Winnipeg sets up COVID-1984 snitch line?

According to a report by LifeSite News, a Catholic online news service, the Winnipeg City Police have set up a COVID snitch line where neighbours and family can turn in people for supposedly breaking the city’s COVID lockdown rules. Winnipeg is the capital city of Manitoba, a province located in central Canada.

LifeSite News reports:

WINNIPEG, Manitoba, November 12, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) –  Police in a central Canadian city are actively encouraging their citizens to make use of COVID-19 “snitch lines” to call out large private gatherings, and promise they will “intervene” as needed to fine those found violating the law. […]

Allison Pejovic, a Winnipeg-based lawyer and a member of the Manitoba bar for the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms (JCCF), told LifeSiteNews that the Winnipeg Police snitching policy is a “dangerous road” which could lead to a society where “regular people are treated like criminals.” […]

“When neighbors…

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