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Media Advisory: Taxpayer Irvin LeRoux Returns To Court Friday, April 19

Media Advisory: Taxpayer Irvin LeRoux Returns To Court Friday, April 19

Apr 17 2013

PRINCE GEORGE, B.C.: Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) will be asking the B.C. Supreme Court yet again to throw out the lawsuit of taxpayer Irvin Leroux without allowing the case to go to trial. The motion to dismiss will be heard at the Supreme Court in Prince George on Friday, April

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Press Release: Supreme Court of Canada Slams Door Shut on Free Speech in Whatcott Case

Press Release: Supreme Court of Canada Slams Door Shut on Free Speech in Whatcott Case

Feb 27 2013

In an unanimous decision today in the case of Saskatchewan (Human Rights Commission) v. Whatcott, the Supreme Court of Canada struck a blow against freedom of speech. In upholding a previous 1990 decision of the Supreme Court in Canada (Human Rights Commission) v. Taylor, the Court felt that its previous

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Press Release: Supreme Court issues dangerous ruling: Having to treat some more equally than others could wreak havoc on government programs

Press Release: Supreme Court issues dangerous ruling: Having to treat some more equally than others could wreak havoc on government programs

Nov 09 2012

OTTAWA: The Supreme Court of Canada released a unanimous decision today holding that the North Vancouver School District discriminated against an elementary school student by failing to provide him with a special education program which it had scrapped years before due to budget shortfalls. In 1994, the cash-strapped school district

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Press Release: New study suggests Supreme Court has misinterpreted the 1929 Persons Case

Press Release: New study suggests Supreme Court has misinterpreted the 1929 Persons Case

Oct 16 2012

TORONTO: According to a paper released today by the Canadian Constitution Foundation (CCF), Canada’s Constitution is not a flexible “living tree” open to progressive interpretation. This directly challenges the prevailing opinion in Canada’s legal community. The paper, authored by Member of Parliament Scott Reid, lays out how the 1929 Persons

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Media Advisory: Nisga’a Agreement Challenge at BC Court of Appeal

Media Advisory: Nisga’a Agreement Challenge at BC Court of Appeal

Sep 19 2012

VANCOUVER: Assisted in their litigation by the Canadian Constitution Foundation (CCF), Nisga’a “Chief Mountain” and Mercy Thomas will be at the British Columbia Court of Appeal next week for a five day hearing of their appeal of the October 19, 2011, decision of the BC Supreme Court, which declined to

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Press Release: CRA renews attempt to quash taxpayer Leroux’s lawsuit

Press Release: CRA renews attempt to quash taxpayer Leroux’s lawsuit

Aug 22 2012

PRINCE GEORGE, B.C.: Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has served court documents on the lawyers for taxpayer Irvin Leroux stating that it will make yet another attempt to defeat his claim without going to trial. During a 1996 audit, the CRA had removed papers from Leroux’s office without his consent, then

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Media Advisory: Raw Milk Farmer Michael Schmidt in Court of Appeal on July 26

Media Advisory: Raw Milk Farmer Michael Schmidt in Court of Appeal on July 26

Jul 23 2012

TORONTO: Dairy farmer Michael Schmidt will return to court on Thursday, July 26, 2012 seeking leave from the Ontario Court of Appeal to appeal his convictions on 13 counts relating to the sale and distribution of raw (unpasteurized) milk. The motion will take place in Courtroom 1, in Osgoode Hall,

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Press Release: Restrictions on access to health services provided by Cambie violate the constitutional rights of BC patients

Press Release: Restrictions on access to health services provided by Cambie violate the constitutional rights of BC patients

Jul 19 2012

Today the Medical Services Commission announced what we have always acknowledged – that the Cambie Surgery Centre has not been complying with the restrictions on health care in this province. Indeed, we told the Government that the audit was unnecessary because we conceded that we are not in compliance with

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Press Release: Shepherd Seeking Lost Sheep—and Judicial Review for CFIA Destruction Order

Press Release: Shepherd Seeking Lost Sheep—and Judicial Review for CFIA Destruction Order

Apr 24 2012

HASTINGS, ON: The owner of a rare heritage Shropshire sheep flock that the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has ordered destroyed has filed a federal court application for judicial review of the order. Shepherd Montana Jones’ farm has been under quarantine for two years. In March, 2012 the CFIA issued

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