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John Carpay, founder and president of The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms, talks about the issues--legal, political and cultural--that concern him most. The Justice Centre (website jccf.ca) has been going strong for ten years, so there is a lot to discuss. With facilitator and producer Kevin Steel, each week John will bring you up to date on the latest, as well as provide insights about the law and the fight for freedom.
 
Dagen inden Carpark North udgav deres 5. studiealbum 'Hope' indtog de 3 bandmedlemmer og deres mange fans, Planetariet i København. Her blev 'Hope' spillet i sin helhed for første gang nogensinde. Imellem numrene blev Carpark North interviewet om de enkelte sange og albummets temaer. Når musikken spillede, var Planetariet henlagt i total mørke. Det gav nogle meget intense øjeblikke, som vi har forsøgt at videregive i den her podcast, hvor du kan høre hele interviewet og brudstykker af alle n ...
 
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We open with a discussion about the recently removed Covid restrictions in Western Canada. The second half of the show is devoted to the war on ivermectin in India, where that country's bar association is going after the World Health Organization, alleging they are in contempt of court for trying to block the use of that drug to combat the pandemic…
 
We update our audience on some of the Justice Centre cases; Dr. Francis Christian in Saskatchewan was fired from his university post for publicly advocating for informed consent regarding experimental vaccinations; Crown Prosecutors are dropping more tickets to avoid having to defend lockdown measures in court; and we celebrate a victory in federal…
 
More and more Canadian doctors are starting to face censorship from their provincial Colleges of Physicians and Surgeons, who have ordered doctors not to question public health officials or the wisdom of lockdowns. Colleges in Alberta, BC, Ontario, Saskatchewan and Nova Scotia are threatening doctors with investigations and disciplinary proceedings…
 
After we discuss some Justice Centre court cases -- the arrest and release of Maxime Bernier, the re-arrest of Pastor Tim Stephens, and GraceLife Church going to court to get its property back--we delve into what John calls "the ideology of Covidism." He draws historical parallels to demonstrate how Covidism has come into its own as a distinct ideo…
 
The focus is on Manitoba, supposedly the North American 'hotspot' for Covid cases, after Alberta was the hotspot, and before that BC. Now the Premier, Brian Pallister (who equated himself with God on May 25 when he proclaimed an 11th Commandment "Obey the health orders!") is gearing up to introduce vaccine passports, which they are calling "immuniz…
 
After John gives us an update on Justice Centre happenings--including the inside scoop on Pastor Tim Stephens--we get into a discussion about coercion as it applies to Covid vaccinations. We look at the idea of informed consent as it relates to the Nuremberg Code and listen to Vera Sharav at the Truth Over Fear Summit who speaks to this issue. Just…
 
The abuse of power and subversion of the legal system by Alberta Health Services and Alberta’s police forces (discussed in last week’s podcast) are still going on. We get an update and discuss what can be done. Also, we look at Alberta Premier Jason Kenney’s weak attempt at using biblical arguments against the province’s pastors who continue to exe…
 
On May 16, Pastor Tim Stephens of Calgary was arrested and jailed for exercising his Charter freedoms of association, religion and peaceful assembly in the face of unscientific public health restrictions. The police said the arrest was pursuant to a court injunction from May 6 that applied to all Albertans. But that injunction had been amended on M…
 
The Justice Centre’s Charter challenge to Manitoba’s lockdowns has now wrapped up, with government officials testifying under oath in court that PCR tests are extremely unreliable and do not diagnose Covid. Alberta has slid further into becoming a full-fledged police state thanks to a May 6 Court Order, sought by Alberta Health Services, that allow…
 
Alberta currently has the highest number of covid "cases" in North America, based on dubious PCR tests. The government uses these meaningless numbers to justify further violating the Charter rights and freedoms of citizens. Coincidentally (or not), the Justice Centre is in Alberta court challenging the lockdown, with the first two days of the trial…
 
