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Recently Alberta became the first province to rule the COVID mandates illegal. In the case of Ingram vs. the Government of Alberta, Justice Barbara Romaine ruled all mandates illegal on the basis of a misuse of government jurisdiction. The fallout of that, so far, has been that many COVID fines have been dropped by the courts.
Lawyers Leighton Grey and Jeffrey Rath, working in cooperation with the Justice Center for Constitutional Freedoms, were instrumental in that decision, and to this day, remain the only lawyers in Canada to question a provincial Public Health Officer under oath.
But there has also been a great deal of misunderstanding on this landmark decision, with many believing that all Justice Romaine did was set us up for future violations of our rights, as she did not rule the mandates violations of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
In this in depth interview, Leighton Grey walks us through the case, the pivotal moments, and explains exactly what Justice Romaine’s decision means, as well as the possible, even probable, fallout for the Alberta government.
While he admits that a future misuse of Justice Romaine’s decision could potentially be used against us, he also explains why he believes that possibility to be exceedingly unlikely, and why, as a result, Alberta at least is now armed with the legal ammunition to resist future lockdowns.
LINK: Grey Matter Podcast