Episode 31: Was an Ontario librarian really fired for promoting viewpoint diversity?

On Episode 31, we tell you about the firing of an Ontario librarian whose apparent crime was trying to diversify the collection; we walk you through a heart-breaking decision by a Calgary judge to allow a woman with autism to access assisted-death over her father’s objections, and we share our new polling that shows Canadians are ready for major change on health care.

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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.

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