The Justice Centre has filed a constitutional challenge in the Saskatoon Court of Queen’s Bench on behalf of two individuals who were fined while attending a peaceful outdoor protest that exceeded Saskatchewan’s 10-person outdoor gathering limit.
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Release jailed pastor and end religious persecution! JCCF asks Alberta Premier Kenney
JFFC has asked Alberta Premier Jason Kenney to release James Coates and rescind the health orders of the Chief Medical Officer.
Coates has been jailed for exercising his Charter freedoms of conscience, religion, association and peaceful assembly.
AUDIO: Tillsonburg Pastor talks on why he will continue to hold services regardless of restrictions
Tillsonburg Pastor of Faith Presbyterian Church, Steve Richardson says he will continue to hold services regardless of government restrictions and fines. He talked with Diverge Media Tuesday regarding the state of church in the western world and says that the government is deciding what’s right and not right — regardless that schools and churches have the same safety and risk factors.
FORCED ISOLATION: CPC MP writes Trudeau: “Your government is overstepping its bounds…”
Jeremy Patzer wrote to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Jan. 29 regarding forced isolation in “mandatory quarantine hotels…
Excerpt from letter to Prime Minister Trudeau:
“Respectfully sir, I believe your government is overstepping its bounds and setting a dangerous precedent. No Canadian should ever be prevented from entering their own home. That type of control is not indicative of a free and democratic society. As such, I strongly advise against mandating hotel quarantines for returning Canadians.”
Police have a duty to protect Charter of Rights – Police Services Act
What should be clear to all police officers is that they have a duty to uphold the oath they took when making the determination to become a police officer – it’s in their oath and the Police Services Act.
$35K in Damages awarded to Six-Year-Old Black Girl Handcuffed by Peel Police at School – Human Right’s Tribunal
The six-year-old black child that was handcuffed and led to the police car of a Peel region officer has won 35,000 dollars in a Human Rights Tribunal ruling.
The decision comes approximately one year after the Tribunal ruled that two Peel police officers’ actions against the six-year-old constituted a “very serious” breach of the child’s human rights.
Your rights under the Re-opening Ontario Act
The Re-opening Ontario Act and others like it throughout the country have given Canadians the ostensible view that their rights are on hold – that the emergency powers supersede their rights. This couldn’t be further from the truth – but we understand how the draconian actions that we’ve been beholden to would cause you to question the aforementioned statement.
Mask exemptions – what you need to know
There are many reasons to not wear a mask as detailed by the Ontario Human Rights Code. Many of these are not visible.
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