Episode 28: Why were conspiracy to murder charges dropped in Coutts?

On Episode 28, we give you an update on the criminal charges dropped against two men arrested at Coutts, Alberta in February 2022, and the civil lawsuits launched by trucker convoy participants; we explain the ruling that says Quebec’s secularism law Bill 21 is fully shielded from judicial review by the notwithstanding clause; and we explain the interesting inter-provincial trade angle in a lawsuit from McGill and Concordia against the province’s tuition structure.

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