Feb 26 2017
A talk from Dr. Leonid Sirota, AUT Law School
Feb 15 2017
On February 9th, 2017, the Runnymede Society of McGill University’s Faculty of Law held a debate on the patent system, whether it encourages or stifles innovation. Featuring: James Love, Director, Knowledge Ecology International, Christopher Koopman, Senior Fellow, Project for the Study of American Capitalism, Mercatus Institute Moderated by Associate Dean
Feb 12 2017
On January 23rd, this debate was held at Queen’s Faculty of Law. The resolution: “Be it resolved that people have the legal right to decide the pronouns by which they will be addressed”. The Runnymede Society is a national student membership organization dedicated to exploring the ideas and ideals of
Feb 05 2017
With Ari Cohn from the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education. Recorded on January 7, 2017.
Feb 01 2017
With Ian Blue QC, Asher Honickman and John Robson. Recorded on January 7, 2017.
Feb 10 2016
Click here to access all the panels and discussion of our 2016 Law and Freedom conference. This year included a keynote presentation from Justice David Stratas of the Federal Court of Appeal since and the Court Martial Appeal Court of Canada.
Jan 14 2016
Watch Video The Hon. Justice David Stratus on “Reflections on the Decline of Legal Doctrine” Filmed on January 8, 2016 at the Canadian Constitution Foundation’s 2016 Law & Freedom Conference.
Jan 20 2015
Click here to access all the panels and discussion of our 2015 Law and Freedom conference.
Jul 04 2014
CCF Litigation Director Karen Selick appears on the Lorne Brooker show to speak to the issue of heritage preservation by-laws. Specifically, Karen discusses a recent Picton municipal by-law which designates a large area of various properties as a “heritage preservation zone.” The CCF feels that when a municipality wrests control