Episode 17: Why is Uber suing the City of Toronto?

On Episode 17 of Not Reserving Judgment, we explain the problems with the concept of “Charter values,” which has been reaffirmed in a case about language rights in Northwest Territories; we tell you about Uber’s lawsuit against the City of Toronto; and we discuss the Ottawa airport’s crazy decision to take down a Metis ad.

Stories and cases discussed in this week’s episode:

  • Commission scolaire francophone des Territoires du Nord-Ouest v. Northwest Territories (Education, Culture and Employment), 2023 SCC 31 (CanLii)
  • Uber files legal challenge against Toronto driver cap in escalating battle (Global)
  • Ottawa airport navigates signage, free speech dispute between Métis, Algonquins (Ottawa Citizen)
  • Canada v. Boloh, 2023 FCA 120 (CanLii)
  • Greater Vancouver Transportation Authority v. Canadian Federation of Students, [2009] 2 SCR 295 (CanLii)
  • ‘People are confused’: Survey suggests Canadians need education on Charter rights (AM800)
  • Ari Goldkind’s Tweet (X.com)

Not Reserving Judgment is a podcast hosted by Josh Dehaas, Joanna Baron, and Christine Van Geyn brought to you by the Canadian Constitution Foundation.

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