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Feds kill idea of inter-provincial vaccine mandates, while Tamara Lich remains in jail

Tamara Lich remains imprisoned without bail. Photo: @luc_cherubino

Blacklock’s Reporter writes that Canada’s federal government cabinet has cancelled the concept of inter-provincial vaccine mandates for Truckers.

Restrictions on interprovincial travel are forbidden under Canada’s Constitution and are the subject of a lawsuit against the government by Brian Peckford, the last living signatory of Canada’s 1982 Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Canada’s Transport Minister Omar Alghabra mused about implementing such restrictions during the Freedom Convoy 2022 in February.

Meanwhile, protest organizer Tamara Lich remains in prison without bail, reports Queen’s Counsel Keith Wilson. For supporters who want to wish her a Happy International Women’s Day while incarcerated, suggested instructions are as follows:

Mail to:

Ottawa Carleton Detention Centre (O.C.D.C)

2244 Innes Road

Gloucester, Ont K1B 4C4

“She won’t be able to accept any money because only people who are on her approved visitor list is allowed and they are also capped at $180 in account at all times. But send CARDS. She can’t receive anything with glitter, crayons, music box, puffy feel so basic, plain dollar store cards only. And she’s only allowed 10 pictures so let her family send those ones,” Facebook instructions suggest.