Episode 24: Did Montreal Police demote an officer for a $20 donation?
On Episode 24, we tell you about a Montreal police officer who says he was demoted for an anonymous $20 donation to the Freedom Convoy; we explain the Supreme Court decision that found Ontario Premier Doug Ford was not required to give CBC his mandate letters; and we tell you about Supreme Court Judge Malcolm Rowe’s provocative speech at the Runnymede Society conference.
Stories and cases discussed in this week’s episode:
- Windsor police officer appeals conviction for donating to Freedom Convoy
- Hub Exclusive: Supreme Court Justice Malcolm Rowe on postmodernism, democracy, and judicial overreach
- Un cadre du SPVM s’estime lésé après un don au Convoi de la liberté
- Écarté pour un don au mouvement des camionneurs
- Ontario (Attorney General) v. Ontario (Information and Privacy Commissioner)
- Supreme Court rules Premier Doug Ford’s mandate letters to be kept secret
- Jennifer Koshan tweet
- Exploring the Link between Crime and Socio-Economic Status in Ottawa and Saskatoon: A Small-Area Geographical Analysis
- The Scourge of His Convictions (David Moscrop)
- Nora Loreto tweet
Not Reserving Judgment is a podcast about Canadian constitutional law hosted by Josh Dehaas, Joanna Baron, and Christine Van Geyn. The show is brought to you by the Canadian Constitution Foundation, a non-partisan legal charity dedicated to defending rights and freedoms. To support our work, you can donate to the CCF here.