Canadian Constitution Foundation intervening in Federal Court “plastics ban” case

TORONTO – The Canadian Constitution Foundation has been granted intervener status in the legal challenge to a federal “plasti …


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Not Reserving Judgment Episode 38: Can bylaw ban swinging? Plus what secret testimony says about Trudeau

Episode 38: Can a bylaw ban swinging? Plus what secret testimony says about Trudeau On Episode 38, we discuss what formerly s …


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Not Reserving Judgment Episode 36: Why did a Green Party activist’s protest land her in jail?

Episode 36: Why did a Green Party activist’s protest land her in jail? On Episode 36, we tell you about a challenge to Newfou …


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Ottawa spent “excessive” $2.2 million fighting Emergencies Act challenge

OTTAWA – The Canadian Constitution Foundation is shocked to learn that Ottawa spent more than $2 million of taxpayer funds un …


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Not Reserving Judgment Episode 34: Is it time for Governor General Mary Simon to resign?

Episode 34: Is it time for Governor General Mary Simon to resign? On Episode 34, Josh explains why he thinks Governor General …


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CCF seeks judicial review of Niagara’s unlawful solar eclipse “emergency”

NIAGARA REGION – The Canadian Constitution Foundation (the “CCF”) filed a notice of application for judicial review in Ontari …


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No, an eclipse is not an emergency

Niagara Region in Ontario has declared a state of emergency because of the eclipse!! This is a real abuse of the legislation …


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April 5, 2024: What we’re watching

Here are some stories and cases we think you might be interested in: Niagara Region pre-emptively declares state of emergency …


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Not Reserving Judgment Episode 30: Why did a judge order activists defending ‘gang-run drug camps’ to pay $11,500?

Episode 30: Why did a judge order activists defending ‘gang-run drug camps’ to pay $11,500? On Episode 30, we explain why a p …


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Crown immunity (Canada v Joseph Power)

The Canadian Constitution Foundation (CCF) has been granted intervenor status in a Supreme Court of …

CCF Launch: July 24, 2023
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Status: Ongoing

Separation of Powers (Quebec Reference re)

The Canadian Constitution Foundation (“CCF”) will be appearing at the Supreme Court of Canada on Dec …

CCF Launch: December 6, 2022
Issue Area:
Status: Closed

First-past-the-post electoral system case

The Canadian Constitution Foundation was granted intervener status in a novel case at the Ontario Su …

CCF Launch: September 25, 2023
Issue Area:
Status: Closed

Freedom of Information case (UAPs and UFOs)

The Canadian Constitution Foundation is assisting a freelance investigative journalist in his appeal …

CCF Launch: November 27, 2023
Issue Area:
Status: Ongoing

Public Interest Status (Ontario Court of Appeal, 2023)

The CCF, in a historic partnership with the Canadian Civil Liberties Association and Democracy Watch …

CCF Launch: October 23, 2023
Issue Area:
Status: Closed

Not Reserving Judgment Episode 28: Why were conspiracy to murder charges dropped in Coutts?

Episode 28: Why were conspiracy to murder charges dropped in Coutts? On Episode 28, we give you an update on the criminal cha …


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