(November 3, 2021) How can this be? Contrary to common belief, the charter is not the foundational document upon which our legal system is built. COVID has exposed the Charter’s shortcomings and given Canadians cause to reassess their assumptions about how the law works.
During COVID, the charter has been useless
Rise Up: Freedom must prevail!
(October 30, 2021) Construct a society of freedom and we, the people, will sort out all the rest.
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Lawrence Solomon: Amazon doesn’t compete in the free market. It should have to.
(April 6, 2018) What’s enlightened about turning a blind eye to government policies that destroy traditional retail?
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Lawrence Solomon: Cyclists are just bloody collateral damage in the climate change wars
(January 26, 2018) The more cities succeed in their quest to save the planet, the more they will fail to protect their own people.
Posted in Automobile, Cities, Climate Change, Public transit, Transportation, Uncategorized Tagged Bicycles, bike lanes, bike safety, Climate Change, cycling, cycling infrastructure, regulations 4 Comments
Are bike lanes safe?
Join us Tuesday, January 30, at 8PM for a public debate on bike lanes, prompted by the controversial National Post series.
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