As the 40th (ruby) anniversary of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms approaches, we talk about the document's history and how our liberties are threatened more than ever before. John updates us on the latest media misrepresentation about the truckers’ convoy, and Kevin describes some of Deena Hinshaw’s testimony in the court challenge to Alberta lockdown policies.
The Canadian Encyclopedia: The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
legislation.gov.uk: British North America Act 1867
Alberta Criminal Defence Lawyers, Jul 23, 2020: Bill 21: What You Need To Know (Provincial Administrative Penalties Act)
Rebel News, Dec 20, 2020: PUNISHED for PLAYING HOCKEY: Calgary police threaten to TASER young skater at outdoor rink
CBC, Nov 8, 2017: Sask. government invokes notwithstanding clause over Catholic school ruling
The Globe and Mail, Sep 17, 2018: ‘We will never, ever back down,’ Doug Ford declares as he presses ahead with plan to slash Toronto city council
CTV News, Jun 14, 2021: Ontario passes election spending bill with notwithstanding clause
CBC, Apr 22, 2021: Quebec likely to use notwithstanding clause again for new language law, despite concerns by court
BBC, Feb 16, 2021: Covid: Dutch crisis as court orders end to Covid curfew
Cosmin Dzsurdzsa in True North, Apr 7, 2022: How the Liberals and NDP pushed the arson hoax about the Freedom Convoy
Rex Murphy in The National Post via MSN, Apr 9, 2022: Will anyone apologize for falsely accusing truckers of attempted arson in Ottawa?
Viva Frei on Rumble, Mar 24, 2022: Live Stream with Ottawa Convoy Attorney Keith Wilson - Viva Frei Live!
The Counter Signal, Apr 8, 2022: Hinshaw stumbles around cross-examination in court
Rebel News, Apr 8, 2022: Alberta's chief medical officer cross-examined under oath
Justice Centre, Apr 6, 2022: April 5 Trial Update, Alberta Lockdown Challenge: Dr. Hinshaw Cross Examination
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