John goes through a new Justice Centre report, "Covid in Canada: Nothing much to fear" and expands on its ten main points. We also discuss the online “Truth Over Fear” summit which John will be speaking at on Saturday May 1. This summit features a long list of keynote speakers like Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò, Dr. Reiner Fuellmich, as well as man…
 
After missing last week's show, we play catch-up on the government lockdown files. Generally, health authorities and politicians across the country are increasing Covid restrictions. At the same time, governments are using delay tactics in court, claiming they need multiple months to produce the evidence that might justify their Charter-violating l…
 
Government officials are now floating the idea of vaccine passports. Is this a violation of our constitutional and/or privacy rights? Scientifically, we have little evidence about the long term effects of the various vaccinations. They're still at the experimental stage. To be talking about health passports now tips the bureaucrats' hand. It's more…
 
Canada’s provincial and federal governments had a bad week on the Covid file, as increasing case numbers, leading to increased lockdowns and fines, are revealing their restrictions don’t seem to be working. To make matters worse, we learn that the country’s Covid deaths in long term care homes are the highest in the developed world. We discuss this…
 
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…
 
The show begins shortly after a Justice Centre press conference which featured a new public opinion poll that shows the vast majority of Canadians oppose the federal government's proposed law that removes choices from Canadian adults and from parents in caring for their own children. John explains why the Centre commissioned the poll. Then we highl…
 
Justice Centre lawyer Marty Moore joins John and Kevin to give an eyewitness account of the BC court case in which he participated as assistant counsel. He describes how this action differs from other cases across Canada, and he says the government's justification for the lockdowns is looking pretty weak. Justice Centre News Release, Mar 1, 2021: J…
 
We start off with a topic mentioned in last week's show, namely that many Canadian immigrants from communist countries are very concerned about the Covid restrictions here because they fear Canada is turning into a repressive regime. John reads a letter to the Centre from one such person, and then gives a round-up of Justice Centre activities fight…
 
John and Kevin go to lunch with Will Dove, the founder of EndAlbertaLockdown.com where they discuss Will's organization and the plans he has to get the province to shed its Covid restrictions and get back to normal. The first part of this extra long show is from that restaurant lunch meeting, and the second part is recorded at the Justice Centre of…
 
We discuss the Trudeau government's latest measures to forcibly confine returning Canadian travellers in hotels, and the Justice Centre’s court action against these policies. We then tackle John’s Post Millennial column where he uses the criteria from the Freedom House international index, and applies it to Canada during the 2020 pandemic. Spoiler …
 
We start off by reading some very sad correspondence the Justice Centre has received from people who are suffering severely under the government lockdowns. We then cover our court action to end the lockdown in Manitoba, and then discuss a politically incorrect column that was spiked in Canadian Lawyer Magazine about pronoun usage in courtrooms. We …
 
We discuss the Canadian government's latest violations of civil liberties, the internment of travelers returning to Canada with the results of what the feds claim is the wrong COVID test. We then talk about the Trudeau cabinet's attack on free speech through social media, in the name of social cohesion. John Carpay and Lisa Bildy in The Post Millen…
 
John critiques a pro-lockdown article by Dr. Noel Gibney of Edmonton, titled Quashing misconceptions: Alberta physicians answer the 20 most frequently-asked questions about COVID-19. Writing on behalf of a “Strategic COVID-19 Pandemic Committee” composed of anonymous doctors, Dr. Gibney provides little in the way of science or evidence to support h…
 
We start off discussing the federal government's latest push to regulate social media, limiting free speech to protect us, of course. Then we get to our main topic about the expulsion from the Ontario PC caucus of MPP Roman Baber for highlighting the fact that the COVID lockdowns are causing more harms than they prevent. Globe and Mail, Jan 18, 202…
 
What happens when you receive a ticket for violating a public health order? John takes us through the process. We also discuss a controversy in the church community that has those who follow the lockdown restrictions condemning those who oppose them. Jan 8, 2021: Justice Centre to defend numerous individuals and faith communities issued $2300 ticke…
 
