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And that's the way it is...

I have sat down (kind of redundant statement considering I’m wheelchair dependent) numerous times in the past couple of weeks to put some thoughts to paper but to no avail.   931 more words

Terry Wiens

Guindon v. Canada: Does the s. 11 Charter analysis stand up to bilingual construction?

In Guindon v. Canada, released today, the Supreme Court of Canada dismissed the appeal of a tax lawyer acting as a tax adviser, Julie Guindon, for penalties imposed by the Minister of National Revenue for issuance of tax receipts containing false statements.   594 more words

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Re-imagining Healthcare

Confession, I must admit I was a little rattled to read about the health care costs being unsustainable with the advancing tsunami of seniors, not only on the horizon but lapping up the beach.   1,389 more words

Terry Wiens

Charter challenge by Winnipeg man suspected of planning terrorism delayed

A charter challenge by a Winnipeg man suspected of planning terrorist activities has been delayed.

Aaron Driver, who is 23, is not accused of any crime, but federal authorities are trying to limit his activities on suspicion that he might help or engage in terrorist activities. 69 more words

Winnipeg

Message in a bottle 2: Democracy, the Appointment of Judges and the Canadian Charter of Rights

Message in a bottle 2: Democracy, the Appointment of Judges and the Canadian Charter of Rights https://t.co/hsJzAu5bPx

— ADCSovereignty (@ADCSovereignty) July 6, 2015

Introduction – The role of judges in a democracy with constitutionally protected rights…

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Judge slams Peel police over ‘cavalier’ attitude towards Charter rights

A Brampton judge rebuked a senior Peel Regional Police sergeant and his fellow officers for “self-serving and less than credible” evidence in court and “lackadaisical attitudes” towards police search powers in a recent ruling on a drug possession case. 976 more words

Toronto

Supreme Court of Canada redefines medical pot

WATCH ABOVE: A Supreme Court decision has left the federal government smoking mad. It has to do with medical marijuana and how it can be consumed. 731 more words

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