Dec 10 2013
CCF Executive Director with Ezra Levant on Sun TV’s the Source to discuss “conflicting rights.” 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
Nov 28 2013
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.
Nov 04 2013
These are the oral submissions made by Mark Gelowitz on behalf of the CCF (as an intervener) in Elizabeth Bernard v. Attorney General of Canada, et al. at the Supreme Court of Canada. The CCF would like to thank Mark Gelowitz and Gerard Kennedy of Osler LLP for their generous
Oct 07 2013
CCF Executive Director Chris Schafer provides commentary on the Federal government’s recently announced desire to swab all individuals who are arrested, regardless of whether or not they are actually convicted of a crime.
Sep 14 2013
Aug 14 2013
CCF Executive Director Chris Schafer on Sun TV’s Byline with Brian Lilley to discuss Nova Scotia’s new anti-bullying law drafted in response to the tragic death of Rehtaeh Parsons.
Aug 13 2013
CCF Litigation Director Karen Selick speaking at the 2013 AGM for Canada’s National Firearms Association. Karen’s talk touches on firearms, gun legislation, and the erosion of freedom taking place under the provincial civil forfeiture regimes in Canada. Karen also discusses the CCF’s involvement in Bruce Montague’s civil and criminal forfeiture
Aug 07 2013
CCF Litigation Director Karen Selick gave this presentation on April 6, 2013. Karen talks about Ontario dairy farmer Michael Schmidt’s case, as well as the concept of food freedom (being able to consume what we want without government intervention) as a whole.
Jul 08 2013
Chris Schafer on the Source with Ezra Levant to discuss the recent BC Human Rights Tribunal decision that found comedian guy Earl Guilty of a human rights violation after he said some negative comments about two lesbian hecklers in the audience.