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.”
Only in a country with fragile, hysterical leadership could the trucker convoy be regarded as an emergency justifying the infringement of civil liberties. Bruce Pardy for Inside Policy.
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, […]
“The trouble you will get into will depend upon what kind of actions, beliefs, attitudes and protests you engage in.”
Perhaps the issue was bias against the Freedom Convoy.
No one should follow Ottawa’s example.
The invasion of so many civil liberties must not be allowed to dip into oblivion just because the PM dropped his emergency rhetoric.
“I never thought I’d see the day when law enforcement officers would be arresting citizens for the crime of exercising their charter rights and freedoms to free assembly and free speech.”