Canadian businesses are in a serious crisis.
Over 200,000 small businesses in Canada are projected to close in the next 12 months. While big-box retailers are seeing record profits, small businesses are being disproportionately harmed by emergency mandates that are arbitrary, unfair and ever-changing. The government has not provided owners with any opportunity for open dialogue, nor have they been transparent with the decision-making process itself. Entrepreneurs have had enough, and they are saying No More!
If Costco, Walmart and Super-centres can remain open, ALL businesses can open safely following the same guidelines.
We have create two Small Business Packages that you can use as tools to open your business. 1. Common Law provides an easy-to-use Notice of Liability and Notice of Trespass.2. Canadian Bill of Rights; reclaim your rights and pacify the police who do NOT have an opt-out, unlike the Charter's notwithstanding clause. The police are obliged to uphold the rights stated in this document - this is not the case with the Charter.
Access the Business Packages:https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1G9E_vHxuiok1AgepsEu8OoGh0YJ5Lq9c?usp=sharing
Watch the Small Business Panel Recording to hear from other business owners who have opened their business: https://youtu.be/Wv678fjZpYY
In addition, we are working with Canadian business associations, MPPs, councillors and a legal team to challenge the narrative and demand the government re-evaluate the Emergency Act using the Oakes test as the basis of the argument. The Oakes test was created by the Supreme Court of Canada in the 1986 case of R v Oakes. This test interprets section 1 of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms that states that rights are guaranteed, “subject only to such reasonable limits as can be demonstrably justified in a free and democratic society.”. Meaning the government must establish that the benefits of a law outweigh its negative impact, and we know they will be challenged to pass this test.
Contact us at RebeccaStand4THEE@gmail.com to learn more or for support when opening your business.