Tribunal said white people cannot claim discrimination.
Tag: civil liberties
A two-parter! Bruce Pardy and Barry W. Bussey rake over the final word from the Emergencies Act inquiry – the Rouleau report. Bruce concludes that the inquiry served as a “cleansing process” for the justification of implementing the Emergencies Act: a process that produced a “performance” if not an outcome. The conversation continues from part […]
Courts are likely to defer to public institutions to act in whatever way they deem to be in the public good.
Bruce Pardy joins The Ezra Levant Show to dig into the results of the Emergencies Act Inquiry in Ottawa. “It is a mistake to think that this was going to be a court-like process,” says Bruce. “The inquiry was simply putting together a report, not a binding report, and it can’t find liability.”
Andrew Lawton devotes the latter part of his show (at the 51.36 mark) for a look into the Commission’s findings with Bruce Pardy, who has maintained from the outset there was no legal basis for the invocation of the Emergencies Act. The point of the Commission’s inquiry, he says, is to perform a “ritual” with […]
Insights into the Ontario Law Society
Lawyers are the last line of defence. But if lawyers have been compromised by requirements imposed on them by their own regulator, where are you going to go?
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 […]
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“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 […]