Canadas Bill C-7 is the latest piece of the CdnPoliceStateAgenda. This bill is the third version of it that they have tried to pass over the last 2 years: it was C-42 then C-55 then C-17, now called C-7. This bill is horrific: it gives unlimited power without parliamentary review to 8 different ministers in the form of interim orders, with an explicit exemption from the orders being examined for their legality or constitutionality. It gives these orders under the Quarantine Act, and provides National Defense with a reserve pool of military judges to prepare for the event of martial law, so it's truly frightening; all of us who have examined the bill feel it must be stopped by any means, although we recognize that stopping legislation in the Senate is rare and very difficult.
The bureaucrats have been testifying all week before the committee, and the questions from the Senators clearly showed that there are a number who are strongly and weakly opposed to it, as well as 2 strongly pushing it (Day and the Chair: Fraser). So that means that there is the possibility, albeit very slim, of stopping the legislation. The government stacked the deck by sending it to the Transport committee instead of Legal and Constitutional Affairs where it belongs, as this is watershed legislation that is manifestly FraudulentLegislation.
Questions Canadians needed to ask included:
Why is the Senate considering giving 8 different Ministers the Executive power on their sole authority to issue Interim Orders in lieu of laws without first consulting Parliament, and exempts the Orders from being even examined in advance for their legality or constitutionality?
Why does the government want to establish a reserve pool of military judges in the event of martial law?
Why is the Senate considering reintroducing searches without warrant?
Can the Interim Orders under the Quarantine Act be used to order forced vaccinations and/or internment as in the US Homeland Security Act?
Why does the government want to removes the protections of the Privacy Act of their personal data collected by the government within Canada?
Why does the government want to give the personal data of Canadian travelers without any control on how the information will be used? If you are black-listed in the United States, will you be black-listed from flying in Canada? What can you do about it if you are?
What is the demonstrable need for Big Brother databases in a free and democratic society? Why does the USA get all the personal data of Canadians even when they are not flying to the US?
See our submission to the Senate Transport Committee :