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Anti-lockdown business owner has hearing adjourned to June 10

Stewart, represented by Nirmala Armstrong, requested the adjournment to allow them to "deliver responding materials" for June 10 at 10 a.m. 
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Alexandra Stewart speaking at a Freedom Rally on May 1 at the North Bay waterfront. Photo by Chris Dawson/BayToday.

A controversial anti-lockdown local business owner had her first hearing today via Zoom in connection with non-compliance with a Section 22 order.

Alexandra Stewart's legal representatives have requested a two-week adjournment relating to today's appearance in front of the Superior Court of Justice this morning. 

Stewart, owner of Stewart's Decorating was issued an Order, granted in accordance with section 102 of the Health Protection and Promotion Act., due to further non-compliance with a Section 22 Order issued to her on April 17. 

Stewart, represented by Nirmala Armstrong, requested the adjournment to allow them to "deliver responding materials" for June 10 at 10 a.m. 

Superior Court Justice Gregory Ellies agreed to the endorsement.

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See related: Stewart's Decorating owner vows to fight Health Unit action 

According to the local health unit, Investigations conducted by its inspectors have indicated that Stewart has not complied with the previously issued Section 22 Order, and, as a result, the Health Unit applied to the Superior Court of Justice for relief.   


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