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Karen Selick: What about preserving our heritage of freedom?

Karen Selick: What about preserving our heritage of freedom?

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

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Marni Soupcoff: Canada’s two-tiered healthcare future

Marni Soupcoff: Canada’s two-tiered healthcare future

Jun 17 2014

CCF Executive Director Marni Soupcoff joins 180 host Jim Brown on CBC radio to answer whether having a two-tiered healthcare system could have prevented the tragedy of Brian Sinclair’s death in a Manitoba ER.

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Interview: Why Won’t the Government Just Leave Bruce Alone?

Interview: Why Won’t the Government Just Leave Bruce Alone?

Jun 05 2014

CCF Client Bruce Montague is interviewed on Newstalk1010 about the government’s attempts to seize $100,000 worth of his business property as well as his family home as “proceeds of crime.”

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Derek From: What the Montague Decision means to Property Owners

Derek From: What the Montague Decision means to Property Owners

Jun 04 2014

CCF lawyer Derek From is interviewed by Rob Breakenridge from NewsTalk 770. Derek and Rob discuss the Ontario Court of Appeal decision in Bruce Montague’s case. Derek explains why this decision harms property owners.

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Is there a ‘right to strike’ in the Charter?

Is there a ‘right to strike’ in the Charter?

May 21 2014

The CCF’s oral arguments before the Supreme Court of Canada in Saskatchewan Federation of Labour, et al. v. Her Majesty the Queen. The CCF argued that Section 2 of the Charter should not be expanded to include a positive ‘right to strike’ that would harm employee employer relationships. The CCF

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Karen Selick: CRA owes taxpayers a ‘duty of care’

Karen Selick: CRA owes taxpayers a ‘duty of care’

May 01 2014

CCF Litigation Director Karen Selick joins Rob Breakenridge of NewsTalk 770 to discuss the recent BC Supreme Court decision in Leroux v. CRA. Most importantly, they discuss how the decision supports a ‘duty of care’ that the Canada Revenue Agency owes to taxpayers.

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Derek From: Defending Food Freedom at Ontario’s Top Court

Derek From: Defending Food Freedom at Ontario’s Top Court

Feb 10 2014

CCF staff lawyer Derek From on the Rob Breakenridge show to discuss Michael Schmidt’s recent appearance before the Ontario Court of Appeal. Derek was there with Michael Schmidt in a packed courtroom to argue that the ban on the sale of raw milk infringes on individual liberty.

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Chris Schafer: Does Random Breathalyzer Testing Endanger Liberty?

Chris Schafer: Does Random Breathalyzer Testing Endanger Liberty?

Dec 10 2013

CCF Executive Director on CBC Radio’s The 180 to discuss the implications Random Breathalyzer Testing (RBT) could have on individual liberty in our country.