Putting a muzzle on the right to disagree

Censorship's pure arrogance says: ‘I'm so correct that I can decide on behalf of everyone which ideas may be expressed in public’

Putting a muzzle on the right to disagreeCALGARY, Alta. Oct. 26, 2016/ Troy Media/ – Did the Supreme Court of Canada get it wrong in striking down Vancouver’s ban on placing political ads on buses? Vancouver’s policy stated, in part: “No advertisement will be accepted which is likely, in the light of prevailing community standards, to cause offence to any person or group of…

Constitutional challenge set in cross-border beer battle

Interprovincial trade barriers based on politically tainted precedent

Constitutional challenge set in cross-border beer battleDownload this column on beer for your publication or website. FREE Terms and Conditions of use BELLEVILLE, ON Aug 24, 2015/ Troy Media/ - Canadians seem obsessed with the Mike Duffy story these days, deeming it a scandalous cover-up of inappropriate behaviour. But, starting August 25, an even more scandalous cover-up – one that has…