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Coates released with $1,500 fine

Coates, wearing a mask and orange prison overalls told the judge: “I’m not a political revolutionary.”

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Embattled Pastor James Coates is set to be released after being jailed, in solitary confinement, for more than a month because he refused to stop preaching. But he's leaving prison with the harsh words of Judge Jeffrey Champion ringing in his ears. Coates' lawyers expected him to be released in the afternoon following the paperwork at the Edmonton Remand Centre. Coates and his lawyers all

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Dave Naylor is the News Editor of the Western Standard and the Vice-President: News Division of Western Standard New Media Corp. He has served as the City Editor of the Calgary Sun and has covered Alberta news for nearly 40 years. dnaylor@westernstandardonline.com

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  1. C.T. Smith

    April 2, 2021 at 7:17 pm

    meanwhile, rapists and murderers go free.

  2. Sonja Farrell

    March 23, 2021 at 10:59 am

    The last thing as Albertans should be to listen to Rachel Notley! Clear indication this “Covid Catastrophe” is socialist driven.

  3. John Kaptein

    March 23, 2021 at 6:31 am

    Incredible that this judge can champion a 1500 fine on this fine pastor when The judge had a choice to give a $100 fine for a freedom fighter of the Gospel. Is this bully politics or what? He should be ashamed of himself but someday his hate for truth will have to be answered before the judge of all judges, God himself. What a disgrace he is to the justice system! May the Lord have mercy on his soul.

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Moe calls Unified Grassroots founder

Following the Western Standard article on Ness’ appeal for an audience with the Saskatchewan premier, he gave her a call and talked for more than an hour.

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By LEE HARDING Unified Grassroots founder Nadine Ness finally got a phone call from Premier Scott Moe, one week and 20,000 YouTube viewers after her online request` to talk. In a subsequent video posted December 4 entitled simply A Message From Nadine Ness, President of Unified Grassroots, the retired RCMP officer said the premier called her the evening of December 3. “I'm gonna give cr

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Bernier given vote of confidence by PPC members

Bernier received the support of 95.6% of members.

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The leadership of Maxime Bernier in the People's Party of Canada has been given an overwhelming show of support by members. Party Executive Director, Daniel Tyrie, announced Saturday that with 15,454 votes cast and a voter participation rate of 57.5%, Bernier received the support of 95.6% of members, who had to answer Yes or No to the following question: Do you support Maxime Bernier remaining

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Sask Polytech ditches vax policy but burdens unvaxxed with testing costs

The Justice Centre is unsatisfied with the response of Sask Polytech and reiterated its intention to pursue legal action against the institution and against the University of Saskatchewan over its requirement for staff and students to be vaccinated for COVID-19.

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By LEE HARDING The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms is unsatisfied with the decision of Saskatchewan Polytech to reverse its vaccination requirement for staff and students because the institute does not recognize natural immunity and imposes testing costs on the unvaccinated. On November 19, the Justice Centre sent Sask Polytech and the University of Saskatchewan&nbs

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