To end all Declarations of Emergency in Canada due to lack of justifiable evidence made available on behalf of the Crown.
Our collective notice is a multi-step call to action (collective digital letter signing, emails and individual letter submission) that directly benefits from your support, continued engagement and desire to re-examine how to co-exist with government.
Throughout this process we will invite you to re-examine and challenge the language we are presented with on a daily basis, how words have the ability to empower or imprison us and how effective letter writing can hold the key to good government and your freedom.
WHAT IS THIS NOTICE?
A collective digital Notice to the Lieutenant Governors of the Ten Provinces and the Commissioner of the Northwest Territories, with the Governor General of Canada in Copy, requesting disclosure of all medical evidence and jurisprudence that was used to declare the initial Provincial and Territorial emergencies, as well as the the ongoing evidence that ensures their continued renewal.
WHY A NOTICE INSTEAD OF A PETITION?
The word petition, by definition, means to humbly submit a request to a superior authority, which our government is not.
They are representatives of We, the people.
A Notice is an action undertaken by a man or woman protecting his or her rights and enforcing the liability of those who are causing or facilitating harm. It is a powerful, lawful remedy using fundamental law and the rules of commerce to hold corporate entities (including corporate government) accountable as they inflict for-profit harm on men, women and children.
By choosing the Notice path, you are opting to stand inside of your Constitutional power and exercise your rights through non-adversarial, informative and empowered actions.
WHY ARE WE ADDRESSING THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR & COMMISSIONER?
Because the Canadian monarch is shared equally amongst the ten provinces of Canada a lieutenant governors’ primary task is to perform the Queen’s constitutional duties on her behalf, acting within the principles of parliamentary democracy and responsible government as a guarantor of continuous and stable governance, and as a nonpartisan safeguard against the abuse of power.
The three northern territories fall under the jurisdiction of Commissioner of the Northwest Territories. Appointed by the Governor-in-Council of Canada on the recommendation of the Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, the Commissioner is the federal government’s representative in the north and the Chief Executive Officer of the Northwest Territories.
Meaning, all regulations, orders and legislation, on the advice of the cabinet, is ultimately the responsibility of the Lieutenant Governor, as representative of Her Majesty the Queen or the Commissioner, as appointed by the Governor General.
Everything begins and ends with them.