. Goodman v. Canada (Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness)
In Goodman v. Canada (Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness) (Fed CA, 2022) the Federal Court of Appeal considered a rare Canadian Bill of Rights case. The Canadian Bill of Rights is a pre-Charter statutory (not constitutional) attempt at the same sort of 'rights and freedoms' that the Charter later picked up on. It is rarely used these days, but is still 'on the (statute) books'. The case is short so I link it all here.
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