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by Reid Small


January 30, 2023

The BC-based non-profit taking legal action against the provincial government’s COVID-19 related measures will return to the courtroom in April.

The Canadian Society for the Advancement of Science in Public Policy (CSASPP) filed a proposed class action suit against Provincial Health Officer (PHO) Dr. Bonnie Henry in January 2021, and its much anticipated certification hearing was expected to conclude in December, however, the complexity of the case and respective heel-dragging meant it needed to be extended into 2023.

Both parties have now arranged for the hearing to continue on April 24 for five days before BC Supreme Court Justice David Crerar.


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  1. Well, good luck with that, but given how slanted/owned the courts are these days, this will likely end up being another nothingBUGburger with fries using toxic polyunsaturated oil and a diet soy shake (Because like in Rocco’s Modern Life, the 600lb hippo resembling a beach whale is trying to watch their figure).

    Of course, dragging this out is a great way of ensuring the government can continue to act with impunity. With all the people being genocided over this aggressive and abusive action, why should the courts be in any hurry, huh?