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Mak Parhar Biography – Mak Parhar Wiki

Mak Parhar was a British Columbia COVID-19 denier and conspiracy theorist, who gained online notoriety in both the Flat Earth conspiracy community and the anti-mask movement. He was one of the most outspoken voices in the anti-mask and anti-vaccine movement in British Columbia.

He was in the midst of a trial on three charges of violating Canada’s Quarantine Act for refusing to self-isolate after returning to British Columbia from a flat earth conference held in Geenville, South Carolina on Oct. 24, 2020. He was scheduled to appear in court in late October 2021 but the dates were postponed. The Public Prosecution Service of Canada said Parhar informed the court he was too sick to start the trial.

In March 2020, the City of Delta revoked the business licence for Parhar’s hot yoga studio, after he encouraged people to attend and falsely claimed the heat would kill the coronavirus, while encouraging students to show up for class despite public health orders at the time restricting gatherings.

In April 2021, the B.C. Supreme Court threw out a lawsuit he filed against the province claiming trespass, malfeasance, extortion, terrorism, kidnapping and fraud by the government on the part of government officials. The lawsuit was thrown out of court for being “patently absurd and nonsensical.”

Mak Parhar Age

Mak Parhar passed away on November 4, 2021, in New Westminster. He was 48 years old.

Mak Parhar Death

COVID-19 denier and conspiracy theorist Mak Parhar died at his home in New Westminster on Thursday, November 4, 2021, at the age of 48. New Westminster police confirmed they were called to help paramedics at a home in the Sapperton neighbourhood Thursday morning, but arrived to find Parkhar deceased.

In a late October livestreamed video on Twitch, Parhar said was feeling ill with a variety of symptoms, including fatigue, chills and a cough, which he said was “not CONVID (sic) because CONVID (sic) doesn’t exist.”

In a Nov. 3 video, Parhar said he was feeling somewhat better and had recently taken Ivermectin, an anti-parasite drug widely touted in the anti-vaccine community, but which Canadian and U.S. health officials have warned against using.

Mak Parhar Cause of Death

The cause of death has not been determined and will be investigated by the BC Coroners Service.

Mak Parhar Wife

Little is known about Mak Parhar’s wife.

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