Dec 282012

Ron Gray opines on Canada's maverick courts, making up or changing laws beyond its power. Parliament – the legal maker of laws – answers to voters and creates laws to serve the public good. Power-mad judges take it upon themselves to modify the laws in their mental image. Why is Canada in so much trouble? Because the courts answer to nobody. Only Parliament has the power to stop the courts, but they lack the necessary guts.

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