Earlier this week an elderly couple attended Buck & Jo’s a Wingham restaurant and placed their meal order. Before paying they had some sort of break down and started yelling and swearing. “These are the Fuck Trudeau people!” and started to storm out.
Customers in the restaurant were laughing loudly, especially after one customer said “That’s alright, he didn’t want to cook for you anyway”. To which the Trudeau lover screamed out “Fuck YOU”, which triggered even more laughter.
Jo, co-owner of Buck & Jo’s chimed in with a very happy and pleasant “have a nice day”, which caused even more laughter as the sheeple scurried away.
It should be noted that the only ones that were swearing in the restaurant were the Trudeau supporters.
What started off as a complaint regarding a F-Trudeau flag flying at Buck & Jo’s in Wingham, Ontario continues to have ripple effects. The shocking admission from current North Huron CAO Dwayne Evans that his corporation’s by-laws only apply to property owned by the corporation, as described in the by-laws, has left hundreds of taxpayers realizing they have been victimized, bullied and fined without cause.
North Huron’s animal control by-law 88-2019 does not apply to private property according to CAO Evans latest assertions. This means all of their by-laws only apply to land owned by the corporation known as North Huron.
Dogs that never leave their property therefore do not need to pay the “dog tax” or register their pet with “town hall”, submit a photo, and pay for a tag. Only those renting from the corporation would be subject to the by-law, or anyone else living in the corporation’s buildings (living in the corporation).
100’s of dog owners now realize North Huron’s dog tax is likely illegal, and was never meant to be enforced on private property.
If your dog leaves the property to use a dog park, then your dog will need to follow whatever rules they come up with. Technically it’s their property, so they can make up the rules. So if your pet never goes on the town’s property, or use any of it’s services, it clearly would not need to follow any of their rules or pay their taxes.
If you have a house dog and have been coerced into paying the dog tax, you should contact your representative on council regarding a rebate for the all the years you were forced to pay this tax by an overreaching by-law department.
Next council meeting is 6pm, Tuesday at Wingham Town Hall.
A by-law for the licensing, regulating and requiring registration of dogs and kennels; for imposing a license fee on owners; and for prohibiting or regulating the running at large of dogs within the Township of North Huron 2.23. “Township” shall mean the Corporation of the Township of North Huron.
Wingham is once again gaining international attention after another epic standoff downtown. This time Town Hall finally admitted they don’t have authority on private land, and therefore their past actions are illegal, worthy of imprisonment and criminal charges.
The sign at Buck & Jo’s stating “All charter rights will be defended on this property, it would be wise not to test our resolve” and a Don’t Tread On Me flag serves as a warning to those that believe they are superior and can tell other people how to live. By-law enforcement ignored those warnings to their peril.
Virtually every day of the week you can see Canadian flags on vehicles parked downtown Wingham, as Freedom Fighters and Guardians of Democracy make the pilgrimage to the front line downtown Wingham at Buck & Jo’s, where Freedom refuses to die.
Another victory is being declared in the 12+ year battle to liberate Wingham from an abusive and corrupt authoritarian regime. In 2019 it was the disbanding of the Wingham Police, and today (23July2023) all of Wingham has been liberated from corrupt and overreaching by-law enforcement officers.
Winghamites can now have a political sign, a chicken in their backyard, grow vegetables on their front lawn or even grow wild flowers without the constant stress and fear that Town Hall will abuse their power and trespass, harass, threaten & fine. You are now free to live your life as you see fit, provided you do not violate anyone else’s Rights, if you do it would be a civil or criminal matter depending on the circumstances.
North Huron CAO Dwayne Evans finally admitted his corporation’s by-laws only pertain to the lands described in the by-laws, which is land owned by the corporation. This has ended a 266 day stand-off between by-law enforcement and Buck & Jo’s, a restaurant in the heart of Wingham, Ontario. At least one of the signs will forever be on display to honor this victory and to further demonstrate/prove to the Public that by-law enforcement never had authority on private land.
North Huron was one of the few remaining “corporations/municipalities” to use by-law enforcement to target dissidents on private property. This admission from CAO Evans opens North Huron up for possible litigation from past victims to recover legal costs and punitive damages. CAO Dwayne Evan’s only other option was to follow through on their threat to seize signs at Buck & Jo’s.
Buck & Jo’s, a Wingham restaurant, is refusing to fly the rainbow flag due to the number of people that came in and attempted to have a conversation about “trans gender” pre-teens.
“It is deplorable how some children are being exploited for likes and shares on social media, and for profit. The traditional media openly promotes and talks about children and their sexuality in an attempt to normalize this child abuse. Anyone talking to children about sex without the express written permission from the parents, should be arrested for grooming/luring/pedophilia.”
