VRAN – Vaccination Risk Awareness Network is a not-for-profit society now operated by Vaccine Choice (Canada), a federally registered not-for-profit corporation.

Our website is designed to provide you with more information about risks and potential side-effects of vaccines, to get support if you or someone you know may have suffered adverse reactions from vaccines, and to foster a multi-disciplinary approach to child and family health.

The Purpose Of Our Organization

In response to growing parental concern regarding the safety of current vaccination programs in use in Canada, Vaccine Choice (Canada) through the VRAN website serves as a public information and resource group…. more »

Policy Statement On Vaccinations

Vaccine Choice (Canada) recognizes that vaccines are not without risk and supports the right of each individual to adequate disclosure prior to providing consent. It is recognized that informed patients, and their parents or guardians, will make the best healthcare decisions. In order to provide truly informed consent, individuals must be apprised of potential risks, benefits and alternatives to vaccination…. more »

Who We Are And What We Do

Vaccine Choice (Canada) is a federally registered not-for-profit society that operates the VRAN website . Formed in response to growing parental concern regarding the safety of current vaccination programs in Canada…. more »


Vaccine Choice (Canada) through the VRAN website continues the work of the Committee Against Compulsory Vaccination, started by Ontario parents in 1982 in protest of the Immunization of School Pupils Act…. more »

Privacy Policy

Vaccine Choice (Canada) does not collect any personal data on any visitor unless specifically disclosed by the visitor (i.e. in the membership-application). Subscribers to our Free News Bulletin who voluntarily submit their contact information to our list server are assured that their contact information is not disclosed to any third parties.


The contents of this website are for informational purposes only. Opinions expressed should not be construed as medical advice…. more »