Laws & Regulations

Canada Beyond 150: Policy For An Inclusive Future

Canada Beyond 150: Policy For An Inclusive Future was a 10-month program “Championed by the Privy Council, and delivered by Policy Horizons Canada” in June of 2017. They gathered a Canada-wide group of federal public servants to ‘support leadership and skills development’, and ‘drive culture shift across the public service’.

Canada, Where The Rule Of Law Officially Doesn’t Apply To Government Officials

I was genuinely shocked after seeing this video. I mean, I knew that this was what was happening.. but I didn’t expect them to out-right come out and say it. (‘Kudo’s’ to them for being open and transparent about it for once, though!) In the video, Joe from Global News calls in asking a question …

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Document: Magna Carta

[1] In the first place we grant to God and confirm by this our present charter for ourselves and our heirs in perpetuity that the English Church is to be free and to have all its rights fully and its liberties entirely.

Database: Court Listener

I stumbled across this website where you can see court files submitted to the government for the US. Advanced RECAP Archive Search for PACER – CourtListener.com Create alerts, search for and browse the latest court opinions, PACER documents, judges, and oral arguments. Updated automatically with the latest court documents. An initiative of Free Law Project. …

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CSIS Caught Lying As Ruled In Court, Brings To Question Respect For The Rule Of Law

He refused to impose any consequences on them for breaking the law and lying to the court. Instead, he developed a pseudo-legal test that gives judges full discretion to accept the evidence if it is in the “interest of the community [because of] the seriousness or imminence of a threat to the security of Canada.