of Public Health, International Union Against TB and Lung Disease
Sarah Wilson Member National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI), Public Health Ontario, Institute of Clinical Evaluative Sciences (ICES), Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto
Jianhong Wu Modelling Consensus Table York University
Peter Wu Drugs & Biologics Clinical Practice Guidelines Working Group University Health Network, Sinai Health System
Diana Yan Secretariat University of Toronto
Nancy Young Mental Health CHEO Research Institute, SickKids, Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences
Emre Yurga Modelling Consensus Table Ontario Ministries of Health and Long-Term Care
Alice Zhabokritsky Observer for the Drugs & Biologics Clinical Practice Guidelines Working Group -
Lynn Zhu Secretariat for the Mental Health Working Group Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences
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