Saskatchewan Realtor Under Threat for Questioning Theresa Tam’s Gender
More cancel culture, with termination likely soon to follow. Why must the expression of a controversial opinion mean that some bigots want the mans job? Whatever happened to freedom of thought and expression.
Protesters have been gathering at Queen’s Park in Toronto in front of the legislature for well over a year, and the protest on Saturday, May 15, was the largest showing since the demonstrations began in 2020.
Thousands, maybe even as many as 50,000, took to the park and streets to rally against the continuing lockdowns in Ontario. Neither the demonstrators, nor the residents in Toronto seem to be adhering to the recently-extended ‘Stay-at-Home’ order issued by Premier Doug Ford, as protesters gathered over the weekend for all types of events.
Whether it was pro-Palestine, pro-Israel or anti-lockdown demonstrations, no tickets appeared to be given in Toronto over the weekend for violating the government order. Simply looking around, the average person wasn’t adhering to the ‘rules’ either.
On May 16, 2021 Prime Minister Justin Trudeau (when talking about Israel/Palestine protests) mentioned that all have the right to protest; something that provincial orders have contradicted for many months: https://platform.twitter.com/embed/Tweet.html?dnt=false&embedId=twitter-widget-
However, Canadian politicians have recently been chiming in on pro-freedom demonstrations, with Calgary’s Mayor Nenshi claiming they are “thinly veiled” in “white supremacy.” https://cdn.embedly.com/widgets
NDP leader Jagmeet Singh also believes this is part of “extreme right-wing ideology,” connecting such viewpoints due to protesters “brazenly not follow[ing] public-health guidelines,” as he recently told reporters.
The overwhelming response from protesters was that this is likely an attempt to divide while diminishing the true meaning behind the protest.
None of the demonstrators interviewed mentioned they had ever heard any race-related discussions at the events, nor did they believe that to be the thesis of anyone or anything they experienced since attending the get-togethers.
RAW: Maxime Bernier gives powerful speech at Worldwide Freedom Rally in Toronto
By Rebel News
May 18, 2021
The Toronto Fake News media all but ignored a huge freedom rally at Queen’s Park, Saturday, May 15, featuring People’s Party of Canada leader Maxime Bernier. Here is The Rebel’s report. — Paul Fromm
News was downtown Toronto again this past weekend to cover the weekly Freedom Rally.
The crowd seems to be getting bigger and bigger every weekend with thousands of people filling the streets. This past weekend, as part of the Worldwide Freedom Rally, People’s Party of Canada leader Maxime Bernier joined Torontonians and delivered a powerful speech discussing the rights of Canadians. https://www.rebelnews.com/raw_footage_maxime_bernier_speaks_at_weekly_toronto_freedom_rally
Maxime talked about how “freedom is nothing less than the basics of our civilization.” He went on to talk about the destruction that lockdowns have caused on our children and what this means for our society.
Bernier’s speech ended on a hopeful note, concluding that “in the end, freedom will win!”
We have 4 Guest Speakers coming to the Penticton Rally this Sunday! David Lindsay, Ted Kuntz, Beatrice Weir, and Priscille Belisle will be sharing their knowledge and expertise and experiences with you, so tell all your friends and make sure you come to hear what they will have to say! Penticton, your Freedom Fighting days have just begun. See you there!
Sunday, May 23, 2021 Noon – 2:00 PM Weekly Rally in front of Cherry Lane Mall.
Then join us at 3 – 4:30 pm in Gyro Park in Penticton to enjoy music and speakers, and a march along the lakeshore to spread the word.
We excited to see you there, CLEAR (Common Law Education And Rights)
Calgary Pastor Tim Stephens has been arrested, after months of encouraging church congregants to break public health rules.
Police said Stephens was arrested for organizing a church service on Sunday at Fairview Baptist Church in southeast Calgary, in violation of a Court of Queen’s Bench Order that requires organizers of events to comply with public health restrictions.
Stephens was proactively served a copy of the court order, which was obtained by Alberta Health Services, last week.
“The pastor acknowledged the injunction, but chose to move forward with today’s service, ignoring requirements for social distancing, mask wearing and reduced capacity limits for attendees,” police said in an emailed release. …
“We continue to ask those who may be considering organizing or participating in any outdoor events to ensure they are familiar with public health order requirements and to do their part to prevent further spread of the virus,” police said.
The church leader has previously been fined and ticketed for defying public health regulations by holding over-capacity gatherings and not enforcing mask use.
Churches are currently limited to a maximum occupancy of 15 people, in order to slow the spread of COVID-19 in Alberta. The province has the highest active case rate in the country, with more than 22,000 active cases.
“Restricting the church to 15 people — which essentially restricts the church from gathering — is against the will of Christ and against the conscience of many who desire to worship the Lord of glory according to his word,” Stephens wrote in a blog post following the updated restrictions earlier this month, added that he planned to continue to not follow safety precautions. …
Stephens said in the blog post that his church has seen no coronavirus transmission. CBC News has reached out to AHS to ask if any cases have been tied to the church.