July will be Man Month at Buck & Jo’s. A month of uncensored man advice from standing your ground, defending your property, to the trans-scam.
Man Month starts July 1, aka Firefighter Appreciation Day. Everyone is strongly encouraged to attend their local fireworks display and thank/hug a firefighter for being true Heroes that are willing to risk their lives on a daily basis to save lives and property.
If you really want to thank these heroes, check your smoke detectors and replace the batteries regularly.
Moments after Doug Ford announced that the vaccine passport system would eventually be put in place, a Wingham restaurant declared it would not participate and would close instead of participating in segregation. A photo of a Canadian flag planted in the middle of their dining room went viral, along with a chair set aside for HPPH to do the vax-pass if they wished. These became symbols of hope during the apocalypse, some driving hours to get a photo.
On 05Nov HPPH rudely dropped off an order which clearly stated if the restaurant wanted to keep the dining room open they would have to start checking photo ID and personal health information of its customers starting 12Nov. Upon receiving the order the restaurant immediately locked its doors to avoid non-compliance, risk of fines and being thrown into the system which many believe is broken beyond repair. HPPH officers were rude, non responsive and stormed out in under 2 minutes after throwing the “order” at the owners.
The order clearly stated the restaurant had to check for vax-passes at the point of entry if the dining room was open. At the trial it was revealed there was an error in the order, and HPPH didn’t mean “point of entry” despite the clear wording in the order. When HPPH dropped the order off on the 5th, they were asked if HPPH would provide the manpower as the restaurant did not have the staff to comply with the order. HPPH refused to answer the question and stormed out.
Due to the hostile attitude of the HPPH officers and their abject refusal to answer questions, or explain the order, the restaurant locked their doors. HPPH was invited to attend Buck & Jo’s on the 12th of November to see if they would finally answer a question. The doors would be unlocked for a maximum of 2 hours, the dining room would still be closed, and Buck & Jo’s would not open their doors again until the following year when the vax-pass was no longer mandated.
HPPH showed up on the 12th, along with 50ish members of the Public to video record the incident and to say goodbye, as the restaurant would not open again until after the vax-pass mandate was over. The order dropped off stated the OPP would be accompanying the HPPH segregation officers. This triggered a “call for cameras” to protect the owners, and dozens from across the province rushed to Wingham.
On the 12th HPPH was asked if they would be sending any manpower, or providing any support or training for the vax-pass implementation, as they stormed out on the 5th without answering. Once it was confirmed they would be providing zero support or advice, Buck clearly announced the restaurant was closed, and HPPH officers left.
HPPH officers then reported back to their superiors that they had shut down Buck & Jo’s dining room. This is despite the fact it was already closed a week prior and advertised online it would not open again until there was no longer a mandate for the vax-pass. From day one Buck & Jo’s were clear they would lock their doors instead of being forced to participate in segregation.
Based on the lie from HPPH inspectors Patrick Landry and Chris Boyes, HPPH sent out a press release claiming they shut down Buck & Jo’s dining room.
At the start of the “trial” JP Leddy claimed Buck & Jo’ were innocent until proven guilty, and Gregory Stewart would have to prove beyond a reasonable doubt they were guilty. Clearly empty words
The couple were charged with ‘failure to do the vax-pass while the dining room was open”. This meant the prosecution would have to prove the dining room was open for 10 minutes on the 12th of November, and the restaurant was not doing the vax-pass. Two highly trained government inspectors were there specifically to see if the dining room was open, and if they were doing the vax-pass. The two inspectors did not see anyone eating in the restaurant, and testified to that fact at the trial. They could not prove the dining room was open, because it wasn’t. The kitchen was closed, and the doors were only unlocked to allow the public to use the washroom, and grab a free drink to go.
The facts are clear, and it was proven in court that the restaurant did not have to do the vax-pass as the dining room was closed. The restaurant was closed a week before the requirement for the vax-pass came into effect. The dining room was closed on the 12th for the 10 minutes the doors were unlocked, and the restaurant did not open again until the vax-pass mandate was over. The restaurant was NEVER in a position where they were required to do the vax-pass inspections, and that was clearly proven in court. Notwithstanding the facts, the restaurant owner was fined $1,500 for failure to inspect vax-passes on the 12th of November.
Most don’t understand why charges were pursued in the first place, and why Gregory Stewart got to make a small fortune persecuting the couple. NOTE: Susan Stewart signed off on the charges/issued the summons. It seems Susie and Greg make a very profitable team, just more proof the system is broken.
