Cops PRESSURED by health authority to ticket Full Gospel Outreach Church in Saskatchewan | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Cops PRESSURED by health authority to ticket Full Gospel Outreach Church in Saskatchewan

The Full Gospel Outreach Centre church in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan was levied a $14,000 fine in October. It was, at the time, the largest lockdown ticket issued, for failing to force the congregants attending services to wear masks.

The Full Gospel Outreach ministers to Prince Albert’s inner city residents, who are often homeless, substance addicted and suffering from extreme poverty. Part of the mission of the church involves a clothing bank, delivering meals and helping people escape the streets and the captivity of their vices. The church doesn’t have a lot of money and what they do have goes to the most needy.

But all that good work didn’t spare Full Gospel and their pastor, Vern Temple, the wrath of Prince Albert’s mayor, Greg Dionne. The fine was levied for singing without masks and failing to enforce COVID regulations after the church experienced a COVID-19 outbreak that may have spread to it from the local casino. Dionne told reporters that he wanted “strict consequences” for the struggling church, and wanted the those consequences to show that he was part of a “strong government.”

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