The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms has warned that the Trudeau government's Online Harms bill would 'empower judges to preemptively punish Canadians for speech crimes somebody 'fears' they may commit.'
Constitutional lawyer Marty Moore has warned LifeSiteNews that under the proposed Online Harms Act, courts could impose restrictions on Canadians under threat of jail if there is 'fear' the accused may commit a 'hate crime' in the future.
The Canadian Civil Liberties Association warned that the Trudeau government's newly proposed 'Online Harms' bill could see unelected bureaucrats become 'judge, jury, and executioner' when it comes to internet conduct.
While the bylaw is being framed as a necessary measure to prevent motorists from being distracted by billboards, The Democracy Fund has argued it is a violation of freedom of expression for its specific targeting of pro-life activism.
'In Canada, if you interfere or impede someone from accessing Medical Assistance in Dying, or cause them 'fear,' you could be arrested and put in jail for up to 10 years,' warned lawyer Daniel Ari Freiheit.
The regional Kerala Catholic Bishops’ Council (KCBC), which just completed its winter session from Dec. 4-6, warned that homosexuality 'will turn upside down time-tested traditional social concepts and will have wide ramifications, including chaos in society.'
Lawyers representing Freedom Convoy leaders filed an application to dismiss the lawsuit as a 'Strategic Lawsuit Against Public Participation (SLAPP) – a lawsuit designed to silence the expression of peaceful protesters.'