Am I the only one who thinks this kid forgot his lines?
Trudeau: "More PPC? Okay, why is that? Why are you PPC?" Student: "I think they're mostly Christian. I'm against the vaccine mandate."
Trudeau: "Okay, so mostly Christian? So you don't think we should be supporting muslims?"
Trudeau: "You're pro-choice? No, you're not pro-choice." Student: "No, I'm pro-what's it? uh....... pro-life"
Yes, they could put red crosses all over, but for some enemies this means nothing, just makes them a more desirable target. I guess they're allowed to engage if their patients or their own lives are in danger, but not engage in combat. It would make sense for them to stay out of the fight because they're the ones who have to deal with everyone else getting wounded.
Since you know what a combat medic is, then you can google the term to see for yourself that they do carry weapons.
Here's an example (from the US military):
"Corpsmen and medics with combat troops carry a double burden. They do everything that Army soldiers and Marines do – although officially noncombatants, they are authorized to carry weapons to protect themselves and their patients – until a soldier or Marine gets hurt, and then they have to become lifesavers, sometimes under fire." https://www.ocregister.com/2006/08/04/medics-carry-a-double-burden/
Another article states he was a dual citizen. From what I understand Ukraine requires people who become citizens to renounce their previous citizenship within two years. He may have become a citizen in order to serve in the military so therefore would eventually have renounced his Canadian citizenship.
Not sure that he's being misrepresented as a medic. You're basing this on the fact his holding a gun in some pictures?
"St. Bernard is the latest in a series of suspicious fires and arsons that have damaged and destroyed churches across Alberta in recent years."