Anti-lockdown politicians warn of pandemic measures’ threat to civil liberties

A group of anti-lockdown federal and provincial politicians says Canadians are being victimized more by government’s mismanagement of the pandemic than by COVID-19 itself.

The Public Health Army

Today, politics and fear are the driving force continuing the most extreme and severe restrictions on freedoms and individual liberties in Canadian history. The question is, are all these based on science, and, can we trust the politicians in this country to ever let things return to normal? For the first time in history, Canadians are being conditioned to believe …
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Gerald Butts celebrates after Erin O’Toole reveals carbon tax plan

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s former top advisor Gerald Butts took to Twitter on Thursday to celebrate Conservative Party Leader Erin O’Toole’s newly unveiled carbon tax plan.  In response to the plan, Butts congratulated the party for taking action by embracing a carbon tax. “Conventional wisdom used to be you couldn’t get elected in [Canada] on […]

Hearing in Manitoba lockdown action delayed by two weeks

WINNIPEG: The Justice Centre informs interested parties and observers that the Manitoba lockdown challenge has been adjourned for two weeks. It was originally scheduled for an eight-day hearing beginning April 19, 2021, however, the court has granted a brief adjournment to permit reply evidence to some of the Applicants’ expert materials. The Justice Centre has filed expert reports authored by …
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