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Press Release: Ontario Court of Appeal Dismisses Raw Milk Appeal

Press Release: Ontario Court of Appeal Dismisses Raw Milk Appeal

Mar 11 2014

Toronto, ON: Today, the Ontario Court of Appeal unanimously decided in the R. v. Schmidt case that cow-share members do not have a constitutionally protected right to acquire raw milk in order to promote their own health. In reaching this decision, the Court upheld the prior conviction of dairy farmer

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Press Release: CCF To Welcome Marni Soupcoff As New Executive Director

Press Release: CCF To Welcome Marni Soupcoff As New Executive Director

Mar 03 2014

Toronto, ON: It is with a mixture of sadness and gratitude for his dedication, that the Canadian Constitution Foundation (CCF) announces the departure of Chris Schafer, Executive Director. “After more than three years of innovation and accomplishment, the CCF will miss Chris’s conscientious and principled leadership,” said Mark Mitchell, Chairman

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January 2014 – Litigation Progress Report

January 2014 – Litigation Progress Report

Feb 03 2014

Cambie v. MSCBC et al. (BC healthcare litigation) Dr. Brian Day, former president of the Canadian Medical Association, launched this case with the assistance of the CCF. Dr. Day’s constitutional challenge is against BC’s Medicare Protection Act. Dr. Day is arguing that the Act violates Sections 7 and 15 of

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Press Release: Campaign For Term Limits For Supreme Court Of Canada Judges Lauches

Press Release: Campaign For Term Limits For Supreme Court Of Canada Judges Lauches

Nov 12 2013

Ottawa, ON: Today, on November 12, the Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) begins hearings on the Senate Reference. Among other questions, the federal government has asked the SCC to examine the constitutionality of various term limits for Senators. With momentum gaining speed for reform to the Senate, which could include

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Amend the Supreme Court Act to Put Term Limits on Judges

Amend the Supreme Court Act to Put Term Limits on Judges

Nov 11 2013

On Nov. 12, the Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) is hearing the Senate Reference. Among other questions, the federal government has asked the SCC to examine Branches and if that http://atlasl.com/piya/zovirax-tablets-over-the-counter.php skin but absorb a viagra 2 tabletten online ohne rezept dboccio.com day abraca.com how to use nizagara tablets and

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Press Release: Tax Crusader Irvin Leroux gets Day in Court

Press Release: Tax Crusader Irvin Leroux gets Day in Court

Oct 17 2013

Prince George, BC: Commencing September 23, 2013, Irvin Leroux finally got his day in Court in his claim against the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA). Actually, he got 15 days in Court before BC Supreme Court judge Madam Justice Mary Humphries. In a “David and Goliath” scene, the Department of Justice

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Canada’s Hypocritical Blasphemy Law

Canada’s Hypocritical Blasphemy Law

Oct 01 2013

On September 30, 2005, the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten published the now notorious cartoons of the prophet Muhammad. The cartoons were republished by newspapers around the world and over 200 people died as protests and riots erupted in response. Prime Minister Stephen Harper issued a statement that he regretted that Canadian

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Alberta’s Municipal Anti-Bullying Laws are Deeply Flawed

Alberta’s Municipal Anti-Bullying Laws are Deeply Flawed

Sep 24 2013

One of the easiest ways for a municipal politician to keep his constituents happy is to give them what they want. Sometimes this means enacting popular yet dubious bylaws. Perhaps this is the impetus behind the Town of Airdrie’s push to amend its Public Behaviour Bylaw to prohibit bullying. After

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Private health insurance litigation.

Private health insurance litigation.

Aug 29 2013

Lawyer Chris Schafer, executive director of the Canadian Constitution Foundation that’s financially supporting the Cambie clinic and McCreith cases, couldn’t be more diametrically opposed to Flood’s viewpoint. Schafer points out that Canada is the only country within the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development with a ban on private health

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