“There is no doubt there is a solid case for defamation,” wrote Justice Calum MacLeod.
Supreme Court of Canada Justice Rosalie Abella will leave a lasting legacy when she retires in a couple weeks.
"While there is merit to enshrining property rights in a potential new Alberta constitution, there are cautions that Albertans should consider first."
"The current Alberta government was elected to take Ottawa head-on, and every day that goes by without any action makes the situation worse."
"In one fell swoop the Supreme Court of Canada has gutted any meaningful provincial jurisdiction, creating an untenable situation that, if left to stand, will add...
Ted Morton likened Justin Trudeau’s energy policies to an unwelcome sequel of the National Energy Program (NEP) made by his father in the early 1980’s.
"The SCC seems to imply that just as Alberta’s sovereignty must give way to the federal government, Canadian sovereignty must eventually acquiesce to international governance. And...
“I think we’re confident in our legal position,” Environment Minister Jonathan Wilkinson earlier told reporters.
Seven of fifteen lower court judges ruled the law granted cabinet powers so sweeping it was unconstitutional.
"Who are these policy-makers having the wisdom and intelligence to decide all these petty matters for us, when they are mere citizens as well who likewise...