In his judgment on Friday, Chief Justice of the Federal Court Paul S. Crompton rejected all the arguments raised by the plaintiffs.
Applicants, according to him, failed to prove the competing orders
Unfair Considering the situation prevailing in the country.
The Legal Center, which represents a dozen citizens of British Columbia, Alberta and Ontario, argued that the Ottawa Order violates the exclusive jurisdiction of the provinces.
Until February 22, passengers entering Canada by air must be screened for COVID-19 and self-isolate at their own expense for at least three days at an un designated hotel before being allowed to continue their journey. Home Isolation.
According to the plaintiffs’ attorneys, the federal government has not gone so far since 1982 to infringe on the rights of citizens who have not committed any crime under the law.
However, Judge Crampton considers the plaintiffs
Failed to establish that their constitutional rights had been violated.
According to the magistrate, they failed to prove that their right to freedom of movement had been violated against the violation of their right to freedom of movement, unfair searches and seizures. The help and inference of a lawyer is naive.
The judge also held that the plaintiffs had not been deprived of their right to reasonable bail or their right to protection from cruel or extraordinary punishment.
Although the court recognizes that competing activities are a specific violation of freedom, the judge says that this violation was committed.
In accordance with the principles of basic justice.
Similarly, even if the court decides that a government-approved accommodation or a designated isolated facility is pending to obtain the results of the 1-day trial, it does not apply. Not an arbitrary detention, The magistrate explains.
A complicated case
Both plaintiffs challenged another earlier order in federal court, which was required, among others
Failure to arrive in Canada with a negative result from the latest COVID-19 molecular test will result in the passenger being isolated at the designated facility..
In the particular case of one of the plaintiffs, Mrs. Mathis, the judge acknowledged that the manner in which the First Order was enacted by Ottawa in January violates the freedoms guaranteed by Article 9 and paragraph 10B of the Charter. With arbitrary detention or imprisonment.
He had concealed the location of the designated isolation facility where the results of his Day 1 trial were pending, and had not been duly informed of his right to retain legal advice and give him instructions., The Magistrate indicates.
Such violations cannot be justified in a free democratic society, He recalled. However, she will not be granted any claim as the relevant section is not mentioned in the notice of complaint regarding the constitutional question.
In conclusion, Judge Crampton explains it
Principles for basic justice allow for more stringent border restrictions By the Government when the conditions under the Isolation Act are met.
Mandatory isolation for travelers coming from outside Canada Should be fully elevated in early July For those who received two doses of the vaccine, the federal government reported on June 9.