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Ejaz Butts, Canadian Secretary of the International Association of App-based Transportation Workers. Photo: IAATW
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Taxi, Limo drivers protesting high rates of vehicle theft

“LIMOUSINE AND TAXI INDUSTRY PROTESTING VEHICLE THEFT AT QUEENS PARK 31 AUGUST 2023 THURSDAY 11 :30 AM” One protest to call upon the Ontario government to arrange strict types of laws and other arrangements to stop STOLEN VEHICLES  Everyone drivers

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Ontario courts orders Jordan Peterson to be “re-educated” in freedom of expression case — Dr Jordan B Peterson (@jordanbpeterson) August 24, 2023 TORONTO: The Canadian Constitution Foundation (CCF) is disappointed in the result in the judicial review of a case between public intellectual Dr Jordan Peterson and the College of Psychologists of Ontario. The dispute

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Gordie Howe Bridge reports all four new road bridges now reopened to the public

On August 17th, the Gordie Howe International Bridge project team announced the reopening of the fourth and final road bridge reconstructed as part of the Michigan Interchange activities.  “We appreciate the community’s patience and cooperation throughout construction of the Gordie Howe International

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Then-Alberta Premier Jason Kenney and CPOH Dina Hinshaw. Photo: CBC
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Alberta court strikes down public health orders that violated Charter freedoms, triggered Truckers’ Convoy

 The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms announced on August 1st that it is pleased with the Court of King’s Bench of Alberta’s decision to invalidate the public health orders of Dr. Deena Hinshaw, Chief Medical Officer of Health (CMOH), in Ingram v. Alberta. The court struck

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Court hearing on if ArriveCAN constitutional challenge can proceed happening today

(June 13, 2023) – TORONTO, ON: The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms announces that the Federal Court will be hearing arguments today on whether the challenged constitutional validity of the government’s mandatory requirement for travellers to use the ArriveCAN app to enter Canada during the Covid-19 pandemic can proceed, despite the ArriveCAN requirement no longer being mandatory.

On December 20, 2021, the Federal Government required Canadians who were unvaccinated, or who were vaccinated but did not use ArriveCAN, to undergo testing and mandatory quarantine upon returning to Canada.

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