Justice with John Carpay

S04E14 John in Quebec

April 12, 2023 The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms Season 4 Episode 14
S04E14 John in Quebec
Justice with John Carpay
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Justice with John Carpay
S04E14 John in Quebec
Apr 12, 2023 Season 4 Episode 14
The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms

John visited Quebec last week to meet with Justice Centre supporters there. Then we move on to the subject of protest bubble zones around drag events as they are being proposed by the Ontario NDP. Following that, John announces a new Justice Centre case that’s about to be filed. And then we talk about the dubious dodge where bureaucrats say they are unable to comment, or provide further information, on something because it is "before the courts."

CTV News, Apr 8, 2023: Hundreds of thousands still without power for 3rd night in Quebec following ice storm

Bing: Images of Quebec Ice Storm

cjlc.ca Centre juridique pour les libertes constitutionnelles (Justice Centre's French site)

CTV News, Dec 31, 2021: Here's what you need to know about the latest Quebec curfew and other restrictions

CBC, Apr 14, 2022: CAQ nixes opposition call for inquiry into deaths in seniors' homes during Quebec's 1st wave

Élie Cantin-Nantel, journalist with True North, on Twitter

Rebel News Québec on Youtube (with Alexandra Lavoie)

The Post Millennial, Apr 5, 2023: Ontario NDP, witch, drag queens, non-binary persons call for public safety zones around drag events

John Carpay in the Western Standard via The Justice Centre, Apr 5, 2023: The courage to resist cancellation

The London Free Press, Mar 31, 2023: Southwestern Ontario principal faces child porn, luring charges in London

CBC Radio, Sep 11, 2015: 'Before the courts' is not an excuse

Canadaland, Jan 22, 2016: Why ‘I can’t comment, this matter is before the courts’ is often bullshit

Jim Middlemiss in Canadian Lawyer, May 4, 2015: When ‘no comment’ doesn’t cut it

Justice Centre, Apr 4, 2023: Digital ID, Surveillance, and the Value of Privacy

Justice Centre, Apr 3, 2023: Federal Court hearing on challenges to the constitutionality of the Emergencies Act invocation starts today in Ottawa

Theme Music "Carpay Diem" by Dave Stevens

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Show Notes

John visited Quebec last week to meet with Justice Centre supporters there. Then we move on to the subject of protest bubble zones around drag events as they are being proposed by the Ontario NDP. Following that, John announces a new Justice Centre case that’s about to be filed. And then we talk about the dubious dodge where bureaucrats say they are unable to comment, or provide further information, on something because it is "before the courts."

CTV News, Apr 8, 2023: Hundreds of thousands still without power for 3rd night in Quebec following ice storm

Bing: Images of Quebec Ice Storm

cjlc.ca Centre juridique pour les libertes constitutionnelles (Justice Centre's French site)

CTV News, Dec 31, 2021: Here's what you need to know about the latest Quebec curfew and other restrictions

CBC, Apr 14, 2022: CAQ nixes opposition call for inquiry into deaths in seniors' homes during Quebec's 1st wave

Élie Cantin-Nantel, journalist with True North, on Twitter

Rebel News Québec on Youtube (with Alexandra Lavoie)

The Post Millennial, Apr 5, 2023: Ontario NDP, witch, drag queens, non-binary persons call for public safety zones around drag events

John Carpay in the Western Standard via The Justice Centre, Apr 5, 2023: The courage to resist cancellation

The London Free Press, Mar 31, 2023: Southwestern Ontario principal faces child porn, luring charges in London

CBC Radio, Sep 11, 2015: 'Before the courts' is not an excuse

Canadaland, Jan 22, 2016: Why ‘I can’t comment, this matter is before the courts’ is often bullshit

Jim Middlemiss in Canadian Lawyer, May 4, 2015: When ‘no comment’ doesn’t cut it

Justice Centre, Apr 4, 2023: Digital ID, Surveillance, and the Value of Privacy

Justice Centre, Apr 3, 2023: Federal Court hearing on challenges to the constitutionality of the Emergencies Act invocation starts today in Ottawa

Theme Music "Carpay Diem" by Dave Stevens

Support the Show.