Judge rules Manitoba's public health orders were necessary, reasonable and justified - 2021-10-21

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F0.png Judge rules Manitoba's public health orders were necessary, reasonable and justified October 21, 2021, CTV News

"There was a legitimate reason to limit the freedom of religion in this context and that's not a surprise, that's pretty consistent with what's been held in other cases across the country," Busby said.

The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms which represented the applicants said it's disappointed in the decisions and the unwavering authority given to public health officials. It's still reviewing the ruling and is considering an appeal.

The organization came under fire in July after Joyal called a special hearing where it was revealed a private investigator had been hired to follow him while he was presiding over the case. Joyal told court at the time the situation would have no impact on his ruling.

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