Kevin is joined this week by Saskatchewan-based Justice Centre lawyer Andre Memauri. They discuss the sad news from last week about Carol Pearce, a Saskatoon woman who died in a Shoppers Drug Mart seven minutes after receiving a Covid booster. Andre then gives his perspective on a few of his cases; the Seneca College vaccine mandate challenge, the lawsuit of Dr. Francis Christian, and the case against Saskatchewan's limits on public gatherings during the pandemic.
The Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition - Canadian National Division
Illinois College of Law: Francis Boyle
Justice Centre, Dec 17, 2021: NB Government and farmer’s market back down on mandating vaccines for grocery shopping
Sasktoday, Sep 22, 2022: Sask. woman dies allegedly after COVID booster: Daughter in shock
CKOM, Sep 21, 2022: Saskatchewan still recording no deaths related to COVID vaccine
Justice Centre, Sep 12, 2022: Court denies students’ request to block Seneca’s vaccine mandate
Western Gazette, Sep 19, 2022: Western vaccine lawsuit heard before London court, students aim to destroy vax records
The Canadian Press via CBC, Mar 2, 2022: Ontario judge rules mother doesn't have to vaccinate her children against COVID-19
CTV, Jun 24, 2022: TTC facing nearly $3M in lawsuits filed by former employees over vaccine policies
Justice Centre, Jun 27, 2022: Dr. Francis Christian v. Saskatchewan Health Authority, the College of Medicine, et. al.
Justice Centre, Sep 20, 2022: Saskatchewan Court rules government 10-person outdoor protest limit justifiable
The Post Millennial, Jul 22, 2022: Pastor Artur Pawlowski wins appeal against Alberta Health Services
Theme Music "Carpay Diem" by Dave Stevens