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Group of Ontario police officers launches charter challenge of pandemic restrictions

CBC.ca Tuesday, 4 May 2021 ()
A group of 19 Ontario police officers has launched a constitutional challenge against the provincial and federal governments, claiming that enforcing sweeping pandemic health restrictions puts them at odds with their oath to uphold the charter.
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As the country is reeling under the devastating second wave of COVID-19 pandemic, several cities of Madhya Pradesh have been adversely affected by the virus too. Due to surplus in COVID infections, Janta curfew is underway in Bhopal. Police was on strict vigil to ensure the COVID guidelines and...

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