Legal action filed against Seneca on behalf of four students over vaccine mandate

The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms has filed legal action against Seneca College on behalf of four students who are not allowed on campus after deciding not to receive COVID-19 vaccines. JCCF previously wrote to Seneca about two of the students, and threatened to take legal action if the vaccine mandate was not lifted for them. The four students allege that Seneca has breached its contract with them. The Toronto Sun reports that Seneca offered no comment on the case, but referred reporters to its college vaccine policy. Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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