Canada’s Justin Trudeau invoked the Emergencies Act (EA) on February 14, 2022, in response to the Trucker Convoy, a mass protest against the unjust COVID regulations. This was the first time that the Emergencies Act had been invoked in the nation’s history, as it is intended for only the most extreme threats to national security. A federal judge recently ruled that Trudeau’s administration violated the Charter through this measure.
“I conclude that there was no national emergency justifying the invocation of the Emergencies Act and the decision to do so was therefore unreasonable,” Federal Court Justice Richard Mosley stated.
WEF elite and Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland said that the government will appeal the ruling.
I reported in May 2023 that text messages emerged revealing the Liberal government pressured banks to freeze accounts long before the Emergencies Act was invoked amid the Freedom Convoy (aka the Trucker Convoy). Senior advisers at the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) Ben Chin and Tyler Meredith began discussing plans to de-bank protestors on February 7. “But we are talking with banks and insurance companies about how they can act on their own and what helpful signals we might be able to send,” one text message stated.
The Liberals wanted to “keep the heat off the bank branches,” as many were reluctant to freeze accounts. The government was also concerned that people would retaliate directly against the banks. So how could they “safely” lock out hundreds of people from the economy? “One thing I should add- from what we hear most of the big banks are actually doing a lot of work already within the terms and conditions of existing account agreements to manage flow of funds if they suspect someone or something. That’s an angle we are looking at,” another text exchange stated. They looked at every angle possible to justify their actions.
The convoy was peaceful until Trudeau, who refused to speak to the protestors, invoked Martial Law under the EA. “What if the worst had happened in those following days? What if someone had gotten hurt, what if a police officer had been put in hospital?” Trudeau said. “I would have worn that,” he continued. “The responsibility of a prime minister is to make the tough calls and keep people safe.”
"1. The Respondent's motion for an order striking the application for judicial review is denied and the Court exercises its discretion to determine the matter notwithstanding that it is moot in view of the revocation of the Proclamation and termination of the associated Regulations and Order;
The Applicant is granted public interest standing to bring this application for judicial
It is declared that the decision to issue the Proclamation and the associated
Regulations and Order was unreasonable and ultra vires the Emergencies Act;
It is declared that the Regulations infringed section 2 (b) of the Charter and declared
that the Order infringed section & of the Charter and that neither infringement was justified under Section 1
no costs were awarded"
The Trudeau Administration threw their own citizens in jail, sometimes without bail. They had their bank accounts frozen and assets seized, sometimes including pets. People who donated to Trucker Convoy had their assets frozen. I spoke with countless people who wanted to flee Canada at that time because they were afraid of their own government. The world saw a glimpse of how ruthless Canada has become under nations compromised by the globalists who are pushing for the new world order.