Diana Davison

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Articles/Stories written by Diana Davison: 58

Timeline of Trudeau government's response to coronavirus threat reveals major mistakes

According to the Trudeau government, there was no “curve” to worry about until it was too late.

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Lawyer warns against emergency cell phone tracking measures during coronavirus outbreak

Toronto criminal defence lawyer and legal expert Joseph Neuberger says granting the government access to cell phone location tracking and private information on citizens is wrong.

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A teen boy wouldn’t say “f*ck Trump” on stage and was shamed—this is his story

Austin Joyner claims that he was publicly humiliated at a YG rap concert for refusing to denounce Donald Trump. Now he’s speaking out.

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B.C. court allows transgender child to make own medical decisions

The B.C. Court of Appeal has delivered a verdict today regarding the right of a child to receive treatment for gender dysphoria without parental consent.

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UBC cancels Andy Ngo talk on antifa violence due to violent threats from antifa

Journalist Andy Ngo’s talk has been cancelled at UBC due to safety concerns. Lawyers have issued a legal letter demanding the event be reinstated.

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Social media history of Julie Berman’s alleged killer paints a complicated picture

While Berman’s murder has been posited by activists and politicians as a transphobic hate crime, Harnack’s social media posts complicate that narrative.

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The Trudeau government’s Bill C-51 has led to chaos in the legal system

As 2019 winds down, a year after the Trudeau government introduced significant changes to our legal system, the courts have wound up in a state of chaos.

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Gerald Regan, former Nova Scotia Premier, has died

Regan could have spent his final years in prison after multiple historic allegations of sexual abuse were prosecuted in the mid 1990s.

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Porn wars get personal in No Nut November

In No Nut November, the question “To fap or not to fap?” has become fraught with legal danger.

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Ontario ‘couchsurfing’ terrorism suspect arrested with peace bond

Suspected terrorist Ikar Mao has been given a peace bond after returning to Canada. Mao had an active account on Couchsurfing.com and managed to make bail.

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EPSTEIN: Project Veritas says source to come out today with info on alleged coverup

Investigative news outlet Project Veritas is set to release a story with source who allegedly has video footage showing Jeffrey Epstein’s death was a coverup.

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UBC postpones free speech event

Dr. Janice Fiamengo has had many previous events cancelled after protesters used noisemakers to interrupt her speech and pulled fire alarms.

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Meghan Murphy greeted by hundreds of protesters in Toronto

Meghan Murphy spoke to a sold out audience at a Toronto public library. It was hard to understand what all the fuss was about.

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Ontario judge rules that sexual assault trials need to balance the rights of accused

“The integrity of a witness and the credibility of their testimony are brought into question when they gain access to relevant information prior to testifying.”

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Trudeau hasn’t “modernized” our justice system, he’s broken it

I look at the Trudeau government like an activist group, where they don’t want to ‘re-victimize victims,’ and the reality is—that presupposes guilt.”

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