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(UPDATED with coverage below) We won! The Municipality of Clarington agrees with the Canadian Constitution Foundation’s argument that the Liberty Summer Seminar would be protected by the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. More in a bit, but here’s the video summary from the Canadian Constitution Foundation: And here’s the press release from the CCF announcing [...]

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CCF takes up our case

We have wonderful news to share with everyone today. The Canadian Constitution Foundation has agreed to take up our case, and defend us against the Municipality of Clarington’s decision to charge my parents for allowing me to host the Liberty Summer Seminar on their property. Here is the press release that they sent out just [...]

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Second court appearance

We appeared in court this past Friday. Very little happened. Since we haven’t received disclosure yet, we requested a new court date, which the justice of the peace gave us. Our new court date is Friday, Feb. 25 at which time we will settle on an actual trial date. The prosecution tells us that disclosure [...]

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First day of court: New court date Nov. 26

Today was our first day in court. I took a few pictures, which I will upload in a little bit. There was not much of interest that happened. The prosecutor did not have disclosure for us, so the judge rescheduled a hearing for November 26 at 9 a.m. November 26 is a month after the [...]

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