JCCF ordered to pay over $150K in costs after failed lawsuit against vaccine mandates at Seneca

The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms (JCCF) has been ordered to pay over $150K in costs after a failed lawsuit against Seneca College regarding its vaccine mandates. Superior Court Judge William D Black said that JCCF was “riding… the twin horses of advocate and interested party” and would be liable to pay costs. “It is apparent based on these materials that the JCCF actively and continuously promoted this case on its website, and inserted itself in the ‘cause’ being litigated, rather than maintaining the posture of dispassionate advocate,” read the ruling. National Post Reporter Tyler Dawson writes that the court seems to have made the decision taking into consideration the plaintiffs’ inability to pay costs and the JCCF’s fundraising related to the case. Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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