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Notice and Covenant

This land and house are the publicly designated home of the Church of the Ecumenical Redemption International wherein the ministers and children of God conduct religious worship. All guests, friends and neighbors are welcome to enter the land and conduct their affairs in a peaceful and spiritual manner.

No military or civilian police, bailiff, sheriff's officer or other agent, official or officer of Her Majesty except postal workers and deliverymen may enter unto this land for any purpose whatsoever relating to any process of any agency or department of Her Majesty without prior written approval. All such men or women who violate this no-trespass notice hereby covenant with either minister to be held criminally responsible pursuant to the Criminal Code of Canada for their action. They also covenant to pay civil damages of one hundred thousand dollars for each said violation.

Section 176 of the Criminal Code of Canada (C.C.C.) states that it is a criminal and indictable offence to disturb, obstruct or otherwise interfere with the religious worship of the ministers herein. Section 423 of the C.C.C. prohibits anyone without lawful authority from intimidating the ministers to violate their religious beliefs. No such lawful authority has ever been provided to minister Edward-Jay-Robin: Belanger upon his repeated and numerous requests to do so.

Edward-Jay-Robin: Belanger, minister unto God
All rights reserved under God's Law; see Ezekiel 33: 6

C/o State of awareness local number 685 Josselyn Court, Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada
No code, non-commercial
Tel: 250-491-0552**Fax: 250-491-0594