In a statement, the Legal Center said it would represent eight Antarians, who refused to be vaccinated for personal reasons.
The plaintiffs allege that the Ontario government violated their rights under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
The center, based in Alberta, sent a warning to the government last month, urging it to withdraw its initiative on such a vaccine document for reasons of rights and freedoms.
Only Antarctica or people with heart disease who are allergic to any vaccine are excluded from proving their vaccine status while traveling.
Private fears or apprehensions for others
Sarah Lamb, who lives in Kitchener, was one of the complainants. She said she has been suffering from a number of conditions since receiving the first dose of the vaccine.
She adds that her health condition did not allow her to complete her vaccination and that she did not succeed in obtaining medical exemption.
Also according to the press release, Sarah explained to her part that Hargey is pregnant and that she has a diploma in nursing and public health.
Ms. Harji said she was concerned about her health and the effects of the vaccine on her baby. She further argues that there are no scientific studies on the long-term effects of COVID-19 vaccines and their safety.
Evan Kraenbrink is a paramedic who decided to wait before he got immunized to get more data on the effects of vaccines on health.
Mr Krainebrink said he also had religious beliefs
He relies solely on God to decide what to do with his body.
The press release also cited the case of gym owner Sam Sabourin in Ottawa. The 29-year-old Antarion did not want to be vaccinated because he valued his freedom of movement and the freedom of his clients.
He refused to control his customers at the entrance to his establishment and to bar entry to those who were not immune, as he said he would welcome any person there without discrimination.
Vaccine passport and QR code
From October 22, Antarians will be required to submit a QR code on their immune status if they wish to enter facilities that they deem unnecessary.
Businesses and companies that refuse to apply this measure can be fined up to $ 10,000,000 and their owners face a maximum of one year in prison.
Lawyer George Pineda, who represents the Legal Center, said the vaccine would apply to laws that make passport clients unconstitutional or violate human rights.
But none of the Ontarians should be pressured to discriminate and exclude a section of the population for personal reasons or for private medical decisions., He argues.
Adds your pineda called the vaccine passport
Coercion is an illegal and morally unethical instrument.
It was a small attempt to withdraw the charter and make its defenses meaningless, He writes.
He stressed that complainants are also entitled to make decisions about their health according to their good judgment.
The Legal Center for Constitutional Freedom finally declared that the manufacturers of the messenger RNA vaccine did not guarantee that their products would prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
A date has not yet been set for an appeal hearing in Ontario Divisional Court.
Ontario is not alone in demanding vaccine proof; All Canadian provinces have already introduced such a passport, which must be submitted to access certain places. Newfoundland and Labrador are the last Canadian provinces to implement it; It is mandatory from October 22nd.