Annette Lewis, a 56-year-old terminally ill woman in Alberta who has idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis that is affecting both of her lungs has been told that she will be refused a double lung transplant unless she gets vaccinated with the Covid-19 vaccine.
The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms (JCCF), has indicated that they will be taking the government of Ontario to court for their decision to implement a vaccine passport in the province of Ontario.
JCCF has announced that four more Public Health Act tickets issued to western Canadians “for the exercise of their Charter rights have been dropped by Crown prosecutors.”
On Tuesday, May 25, 2021, Canada’s politicians voted in favour of the adoption of bill C-15 – a bill that will see Canada adopt the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP). The bill is now going to the Senate for consideration and passage.
The statement is a harrowing one for all Canadians, it says that “the Court granted the Government’s request that Pastor Coates not be permitted to challenge the constitutional validity of Dr. Deena Hinshaw’s orders at the trial.
The government will not be required to produce scientific evidence in support of Dr. Hinshaw’s orders.”
n what is great news for Canadians everywhere – Crown prosecutors have now agreed that Pastor Coates can be released without conditions and that they will withdraw all but one of the Public Health Act charges against the pastor. Prosecutors also agreed to withdraw the criminal charge in connection with the condition imposed by the RCMP on February 7th – and instead have charged Pastor Coates $100 for breaching the condition. Pastor Coates has agreed to pay but the single charge remaining has not been withdrawn.
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.
The mainstream media has been complicit in aiding the government’s draconian trampling of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. They don’t give coverage to the other perspective nearly enough and when they do it’s usually riddled with the narrator’s bias (in my opinion).
Instead, the media seems to obsess with small Churches like Trinity Bible Chapel, constantly vilifying them without evidence of them ever causing harm to others – based purely on speculation and assumptions.