Canada’s courts have not become as politicized as those in the United States. But suggestions that their decisions should be ignored are alarming and bring us further in an American direction.
Cannabis legalization has worked out well in this country for several reasons—not least of which is the fact that Canadians were ready for it.
The government’s proposed legislation will make the pool of potential Supreme Court justices more Laurentian and more elite.
The media has mostly been silent about the risks posed by the Governor General vacuum to our institutional independence and legitimacy. Have they failed to grasp the risk to institutional independence and legitimacy occasioned by Richard Wagner’s tenure as acting Governor General?
Cultural and religious minorities are not the only ones who should be worried about Bill 21. Anyone who believes in liberal democracy ought to vigorously oppose it, too.