N.S. police investigate Sunday store openings

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July 3, 2006 by Joseph Krohn

The province of Nova Scotia instituted a legal ruling in June of 2004, whereby no type of business could operate on Sunday except those deemed esential (i.e. pharmacies, power plants, filling stations, social services, etc.). On July 2, 2006 Loblaws Inc. opened six of their grociery stores on Sunday. The Nova Scotian municipal police on direction of Premier Rodney MacDonald order that each store be forcefully shutdown and a fine of $15,000 be charged to each enterprise. All Christians everywhere should applaud the efforts of the Nova Scotian premier and his cabinet to resinstate God back into his province. This is an encouraging development in our country that is torn by misplaced morals and values. Perhaps we can once again some day reclaim what the founding father’s of Canada wanted, for Canada to be “The Lord’s Dominion!”

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2 thoughts on “N.S. police investigate Sunday store openings

  1. Titus Byer says:

    No Kidding

  2. Titus Byer says:

    umm
    Incredible

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