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Mask Exemption: Ontario Regulatory Enforcement Counterstrike

It looks like FordNation just made it a LOT easier, and potentially MUCH MORE REWARDING to pursue legal recourse against the #MaskMandate in the Ontario At Work jurisdiction because suddenly we can hit the courts for #MaskExemption refusals which occurred after the date which the province-wide mask mandate came into effect, which was 0001EDT on Saturday October 3rd, 2020.

You can download the PDF directly from our mirror of or just perv the embed embedded below.

We're already helping with a case in which a party was subject to extortion (threat of eviction for having claimed exemption from the Mandatory Mask provision of the O. Reg 364/20 2.4, or Toronto By-Law 541-2020 and Toronto By-Law 664-2020).

This claimant was formally served with a NOTICE OF INFRACTION of the "Mandatory Mask Bylaw" at approx 1700EDT on October 2nd, 2020. As a result, this claimant may be provided with legal recourse via the Reopening Ontario (A Flexible Response to COVID-19) Act, 2020 in the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, and NOT just the Municipal Bylaw Enforcement Tribunal..

Municipal Bylaw awards are limited to a ceiling of approx 50K, as they're an Administrative Tribunal (Bylaw Enforcement) award. There is no such ceiling on Superior Court of Ontario judgements.
I need to run this by legal counsel, but I'm pretty much certain that this is a golden ticket for our cause. If ANYBODY has been denied service after 12:01AM EDT, October 3rd 2020, they may also have a claim.
I'm not a lawyer, but I am well versed in applicable legislation, and I do have an axe to grind against the Province for its universal deceit, so Covfefe Operations is officially open to assisting in the pursuit of legal remedy for Residential Counterstrikes.

Stay tuned to The Real Mask Sickness for updates