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John Carpay

Lawyer John Carpay is president of the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms (

#unrestricted, Opinion

The cost of the coronavirus cure could be deadlier than the disease

Politicians speak as though shutting down our economy, unemployment, shredding the social fabric and pushing millions into poverty will not kill Canadians.

John Carpay / Apr 10, 2020

#unrestricted, Canadian News, News

Canadian coronavirus prediction models must be transparent

Canadians have a right to know what models, theories and data governments are relying on, and what strategies governments intend to pursue.

John Carpay / Apr 5, 2020

Opinion, Politics & Policy

New Trudeau law could jail parents who oppose gender conversion

It is cruel to use law to force confused, dysphoric children and their parents to embrace a life of permanent hormone therapy, surgery and disillusion.

John Carpay / Mar 11, 2020


The very high cost for repudiating the rule of law

There is a great cost to the #ShutDownCanada anti-pipeline protestors being allowed to break the law with impunity.

John Carpay / Feb 22, 2020

Canadian News

Lorne Grabher victimized by court support for cancel culture

The court denying Lorne Grabher the right to put his last name on his license plate is the latest example of cancel culture running amok.

John Carpay / Feb 8, 2020


Counselling your child against serious health risks of changing gender not ‘family violence’: BC court ruling

A BC court ruling is a travesty, but the silver lining is that parents can talk to their children about the serious health risks involved in gender re-assignment.

John Carpay / Jan 22, 2020


Campus free speech versus Antifa thugs: UBC must choose

The University of British Columbia has until January 10 to reverse its decision to cancel a speaking event featuring journalist Andy Ngo. For the sake of free speech it better.

John Carpay / Jan 6, 2020


Edmonton’s proposed ban on ‘conversion therapy’ violates privacy and choice of adults

Edmonton’s City Council’s proposed Bylaw 19061 would be an invasion into people’s privacy.

John Carpay / Dec 5, 2019


Media’s reporting incredibly biased on B.C. Indigenous rituals in public schools case

Mainstream media are biased in their coverage of a court case in B.C. regarding Indigenous spiritual practices in public school class rooms.

John Carpay / Nov 20, 2019

Opinion, Politics & Policy

B.C. court to rule on forcing children to participate in religious rituals

Some public schools in B.C. are still forcing students to practice religious rituals.

John Carpay / Nov 15, 2019

Opinion, Politics & Policy

Embracing big government leads to violations of Charter freedoms

The federal government found another way to prevent Christian organizations from receiving Canada Summer Job grants.

John Carpay / Nov 3, 2019

Opinion, Politics & Policy

Parliamentary Press Gallery has double standard on media “advocacy”

If Mr. Lafrance is correct in his assessment of True North and Rebel News, then these two media outlets would fit in well with many of the Press Gallery’s existing members, which advocate openly and actively for causes, perspectives and ideologies.

John Carpay / Oct 7, 2019

Opinion, Culture

Once again, security fee censorship punishes the victim

By extorting security fees from those who seek only to express their opinions and listen to others, Mohawk College has effectively blamed the victim and encouraged the bullies.

John Carpay / Oct 1, 2019


‘Killing Europe’ and killing politically incorrect expression

In the same way that libraries, as public bodies, should not be censoring “incorrect” books, libraries should not be censoring “incorrect” opinions when it comes to room-rentals.

John Carpay / Sep 23, 2019


Victory for children and parents: Alberta repeals Bill 24

Known as Bill 24, the new law took away the discretion of teachers and principals to inform – or not inform – parents about their children’s involvement with a Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA) or GSA-related activities.

John Carpay / Sep 3, 2019

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