The CCF's 2015 Law and Freedom Conference
Please join us for some lively debate and discussion about the most important issues in Canadian constitutional law today — and how they impact human freedom. Early-bird and student tickets are still available
The war on pot brownies
Why does the government care which way a patient chooses to take their medical marijuana?
Private citizens creating their own solution to transportation woes in Toronto. Will the government stay out of it?
"The trouble is that in practice, the requirement is a clunky, inefficient and awkward way to achieve this end, and threatens to curtail the freedom of innocent dissidents — as well as just plain innocents — around the world without doing much good."
"...it’s a story about provincial governments generating revenue for themselves, and using their legal powers to guard that revenue from competition from other provinces."
The taxi and limo industries in Calgary are heavily regulated in favour of the incumbent corporations. The CCF is interested in getting more involved on this topic. It is time we saw a better environment for consumers, drivers and entrepreneurs.
The Canadian Constitution Foundation (CCF) is a registered charity, independent and non-partisan. We defend the constitutional rights and freedoms of Canadians in the courts of law and public opinion.
We depend on donations from Canadians like you who value their constitutional rights and freedoms. We receive no government funding. Charitable tax receipts are issued for donations.