It’s not often these days that Rob Ford can be identified as the voice of reason on an issue. But when it comes to the question of whether food trucks should be allowed to operate freely in Toronto, the much-maligned mayor seems to be one of very few people talking sense.
Thirty years ago today, on April 1, 1984, the Canada Health Act became law. We can be forgiven for wondering if the date and year were coincidental, or chosen in honour of April Fools’ Day and George Orwell’s novel, respectively.
CCF Executive Director Chris Schafer joins Ezra Levant on Sun TV's the Source to discuss the federal government's new "Cyberbullying Law" and the lesser known parts of the law that could expand the government's ability to spy on private citizens without warrant.
If at first you don’t succeed, try, try, try again. Perhaps that’s the federal government’s motto regarding Bill C-13 — the Protecting Canadians from Online Crime Act. It represents yet another attempt by this government to pass legislation that will open the door to undue state intrusion.
Today, the Ontario Court of Appeal unanimously decided in the R. v. Schmidt case that cow-share members do not have a constitutionally protected right to acquire raw milk in order to promote their own health.
In the heavily regulated taxi cab industry, where free market competition has been all but restrained by government intervention, does a taxi driver have the right to refuse service to a person with a seeing eye dog on religious grounds?
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