A police officer stands at a checkpoint near Parliament Hill on Feb. 23, 2022 in Ottawa. (The Canadian Press/Adrian Wyld)

by Noé Chartier

The Epoch Times

September 3, 2022

The commission tasked with reviewing the Liberal government’s unprecedented use of the Emergencies Act last February said today the hearings will be postponed due to the commissioner having a health issue.

The Public Order Emergency Commission was due to begin its public hearings on Sept. 19. The date has now been moved to Oct. 13.

Inquiry officials said in a statement that Commissioner Paul Rouleau is required to undergo surgery “to address a health issue that has very recently arisen.”

“I want to assure Canadians of my commitment to completing the work of the Commission in a timely manner,” Commissioner Rouleau said in the Sept.2 statement.

“Commission staff, with the cooperation of all parties, has made significant progress over the past several weeks in obtaining and reviewing documents, conducting interviews, and preparing for the start of public hearings.”

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  1. Makes you wonder just what sort of major event or false flag is being planned by our infamous D-team to stop this from happening (A-team is no longer required anymore since people are stupid enough to believe anything, these days). Also possible that this will be one of countless delays to make sure this never sees the light of day.

    I wonder what would have them so worried about this sort of stuff coming to light, anyway? Nothing is actually going to happen. Like EVERY other scandal (Are we down to these popping up on a weekly basis, now?), it either gets buried, whitewashed or we get to go through the theatre for zero results. They leave those guilty of mischief to rot in jail for months on end while mass murderers continue to work in our government. The system cannot be saved.