Knowing Your Rights
This article is an excerpt from an informational document that a concerned citizen created. It has extremely valuable information about how to use the law to fight back against unethical and unjust mandates in your workplace or in businesses.

This article is an excerpt from an informational document that a concerned citizen created. If you would like a copy, please send us an email and we will be happy to send it to you.

 

This Battle Book is your resource to understanding The Canadian Federal Laws that protect you as an individual from discrimination and segregation and are to be explicitly used against Vaccine Mandates, Proof of Vaccination, Vaccine Passports, Mask Mandates (if you have a mask exception), Denial of Mobility, and Denial of Personal Rights & Fundamental Freedoms as a living, sovereign individual.

 

The Canadian Constitutional Act states:

52(1) The Constitution of Canada is the supreme law of Canada, and any law that is inconsistent with the provision of the Constitution is, to the extent of the inconsistency, of no force or effect. – Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms

 

The Canadian Bill of Rights states:

The Parliament of Canada, affirming that the Canadian Nation is founded upon principles that acknowledge the supremacy of God, the dignity and worth of the human person and the position of the family in a society of free men and free institutions; Affirming also that men and institutions remain free only when freedom is founded upon respect for moral and spiritual values and the rule of law; And being desirous of enshrining these principles and the human rights and fundamental freedoms derived from them, in a Bill of Rights which shall reflect the respect of Parliament for its constitutional authority and which shall ensure the protection of these rights and freedoms in Canada. —The Canadian Bill of Rights (Preamble).

 

And as The Canadian Human Rights Act states:

All individuals should have an opportunity equal with other individuals to make for themselves the lives that they are able and wish to have and to have their needs accommodated, consistent with their duties and obligations as members of society, without being hindered in or prevented from doing so by discriminatory practices based on race, national or ethnic origin, colour, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, family status, genetic characteristics, disability or conviction. —The Canadian Human Rights Act (Purpose)

 

Facing the tragic global situation of SARS-CoV-2, Canada was faced with an effort to combat it through the enactment of The Canadian Emergencies Act. And although it appears this Emergency Act revokes our Canadian liberties during a national crisis, it in truth does not supersede The Canadian Constitutional Act (Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms) & The Canadian Bill of Rights.

 

Stated in the Emergencies Act:

WHEREAS the safety and security of the individual, the protection of the values of the body politic and the preservation of the sovereignty, security and territorial integrity of the state are fundamental obligations of government;

 

AND WHEREAS the fulfilment of those obligations in Canada may be seriously threatened by a national emergency and, in order to ensure safety and security during such an emergency, the Governor in Council should be authorized, subject to the supervision of Parliament, to take special temporary measures that may not be appropriate in normal times; In order to ensure safety and security during such an emergency, the Governor in Council should be authorized, subject to the supervision of Parliament, to take special temporary measures that may not be appropriate in normal times;

 

AND WHEREAS the Governor in Council, in taking such special temporary measures, would be subject to The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and The Canadian Bill of Rights and must have regard to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, particularly with respect to those fundamental rights that are not to be limited or abridged even in a national emergency. —Preamble to The Canadian Emergencies Act (emphases added)

 

How to Use This Book

Regardless of whatever global situation we are faced with, discovering and knowing how to use The Canadian Federal Laws that protect us, is important. But in order for these Laws to serve their highest purpose, they must be used accordingly:

1.       Print out this Battle Book PDF, hole punch the paper, put in a medium size binder, and put a tab divider between each Law. Organize the book so its easy to locate the laws pertaining to your situation.

2.       When presenting the Law to an employer, supervisor, officer of the law, employee, or business owner, keep this in mind:

·         Be kind in speech and presence

·         Be loving in energy

·         Be armed with the correct Law that relates to your situation

·         Present the Law in a non-confrontational manner

·         Be persistent when presenting the Law to a disregarding business, remaining consistent in both physical presence and through email

3.       Remain calm and keep your nerves relaxed while being approached or approaching an employer, employee, supervisor, officer of the law, or business owner.

4.       Never argue with an employer, employee, supervisor, officer of the law, or business owner about the Laws that protect you.

5.       Know that using the right language and terminology of Law matters. So practice your speech in the mirror, with your partner, friends, and in public settings.

6.       Always video record your interactions. If issuing Law citations through email to a business or employer, be kind, respectful and factual. Save your conversations for potential submissions to The BC Human Rights Commissioner.

