A recent string of well‑deserved thrashings in court have demonstrated that the Supreme Court is truly an independent, non‑partisan body, able to act as a check on the Harper government's actions.
There is something fundamentally unjust in giving an institution, which actively discriminates against an identifiable group, access to a licensing regime that should be open to all, equally.
This case is good news for species at risk. It means that it will be difficult for the federal government to continue to ignore its obligations for the 167 species it has failed to protect.
An agreement has now been reached and a process established for compensation, but victims of the Rana Plaza garment factory disaster have yet to see any compensation.
Stephen Harper's strong condemnation of individuals who criticize Israel's policies raises serious concerns about his government's commitment to protecting political speech in Canada.
This case is a victory because it recognizes that the current legal regime of prostitution in Canada has penalized and caused harm to the very individuals it was supposed to protect.
On November 8, 2013 Citizenship and Immigration Minister Chris Alexander announced changes to the Canadian Experience Class (CEC) immigration program. Edward C. Corrigan gives an overview.
Given the reality that movement of dangerous goods is fraught with problems, it seems a reasonable question to ask why Canada has yet to take seriously the need to move to a low-carbon energy future.
Can the government of the day bind future legislatures to spend money through entering into contracts, whether they be collective agreements, or ordinary contracts to expend money over multiple years?
In the wake of the Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh, the corporations who use the factory expressed grave concern for the deceased workers and their families and committed to helping them.