Last living signer of Canadian constitutional charter of rights sues government over COVID travel ban

Former Newfoundland Premier Brian Peckford, 79, is the main applicant in a case brought against the federal government by the Calgary-based Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms, according to a press release.

It is becoming more obvious that being vaccinated does not stop people from getting Covid and does not stop them from spreading it,” the former premier said in a statement. “The government has not shown that the policy makes flying safer—it simply discriminates.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau rolled out one of the world’s strictest COVID-19 vaccine mandates last fall. By Oct. 30, employees in all federally regulated industries were required to be vaccinated or face termination. Anyone aged 12 and over who wished to travel by plane, train or ship was also ordered to be vaccinated.

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When I heard Prime Minister Trudeau call the unvaccinated ‘racists,’ ‘misogynists, ‘anti-scienceand ‘extremist,’ and his musing, ‘do we tolerate these people?’ it became clear he is sowing divisions and advancing his vendetta against a specific group of Canadians,” Peckford continued, referencing a resurfaced entrevista with Trudeau from September 2021.

This is completely against the democratic and Canadian values I love about this country,” él dijo.

Newfoundland Premier Brian Peckford gestures during a speech in Toronto, Ontario, en Junio 2, 1982. (Photo by Frank Lennon/Toronto Star via Getty Images)

Newfoundland Premier Brian Peckford gestures during a speech in Toronto, Ontario, en Junio 2, 1982. (Photo by Frank Lennon/Toronto Star via Getty Images)

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