7.       Present the correct Canadian Federal Law that relates to your situation, to your senior employer, supervisor, or business owner at an appropriate time and in an appropriate setting.

8.       Provide your employer, supervisor, or business owner in violation, with their own copy of the Law that protects your rights against discrimination. Be sure to also forward them an email of the Law so they can view and research on their own.

9.       If they disregard you, ensure the party involved that by disobeying The Canadian Federal Law protecting your individual rights, they are putting their business license at risk, as well as risking criminal indictment. (It’s been a hard enough year on small businesses. Remind them of this.)

10.   Sometimes the business, employer, employee, or business owner will disregard you, and threaten to call the police. But as long as you are armed with the Battle Book, (with all specific laws tabbed for easy access), along with kindness, love, non-aggression, and a non-confrontational demeanour you will prevail. Ensure the business employee or employer or owner, that you are protected by The Canadian Federal Law and that the civic duty of the police officer is to first and foremost serve your constitutional rights as an individual. Be sure to have spare copies on you to provide the police with the Laws relating to your situation.

11.   The Canadian Federal Law in this Battle Book protects your rights as an individual. So ask the business, employer, employee, or business owner how they are going to accommodate the Law.

12.   Know that The Canadian Constitutional Act (Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms), and The Canadian Bill of Rights supersedes The Canadian Emergencies Act. Always have a print out of that proof available in your binder.

 



Use of Laws

Which Laws Represent the Highest Authority in Canadian Law, Superseding all Other Laws

It is important to understand The Canadian Federal Laws and which Laws stand superior above other Laws, bi-laws, mandates, policies and/or restrictions. In Canada, the Law applies to everyone, including:

·         The People

·         The Police

·         The Government

·         Public Officials

Canadian Laws recognize and protect basic and irrevocable rights and freedoms, such as liberty and equality. With that being said, The Canadian Federal Law is divided into Public Law and Private Law. Public Laws set the rules for the relationships between a person and society and for the roles of different levels of government. This includes:

·         Canadian Constitutional Law

·         Canadian Criminal Law

·         Canadian Administrative Law

Private or Civil Law deals with the relationships between people. Civil Laws set the rules for:

·         Contracts

·         Owning Property

·         Rights and duties of family members

·         Damage caused by others to someone or to their property.

To understand the superiority of The Canadian Federal Law, it is important to know that The Canadian Constitutional Act (Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms) and The Canadian Bill of Rights both supersede any Law that is inconsistent with the provisions of the Constitution.

 

The Canadian Human Rights Act and The Canadian Criminal Code, DO NOT supersede The Canadian Constitutional Act and The Canadian Bill of rights. Although The Canadian Criminal Code And The Canadian Human Rights Act is applicable to ALL Canadians, they must stand in favour with the provisions of The Canadian Constitutional Act and The Canadian Bill of Rights.

 

Level of Superiority of Canadian Federal Law:

1.       The Canadian Constitutional Act

2.       The Canadian Bill of Rights

3.       The Canadian Human Rights Act & The Canadian Criminal Code

4.       The Statutes of Canada

 

So with that being said, in your Battle for freedom and liberty, you must know that The Canadian Constitutional Act, The Canadian Bill of Rights and The Canadian Human Rights Act, followed by The Statutes of Canada, specifically Chapter 3, work in your favour and they protect you. This is your armour against injustice, wrongful restrictions and intimidation.

Know them.

Learn them.

Memorize them.

Stand for them.

Use them.

 

The Canadian Constitutional Act Supersedes the Canadian Emergencies Act

The Canadian Constitutional Act: Primacy of Constitution of Canada

 

52(1) The Constitution of Canada is the supreme law of Canada, and any law that is inconsistent with the provisions of the Constitution is, to the extent of the inconsistency, of no force or effect.

 

Emergencies Act: Preamble

WHEREAS the safety and security of the individual, the protection of the values of the body politic and the preservation of the sovereignty, security and territorial integrity of the state are fundamental obligations of government; AND WHEREAS the fulfilment of those obligations in Canada may be seriously threatened by a national emergency and, in order to ensure safety and security during such an emergency, the Governor in Council should be authorized, subject to the supervision of Parliament, to take special temporary measures that may not be appropriate in normal times; AND WHEREAS the Governor in Council, in taking such special temporary measures, would be subject to The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and The Canadian Bill of Rights and must have regard to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, particularly with respect to those fundamental rights that are not to be limited or abridged even in a national emergency.

