Chatham-Kent Police Seek Court Injunction to Close Scofflaw Churches Frustrated by Old Colony Mennonite churches in Chatham-Kent holding indoor services every Sunday despite numerous charges against members, police Chief Gary Conn is looking to padlock the doors. The department has requested a court injunction to temporarily close churches that keep defying the Reopening Ontario Act.
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