Pastor Artur Pawlowski, an outspoken opponent to government lockdowns and mandates, has been banned from collecting physical mail from his local post office.
According to Pawlowski, he was removed from the post office because he refused to wear a mask. Pawlowski even showed The Counter Signal and Canada Post staff his medical exemption, but staff would not budge.
He was subsequently served a notice on Tuesday by the manager of the post office location.
Police officers attended the scene after Justin Trudeau’s Canada Post staff refused to render the pastor’s property to him.
Eventually, Calgary Police officers entered the store to collect the dissident’s mail on his behalf.
“Are you going to be my mail-man,” Pawlowski asked the officer rhetorically after being banned.
The embattled pastor has been arrested on several occasions while standing against government authoritarianism, gaining global notoriety and frequently embarrassing government officials who try to silence him.
Pawlowski told The Counter Signal that he would be filing lawsuits against Canada Post, a federally owned Crown corporation.