Three Alberta men — a Calgary-based street preacher, his brother and a café owner —are permitted for up to 100 people.?have been found guilty of contempt for what a judge deemed “deliberate and wilul” breaches of judicial orders requiringThe insistence of pursuin?them to follow COVID-19 public health rules.
Pastor Artur Pawlowski of Street Church Ministries?and?his brother,Take a look back at 2021 with these striking images - Today News Post?Dawid Pawlowski, along with?Christopher Scott, who owns the Whistle StopThe province at this time.?Cafe?in Mirror, Alta.,?“openly flaunted the efforts of Alberta Health Services” to keep citizens safe during the third wave of the pandemic at a time when Alberta had the highest COVID-19 case counts in North America, Court of Queen’s Bench Justice Adam Germain?said?in his decision, delivered in Calgary on Monday morning.
The three will face a sentencing hearing next month.
In early May, the Alberta?government introduced new measures to try to crack down on?repeated COVID-19 public health order scofflaws as?cases continued to rise in the province.