The last year hasn’t been easy on anyone. We love highlighting the positive interactions between the Police and the Public. We know that during these difficult times, featuring these stories are very important and they exist everywhere if you look for them.
With the upcoming Easter weekend we wanted to highlight the areas that apply in law to the fundamental freedoms surrounding religion and the possible consequences of disturbing religious worship. Watch the Rebel News video of how GraceLife Church members interacted with the police.
What possible criminal jeopardy could an individual face If public health legislation is misinterpreted and wrongly applied?
Police on Guard for Thee.’s, Lee Keane, a retired RCMP officer, wrote a letter to BC local news addressing the concerning trend we’re seeing with churches being issued fines. It is an offence to interfere with church services under Section 176(1) of the Criminal Code of Canada and any citizen can lay a private information at any courthouse.
These past 10 months have brought immense challenges on a global scale. Everything from job losses to the deaths of loved ones have left so many searching for answers, answers that can’t always be found in conventional sources. Many faith-based individuals rely on attending church to find answers and to support their mental and physical health, especially now.