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The Justice Centre is uniquely positioned to represent Canadians who have faced shocking and stressful intrusions on their freedom. Most Canadians cannot afford to pay for proper legal representation to defend their freedoms when violated by governments and by governmental authorities. As a public interest, non-partisan legal organization and registered charity, the Justice Centre provides legal representation free of charge to protect the constitutional freedoms of all Canadians. Since our founding in 2010, we have secured more than 30 court victories and out-of-court settlements.

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Steven Duesing, Nicole Mathis, Blain Gowing, et. al. v. The Attorney General of Canada

The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms filed two legal actions in the Federal Court of Canada, challenging two orders made by the Trudeau government that would force Canadian residents returning from travel outside the country, into a mandatory quarantine hotel at their own expense. The first order being challenged is the January 20, 2021 Order of the Minister of Health (Order in Council PC Number 2021-0011 ) that gives the government power to forcibly quarantine asymptomatic healthy Canadians in possession of a negative Antigen Covid test.

Saskatchewan Mask Challenge – R v. Friesen, Bernier

September 20, 2021, was a big night for Canadians as voters waited for ballots to be counted and the results to be rolled out across the country’s time zones. In Saskatoon that evening the Peoples Party of Canada (PPC) held a rally.

Beaudoin et al v. British Columbia and Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry

The Justice Centre has launched a constitutional challenge in the Supreme Court of BC on behalf of three churches and four individuals against restrictions on public protests and the prohibition of in-person worship services order by BC Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry.

Harjee, Kraayenbrink, Aoun, Lamb, Sabourin et al. v. Ontario

The Justice Centre  filed a constitutional challenge against Ontario’s vaccine passport mandate in Ontario’s Superior Court of Justice on October 18, 2021. The legal challenge is brought on behalf of eight Ontario citizens who are exercising their Charter rights and freedoms by not taking one or more doses of the Covid vaccine.

Jackson-Littlewolfe v. Whitefish Lake First Nation #128

The Justice Centre sent a letter warning of legal action if Ms. Jackson-Littlewolfe was not permitted to stand as a candidate in the election.

Servatius v. School District 70 (Alberni)

In September of 2015, Candice Servatius received a letter from the principal of John Howitt Elementary School (JHES) in Port Alberni, BC, where her two children attend. The letter informed parents that JHES would be hosting a “Traditional Nuu-chah-nulth Classroom/Student Cleansing” performed by a “Nuu-chah-nulth Member” in the school’s classrooms.

Jost et al. v. Canada

On February 14, 2022, Valentine’s Day, the Cabinet of the Government of Canada declared a “public order emergency” under The Emergencies Act, the successor to the War Measures Act. This declaration dramatically transformed the festive, family-focussed, and peaceful atmosphere of the Freedom Convoy Protest on Parliament Hill into a tactical, military operation with hundreds of armed officers violently attacking peaceful protestors.

R v. Stephens / Stephens v AHS et al  

Pastor Timothy Stephens has been the pastor of Calgary’s Fairview Baptist Church since January 2014.   He has a background as a software developer, but then sensed a calling to go into the ministry, completing a Master’s in Divinity in 2013.