True North’s Leo Knight says Skelly stood up against tyranny and that he deserves the support of all Canadians.
The fines will not apply to anyone who is under the age of 12 or has a medical exemption from mask-wearing.
Video footage from early Thursday afternoon shows Skelly in handcuffs as he is escorted to a police vehicle.
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“He’s snubbing his nose at the system,” said Tory.
Anthony Furey says the facts need to be considered in public discourse and when enforcing additional lockdown measures.
The guidelines suggest alternative ways to celebrate the holidays, such as taking photos with Santa and Mrs. Clause outdoors while staying two meters apart or participating in virtual events.
“If we are behind the pack and we are not going to be getting vaccines for months, sustained economic lockdowns can’t be the solution.” she said.
Although the owner of Adamson Barbecue Adam Skelly received a lot of support from Canadians, a few journalists expressed their unhappiness with his business re-opening.
Despite a heavy police presence at the restaurant, no one was fined and Adamson sold out of food by around noon.