We are in court today fighting B.C.’s $1.7M legal bill

TORONTO – The Canadian Constitution Foundation (CCF) is appearing in court today, July 18, fighting the British Columbia gove …


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Not Reserving Judgment Episode 47: Vaccine safety decision, B.C. woman’s cancer hell & Sask wins (for now)

Episode 47: Vaccine safety decision, B.C. woman’s cancer hell & Sask wins (for now) On Episode 47, we tell you about a B. …


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Not Reserving Judgment Episode 46: Brewing constitutional crisis, gardens as expression & Jamal recuses

Episode 46: Brewing constitutional crisis, gardens as expression & Jamal recuses On Episode 46, we discuss whether the right …


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Not Reserving Judgment Episode 45: When can cops enter your driveway? Plus U of T wins & Quesnel mayor pushes back

Episode 45: When can cops enter your driveway? Plus U of T wins & Quesnel mayor pushes back On Episode 45, we tell you ab …


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Not Reserving Judgment Episode 44: Shocking posts from Trudeau-appointee charged with policing YOUR speech

Episode 44: Shocking posts from Trudeau-appointee charged with policing YOUR speech On Episode 44, we tell you about a family …


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Canadian Constitution Foundation in court this week intervening in “plastics ban” case

TORONTO – The Canadian Constitution Foundation (CCF) is appearing as an intervener in the legal challenge to the federal “pla …


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Announcing the new National Director of the Runnymede Society

(La version française suit) CALGARY: The Runnymede Society is delighted to announce that Tim Haggstrom has been appointed as …


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Not Reserving Judgment Episode 43: U of T asks judge to end to pro-Palestinian encampment. Will they win?

Episode 43: U of T asks judge to end to pro-Palestinian encampment. Will they win? On Episode 43, we give a full recap of the …


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Freedom Defender of the Week: Prof. Michael Geist

For many years now, the federal government has been determined to update broadcasting and internet policies according to a ve …


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Not Reserving Judgment Episode 42: Is TMU law a ‘clown school’? Plus new details on Trudeau’s Internet regulation laws

Episode 42: Is TMU law a ‘clown school’? Plus new details on Trudeau’s Internet regulation laws On Episode 42, we dig into th …


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The vaccine mandates have proved to be one of the enduring legacies of the COVID-19 pandemic

It’s strange to recall given what ensued, but the spectre of state-imposed mandatory vaccinations and vaccine passports seeme …


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Not Reserving Judgment Episode 41: Another loss for freedom after COVID lockdown ticket upheld

Episode 41: Another loss for freedom after COVID lockdown ticket upheld On Episode 41, we discuss why Newfoundland is suing t …


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Not Reserving Judgment Episode 40: Can the University of Toronto kick the anti-Israel protesters off campus?

Episode 40: Can the University of Toronto kick the anti-Israel protesters off campus? On Episode 40, we discuss the Universit …


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Ban smoking? What we’re watching: May 24, 2024

Is outright prohibition the next logical step for the anti-smoking movement? Sounds a bit paternalistic and silly to us, but …


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The Trudeau family tradition of invoking unnecessary emergency powers

As the government of Justin Trudeau appeals January’s Federal Court decision that found his invocation of the Emergencies Act …


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