Police Take Court Action Against Ontario Government Over Anti-Covid Enforcement Duties
by the Constitutional Rights Centre
April 29, 2021
The Constitutional Rights Centre in Canada held a press conference on April 29 to announce that fifteen active and four retired police officers have launched an application in Ontario Superior Court to seek clarification on the province’s Covid measures. They are also challenging their enforcement as breaching and violating their police oath which includes upholding the Constitution.
Their Notice of Application can be viewed on the Constitutional Rights Centre website at: constitutionalrightscentre.ca
Constitutional Lawyer Rocco Galati is Executive Director (Founder) of Constitutional Rights Centre in Canada.
The Constitutional Rights Centre Inc. (“CRC”) was incorporated, in Ontario, in November, 2004. From 2004 to 2013, it non-publicly, except to lawyers, operated in its development, in assisting and procuring legal counsel, with respect to constitutional cases, where counsel and/or their client, lacked the funds and/or expertise to mount, argue, or appeal a constitutional issue or case.
Since 2013 it has, as co-Applicant, also initiated litigation in such cases as the “Nadon Reference” case, the “Mainville Reference” case, the challenge to the new Citizenship Act (Bill C-24).