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Medical tyranny: Supreme Court refuses to hear appeal of Quebec regime's COVID state of emergency

CTV News: 'The Supreme Court of Canada has refused to hear the appeal of Stanislas Bricka, a lawyer from Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville, Que., who asked the courts to declare the renewal of the state of health emergency by the François Legault government invalid.

'As usual, the highest court in the country did not explain Thursday the reasons for its decision Bricka suffered a first setback in Superior Court and then another one in January in the Quebec Court of Appeal. He was challenging the interpretation of section 119 of the Public Health Act, which authorizes the government to renew a state of emergency for periods of up to 10 days without the consent of the National Assembly.'

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Larry Martin
Larry Martin
Oct 13, 2023

I think the reason behind this was he was challenging the interpretation of section 119.

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Citation Moving Marvels
Citation Moving Marvels
Oct 09, 2023

The Supreme Court of Canada recently refused to hear an appeal challenging Quebec's state of emergency laws during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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