A January inspection by Alberta Health Services at the church found only two of approximately 75 attendees were wearing masks, the pastor and church staff were unmasked and rows in the auditorium were full, with people sitting side-by-side in rows less than two metres apart.
The inspection also found that there was no cleaning or disinfecting of high-touch surfaces between services.
Alberta has seen increased enforcement against COVID-19 rule-breakers this month, after bringing in a new protocol to allow for a more coordinated response between police and health agencies for targeting those repeatedly not complying with health orders.
The War Against Christians & Dissidents Intensifies in Kim Jong Kenny’s Police State: Calgary Mayoralty Candidate Kevin J. Johnston Arrested for Attending END THE LOCKDOWN PROTEST
Police arrest Calgary mayoral candidate Kevin J. Johnston for attending illegal gathering
(Calgary Herald, May 15, 2021)
Police said in a news release Saturday evening officers arrested Johnston for attending an illegal public gathering against a provincial health order issued earlier this month. …
The illegal gathering took place Saturday morning, police said, though the service did not release details on the nature of the gathering and could not be immediately reached by Postmedia on Saturday evening.
On Friday, an Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench judge granted AHS the restraining order against Johnston, prohibiting him from a wide array of activities, including recording AHS officials, being within 100 metres of any AHS public health officer and uttering any threats against AHS employees.
The arrest Saturday was not under the recently granted restraining order, however. Johnston was arrested under a separate Court of Queen’s Bench Order obtained by Alberta Health Services on May 6, which applies to gatherings held in contravention of the public health orders.
Welcome to North Korea in Western Canada: Calgary judge refuses to overturn anti-free speech restraining order
[If you’ve never been to North Korea, just jump on plane to Edmonton or Calgary and experience life in Kim Jong Kenny’s Medico-Stalinist police state. There the Charter Rights of freedom of speech, freedom to practise one’s religion and freedom of assembly mean NOTHING! The corrupted courts won’t protect. you. A Calgary judge just turned down an application to stay a police state order. The order was obtained secretly, ex parte, with the lawyer for the named victims not informed. The order reads: “IT IS HEREBY ORDERED THAT:
1. The named respondents [Pastor Artur Pawlowski and restaurant owner Chris Scott] and any other persons acting under their instructions or in concert with them or independently [that means, in fact ALL Albertans] to like effect and with the Notice of this Order, shall be restrained anywhere in Alberta, shall be restrained from
a. Organizing an in-person gathering, including requesting. inciting or inviting others to attend an “Illegal Public Gathering” [that’s more than five people!]; b. Promoting an Illegal Public Gathering by social media or otherwise; “c. Attending an Illegal Public Gathering of any nature in a “Public Place” or in a “Private Place” [a birthday party of six people for granny in your OWN home] |
If you violate this police state order, you can be hauled off to jail for “contempt of court” as Pastor Pawlowski and Chris Scott were last weekend.] Paul Fromm,DirectorCAFE
A judge in Calgary has denied an application to have Alberta Health Services’ anti-free speech restraining order overturned. But the fight is just getting started, because now Fight The Fines lawyers are going to examine Alberta’s chief medical officer, Deena Hinshaw, in court.
Thursday morning, Chad Williamson of Williamson Law argued to have the injunction that prohibits his clients, Glen Carritt, Chris Scott and unnamed Jane and John Does, from participating in, organizing, or promoting “illegal public gatherings” that do not comply with the current restrictions: limiting such activities to five (or fewer) participants, masking and social distancing.
In essence, the order outlaws political protests of half a dozen or more outdoors, but could also see grandma end up in the slammer for contempt of court if she is the sixth person at a birthday party in the park.
The original order was obtained in secret after lawyers for AHS refused to inform Williamson Law of the order being sought against their clients.
The order restricts the interactions, free speech and free association of all Albertans and it does that under threat of imprisonment.
Two arrests have already occurred under the new court order.
One was Chris Scott of the Whistle Stop Cafe in Mirror. He was arrested after he holding a protest of 1,500 people adjacent to his property seized just days before by the province because he refused to abide by the lockdown on restaurants. He spent three days in jail.
Pastor Artur Pawlowski spent two days in jail after he was arrested in Calgary for holding a non-compliant church service.
Associate Chief Justice Rooke heard arguments but declined to stay the order, however he did agree to a full hearing on the matter — including a full examination of the decision makers who deemed the excessively broad court order necessary, like CMOH Deena Hinshaw and the AHS health inspector behind the constant visits to the Whistle Stop Cafe since Chris Scott made the decision to re-open in January.
We are going to fight to overturn this order like freedom and democracy depend on it. Because they do.
It’s going to be a lot of hard work, and it’s going to be expensive, but it’s worth it, because it is the right of every Albertan to criticize the government.