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Canadian pastor says province makes application to ‘lock the doors’ of his church

A Canadian pastor who has kept his Ontario church open contrary to draconian COVID-19 health rules says his province’s Attorney General asked a judge for an “urgent hearing” to “lock the doors” to his place of worship, as a result of a recent Sunday service.

Pastor Henry Hildebrandt of the Church of God located in Aylmer, Ontario, announced the news in a YouTube message posted Wednesday.

In his message, Hildebrandt went over a letter dated April 27 from Ontario Attorney General Doug Downey’s office to the Honourable Mr. Justice Bruce G. Thomas, Regional Senior Justice of the Southwest Region in Ontario.

In the letter, Downey’s office asked the courts to close the Church of God doors because it has been violating the Ontario Reopening Act.

“I have yesterday received instructions from the Attorney General to bring a motion seeking a finding of civil contempt in relation to events on Sunday, April 25, 2021. The Attorney General would then seek, at a subsequent sanctions hearing, fines and an order directing the sheriff to lock the doors of the Respondent church until no gathering size limits apply to the church under the Reopening Ontario Act,” reads a portion of the letter to Justice Thomas from Downey’s office.

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