Resources

  • Filter by:

Article | Chris Younker | March 12, 2009
“1984” in 2009: R. v. Wilson

Category: The Charter, Legal Rights (Sections 7-14)

In the recent case of R. v. Wilson, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice held that a person’s account information linked to an internet provider’s address (IP address) was not subject […]

Article | Ken Dickerson | January 23, 2010
“Gag Order” Silences Wheat Board, as Supreme Court Declines to Consider the Reach of the Charter

Category: The Charter, Fundamental Freedoms (Section 2)

On January 21, 2009, the Supreme Court of Canada chose not to hear the Canadian Wheat Board’s (CWB) appeal of a decision on the constitutionality of a “gag order” from […]

Article | Jim Young | May 12, 2009
“Kafkaesque” Adelrazik Saga Raises Mobility Rights Question

Category: The Charter, Mobility Rights (Section 6)

Does the Government of Canada have a constitutional obligation to make good faith efforts to repatriate citizens stranded abroad? Section 6(1) of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms reads, “Every citizen of […]

Article | CCS Administrator | October 19, 2018
“Purging” Facebook of Threats and Hate Speech: Is this Constitutional?

Category: The Charter, Fundamental Freedoms (Section 2)

Introduction Two women in Manitoba have been charged with uttering threats and public incitement of hatred for their Facebook comments, posted in response to the vandalism of one woman’s car.[1] The […]

Article | June 26, 2015
$150 in the Swear Jar and No @#$%&! Parties: Alberta Bylaw Prohibits Swearing, Restricts Groups

Category: The Charter, Fundamental Freedoms (Section 2)

This article was written by a law student for the general public. Introduction The Town of Taber recently passed a bylaw that has garnered national attention for restricting swearing and […]

Article | August 7, 2015
A Constitutional Right to Experimental Drugs?

Category: The Charter, Legal Rights (Sections 7-14)

This article was written by a law student for the general public. Introduction Should experimental drugs for the very ill be made more widely available in Canada? According to the […]

Stay Up to Date

Sign up for our newsletter to receive updates on our upcoming events.