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Shaun Newman Podcast Presents: Bruce Pardy

Shaun Newman Podcast Bruce is the executive director of Rights Probe (https://www.rightsprobe.org/) and professor of law at Queen’s University. A critic of legal progressivism and the expansive managerial state, he has written on a range of subjects at the front lines of the culture war inside the law. He has taught at law schools in […]

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What’s all this about rights?

The IDEAS INSTITUTE presents The Soap Box “A Socratic conversation about COVID, courts, and the Constitution.” Special Guest Speaker – Bruce Pardy With a special introduction by Trish Wood Sunday, October 23, 2022 Doors open 3 p.m. Presentation 4 p.m. Followed by Q&A Venue: The George Brew Pub in Newmarket Tickets available at https://theideasinstitute.org/event/bpardy-2/ IDEAS […]

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What led to the overturning of Roe v. Wade?

Dr. Julie Ponesse and Bruce Pardy look at the particulars of the Dobbs v. Jackson case to understand why a revisitation of the abortion issue came before the Supreme Court in the first place.

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Totalitarian rule of man replacing neutral rule of law

New kid on the block not rooted in Enlightenment.

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Will Canada’s courts uphold our Charter rights?

Can Canadians rely on the Supreme Court of Canada to protect their Charter rights and freedoms or has the highest court in Canada been compromised by its progressive agenda?

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COVID and the end of the rational university

Freedom of expression has been described as the most important liberty. But bodily autonomy is more important.

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On speech and conduct, repressive tolerance is a feature, not a bug

It turns out that progressives were less interested in the principle of free speech than in promoting their own values.

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Canada’s judges must guard against bias, say lawyers

“I’ve never seen any judge speak out in such a biased manner about a contentious issue that is likely to be heard by the court.”

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Alberta Court of Appeal tees up an argument for western separation

By Bruce Pardy for the Financial Post Last week, the Alberta Court of Appeal ruled that the federal Impact Assessment Act is an unconstitutional infringement on provincial powers. In a 121-page judgment, four of the panel’s five judges said Parliament had taken a wrecking ball to the constitutional right of the citizens of Alberta, Saskatchewan, […]

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Bill 100 – Ontario’s slide into a social credit system – Bruce Pardy

“The trouble you will get into will depend upon what kind of actions, beliefs, attitudes and protests you engage in.”