'Judicial activism' can promote freedom! If you need some examples of how judges can protect legitimate individual rights that politicians can't or won't look at what the CCF is doing.
Irvin Leroux's life was left in shambles by the CRA. He sued them and won a victory for taxpayers but not himself. He needs your help to continue his case.
CASL, Canada's new anti-spam law, is meant to protect Canadians from nuisance emails. In reality, it may inadvertently harm Canada's charitable organizations.
Should we tax businesses more to create a "youth job guarantee" in order to fight youth unemployment? Or should the gov't get out of the way of job creation by cutting red tape?
The Supreme Court has helped Canadians significantly by clarifying that it’s generally an unlawful seizure for authorities to gather personal identifying information about an Internet user from an ISP without first seeking a warrant.
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