Canadian Wins of the Week – Lets see yours?

  • Canadian Wins of the Week – Lets see yours?

    Posted by Glow on February 19, 2024 at 11:28 am EST

    I saw this in another group and thought it was such a fantastic idea. With all the doom and gloom, government overreach, medical tirany going on I thought it would be nice to recognize some of the good things happening, rather than always focusing on the bad.

    Here are some Canadian wins of the week: credit goes to Vaccine Choice Canada

    Vincent Gircys, Eddie Cornell, and 18 other plaintiffs have launched legal action against Justin Trudeau, Chrystia Freeland, David Lametti, Dominic Leblanc, Bill Blair, Marco Mendicino, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, cabinet ministers, banks and credit unions and more than 28 others.

    The statement reads:

    The conduct of the Defendants toward each and every Plaintiff in these circumstances included several torts, breaches of fundamental rights and freedoms, and wanton disregard for the wellbeing of the individual Plaintiffs. The conduct was unlawful, reprehensible, was politically motivated and charged which included large-scale attempts to intimidate, denigrate, and otherwise disparage and discourage the Plaintiffs.

    The Plaintiffs were unlawfully targeted unconstitutionally and had their Charter rights violated without due process or procedure and suffered harm as a result. This is an exceptional case wherein the conduct of the Defendants, any or all of them, was malicious, high-handed, and reprehensible misconduct that offends the Court’s sense of decency and a substantial punitive damages award is warranted in these circumstances to dissuade such future conduct.

    Notice of Action:

    The main organizers of the Freedom Convoy have also launched a $2 million lawsuit against the federal government on the two-year anniversary of the Emergencies Act being invoked, claiming that Ottawa violated their Charter rights when invoking the act to end the peaceful protest.

    Tamara Lich stated:

    Our goal was, has always been, and will continue to be, holding our federal government agencies and our institutions accountable for breaching the Charter Rights & Freedoms of Canadian Citizens… We will continue our quest for justice and accountability and will exhaust every tool available in order to ensure such violations never occur against the Canadian people again.

    BC Nurse, Corinne Mori, who refused to take the COVID jab, has exposed that significant funds was given to the BC nurse’s union from the NDP government. She claims the NDP paid 850 Million To the BC Nurses Union with the goal to secure their support for vaccine mandates.

    CTV News, of all places, reports that Ontario Hospital staffing shortages could be due to COVID-19 vaccine mandates. Unions representing Ontario hospital workers continue to label the province’s staffing crisis at its breaking point. Some experts say continued COVID-19 vaccine mandates may inadvertently contribute to it. According to a report from the Financial Accountability Office of Ontario, Ontario will be short 33,000 nurses and PSWs by 2028 and must spend over $21 billion more to meet its expansion targets.

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