Lawyer Bruce Pardy joins Liberty Coalition Canada to explore the “quiet and unopposed” revolution that has transformed Canadian society, with a focus on the Josh Alexander case, where a student at St. Joseph’s Catholic High School in Renfrew was suspended as well as banned for a month because he questioned the non-binary use of bathrooms […]
Bruce Pardy joins The Ezra Levant Show to discuss the state of everything from law and politics to freedom, journalism, activism, as well as the ongoing impact of the Covid scare on civil liberties and our collective psyche. Bruce, a law professor – or “professor of freedom” as Ezra has dubbed him – describes how […]
“Professional regulators have become ideological.”
Bruce Pardy with Barry W. Bussey & Prof. Iain Benson | First Freedoms Foundation Unpacking the year that was and the state of freedom in Canada. Freedom Convoy 2022 takes the spotlight with law professor Bruce Pardy noting that here was the first time in Canada, in a long time, where “everybody saw” a group […]
How much can one country endure of this arrogance and deception?
– Brian Peckford, Peckford42
What happened to society’s broad agreement about government overreach, the legal definition of certain words and a political landscape that once included a middle ground? In this podcast episode of “Grey Matter,” constitutional lawyer Leighton Grey and lawyer Bruce Pardy of Rights Probe discuss the obvious divide in our political system and how villainizing each […]
The community of ideas makes a comeback.
Bill 1 is a sign that “Alberta is not satisfied with the way the Canadian federation is working.” ~ Bruce Pardy
Individual autonomy – the crowning achievement of Western legal systems – is now at risk. The law is moving from individualist to collectivist; from blind justice to social justice; from equality of treatment to equality of outcome; from capitalist to statist; from economic competition to political conformity; and from neutral adjudication to judicial activism. The […]
Education and Law Journal, Vol 29, p 27 (2020). 28 Pages Posted: 24 Sep 2020 Bruce Pardy Queen’s University – Faculty of Law Date Written: August 20, 2020 Abstract Universities have no legal rationale for restricting the content of speech. Laws that limit speech automatically apply to university campuses as they do everywhere else. Having […]