BELLEVILLE, ON, Oct. 10 /CNW Telbec/ - Stephen Harper, Tony Clement and
others are named Defendants in a civil action filed in the Superior Court of
Ontario as Court File No. CV-08-0296-00. The Plaintiffs are Freedom of Choice
in Health Care Inc and Trueman Tuck and the Statement of Claim was filed in
Belleville on Friday October 10th 2008.
The lawsuit is a continuation of the massive grassroots' uprising that
occurred as a direct result of Harper's and Clement's introduction of Bills
C-51 and C-52 in April 2008 and the Conservative Party of Canada's ongoing
broken promises made to the Health Freedom Movement with regards to the
Liberal's July 1st 1997 and January 1st 2004 ongoing initiatives.
The Plaintiffs seek a declaration that the Natural Health Products
Regulations, SOR/2003-196 are invalid as they have not been approved by the
Joint Parliament and Senate Subcommittee on Agenda and Procedure pursuant to
the Statutory Instruments Act, R.S. 1985 c. s-22, and cannot be because of the
jurisdictional and authority issues raised since 1997 by the Plaintiffs.
These ongoing Liberal and Conservative federal initiatives are massive
intrusions into exclusive areas of Provincial jurisdiction, such as; civil,
property, food and health.
Stephen Harper and his Party had promised to fully respect the Provincial
jurisdiction, now instead are aggressively expanding federal intrusion by
continuing to federally regulate ultra safe nutrient rich dietary food
supplements in the same manner as deadly and dangerous synthetic drugs.
The Plaintiffs are seeking the immediate termination of the ongoing
implementation of January 1st 2004 Natural Health Product Regulations and to
prevent any possible reintroduction of Bills C-51 and C-52 regardless of
whether the Conservatives or Liberals form the next government in the new
The legal grounds are that these products are ultra safe and as they do
not pose any danger in regards to adulteration and / or fraud and or use that
can justify criminal charges under section 91 (27) of the British North
America Act, 1867 there is no lawful federal constitutional jurisdiction to
authorize such extreme federal regulatory intervention as is being done.
These important issues and Bill C-420 were extensively dealt with in the
37th and 38th Parliaments, as well as in the 1998 Federal Standing Committee
on Health's Report and the dissenting opposition party's Reports.
The Plaintiffs are seeking injunctions and other relief to force all of
the Defendants to comply fully with the Implied Bill of Rights, Written and
Unwritten Constitution, including but not limited to the Charter of Rights and
Freedoms, the Canadian Bill of Rights and the British North America Act of
1867 and the British Rule of Common Law as defined on the Privy Council of
For further information:
For further information: David Rowland, Independent Candidate, Parry
Sound Muskoka, www.drdavidrowland.ca; Trueman Tuck, Plaintiff, (613) 921-1928,
Fax: (613) 771-1435, www.freedomofchoiceinhealthcare.ca;