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What is the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms?

The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms sets out those rights and freedoms that Canadians believe are necessary in a free and democratic society.

The Charter is one part of the Canadian Constitution. The Constitution is a set of laws containing the basic rules about how our country operates. For example, it states the powers of the federal, and provincial and territorial governments in Canada.

Here you can download practical and important documents to have on hand, and we invite you to visit the Action4Canada website, where you will find invaluable resources.

Canadian Rights & Freedoms

COVID ADVANCE MEDICAL DIRECTIVE

COVID ADVANCE MEDICAL DIRECTIVE

Notices of Liability Business, Mask, Jab, Testing etc

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Petition to the Government of Canada

Whereas:
  • Section 6 of the Charter of Rights and Freedom says Canadians have the right to enter, remain in and leave Canada;
  • Section 2(a) of the Charter of Rights and Freedom says Canadians have freedom of conscience and religion;
  • Section 15 of the Charter of Rights and Freedom says Canadians are not allowed to be discriminated against based on, for example, mental or physical ability (health);
  • Canadians have the right to informed choice when it comes to vaccines and other medical treatments, they cannot be forced or coerced;
  • Canadians want their freedom of movement and right to privacy of their personal health data to be positively affirmed by the government;
  • Vaccine passports or certificates could impact different sectors of the economy (travel, tourism, hospitality for instance) and the quality of life of many Canadians and residents of Canada;
  • Vaccine passports do not recognize the robust immunity of those with previous infection, and coerce those with natural exposure to become vaccinated, despite limited data on the safety of these vaccines for these people; and
  • It is the sacred duty of the Government of Canada to guard against discrimination and guarantee the freedoms secured to Canadians.
We, the undersigned, citizens of Canada, call upon the House of Commons to:
1. Ensure that freedom of participation in life and access to public spaces in Canada is not contingent on being vaccinated or having a vaccine passport or certificate; and
2. Protect the fundamental civil rights of Canadians by disallowing vaccine passport certificates nationally.

To learn more about Canada Unity visit their website at www.canada-unity.com, you will find a forum to discuss with people like you 😉

 

You wish to follow and support the movement of our truckers across Canada towards Ottawa, visit: BEARHUG

Sign the OFFICIAL MOU addressed to the Senate of Canada and the Governor-General of Canada that is now available for ALL CANADIANS TO DIGITALLY ENDORSE.

YOUR SIGNATURE FOR YOUR FREEDOM!!!

IT IS TIME CANADA STANDS IN UNITY AND ENDS THIS TYRANNY ONCE AND FOR ALL!!!

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Welcome to the Costco Customer Service page. Explore our many helpful self-service options and learn more about popular topics.

We have written up a letter that everyone is welcome to use to send to Costco and let them know how we feel about their most recent choice to segregate against fellow Canadians.

If you wanted to use it and add your own flare, GREAT! If you wanted to write your own letter, GREAT! Let’s just make sure they are getting a clear message… THIS WILL NOT STAND!
 
And don’t forget to give them a call also: 1-800-463-3783

Notice of Liability

Instructions for sending the Notice of Liability

A Notice of Liability only needs to be served once to a recipient (not three times):

* Print two copies of the Notice of Liability

*Fill in both copies with the name of the person you are sending it to (one notice per person) and sign each copy

*Keep one copy of the Notice for your records

*Record the event when serving the notice of Liability in person

*if sending by mail, you must send using registered mail