1. Alberta pastor defiant, refers to 'so-called' pandemic on first day of trial for violating public health orders  CTV News Edmonton
  2. Edmonton trial begins for GraceLife Church pastor charged with ignoring COVID-19 health rules  Edmonton Journal
  3. Trial to begin for Alberta pastor accused of violating COVID-19 health orders  CTV Edmonton
  4. Health inspector observed risky behaviours at GraceLife Church, pastor's trial told  CBC.ca
  5. ‘Compliance with AHS is noncompliance with God’: Alberta pastor testifies at trial  Globalnews.ca
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Coates was jailed for more than month after refusing to abide by a bail condition not to hold church services that violating rules over gathering and masking. Coates was jailed for more than month after refusing to abide by a bail condition not to hold church services that violating rules over gathering and masking.

Alberta pastor defiant, refers to 'so-called' pandemic on first day of trial for violating public health orders | CTV News

An inspector with Alberta Health Services says she observed multiple risky behaviours at an Edmonton-area church led by a pastor accused of not following public-health orders. Janine Hanrahan testified today at the start of a trial for James Coates of GraceLife Church.An inspector with Alberta Health Services says she observed multiple risky behaviours at an Edmonton-area church led by a pastor accused of not following public-health orders. Janine Hanrahan testified today at the start of a trial for James Coates of GraceLife Church.

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An inspector with AHS says she observed multiple risky behaviours at an Edmonton-area church led by a pastor accused of not following public-health orders.An inspector with AHS says she observed multiple risky behaviours at an Edmonton-area church led by a pastor accused of not following public-health orders.

‘Compliance with AHS is noncompliance with God’: Alberta pastor testifies at trial | Globalnews.ca

An inspector with AHS says she observed multiple risky behaviours at an Edmonton-area church led by a pastor accused of not following public-health orders.

‘Compliance with AHS is noncompliance with God’: Alberta pastor testifies at trial | Globalnews.ca

The Edmonton-area pastor charged with flouting COVID-19 restrictions tugged at his face mask and called the disease a “so-called pandemic” as he took the stand…

Edmonton trial begins for GraceLife Church pastor charged with ignoring COVID-19 health rules | Edmonton Journal

Edmonton trial begins for GraceLife Church pastor charged with ignoring COVID-19 health rules | Edmonton Journal

EDMONTON — An Alberta pastor accused of leading church services in violation of public-health orders says the COVID-19 pandemic has been blown out of…

GraceLife pastor described Hinshaw as dictator, AHS inspector tells trial | Calgary Herald

Trial to begin for Alberta pastor accused of violating COVID-19 health orders | Calgary Herald

'I don’t believe that COVID-19 poses a serious health risk to our people,' GraceLife Church pastor James Coates said

Kenney calling COVID an 'influenza' convinced Alberta church that virus was not very serious, pastor tells trial | National Post

Kenney calling COVID an 'influenza' convinced Alberta church that virus was not very serious, pastor tells trial | National Post

The trial of an Alberta pastor accused of not following public health orders meant to curb the spread of COVID-19 is to begin today.The trial of an Alberta pastor accused of not following public health orders meant to curb the spread of COVID-19 is to begin today.

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EDMONTON – An inspector with Alberta Health Services says she observed multiple risky behaviours at an Edmonton-area church led by a pastor accused of not following public-health orders. Janine Hanrahan testified today at the start of a trial for James Coates of GraceLife Church. Coates faces one charge of violating the Public Health Act. The

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