Nova Scotia judge issues temporary injunction to stop weekend anti-mask rallies She wrote Monday to Premier Iain Rankin and Justice Minister Randy Delorey asking for a discussion. The letter calls the injunction “a two-handed axe where a scalpel would have sufficed.” It says that if the province is unwilling to amend the court order, “we will be seeking to set aside or vary the court’s order to ensure that fundamental charter rights are not unduly and indefinitely restricted.”The injunction was aimed at preventing illegal gatherings in defiance of public health orders introduced to slow the spread of COVID-19.Nova Scotia reported 90 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, including 64 in the Halifax area.
Manitoba continues enforcement to fight COVID-19 spread Participants in a number of rallies at the beginning of the month haven’t escaped responsibility, either.Manitoba Justice said it continues to investigate all of the events, and has continued to issue a number of tickets in connection with the gatherings — two tickets for the May 1 rally in Winkler, six tickets for the rally at the Forks the same day, and 14 tickets for the May 3 protest at the Law Courts.Further charges are expected.
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