The Justice Centre has now sued Alberta, Manitoba and BC to end the lockdowns, with Saskatchewan and Ontario to follow soon. We discuss some of the expert evidence that we will be presenting in all five court actions. Also, John reads from a letter sent to the Justice Centre by someone whose mental health is being negatively impacted (to the point …
 
We listen to an audio clip of the arrest of a young skater in Calgary for violating the lockdown measures, and discuss John's column about that incident. We also talk about the recent Alberta court action where the Justice Centre tried to get an injunction to limit the lockdown damage over Christmas and lost. The main court action is still to come.…
 
British Columbia Premier John Horgan says there is no price on public safety. But the lockdown measures he and other leaders are forcing on us all are making us pay a very steep price indeed. Mr. Carpay has a big list of the costs paid by individuals and society as a whole. Province of BC on Youtube, Dec 15, 2020: Premier Horgan - Live Media Availa…
 
After discussing a clip from John's speech at a freedom rally in Calgary this past weekend, we delve into the Justice Centre's recent Court of Queen's Bench filing against the Alberta COVID lockdown. Justice Centre on Youtube, Dec 9, 2020: John Carpay, Justice Centre President, guest speaking at Calgary Walk for Freedom Rally Justice Centre News Re…
 
John briefs us on the Justice Centre's report on the harms caused by the lockdowns in Canada. There are some surprises, including the finding that the number of deaths across the country has not increased compared to other years, despite the pandemic. We also touch briefly at the end on the newly released Justice Centre report focusing on Manitoba'…
 
Governments across the country are bringing in harsh lockdown measures even though our health care system is not in danger of being overrun. Canadians are wondering whether they have any real rights at all. How does the Charter apply to this situation? What is the Justice Centre going to do about this, and when? We then look at an interesting court…
 
Jay Cameron, Justice Centre litigation manager, talks about Canada's proposed changes to its Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD) laws, which do away with significant checks, balances and protections for the vulnerable. He says the new law is particularly insidious coming at a time when many of our senior citizens are suffering during the COVID lockd…
 
With governments around the country bringing in another round of COVID lockdown measures without demonstrably justifying them, we talk about the need for court action as the Justice Centre gets ready to go. National Post, Nov 10, 2020: Manitoba moves into 'critical' COVID territory, imposes strict lockdowns to take effect on Thursday CBC, Nov 10, 2…
 
On the menu today is the Canadian military's proposal to set up a propaganda unit that advances "national interests by using defence activities to influence the attitudes, beliefs and behaviours of audiences" (oh joy...) and a round-up of the latest COVID news. Ottawa Citizen, Nov 2, 2020: Canadian military wants to establish new organization to us…
 
We talk about the latest Justice Centre case which involves transgendered activist Jessica Yaniv and a beauty pageant. Then we review the latest COVID news from around Canada, heading from Halloween to Christmas. Justice Centre Press Release, Oct 26, 2020: Yaniv targets beauty pageant in new discrimination complaint Justice Centre, Concluded Cases:…
 
We talk about an open letter from a doctor to British Columbia's provincial health officer calling for more scientific honesty, and we also look at a couple of lawsuits overseas taking aim at the extent of the pandemic and the origins of the lockdowns. Queen's Printer Ontario: COVID-19 (coronavirus) in Ontario CBC, Oct 23, 2020: Ford hints at more …
 
With W.H.O. no longer recommending lockdowns and the issuing of The Great Barrington Declaration, we let our host say "I told you so" because he's been advocating these positions since the beginning of the pandemic. John Carpay in The Post Millennial: Reports of increasing COVID-19 cases ignore declining deaths FEE, Oct 12, 2020: WHO Reverses Cours…
 
