“I find that section 121 of the Constitution Act, 1867 has not fallen into desuetude,” the court wrote. “Its disuse or neglect has arisen as a result of an unfounded judicial interpretation which effects have continued for nearly a century.” Those effects will continue no more.
A New Brunswick judge has ruled the province's restrictions on bringing alcohol across provincial borders violates the Constitution's free-trade provisions.
You can’t throw common sense out the window just because protecting children from abuse and neglect is a serious priority.
All the American bullying in the world is not enough reason to sacrifice Canadians’ rights.
Ironically, this bylaw could be used by surreptitious bullies to dominate their victims.
Canada’s provincial civil forfeiture laws were originally intended to deter crime and compensate victims. In Canada today, civil forfeiture is not exclusively used to satisfy these objectives.
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