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Have you been denied service for not wearing a mask? Have you been kicked out of a store, or humiliated by the “mask police”?
We want to help you take a stand — and fight back!
Every mask law in Canada has a list of exemptions. These exemptions are not technicalities or loopholes — they’re an essential part of the law and any store that refuses to comply with them is breaking the law.
Kicking you out of a store for not wearing a mask is legally the same as kicking you out of a store for being in a wheelchair — it is discrimination and it’s illegal. And in Canada, there are 14 different “human rights commissions” where you can sue stores for violating your rights — and all of them are free. You don’t need a lawyer, and you don’t have to pay to file a complaint. In fact, some human rights commissions even have staff lawyers to help you file a complaint.
We want to help you take a stand to protect your rights, so we hired some lawyers to create this website to show you how to do it.
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