BC arbiter rules firing of employees over COVID jab was ‘reasonable’

By Shawna / August 29, 2023 /

Three employees had taken their employer, Technical Safety B.C. in Vancouver, to arbitration on behalf of their union, the British Columbia General Employees’ Union, because they were fired for not complying with a company COVID jab mandate.
Dorsey dismissed the three employees’ appeal, saying that employers who fired their vaccine-free workers were just going along with the “prevailing community view.”
According to records, Technical Safety B.C. has some 450 workers and claimed a 99 percent COVID jab rate.
The fact of the matter is the three employees were fired despite the fact they worked remotely and did make themselves available to be COVID tested.

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Former Military Chopper Pilot Allowed to Challenge EI Denial Over COVID Vaccine Refusal

By Shawna / August 29, 2023 /

A former Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) captain and helicopter pilot has been granted permission to appeal a denial of his Employment Insurance (EI) benefits after he was terminated from the military for declining a COVID-19 shot on the basis of his religious beliefs.

Captain Michal Zagol was granted leave to appeal to the Appeal Division of the Social Security Tribunal (SST) on Aug. 23. Permission was necessary to challenge the General Division’s rejection of Mr. Zagol’s EI benefits, a decision made on June 9 due to alleged “misconduct.” The pilot submitted his appeal on July 4.

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Albertans charged for COVID violations will likely have charges dropped, Crown says

By Shawna / August 25, 2023 /

The Alberta Crown Prosecutions Service (ACPS) has said that in light of a recent court ruling that determined that politicians violated the province’s health act, Albertans currently facing COVID-related charges will likely not face conviction and will have their charges stayed.

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Canadian Frontline Nurses get Sloan’s fundraising help after failed libel suit By Lee Harding 29 min ago 0

By Valerie / August 25, 2023 /

A Canadian Frontline Nurse who sued the media for libel over allegations about their rallies is appealing to the public for help with a $315,000 bill to cover the legal costs of her opponents.

Kristen Nagle spoke to former MP Derek Sloan on his Rumble channel Funding the Fight to explain the case.

“Canadian Frontline Nurses organized these rallies in support of health care workers when it was mandated; it was job or no job. So we did these rallies, protests at hospitals all across the country, huge turnouts. They were peaceful, amazing. But we were slandered quite viciously in the media, because it was such a successful movement,” Nagle explained.

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German judge who lifted school COVID mandates sentenced to 2 years’ probation

By Roli / August 24, 2023 /

German authorities started an investigation into Christian Dettmar in 2021 after he had ruled that children in 2 schools in Weimar must not be forced to wear masks, keep their distance from other people, or take COVID tests.

A German judge who lifted mask mandates, distance rules, and mandatory COVID testing in two schools has been given a two-year suspended sentence.

Family court judge Christian Dettmar will be sent to prison if he violates the terms of his probation.

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CCF reaction to result in Jordan Peterson freedom of expression case

By Roli / August 23, 2023 /

The Canadian Constitution Foundation (CCF) is disappointed in the result in the judicial review of a case between public intellectual Dr Jordan Peterson and the College of Psychologists of Ontario. The dispute is over professional penalties, in the form of mandatory training, imposed on Dr Peterson by the College. This order for training was a result of public statements Dr Peterson had made on social media. The comments did not relate to the practice of psychology. The complaints were made by members of the public, not by any individuals who Dr Peterson had ever treated as a patient.

The CCF was an intervener in the judicial review, arguing that professionals have private lives and regulators may not discipline for off-duty conduct that lacks a clear nexus to the profession. Where off-duty conduct engages a Charter right, like freedom of expression, regulators have a heightened duty to ensure they have given full effect to the Charter protection

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Jordan Peterson loses appeal against College of Psychologists of Ontario over controversial tweets

By Valerie / August 23, 2023 /

Dr. Jordan Peterson has lost his challenge of the College of Psychologists of Ontario’s directive to undergo a social media training program to keep his license to practice psychology in the province.

On Wednesday, an Ontario court ruled against Peterson, who filed for a judicial review of the college’s mandate, arguing that his political commentary on social media was not under the college’s purview.

The college ordered Peterson to undergo social media training on

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Federal Judge Rules City Can’t Ban Christian Farmer Because of Biblical Beliefs

By Valerie / August 23, 2023 /

A federal district court has ruled that a Christian farmer in Michigan is free to participate in his local farmer’s market after city officials banned him from the event because of his biblical viewpoint on marriage.

U.S. District Judge Paul L. Maloney ruled Monday that East Lansing officials cannot lawfully bar Country Mill Farms from its annual farmer’s market due to owner Stephen Tennes’ refusal to host same-sex weddings on the farm’s property.

“The City has not established that the decision to deny CMF a vendor license is narrowly tailored to meet a compelling government interest,” wrote Maloney.

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Who Best Avoided the COVID Religion?

By Shawna / August 23, 2023 /

There is nothing in the Gospels about social distancing, much less mRNA jabs as a moral imperative.

Jesus ate with the lepers, but Dr. Anthony Fauci told us not to get near each other because of a virus circulating with a 99 percent and higher survival rate, even while he was banning therapeutics and killing people with ventilators and toxic pharmaceuticals.

Those who trusted Jesus over Dr. Fauci have earned the respect of their congregations. But there is even more to it than that.

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Attacks on Christian Churches in Pakistan – Jaranwala

By Valerie / August 23, 2023 /

Churches in Pakistan are being attacked in Jaranwala, Pakistan. Islamic extremists are ransacking churches and setting them ablaze.

OFWI’s team received this footage from our sources on the ground.

Religious freedom must be upheld and the Pakistani government must take action to keep Christians and their churches safe.

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