In these trying days of the Covid-19 Pandemic, governments across Canada have imposed restrictions on individual liberties, claiming to act under emergency public health orders.  While many provisions of these orders may be justifiable in this situation, some are not and would not stand scrutiny under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.  As we write this blog, in Nova Scotia, there are numerous restrictions in place which affect Charter-protected rights.  While many of these restrictions are common sense response to the current Covid-19 Pandemic, some of the restrictions are clearly overreach and cannot be justified as restrictions on individual rights.   Read The Full Blog Post