The JCFF said they are representing seven churches, a minister, a deacon, the owners of a restaurant in Winkler, and an individual
The Justice Centre has informed the Brian Pallister government that declaring drive-in religious services to be outlawed by the Public Health Order violates the fundamental freedoms...
The Angus Reid poll shows Kenney at 40 per cent approval from people within his province while Pallister is at 32 per cent.
Pallister said the new security is being brought in after shoppers jammed box stores buying non-essential good last weekend.
Only schools and essential businesses will be allowed to operate in the province that has the highest rate-per-capita in the country.
"Now is our time of great need," said Alberta Premier Jason Kenney
While Jason Kenney only had 42 per cent support, John Horgan came in at a whopping 69 per cent.