Notice of Liability was revised on Aug 2nd – see below – please disregard previous version.
If you are planning to travel either within or outside of Canada then you will be interested in our newest Notice of Liability (NOL) that addresses the ongoing assault against Canadian citizen’s guaranteed right to travel “without delay or hindrance and to afford the bearer such assistance and protection as may be necessary.”
Action4Canada has compiled this information to assist you in upholding your right to unhindered mobility and to be treated with respect and dignity.
A4C requests a $20 donation for the Notice of Liability to support our on going work.
This document includes step-by step instructions on how to serve the NOL, as well as detailed guidelines on how to respond to Border Services Officers, Health Officials, the RCMP and airline personnel, in response to the unlawful travel mandates, including the ArriveCan App.
Print the Travel NOL and Guidelines
These Guidelines will enable you to travel freely, domestically or internationally, in accordance with the law and your guaranteed rights and freedoms. This document applies to Canadian citizens and permanent residents.
Knowledge is power. Read and be familiar with the contents of this document.
Citizens of Canada and permanent residents have the legal right to travel within, or enter Canada, at will. A valid Canadian passport is all that is required to travel within, or enter, Canada. Requesting additional verification (such as a Driver’s License, address, phone number) is an impingement on the bearer’s fundamental right to freely travel.
Canadian citizens are not required to provide personal/medical information to any border guard, transportation personnel or employee, or public health official.
The Government’s domestic and international travel mandates, including the use of ArriveCAN, are in violation of the Constitution, which is the supreme law of Canada, and envelops the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.