Open Letters from Members
As active and retired members of various police services across this great country, we recognize our sworn oath to uphold the Constitution of Canada, including the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, and we intend on upholding that oath in everything that we do.
Before our first month closes, we have the honour of publishing another piece from active-duty officers, this time from Alberta.
Similar to our letter, they express many concerns with their local Public Health Orders and pose a question to their fellow officers:
Can you stand by while the people’s rights are infringed? Have a read.
Across Canada, the Charter of Rights and Freedoms is the supreme law of the land and must be upheld by all law enforcement.
If you agree, #RememberYourOath and join our cause.
In less than a month since we published our letter requesting clarification to the constitutionality of our Public Health Orders in Ontario, active duty officers in Nova Scotia have penned their own.
Similar to our letter, they express many concerns with their local Public Health Orders and are requesting the same clarifications. Have a read.
It does not matter where you are in Canada, the Charter of Rights and Freedoms must be upheld by all law enforcement. If you agree, #RememberYourOath and join our cause.
Citizens of Ontario, Ontario’s Chiefs of Police, Police Associations, Premier of Ontario, Ministry of the Attorney General, Ministry of the Solicitor General, Municipal Politicians, Public Health Officials.
We are Police Officers and know many other officers that support the following message.
We are excited to present, Question Tuesday with Constitutional lawyer Rocco Galati, where he addresses questions you’ve asked of us. Knowledge is power.
Police On Guard’s Chris Vandenbos is joined by a 14 year Canadian Armed Forces veteran, Jeremy MacKenzie, “The Raging Dissident” to discuss what is happening to Canada and it’s people
Thank you George North for joining in support of Police on Guard for Thee.
We’re so grateful to have local newspapers share our message. Check out our article featured in the King Weekly Sentinel.
We will be dedicating our social media posts on Thursdays to reminding Canadians of their rights and the current laws and legislations in place in Canada. Make sure to save and share these posts so you can refer to them when exercising your rights in public.
Thank you Eric Prud’homme for joining in support of Police on Guard for Thee.