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Canada's Celebrity Judges

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Canada's Celebrity Judges

Other countries have public intellectuals; Canada has Supreme Court judges, writes Y.Y. Zhu in the forthcoming issue of The Dorchester Review.

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Judging Without the Law

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Judging Without the Law

Our politicians have given judges much power on the assumption that there was something called the law; that law would be supreme. Not judges. But in Backhouse’s biography and L’Heureux-Dubé’s judgments there is no concept of law.

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Canadians' Right to Bear Arms

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Canadians' Right to Bear Arms

EDITOR'S NOTE: Below this article by Dr. John Robson we are pleased to include part of the ensuing debate that occurred partly online with Professor R. Blake Brown and conclude with a comment from Canada's foremost firearms rights expert, Professor Gary Mauser.    Armed Canadians — A Brief History JOHN ROBSON reveals that Canadians have just as much a tradition of the right to bear arms as any other country   TO SUGGEST THAT Canadians have a long and glorious tradition of liberty is to invite ridicule. Surely you have mistaken us for someone else, you risk being told. Especially if you add...

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