 

International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (Article 4):

1.       In time of public emergency which threatens the life of the nation and the existence of which is officially proclaimed, the States Parties to the present Covenant may take measures derogating from their obligations under the present Covenant to the extent strictly required by the exigencies of the situation, provided that such measures are not inconsistent with their other obligations under international law and do not involve discrimination solely on the ground of race, colour, sex, language, religion or social origin.

 

When an Employer, Business or Residential Tenant Seeks to Discriminate Against You Based Upon Vaccination Status.

Canadian Human Rights Act 7, 8, 10

Definition: For all purposes of this Act, the prohibited grounds of discrimination are race, national or ethnic origin, colour, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, family status, genetic characteristics, disability and conviction for an offence for which a pardon has been granted or in respect of which a record suspension has been ordered.

Denial of commercial premises or residential accommodation: 6. It is a discriminatory practice in the provision of commercial premises or residential accommodation (a) to deny occupancy of such premises or accommodation to any individual, or (b) to differentiate adversely in relation to any individual, on a prohibited ground of discrimination.

Employment: 7. It is a discriminatory practice, directly or indirectly, (a) to refuse to employ or continue to employ any individual, or (b) in the course of employment, to differentiate adversely in relation to an employee, on a prohibited ground of discrimination.

Employment applications, advertisements: 8. It is a discriminatory practice (a) to use or circulate any form of application for employment, or (b) in connection with employment or prospective employment, to publish any advertisement or to make any written or oral inquiry that expresses or implies any limitation, specification or preference based on a prohibited ground of discrimination.

Discriminatory policy or practice: 10. It is a discriminatory practice for an employer, employee organization or employer organization (a) to establish or pursue a policy or practice, or (b) to enter into an agreement affecting recruitment, referral, hiring, promotion, training, apprenticeship, transfer or any other matter relating to employment or prospective employment, that deprives or tends to deprive an individual or class of individuals of any employment opportunities on a prohibited ground of discrimination.

 

When an Employer, a Business or Residential Tenant Seeks to Mandate the PCR Test or Proof of Vaccination Upon You.

Statutes of Canada Chapter 3: An Act to prohibit and prevent genetic discrimination

Definition: The following definitions apply in this Act. Disclose means to authorize disclosure. Genetic Test means a test that analyzes DNA, RNA or chromosomes for purposes such as the prediction of disease or vertical transmission risks, or monitoring, diagnosis or prognosis.

Genetic test: 3. (1) It is prohibited for any person to require an individual to undergo a genetic test as a condition of (a) providing goods or services to that individual; (b) entering into or continuing a contract or agreement with that individual; or (c) offering or continuing specific terms or conditions in a contract or agreement with that individual.

Refusal to undergo genetic test: 3. (2) It is prohibited for any person to refuse to engage in an activity described in any of paragraphs 3 (1)(a) to (c) in respect of an individual on the grounds that the individual has refused to undergo a genetic test.

Disclosure of results: 4. (1) It is prohibited for any person to require an individual to disclose the results of a genetic test as a condition of engaging in an activity described in any of paragraphs 3(1)(a) to (c). Refusal to disclose results (2) It is prohibited for any person to refuse to engage in an activity described in any of paragraphs 3(1)(a) to (c) in respect of an individual on the grounds that the individual has refused to disclose the results of a genetic test.

Written consent: 5. It is prohibited for any person who is engaged in an activity described in any of paragraphs 3(1)(a) to (c) in respect of an individual to collect, use or disclose the results of a genetic test of the individual without the individual’s written consent.

Offences and Punishment 7. Every person who contravenes any of sections 3-5 is guilty of an offence and is liable (a) on conviction on indictment, to a fine not exceeding $1,000,000 or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding five years, or to both; or (b) on summary conviction, to a fine not exceeding $300,000 or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding twelve months, or to both.

Genetic Testing: (2) Every employee is entitled not to undergo or be required to undergo a genetic test.

Disclosure of results: (3) Every employee is entitled not to disclose or be required to disclose the results of a genetic test.