At the beginning of the verdict reading, Justice of the Peace F. Leddy wrongly convicted a number company, and had to quickly “suspend the sentence” to correct his flagrant incompetence. It seems the JP Leddy was not paying attention during the trial when both parties agreed to the fact the numbered company was not involved. This was mentioned numerous times during the 9 court dates. NOTE: JP Leddy took a month to review the trial transcript and to study the videos and was ignorant of that simple fact.
The couple is expected to appeal this decision and $5,500 fine. The numbered company is exploring how to get the erroneous convictions of the number company reversed/stricken from the record, and fix JP Leddy’s clear and admitted error.
Tensions frequently hit the boiling point during the trial of Buck & Jo’s vs Segregation Enforcement (HPPH) 12Jan2023 in Goderich. Buck literally had the HPPH segregationists shaking and trembling on the witness stand to the point the judge had to calm them. According to all video evidence the restaurant actually fully complied with the order from HPPH. A date for verdict will be set 31Jan.
Huron Perth Public Health segregation enforcement officer Patrick Landry admitted in court of his gross error in the order they served on Buck & Jo’s 05Nov2021. The order stated that the business screen customers at the point of entry. This meant the business would have to hire someone to stand on their street corner demanding customers to “show me your papers”.
Landry stated that even though it specifically stated “point of entry” in the order he dropped off, that is not what he meant. Patrick Landry’s fury was clear as he was forced to read aloud his mistake in the courtroom. This gross negligence and lying to his superiors stating he closed Buck & Jo’s dining room are directly responsible for destroying the business and its’ reputation. The dining room was not open for them to close, it had been closed for a week before the incident, and for several months afterward.
Patrick Landry later stated that “the word of a restaurateur means nothing to me” as he appeared to be fighting back tears.
All citizens and business owners are strongly advised to video record ALL interactions with Patrick Landry and anyone claiming to be from Huron Perth Public Health.
Gregory Stewart, notorious enemy of freedom and justice, will be representing The System at the courthouse in Goderich,12Jan2023 @10am. Stewart is defending Huron Perth Public Health’s (HPPH) right not to answer questions, power of armed inspections, and right to issue false statements to the public to penalize anyone that challenged their authority or asked a question. Many of you remember Mr. Stewart from the multi-million dollar real estate scandal in Wingham.
The People will be represented by Buck & Jo, a couple of grandparents that kicked out an armed OPP officer after he refused to answer questions. The video of the tiny grandmother standing up to HPPH and a masked armed OPP officer went viral, shaming the segregation enforcement team. Hundreds from across the province then flocked to Wingham to show support and help defend the Front Line painted at the threshold of the business. “The line must be drawn here, this far, and no further.”
This will be the 7th visit to court for the victims of Stewart and HPPH, despite Buck & Jo being ready to go on day one. Once a parasitic lawyer latches on to persecute a case (bylaw or HPPH), their only goal is to increase their billable hours and drag it out as long as possible, that is how they make their livelihood.
Tempers will flare again in court if Mr. Stewart attempts to cover up, or exclude any facts or videos. All those attending are encouraged to bring their own bail money.
Below is a 10 minute version of all 4 confrontations with HPPH, including the 12Nov holding of the line.
The prosecution told the Owners of Buck & Jo’s if they handed over $2,500 and lied to the court it would all go away. This stems from 12Nov2021 when the owners unlocked the doors for 25 minutes and waited for HPPH to finally answer their questions. If/when the couple that stood their ground defending their Charter Rights is found guilty the fine is expected to be 10X their initial extortion/plea-bargain demand.
The prosecution (Gregory Stewart) just happens to be the same “lawyer” Wingham Town Hall uses to target citizens with the SS (Social Standards). You might remember Mr. Stewart from the Wingham Airport scandal where 77 prime acres were sold for a total of $200,000, that is less than one building lot in Wingham. Wingham taxpayers are out tens of millions of dollars and their Rights are undefended due to the actions of corrupt and greedy lawyers.
Bylaw officers across Ontario are standing down after they were forced to acknowledge they have zero authority on private land. Most came to this realization after they attempted to force members of the Public to remove F🍁ck Trudeau flags from their home and/or businesses.
The Mayor/Reeve of Wingham was rudely woken when the OPP stood down and refused to act on his complaint of F🍁ck Trudeau flags at Buck & Jo’s, a restaurant in the heart of Wingham. Sadly for council the Wingham Police were disbanded years prior, and the police no longer blindly do their bidding. Their bylaw enforcement officer was their last hope at bullying people into submission and compliance to their arbitrary demands.
A desperate NH council is striking back and will be setting up a Shadow Council, composed solely of themselves, to decide “standards”. This “standards council” will unconstitutionally grant themselves perpetual notwithstanding powers in an attempt to scare the public into blind unquestioning compliance.
Next council meeting is 19Dec2022, 6pm Wingham Town Hall.