The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms announces that Chilliwack Board of School Trustees (the “Board”) has been sued for censoring and ultimately ending the public remarks of a Chilliwack grandmother at a public school board meeting on June 13, 2023.
On August 17, 2022, Shiloh Blue Keewatin was arrested in Regina with a sawed-off shotgun and ammunition for it. As a result of this arrest, Keewatin was charged with Pointing a firearm, s. 87 CC; Careless use of a firearm, s. 86(1) CC; Possession of a weapon for a purpose dangerous to … [Read More...]
Niagara Regional Police Service (NRPS) Constable Nathan Parker’s history of violent outbursts against citizens and fellow cops alike is well known. What’s less well understood is why this thug still carries a badge and a gun. He is a disaster waiting to explode and, if his long history of … [Read More...]
As you may already know, Christine Van Geyn, Litigation Coordinator for the Canadian Constitution Foundation (CCF), took the federal government to court over their use of the Emergencies Act to end the Trucker Protest in Ottawa earlier this year. While Justin Trudeau and his Liberal government … [Read More...]
Robin Dean Wuttunee’s criminal history is long and violent, so violent that he was deemed a dangerous offender by the courts, according to the RCMP. While many details are banned from publication by judicial orders, his repeated violation of Firearms Prohibition Orders prove, yet again, just how … [Read More...]
If you ever wondered why people who are triple-jabbed are catching COVID-19, spreading COVID-19 and getting sick from COVID-19, it's explained succinctly by the Government of Canada in "An Advisory Committee Statement (ACS) National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI), Updated Guidance On A … [Read More...]
On March 24, 2022, a Toronto Police Service (TPS) member’s negligent discharge of a firearm sent him to hospital with serious injuries. On March 31, 2022, a Peel Regional Police Service (PRPS) member’s negligent discharge sent that individual to hospital as well. Two negligent discharges by … [Read More...]
For the past two years, the Delta Hospice Society (DHS) found itself at the centre of the debate over true hospice palliative care versus euthanasia, aka Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD). On Saturday, April 2nd, the battle for control of the Delta Hospice Society ended with a vote of 75% in … [Read More...]