Disciplinary action: (4) No employer shall dismiss, suspend, lay off or de-mote an employee, impose a financial or other penalty on an employee, or refuse to pay an employee remuneration in respect of any period that the employee would, but for the exercise of the employee’s rights under this Division, have worked, or take any disciplinary action against or threaten to take any such action against an employee (a) because the employee refused a request by the employer to undergo a genetic test; (b) because the employee refused to disclose the results of a genetic test; or (c) on the basis of the results of a genetic test undergone by the employee.

 

When a Business Has Signs or Images That Are Discriminating Against Customers Based Upon Mask Wearing and/or Proof of Vaccination.

Canadian Human Rights Act 12

Publication of discriminatory notices, etc: 12. It is a discriminatory practice to publish or display before the public or to cause to be published or displayed before the public any notice, sign, symbol, emblem or other representation that (a) expresses or implies discrimination or an intention to discriminate, or (b) incites or is calculated to incite others to discriminate if the discrimination expressed or implied, intended to be expressed or implied or incited or calculated to be incited would otherwise, if engaged in, be a discriminatory practice described in any of sections 5 to 11 or in section 14.

 

Your Response to a Business Employee or Employer That Confronts You About Mask Wearing and/or Proof of Vaccination.

1.       You have a medical exemption to wearing a mask. Wearing one will put you at risk.

2.       You DO NOT have to disclose proof of your medical exemption, nor do you have to disclose your medical condition. Neither to the business in question, nor to the police. Only in a court of Law can ask you to reveal that information.

3.       You are protected by The Canadian Federal Law for equal participation at any public business accommodation, regardless of business policies. Mandates do not supersede The Canadian Federal Law and discriminatory practices are illegal.

4.       Although a business may be classified as Private Property, they have acquired a business licence, which is dependent on whether or not they are following the Law.

5.       You are protected by Informed Medical Consent.

·         “Every individual has the right to information on material risks and the fundamental right of persons to be free from unwanted physical interference. Medical care is wrongful and a ‘battery’ unless the patient has given consent to it. It is an essential prerequisite to the provision of medical services.” … “When a patient reads, understands, and signs a written consent to treatment or surgery there is expressed consent. And expressed consent is established when a patient declares his willingness to submit to a medical treatment.”

-          Barney Sneiderman, Prof. John O. Irvine, Philip H. Osborne – Canadian Medical Law – Introduction for Physicians, Nurses and Other Health Care Professionals – Second Edition, 1995 Carswell Thompson Professional Publishing.

 

How Can You Help?

SITUATION:

You are at risk of loosing your fundamental freedoms, livelihood, mobility and rights of a sovereign individual. You are being demoralized. You are being intimated. You are being pressured to disassociate from your rights and freedoms. You are being pressured to disregard your informed consent. And you are losing your way of life.

MISSION:

Create an email template with the Canadian Federal Laws that protect your freedoms and liberties against “Proof of Vaccination”, “PCR Test Results” or “Mask Wearing”. With that email template, email all the small and localized businesses in your area, such as yoga studios, fitness studios, restaurants, etc. And under each Canadian Federal Law you cite, post a web link to the specific Law as provided below:

The Canadian Constitutional Act https://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/PDF/CONST_TRD.pdf

The Canadian Bill of Rights https://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/PDF/C-12.3.pdf

The Human Rights Act https://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/PDF/H-6.pdf

The Statutes of Canada https://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/pdf/2017_3.pdf

 

EXICUTION: With this battle book, you are presented with an opportunity to stand up for the freedom and liberties of your Canadian individual rights. So go out into your localized community and help people, support people and stand for what is just, so that we all may live in a society where we are equal, free and able to live a fulfilling and prosperous life. Your freedom is in your hands. So commit yourself to reading this battle book over, cover to cover. Learning and understanding all the laws pertaining to you and your rights and freedom. Know that consistency and patience is key to winning the battle of injustice.

 

 

CLASSIFIED: Know that if you do your job to the best of your ability, that you will be upholding the Canadian Constitutional Law that stands for freedom of all people. Whether you're vaccinated or unvaccinated, we are all one people. Just like learning to walk for the first time or riding your bike for the first time or speaking for the first time, it is painful and humiliating experience to find the courage to speak the truth. You may fear that you're going to lose your friends or colleagues or social status in speaking for what is just. But this is what is required of you. You play a massive role in peoples lives. And things wouldn't be the same if you were not here. We need you and your voice. We need you and the speech that you can offer in standing for freedom and liberty, informed consent, and freedom from the evils of segregation and discrimination.