What is the next Judicial Review proceedings date?
The Citizens’ Alliance of Nova Scotia (CANS) has its next Judicial Review court date on August 31st, in the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia. The postponement from June 10 was requested by the Respondents and consented to by CANS and our Co-Applicant Party, who joined the proceedings in March. He is a 15-year old youth who is represented by his litigation guardian.
Where are we at?
The Judicial Review is at the “Motion for Directions” stage. We are fine-tuning the necessary scope of the application and await disclosure of the “Respondents’ Record”, which is the information relied upon by them in issuing the Orders of the Chief Medical Officer of Health and embedded protocols mandating “proof of Covid-19 vaccination” and continued masking (from October 1, 2021 forward).
The Government’s Record is key to understanding the Respondents’ decisions to impose substantial, prolonged, life-altering restrictions and requirements on the people of Nova Scotia. Once the Respondents’ Record is filed with the Court, the presiding Justice will determine whether the Orders and protocols, particularly the “proof of COVID-19 vaccination” provisions, have been reasonable and lawful.
What do we need?
We need donations to help with our ongoing legal actions as we continue to stand for the constitutional and human rights of Nova Scotians.
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