Human rights advocate, Aga Wilson, talks to Rights Probe executive director, Bruce Pardy, about the current challenges to democracy and how the legal system in many cases has been used to benefit the current global Covid-19 narrative, as well as Bruce’s views on natural law and common law. Watch the video here
Episode Seven of Free Expression: The Future of A Fundamental Freedom. In this episode, Dax speaks with special guest, Bruce Pardy, Professor of Law at Queen’s University. Listen in here
Free to Fly hosts lawyer Bruce Pardy, to discuss the travel mandate decision, appeals, silver linings (if any), and the state of our judiciary moving forward. Watch the video here Bruce Pardy and Rights Probe: https://www.rightsprobe.org/about Rupa Subramanya’s article: https://www.commonsense.news/p/court-documents-reveal-canadas-travel http://www.FreetoFly.ca
It’s been one week since Western University announced its booster mandate for the upcoming year, a policy that’s been criticized by lawyers, doctors, professors and Western students alike. Over the weekend, hundreds of people protested the policy on Western’s campus. In this special edition of The Andrew Lawton Show, Andrew discussed the mandate with infectious […]
The CJC plays an important role in maintaining the people’s confidence in the judiciary. That trust is undermined when judges fail to show prudence in commenting on the delicate political issues of the day.
New kid on the block not rooted in Enlightenment.
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?
Freedom of expression has been described as the most important liberty. But bodily autonomy is more important.
“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.”
Confidence in the judiciary depends on whether people perceive courts to be genuinely neutral, not merely within a narrow band of progressive consensus.