True North reported on May 8th that health officials in British Columbia and Alberta must face challenges in civil lawsuits over several health orders issued under the CCP Virus (Covid-19) pandemic. The rulings were made by the two provincial courts within two weeks.
Last week, an Alberta judge ruled that provincial health officer Dr. Deena Hinshaw could not use “cabinet confidentiality” as an excuse to avoid answering questions in court about her discussions with government leaders because the public interest in having her answer the questions outweighs the public interest in keeping the evidence confidential. These questions included whether she had ever received restriction instructions from the Premier that exceeded or went against her own advice.
Like Hinshaw, British Columbia’s health official Dr. Bonnie Henry is facing a civil lawsuit from CSASPP. CSASPP argues that Henry’s mandatory vaccination orders for healthcare workers are unconstitutional and do not provide reasonable alternatives to vaccination, including rapid testing and religious or medical exemptions.
Both rulings suggest that government officials are not above the law.
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