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There is also a counter page: https://www.facebook.com/babylossparentsinsupportofnoharmm?ref=ts  
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I don't know what province your in but you can call and tell them to take your names off the list.  I'm in AB.  My second son was never on the list at the health clinic because he was Born UC.  My older son was because he is partially vaxed and we got calls for a while until I told them to take his name off the list. 
Hep A isn't on the Canadian Vaccination Schedules at all.  It's one some people will get if they go to Mexico or wherever but not regularly given.  Is it more prevalent in the US or something?  I don't think most of Europe has it on their childhood schedules either along with the CP vax.  
I think it would actually be safer to not vaccinate if more people didn't.  Then some of these diseases kids are supposed to get in childhood wouldn't be so rare.  They would get them at an appropriate time and not later as adult when there could be more complications. 
If you look at the link I provided, to the most recent vaccination schedule for BC, you will see that they start with the Hep B vax at 2 months, which is why I said "the newborn period", and not "at birth".  In AB and a few other provinces they only start Hep B at grade 4 or 5.  Your right though they don't do it in hospital at birth like in the states.   To find out what specific brands of vaccines that are give in your area you'll have to find out from whom ever...
Even province to province vaccine schedules and brands of vaccines used differ.   I ended up looking at the diseases and finding out what the real risks of the illnesses are.  I didn't end up researching the specifics of every brand of every vaccine given. Only 3 provinces NB ON and MB have vaccine mandates for school.  That just means you have to sign a vaccine...
The Norm UK website is great.   http://www.norm-uk.org/   Particularly these pages : http://www.norm-uk.org/phimosis_clinical_guidelines.html http://www.norm-uk.org/circumcision_alternative_treatments.html  
The Norm UK website is great for intact men who my be having problems and are thinking about circumcision.    http://www.norm-uk.org/   Particularly these pages : http://www.norm-uk.org/phimosis_clinical_guidelines.html http://www.norm-uk.org/circumcision_alternative_treatments.html
Is it maybe this one? http://bellybelly.com.au/baby/question-vaccinations
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