Governments are breaking the law (here and here) and they are giving the public, including employers, the opposite impression of legitimacy. They use an old technique of speaking out of both sides of their mouth.
1. I am putting this link first and recommending you read through this FAQ: https://www.jccf.ca/mandatory-covid-vaccine-faqs/.
This Canadian organization has a lot of information on their website.
Note: Personally I feel more comfortable with the letter they have put together (rather than an NOL) because it is straightforward: https://www.jccf.ca/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/2021-08-31-Employer-Vaccine-Requirement-Template-Letter.docx.
Maybe readers who have tried either this or the NOL type instead (notices of liability) could comment below (see other points below). It would be good to hear about what kind of results people have had with the legal system or using letters of any kind. If you or a legal advisor thinks an NOL letter would have more impact and you have limited resources anyway for now (maybe a class action lawsuit is possible however), then use your best judgment and advice available to you.
Be aware of what we are up against and be skeptical of relying too much on experts of all kinds you don’t personally know. Maybe I’m one of the few who is going to say this but counterintelligence is a reality and even the most knowledgeable people have allegiances to systems they don’t understand as well as they think they do.
None of us know enough and we have to make do with what we have, including the system in place, and with our intuition and judgment about others and their advice.
3. This is a good interview a Stratford Ontario lawyer. One of the hosts is from Canada – from https://canadianrightswatch.com/. Listen: https://soundcloud.com/mckenty-the-shift/tfaf-13-nicholas-wansbutter-esq-on-informed-consent. Different angles.
(The following video summarizes only the Criminal Code aspect: https://rumble.com/vlrkv0-canadian-lawyer-on-vaccine-passports..html. As he mentions in the long interview, maybe private prosecutions are a possibility for some people.)
4. vaccinechoicecanada.com. You can find the interviews they have with Canadian constitutional lawyer Rocco Galati, with other lawyers, with COVID health experts and intelligent voices in alternative media. https://www.brighteon.com/channels/vaccinechoicecanada
On their website they have the Galati lawsuit from 2020. I’m not sure of its status in the courts. The point is we shouldn’t rely on one person’s organization or one lawyer. We should do what we can collectively or individually (and work together also). See the points of advice in the first link above #1 about trying to get your union or association involved, etc. Talk to others and organize anyway.
5. Rocco Galati’s organization https://www.constitutionalrightscentre.ca/. Lots of information.
6. Paula Tucci from Stand Up Canada http://standupcanada.solutions/ – interview with Vaccine Choice Canada here:
https://www.brighteon.com/871377ba-46de-4c4c-8e37-e8ff13ce7946. NOL included.
7. Info about how Toyota employees organized about medical privacy issues prior to the vaccine mandates: https://kimberlyneudorf.com/toyota-info/. Updates on this situation would be welcome.
8. Labour lawyers have been interviewed on mainstream news:
Particular firm’s YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_TU8fWfvlUxi6PU0VhJbAw with many videos on this topic.
Here are more sites that include legal resources and other types of sites that are more general to do with organizing and networking. If you want to highlight certain organizations or websites, feel free to comment.
9. The Freedom Organization: https://thefreedomorg.ca/ (intro: https://phoenixwolfj.com/the-freedom-organization-introduction-and-announcement/) On Rumble.com: https://rumble.com/c/c-1089963
15. No More Lockdowns: nomorelockdowns.ca
17. Great research at denisrancourt.ca
18. Social media is an important resource:
Ontario Businesses against Health Pass (I have to do another post on sites like this and on networking – I think you should keep your own personal file of contact information which should be on paper also so that you don’t rely on the Internet and technology)
Telegram has a lot of information and is used heavily by freedom groups. I am new to it.
Apps for communication: for example, Messenger, Skype, Signal, etc.
19. I think this Facebook group is a good resource somebody has compiled on Canada and Ontario’s common law-based court system: Canadian Case Law
20. Finally I’ll mention an umbrella group FreedomRising.ca: https://freedomrising.info/. Many groups and websites are listed as allies, including health groups. There is a list of allies for Canada and an International list. At my site I also try to emphasize Canadian resources which is really what people need for the Canadian system.
21. I look at things in terms of the world as it is now and the world when the current phase of this agenda has played itself out (spelled out in the Open Conspiracy by H. G. Wells for example and by Jacques Attali in A Brief History of the Future). We use the system that we have now and we prepare for the future.
I am open to listening to people who want to suggest new common law constitutions etc. I think going back to basics about philosophy, law and morality is important in any case. I post my own ideas when I can. I don’t think the current system accepts arguments they don’t want to hear because it’s run by a secret society in my view.
I have my biases and comfort levels based on current laws also and my own beliefs.
(By the way, the Charter of Rights is part of the Constitution of Canada, but there is an earlier law still in effect called the Bill of Rightsb.)
Here are two pages where I have info on some pro-freedom groups and resources, which I will try to add to: