supreme court of canada

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Courts mandate socialism to promote ‘fundamental justice’

According to the court, we must have equal distribution of medical resources, even if that prevents you from obtaining private care that would save your life.

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When labour regulations are overly restrictive, they impede the ability of employers and workers to adjust to changing economic conditions.

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The Halalt First Nations recently filed a $2 billion civil case against a private pulp and paper company in B.C.

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Adoption of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms in 1982 made treaty and Aboriginal rights constitutional, though no one knew at the time what that meant. We are gradually finding out as the Supreme Court of Canada develops a new body of law.