It was a beautiful service and one that will forever hold a special place in my heart. What an honour to be asked to come to the front and stand next to these men also speaking out against the tyrannical mandates and lockdowns we were seeing in our communities.
I was issued a summons (1 of 11), for attending this church service. On September 22nd, I stood in my own private capacity as a woman and was convicted guilty for going against the RAO and fined 10k for attending church, as in their words "I was not just a participant, but leading the way."
I stand on my word I did nothing wrong, am not guilty and caused no harm against anyone. But here we are, where they acknowledge our rights and freedoms have been infringed upon, but with reasonable cause that infringement is allowed. Define reasonable cause? Is there a definition? How vague can this be and what doors does this open to allow more of our rights and freedoms to be trampled because "they say so."
This is not the end. I will be appealing the conviction and charge. I will not allow their bullying tactics to break me or damper my spirit. I trust in God that he uses all situations to bring light and glory to His name and vindication will come.
Here we are Canada, where you can be charged 10k for attending church. I will be appealing and seeking legal counsel.
I am reaching out to the community to ask for help (which is hard to do) with upcoming legal battles and fees, to appeal this charge and fight against other charges. I will always continue to stand up for our rights and freedoms as Canadian Citizens, to the best of my ability.
I am so grateful for each and everyone of you and will continue to do my best to serve our community and be a voice, however I can. Thank you for lifting me up, encouraging me, supporting me and keeping me going during these times. I love you all so much and appreciate every single one of you near and far!
If there is an excess in funds by your glorious generosity, money will be donated to Canadian Frontline Nurses to continue to fight and our legal battles against the College of Nurses of Ontario, our Defamation lawsuit and our Federal lawsuit re the EMA. Your contribution is truly appreciated and means the world to us.