Canada, British Columbia: Proposed class action against public health officer Bonnie Henry begins

Proposed Class Action Against Bonnie Henry Begins

Dec 27, 2022 | BlogGeneral News | 0 comments

Proposed Class Action Against Bonnie Henry Begins

The lawsuits continue to pile up against health authorities for their actions in battling SARS-CoV-2. This segment touches on the Class-Action certification hearings in British Columbia, where a group known as the Canadian Society for the Advancement of Science in Public Policy (CSASPP) have filed legal action against Dr Bonnie Henry. Due to provincial legislation in British Columbia, this type of hearing is required to certify a legal action as a Class Action Suit. Essentially, that means that a small group of representatives can represent a larger group of people who allege they have suffered similar damages from the action(s) of the defendant(s).

It was encouraging to hear that the courtroom was packed and the Judge gave fair consideration to having the matter broadcasted, despite the expected resistance of the government lawyers. Interestingly enough, no legacy media outlets were present or even acknowledged this event.

We wish the CSASPP the best of the luck in their endeavor and hope for fair hearings as they move forward with this matter.

As the lawsuits continue to pile up, we hope that the public health officials will take note that their heavy-handed, demonstrably unjustified response to Covid 19 was inexcusable and groups such as the CSASPP will continue to hold them accountable through the legal avenues available.

Dec 27, 2022 | BlogGeneral News | 0 comments

Proposed Class Action Against Bonnie Henry Begins

The lawsuits continue to pile up against health authorities for their actions in battling SARS-CoV-2. This segment touches on the Class-Action certification hearings in British Columbia, where a group known as the Canadian Society for the Advancement of Science in Public Policy (CSASPP) have filed legal action against Dr Bonnie Henry. Due to provincial legislation in British Columbia, this type of hearing is required to certify a legal action as a Class Action Suit. Essentially, that means that a small group of representatives can represent a larger group of people who allege they have suffered similar damages from the action(s) of the defendant(s).

It was encouraging to hear that the courtroom was packed and the Judge gave fair consideration to having the matter broadcasted, despite the expected resistance of the government lawyers. Interestingly enough, no legacy media outlets were present or even acknowledged this event.

We wish the CSASPP the best of the luck in their endeavor and hope for fair hearings as they move forward with this matter.

As the lawsuits continue to pile up, we hope that the public health officials will take note that their heavy-handed, demonstrably unjustified response to Covid 19 was inexcusable and groups such as the CSASPP will continue to hold them accountable through the legal avenues available.

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