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.
Jul 05 2013
CCF Staff Lawyer Derek From speaking with SunTV’s Brian Lilley about the recent actions by RCMP officers to seize firearms from the evacuated homes of High River residents following the floods that hit the town. Derek weighs in on the constitutional protections against this sort of activity.
Jun 13 2013
CCF Executive Director Chris Schafer on SunTV with Ezra Levant looking at the British Government’s response to “hate speech” concerning the recent daylight attack against a UK soldier.
Mar 21 2013
CCF Executive Director Chris Schafer joins Michael Coren on SunTV to discuss that Canadians have a right to film the police, despite the efforts by some police officers to intimidate the people filming them.
Mar 20 2013
CCF Executive Director Chris Schafer on CHTV talking about a private plasma clinic that has opened up in Toronto. The clinic has drawn the ire of some groups in Canada because, much like similar clinics all around the world, it pays donors for their plasma.
Mar 04 2013
CCF Executive Director Chris Schafer joins Ezra Levant to talk about the Supreme Court’s decision in Whatcott. Chris explains that Chief Justice Beverly McLachlin, and the powerful pro-freedom perspective she brought to her dissent in the Taylor, were both missing in action in what amounts to a regression for freedom
Mar 01 2013
CCF Executive Director Chris Schafer joins Ezra Levant on SunTV to talk about the case between Faith McGregor and Omar Mahrouk. Omar, a Muslim barber and a follower of Sharia Law refused to cut Faith’s hair citing his religious beliefs preclude him from touching the hair of a woman he’s
Feb 15 2013
CCF Litigation Director Karen Selick appeared on Alberta Primetime to discuss a recent AB Human Rights Tribunal decision that says the province’s failure to renew the employment contract of a 72-year-old civil servant was age discrimination.