A strong signal to governments and courts across Canada [court win]
Transparency and justification required.
Canadian Civil Liberties Association vs. Nova Scotia (Attorney General)
OTTAWA — Cara Zwibel, Cara Zwibel, Director of Fundamental Freedoms for the Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA), made the following remarks today:
We are very pleased with today’s decision from the Nova Scotia Court of Appeal.
Canadians’ right to freedom of expression and freedom of peaceful assembly should never be curtailed lightly.
Today, the Nova Scotia Court of Appeal agreed that the Government’s exceptionally broad injunction went too far. It subjected every single person in Nova Scotia to unreasonable restrictions on fundamental rights in the absence of evidence that this was necessary or proportional.
This should be a strong signal to governments and courts across Canada that the Charter cannot be ignored when responding to urgent public policy issues.
The decision also reminds governments and lower courts that transparency and justification are required any time there is infringement of our fundamental freedoms
Link to court case here
About the Canadian Civil Liberties Association
The CCLA is an independent, non-profit organization with supporters from across the country. Founded in 1964, the CCLA is a national human rights organization committed to defending the rights, dignity, safety, and freedoms of all people in Canada.
David Valentin – 514.913.5524
“In 2001, the Supreme Court of Canada reaffirmed something called judicial notice where a man taking the title of judge usurps the right of god and declares fact without evidence or proof. “ Dr. Daniel Nagase.
00:36 secs In 2019, Parliament removed the spread of false news from the criminal code just one year before the pandemic of 2020. Eighteen years before that in 2001, the Supreme Court of Canada reaffirmed something called ‘judicial notice’, where a man taking the title of judge usurps the right of god and declares fact without evidence or proof. The Supreme Court of Canada said that a judge, by declaring judicial notice, can dispense with the need for evidence so long as that non-scientist judge thinks something is clearly uncontroversial and beyond reasonable dispute.
Safe and effective
Judges are influenced by public opinion and mainstream media, so a judge would likely regard ‘safe and effective’ as beyond reasonable dispute when it comes to the vaccine, which is not a vaccine, it’s experimental m-RNA gene therapy technology.
Every court win and how the public responds to them, can increase potential for other judges to rule in favor of what is just and true. Let’s inform others, to upgrade the truth to ‘beyond reasonable dispute.’
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