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2019 Law & Freedom Conference

Sep 21 2018

We invite you to attend the 2019 Law and Freedom conference, presented by the Runnymede Society. Join us for some lively debate and discussion about the most important issues in Canadian constitutional law today — and how they impact freedom, policy, and society. You can register here. The conference will

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Dr. Brian Day finally gets his day in court … and the government still tried to silence him

Sep 19 2018

September 19, 2018 After literally a decade of litigation, Dr. Brian Day finally got his day in court. He took the stand on Monday in the long-running Charter challenge brought by the Cambie Surgery Centre, which Dr. Day founded, and four patient plaintiffs who have been affected by delays and

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Annual Report 2017/2018

Sep 12 2018

Our annual report for 2017/2018 is now available to view online. You can download it along with our reports from past years here.

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Release: Huge victory against civil forfeiture as Ontario agrees to compensate innocent couple for seizing their properties

Sep 10 2018

(The original emailed release with contact information is available here). Hailing it as “a huge victory against the abuse of civil forfeiture laws in Canada,” the Canadian Constitution Foundation (CCF) announced today the Ontario government has agreed to drop its attempt to seize rental properties belonging to Maggie and Terry

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Healthcare Freedom Trial Update

Sep 05 2018

Dear friend and supporter! After a relatively quiet summer, I wanted to provide you with an update on our Charter challenge on behalf of patients suffering on growing healthcare waiting lists. The good news is that after the summer recess, the Cambie healthcare case is back and moving forward (hopefully

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Thank you, Claus!

Aug 02 2018

After over two decades of service to the Canadian Constitution Foundation, Claus Jensen has stepped down as a director. Claus was one of the original founders who helped organize the CCF. He then joined the Board after we were incorporated in 2002. All Canadians owe Claus a deep debt of

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About the Canadian Constitution Foundation

The Canadian Constitution Foundation (CCF) is a charity dedicated to defending constitutional rights and freedoms. We do not receive government funding and rely on donations to support litigation keeping governments accountable to our Constitution including the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. The CCF works to ensure that Canadians have the knowledge to recognize and protect their constitutional rights and historical liberties.

Some of our ongoing cases include defending the Constitution's and defending the rights of patients to have access to healthcare.

We have also published reports on Civil Forfeiture in Canada, and Vaping laws in Canada.

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