Federal Court hears challenge to Transport Minister’s travel restriction based on vaccine status

Wilson Law Office, Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms represented parties

Federal Court hears challenge to Transport Minister’s travel restriction based on vaccine status

The Minister of Transport’s decision to restrict mobility rights based on COVID-19 vaccination status was challenged in the Federal Court with Wilson Law Office, Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms, Allison Kindle Pejovic, and Eva Chipiuk appearing on behalf of the parties. The Federal Court also heard an action contesting the denial made by the Correctional Service of Canada of continued access to private family visits in some correctional facilities.

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