I removed my post as I posted that by accident before finishing my thoughts, I do like that ehMac will not save posts you are working on though in this case when replying to something that did not require as much though I forgot to remove it before posting!I can't give an expert opinion on that, as, Im not an expert. I think there's nothing wrong with questioning the government's decisions. Im critical of our provincial government's hamfisted way of locking us down and well, in my opinion, unfairly targeting the many small business owners who were following guidelines carefully and often invested money into that, simply because enough idiots business owners flaunted the rules. But it's merely my own opinion.
I posted a link to something that may shed some light on the constitutional question. Based on what Ive read, church services are not covered by the charter entirely. I think there is currently a challenge to the ford government over allowing churches to have drive in services. It's my opinion that that, should be allowed, for obvious reasons.
I agree there is nothing wrong with questioning our governments decisions, we should very well be keeping them accountable (though not sure how that is possible outside of not electing them next go around).
I am not sure how a church service could not be covered by the charter, it is a peaceful assembly. Though I think it can be suspended if it poses a public threat. Not a lawyer, just someone googling away.
Not sure how practical a drive in service is, I think at that point you might as well just watch online and save the gridlock when the service is over!