TDF funds legal defence of Without Papers Pizza

A Calgary pizzeria lost its business license in 2021 after the owner allegedly fed customers without checking their vaccine passports.

CALGARY: The Democracy Fund (TDF) is working with Chad Williamson of Williamson Law to defend Without Papers Pizza.

In October 2021, the City of Calgary revoked the Without Papers Pizza’s business license for allegedly breaking a municipal vaccine passport bylaw. At the same time, the pizzeria lost its liquor license and its food handling permits when they were revoked by the Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission and Alberta Health Services.

The once popular pizza shop is now facing fines in the amount of almost $10,000 for allegedly refusing to check vaccine passports and other offences under the Calgary bylaw. According to the pizzeria’s website, the charges came after neighbours complained to the police.

TDF has retained Williamson Law to defend Without Papers Pizza against these charges.

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About The Democracy Fund:

Founded in 2021, The Democracy Fund (TDF) is a Canadian charity dedicated to constitutional rights, advancing education and relieving poverty. TDF promotes constitutional rights through litigation and public education. TDF supports an access to justice initiative for Canadians whose civil liberties have been infringed by government lockdowns and other public policy responses to the pandemic.