Disciplinary hearing continues for anti vaccine teacher
A disciplinary hearing will continue today in Toronto for a Hamilton area high-school science teacher accused of telling his students they could die if they got vaccinated.
The hearing was told yesterday teacher Timothy Sullivan had a history of espousing anti-vaccine theories.
A public health nurse who went to the school in Waterford to administer vaccines two years ago told the Ontario College of Teachers that she felt threatened by Sullivan, who confronted her repeatedly that day accusing her of withholding information from students about the shots they were receiving.
Set to testify in his own defence, Sullivan says his issue is with informed consent rather than vaccines themselves.
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