Episode 18: Do anti-Israel activists have a right to protest in shopping malls?

On Episode 18 of Not Reserving Judgment, we explain why a new anti-pornography bill poses a risk to your rights; we examine the law on whether there’s a right to protest in private spaces like shopping malls; and we discuss the sentence handed down for the man who defrauded the art world by creating fake Norval Morrisseaus.

Stories and cases discussed in this week’s episode:

  • Why a proposed bill aiming to prevent kids from accessing porn sites is raising privacy concerns (CBC News)
  • The Most Dangerous Canadian Internet Bill You’ve Never Heard Of Is a Step Closer to Becoming Law (MichaelGeist.ca)
  • ‘I’LL PUT YOU SIX FEET DEEP’: Chaos ensues during anti-Zara rally at Eaton Centre (Toronto Sun)
  • Harrison v. Carswell, 1975 CanLII 160 (SCC) (CanLii)
  • R. v. Layton, 1986 CanLII 4717 (ON CJ) (CanLii)
  • Pruneyard Shopping Center v. Robins, 447 U.S. 74 (1980) (Justia)
  • Ottawa-Carleton District School Board Code of Conduct report (OCDSB)
  • OCDSB Trustee Dr. Nili Kaplan-Myrth sanctioned for code of conduct violations (CTV News)
  • Trespass to Property: Shopping Centres (Journal of Law and Social Policy)
  • There Are No Fakes (TVO Today)
  • Canada’s Beverley McLachlin resists calls to leave Hong Kong court ahead of Jimmy Lai trial (Globe and Mail)
  • B.C. judge’s citation of ‘marital intimacy deficits’ in voyeur trial raises concerns (Globe and Mail)

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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