John returns to the show to help us catch up on the COVID file as we look at the second wave situation in Quebec and Ontario, with the former bringing in strict lockdown measures based on the number of cases, not deaths. And we also discuss John's Post Millennial column about the impact of lockdown measures in developing nations. Canadian Press via…
 
Lindsay Shepherd, free speech fellow with the Justice Centre, joins us to talk about the 2020 Campus Freedom Index, on which she was the lead author. She tells us about her findings--some good, a lot bad--and shares a few interesting anecdotes of things she found along the way. Justice Centre News Release, Sep 24, 2020: 2020 Campus Freedom Index – …
 
Justice Centre litigation manager Jay Cameron talks about the 2-week mandatory quarantine orders across Canada for travelers arriving from abroad. The Centre has sent a legal warning letter to the Alberta Health Minister on behalf of a client who is trying to get the government to ease up on the restrictions. Government of Alberta: Isolation requir…
 
Lawyer Marty Moore joins us to go over the latest Justice Centre report, which is on the Saskatchewan government's response to COVID-19. Entitled "The Unjustified Persistence of Lockdowns," much of this work can be applied to other provinces as well. Justice Centre News Release, Sep 14, 2020: Saskatchewan Government lockdown measures violate Charte…
 
We look back at a pre-COVID controversy in which nurses' unions fought against mandatory mask policies and won. Everyone seems to have forgotten about this, but obviously it is relevant to the situation today. Also, we talk about the growing body of evidence showing the lockdowns were ineffective. Alex Berenson in Threadreader, Aug 7, 2020: "The On…
 
Will the loss of freedom in Canada become permanent following the pandemic? Is it already permanent? We discuss possible remedies to this reduction of Charter rights and freedoms which is based on fear of COVID, a fear that governments and the media have stoked for months. Perhaps change will come when society fears the lockdown measures more than …
 
Lawyer Lisa Bildy joins us to talk about the Justice Centre's recent action filed against the Ontario government over lockdown rules restricting relatives from visiting family members in long-term care. Justice Centre News Release, Aug 25, 2020: Ford government sued after months of lockdown of seniors in long-term care Justice Centre Court filing (…
 
Our guest law professor Bruce Pardy discusses his article "Public Universities, Speech Policies, and the Law: Fourteen Maxims." He defines the issues and clears up some common misconceptions about free speech and freedom in general for academics, administrators and students on campuses in Canada. Queen's University: Bruce Pardy, Professor Bruce Par…
 
Columnist and social commentator Barbara Kay discusses the situation that led to her resignation from the National Post, circumstances that parallel problems in legacy media newsrooms everywhere. She also speaks about some of the issues she continues to write about in new media, like the transgender movement and its impact on women. Barbara Kay in …
 
Why are mask laws being brought in now, after we've flattened the curve, and after the pandemic has turned out to be far less deadly than originally projected? We talk about this and other COVID-19 matters. Also, the Albertan John provides a short report on his holiday to British Columbia during which, he's happy to say, his vehicle did not get van…
 
Jay Cameron, lawyer and litigation manager with the Justice Centre, is featured on the show talking about the federal Liberal gun ban passed on May 1 without Parliamentary oversight. It's going to court and it will be a landmark case. Justice Centre News Release, Jul 13, 2020: Justice Centre to apply to intervene to stop Trudeau’s firearm confiscat…
 
We talk about The Justice Centre's Charter Analysis on British Columbia's COVID-19 response and also about that province's health officer Bonnie Henry who has become something of a media star. Justice Centre News Release, Jul 9, 2020: BC Government challenged over violating Charter freedoms by COVID-19 lockdown measures Justice Centre Report, Jul 8…
 
This episode leads off with a discussion about the Charter freedom implications of mandatory mask policies. Later, John explains how the Law Society of Alberta disregards the Charter freedoms of Leighton Grey, a lawyer who's been cancel-cultured because he criticized Black Lives Matter. OCLA, Apr 2020: Masks Don’t Work: A review of science relevant…
 
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