Charter Of Rights And Freedoms


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a month ago

If Yaniv is permitted to compete in beauty pageant it would violate the Charter rights of women and girls

If Canada Galaxy Pageants is forced by law or by other forms of government coercion to include Yaniv, all other contestants would be forced to associate with Yaniv against their will.

John Carpay
3 months ago

Public health experts need to release their grip of fear on Canadians

To date, politicians and health officials won't release statistics disclosing the full impact of their lockdown measures.

John Carpay
3 months ago

COVID restrictions to Charter freedoms appear to be permanent

These supposed temporary restrictions now remain place in spite of a flattened curve and awareness that COVID-19 is not the unusually deadly killer that was predicted in March.

John Carpay
3 months ago

Lorne Grabher's controversial licence plate case to head to the Nova Scotia court of appeal

Lorne Grabher’s case involving the government of Nova Scotia censoring his personalized licence plate is now scheduled for an appeal hearing.

Sam Edwards
3 months ago

To save lives, let's give up more of our rights and freedoms

If giving up our Charter rights and freedoms in order to save lives is a good thing, then we really haven't gone far enough.

John Carpay
4 months ago

Canadian universities should mandate courses on the Canadian constitution

A course on the Canadian constitution would show students Canada is among the greatest countries in the world, and people should readily accept this statement based on this country's achievements.

Jonathan Bradley
4 months ago

Could there be a constitutional right to drink in parks?

Vancouver could soon become the first major Canadian city outside of Quebec to allow drinking in public parks.

Josh Dehaas
4 months ago

Laws limiting freedoms are not based in science but fear

These lockdowns were imposed for the purpose of flattening the curve, not stopping the spread. The curve is flat, and has been for months.

John Carpay
4 months ago

Making face masks mandatory is not backed by science or law

Government policies are still based on the panic of March, rather than on the facts known in July.

John Carpay
5 months ago

Alberta Law Society embraces politically correct cancel culture

Faced with baseless NDP claims about a "racist" Aboriginal scholar and lawyer who represents people harmed by residential schools, Jason Kenney’s UCP government folded like a cheap tent.

John Carpay
5 months ago

Notley attacks Bunner's speech as 'illegal' simply because she disagrees with him

It’s one thing when the majority of people agree with a particular belief or opinion. It’s quite another when the government renders disagreement "illegal".

John Carpay
5 months ago

Jerry Dunham was killed by the lockdown—not by COVID-19

Jerry posted on Facebook: “…my government told me they’re willing to let me die, which according to them is for my own safety.”

John Carpay
6 months ago

Canadian press freedom is under threat by Trudeau government

When the Prime Minister bars a media outlet from a news conference it is a first step in the direction of Canada becoming like Hong Kong or Iran.

John Carpay
6 months ago

The politicians were wrong—predictions on coronavirus deaths were wild exaggerations

The facts are in. The COVID-19 death predictions of governments are proving to be wild exaggerations that have inflicted unnecessary fear, anxiety and stress on millions of people.

John Carpay
6 months ago

Canada needs a challenge to coronavirus lockdowns to defend Charter freedoms

While there have been court challenges in the UK and Ireland, Canada has yet to see a test of their coronavirus restrictions.

Andrew Mahon

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