Superior court judge rules elderly couple can be mask free in their condo building

Have mask mandates gone too far when people are restricted access to their condo buildings without masks? A superior court judge in Burlington ruled that no proof is required for medical exemptions, but lawyers and corporations are attempting to go against it. Ontario Superior Court judge ruled that a Burlington couple age 72 and 68 […]

“Eileen de Villa claimed to be an occupant of my property … then hired the Toronto police service as a third party to come and enforce that act” INNterview with Adam Skelly, owner of Adamson BBQ, on Ontario lockdowns and $187,000 fine

The City of Toronto changed the locks of Adamson BBQ after Dr. de Villa, medical officer of health for the city, invoked section 22 to close the property and fined Skelly $187,000 for 200 police officers deployed for the action. She also stated that she had reasonable beliefs that a communicable disease was present on the property.

Advocacy group calls for quarantine hotel policy to be scrapped

A constitutional rights advocacy group filed an application with Ontario’s Superior Court of Justice against the government’s mandatory quarantine hotel policy. The Canadian Constitution Foundation is calling on the government to scrap the policy, which requires returning travellers from abroad to stay in a federally approved hotel for at least the first three nights of […]