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Worshippers, protesters fined $1,800 in British Columbia Headlines

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January 15, 2021

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CWN Editor's Note: “Participating in a worship service in B.C. has been contrary to public health orders since Nov. 19 and can lead to a $2,300 [$1,811 USD] fine,” according to the report. “A number of British Columbian worshippers have been on the receiving end of those tickets, some for holding religious services, others for protesting the orders without collecting names and numbers of all fellow protesters.”

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