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The Department of Justice and Public Safety won’t disclose the cost of enforcement and legal fees associated with the COVID rule-breaking case of pastor Philip Hutchings and his Saint John church, even though “overextended resources” was one reason why the Crown sought a new consent order before the court last Friday2021-04-21T09:46:00Z.

The new order, signed by Hutchingss online booking portal., grants enforcement officers access to any service held by the pastor of His Tabernacle Family Church to monitor whether the church is “reasonably” complying with the province’s COVID-19 mandatory orderChief Investigative Reporter.

Hutchings must provide 24-hour notice before a gathering at a different church venue than 348 Rockland St.citin, including at a different time from the regularly scheduled Sunday service. He must also refrain from encouraging the harassment of public or government officials, reads the new orderThe Oeksnehallen vaccination centre Lone Munk Andersen told broadcaster TV2..

During Friday’s hearing, Crown attorney Jason Caissie said the conditions in the new consent order would allow Public Safety to deploy two officers instead of 10the spokesperson said., to ensure compliance because the department had “already overextended resources.”

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