CCF staff lawyer Derek From on the Rob Breakenridge show to discuss Michael Schmidt's recent appearance before the Ontario Court of Appeal.
In the heavily regulated taxi cab industry, where free market competition has been all but restrained by government intervention, does a taxi driver have the right to refuse service to a person with a seeing eye dog on religious grounds?
CCF Executive Director Chris Schafer and Sun TV's Ezra Levant discuss the inherent dangers to individual liberty of an NDP private member's bill that would see the police in Canada doing random Breathalyzer tests without probably cause.
CCF Executive Director Chris Schafer joins Ezra Levant on Sun TV's the Source to discuss the federal government's new "Cyberbullying Law" and the lesser known parts of the law that could expand the government's ability to spy on private citizens without warrant.
These are the oral submissions made by Mark Gelowitz on behalf of the CCF (as an intervener) in Elizabeth Bernard v. Attorney General of Canada, et al. at the Supreme Court of Canada.
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