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Elizabeth Bernard v. Attorney General of Canada, et al.

By | on Jul 17 2013

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Defending the freedom of Canadians to NOT associate

Elizabeth Bernard is a government employee who has refused to join the public service unions that have represented her colleagues. The unions have made numerous attempts to acquire her home contact information. Elizabeth has thus far resisted these attempts, on the grounds that they are akin to forced association with the union. Elizabeth is going to the Supreme Court of Canada to argue that she (like all Canadians) has the freedom NOT to associate with organizations like unions.

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