Justice with John Carpay

S02E12 The BC Judgment Comes Down

March 25, 2021 The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms Season 2 Episode 12
Justice with John Carpay
S02E12 The BC Judgment Comes Down
Show Notes

A good news/bad news show. First, John tells us about Pastor James Coates' release from prison in Alberta. Then he moves on to give his early impressions on the decision of the BC Supreme Court against several churches that challenged the disparity in the provincial health orders, shutting down religious services while allowing gyms and restaurants to open. Are there any grounds for appeal?

Dave Naylor in The Western Standard, Mar 22, 2021: Coates released with $1,500 fine

Justice Centre News Release, Mar 18, 2021: BC Supreme Court strikes down Orders restricting outdoor protests, but maintains prohibition on in-person religious services

Supreme Court of BC via Justice Centre, Mar 19, 2021 (PDF): Beaudoin v. British Columbia

CTV News Vancouver, Part 2: One on one with B.C. Premier John Horgan

Principa Scientific, Dec 30, 2020: Study Of Ten Million Finds No Evidence Of Asymptomatic COVID Spread

Time, Jun 9, 2021: Unpacking the New WHO Controversy Over Asymptomatic COVID-19 Transmission

Alachua Chronicle, Dec 22, 2020: University of Florida researchers find no asymptomatic or presymptomatic spread

DW, May 2, 2020: Germany: 'Flawed' coronavirus study spread misinformation

Express, May 12, 2020: WHO exposed: How health body changed pandemic criteria to push agenda

Christina Lin Blog in The Times of Israel, May 14, 2020: Why EU investigated WHO for “fake pandemic”

Hearing on “The handling of the H1N1 pandemic: more transparency needed?” Strasbourg, Jan 26, 2010 (PDF): Statement presented by Dr. Wolfgang Wodarg

John Carpay in The Post Millennial, Mar 23, 2021: It’s time to close Trudeau’s dirty and dangerous quarantine hotels

Justice Centre Brochure (PDF): The Deadly Costs of Lockdowns

Theme Music "Carpay Diem" by Dave Stevens

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