The Alberta court's decision to strike down Dr. Deena Hinshaw's public health orders, which infringed upon the Charter freedoms, is a significant victory for the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms (JCCF).
The Ingram v. Alberta ruling has exposed the flawed nature of the lockdown measures, as they were imposed by politicians rather than the Chief Medical Officer of Health (CMOH). Dr. Hinshaw herself acknowledged her advisory role, with final decisions resting in the hands of politicians. As a result of these invalidated health orders, there is the possibility that charges against individuals such as Artur Pawlowski and others could be withdrawn.
Furthermore, this judicial ruling affirms that the lockdowns did indeed violate the basic freedoms of conscience, religion, association, and peaceful assembly guaranteed to Albertans by the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
Throughout this legal process, the Alberta government failed to present any comprehensive studies or data analyzing the detrimental impacts of the lockdowns. Despite this lack of evidence, Justice Barbara Romaine deemed the violations justified, citing a subjective assessment that the benefits outweighed the harm.
Under the guise of "flattening the curve" and initially imposing a public health emergency in March 2020, the Alberta Government persisted in infringing upon Charter rights and freedoms for a staggering two years.
In these unprecedented times, the Solidarity Movement of Alberta stands firm in its commitment to uphold the rights and freedoms of every Albertan. Our 21 demands, which include advocating for no unlegislated or unconstitutional mandates, championing the right to open public debate without censorship, and emphasizing the importance of recognizing parental authority in all matters, are a testament to our dedication to a free and just society.
We believe in a future where every citizen has the right to voice their opinions without fear, where government actions are transparent and accountable, and where individual freedoms are not just words on paper but a lived reality for all.
But to make this vision a reality, we need your support. By joining hands with the Solidarity Movement of Alberta, you're not just supporting a cause; you're becoming a part of a community that values liberty, transparency, and the power of collective action.
We invite every Albertan who believes in these principles to stand with us. Together, we can shape a future that respects our cherished freedoms and creates a legacy of empowerment for generations to come.