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February 19, 2021

“Better safe than sorry is the motto of a police state.”

Cara Zwibel, CCLA’s Director of Fundamental Freedoms, sat down with Toronto Life to answer questions about the new hotel quarantine rules, set to take effect on Monday, February 22. The feds have some explaining to do.    

Read the full Q&A here. 

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