The Charter Right to Protest

National Citizens Inquiry

Christopher Scott is the owner of the Whistle Stop Cafe in Mirror, Alberta. When he took a stand against the ongoing measures implemented by the provincial government during COVID, Chris became a target for law enforcement and the government agencies. Chris stated, “I decided that I was going to exercise my constitutionally protected Charter right to protest. And I opened my restaurant in protest of government policies that were not aligned with what our rights as Canadians are. (52 minutes)

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