“I want to be violent” Lamont Daigle — Civil liberties group, The Line Canada

I support the general essence of the movement — If supporting the movement means liberty, rights and freedoms, upholding the Charter, and unifying behind those that fight for the Charter — then yes I support the Line’s movement. However, upon a recent interview with Lamont Daigle, I was left uneasy about whom was acting as the ambassador for the civil liberties group.

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“We’re going to take the streets,” says Lamont Daigle of The Line Canada | Dundas Sqaure protest in Toronto

“We understand that The Charter of Rights and Freedoms — section 2C says that we are legally allowed to peacefully protest with no problems.” — Lamont Daigle

Pastor Henry Hildebrandt’s speech at Dundas Square in Toronto on Sept., 26, 2020

Pastor Henry Hildebrandt from The Church of God in Aylmer, Ont., was one of speakers at The Line Ontario’s protest in Toronto at Dundas Square today.

Pastor Hildebrandt has been a key person standing up for Canadian’s religious freedoms as per the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

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We have rights – time to exercise them

Staley: “So if I’m understanding this correctly, everything they’re telling us is “mandatory” and “law” is still subject to the Canadian Bill of Rights, the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms?”