Kulvinder Kaur Gill Biography

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Marital Status: Married
Nationality: Canadian
Height: 5' 5''

Kulvinder Kaur Gill

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Height (approx.)5' 5" (165 cm)
Eye ColourBlack
Hair ColourBlack
Personal Life
College/University• University of Manitoba
• University of Western Ontario
Educational QualificationMedical and postgraduate training in paediatrics, allergy, and clinical immunology [1]Care Not Cuts [2]India Today
ControversyIn 2021, many lawsuits were filed against her with a total legal fee of around Rs 2 crores due to her tweets against COVID-19 lockdown and its alleged catastrophic effects. [3]The Economic Times
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Marital StatusMarried
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TwitterKulvinder Kaur MD

Kulvinder Kaur Gill

Some Lesser Known Facts About Kulvinder Kaur Gill

  • Kulvinder Kaur Gill is a specialist frontline physician based and practising in the Great Ontario Area, Canada.
  • She is an MD and Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of Canada (FRCPC).
  • She is the President and co-founder of Concerned Ontario Doctors.
  • Apart from being a doctor, she is also an advocate for healthcare availability, fundamental human rights, and freedom. [4]Care Not Cuts
  • She once worked as a spokesperson for the patients and frontline physicians of Ontario and Canada and represented their concerns at Queen’s Park, the House of Commons, and the Senate of Canada.
  • During her postgraduation, she researched on the development of the HIV-1 vaccine at the only Level 4 National Microbiology Laboratory of the Public Health Agency of Canada.
  • In 2020, during the global COVID-19 pandemic, she took a stand against the global lockdown and vaccination mandates. She became the first woman to openly talk about the harmful and irreversible effects of lockdown on Twitter (now X). [5]Hindustan Times In August 2020, she tweeted about about the need for vaccines, which read,

    If you have not yet figured out that we don’t need a vaccine, you are not paying attention. #FactsNotFear.” [6]The Economic Times

  • After many netizens complained about her tweets related to COVID-19 and the pandemic, the Ontario College of Physicians and Surgeons cautioned her as her tweets allegedly lacked evidence and were not accurate. Kulvinder said that the tweets came from a personal Twitter account, not from the one affiliated with her practice. [7]CBC
  • In August 2020, one of her tweets was taken down by Twitter.

  • In December 2021, she filed a lawsuit against 23 people and authorities including doctors, journalists, and news outlets, for allegedly defaming her; however, a judge dismissed her lawsuit under anti-SLAPP (Strategic Lawsuit Against Public Participation) law. [8]The Economic Times
  • On 22 March 2024, she posted a video on X through which she tried to seek help through her crowdfunding campaign. In the video, she said,

    My deadline is at the end of March. And it’s $300,000 that I don’t have after nearly four years of being entangled in multiple legal battles, trying to advocate for my patients, trying to advocate for Canadians and trying to advocate for myself. I never thought that this would be the cost of speaking the truth to the power of being compelled to speak my conscience.” [9]The Economic Times

  • In March 2023, she even tagged Elon Musk, owner and CTO of X (previously Twitter), in one of her posts on X and sought financial help from him.

  • After Elon Musk got to know about her crowdfunding campaign, he decided to help her by funding her campaign to cover her legal bills.