Monthly Archives: April 2015

ARL in the News

Asher Honickman was recently quoted in the Epoch Times regarding the proposed memorial to the victims of communism. Honickman was interviewed by the Epoch Times after he and Dylan Crosby published an opinion editorial in the National Post on behalf of the ARL.

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Quebec v. Canada: Constitution Cannot Force Orders of Government to Be Nice to Each Other

The Supreme Court of Canada’s March 27, 2015 decision in Quebec (Attorney General) v. Canada (Attorney General) is an exemplary judgment in upholding the rule of law in the realm of federalism. The majority’s decision explicitly (and refreshingly) recognized that the constitution’s text is the primary source of its meaning, while also explicitly recognizing that courts are not to review ...

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