That Boco's utopia just might be a dictatorship!
The Canadian Federal court has ruled that Justins covid hotels violate the Canadian Charter. It looks like the case will end up going to trial in June. I think the outcome is pretty certain now though.
Anyone not familiar with this draconian policy, it required returning Canadians to isolate in a guarded hotel for at least three days upon their arrival back to Canada. They were forced to pay for these expenses, and the conditions and food in these places were sub par at best. The government says this will cost you at least $2000, but a couple friends who have experienced it said it cost them closer to $3000. Reports of theft and sexual abuse are coming out of these places too. Keep in mind these travellers entered the country with a negative covid test.
The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms released a statement that the court involved in striking the injunction is not the same court that issued it in the first place. The ruling found that this type of "forced" confinement possibly contravenes section seven, and nine, of the charter. So it will be resolved by trial.
The justice centres litigation director Jay Cameron said, " The forced isolation of returning Canadian air travellers is arbitrary, unnecessary, and totalitarian. These quarantine hotels and restrictive measures are more consistent with a dictatorship than a free society."
I think its obvious the government will lose, and Canadian taxpayers will be on the hook for the damages that will be awarded.
Boco gets angry when me or anyone else is critical of the Canadian government. Every country has its problems, including the USA, but since even before covid Canada has been on the fast track down the road that leads to communism. People who blindly following along and dont speak out are a big part of the problem. Thankfully there are a few brave souls left who were willing to say no, and go to court.