Travel Vax Mandate Lawsuit: Canadian Court Dismisses Feds’ Motion to Remove Challengers’ Supporting Documents


Two businessmen taking the Canadian federal government to court over its vaccine mandate for travel have defeated an attempt by the Attorney General (AG) to remove portions of their affidavits in support of their position from the record. Case management judge Mireille Tabib dismissed the AG motion on May 25 in the case of Shaun Rickard and Karl Harrison against Transport Canada and the Attorney General.

The legal advocacy group Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms (JCCF) has been involved in many court challenges to COVID-19 restrictions in recent months. It is currently representing Bernier as well as Peckford and his co-applicants on the issue of federal travel mandates. The JCCF says Canada is the only country in the developed world that bans unvaccinated citizens from air travel.

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