The Quebec Bar Association has launched a legal challenge against parts of the federal Conservatives' law-and-order agenda.
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Opponents of the Conservative government’s crime Bill C-10 were justified to argue that private companies would profiteer from the new jail system the legislation proposed for Canada.
Canadians can point to many decisions made by politicians that have used taxpayers’ money with little or no resulting benefit.
The debate isn't over yet for the Conservative criminal justice legislation — at least not in Quebec.
The Conservatives have used their majority to pass the so-called omnibus crime bill within the first 100 sitting days of Parliament as promised, despite continued opposition from Canada's largest provinces which vowed Monday not to sit back idly as the measures come into force.
The Conservatives' controversial crime bill will be put to final vote Monday night in the House of Commons, a few days later than the government expected.
The Opposition has successfully delayed the passage of the controversial omnibus crime bill which was set to be voted on Wednesday one last time.
The government's omnibus crime bill was back in the House of Commons Tuesday after it was amended last week in the Senate and it could be one day away from becoming law.
Buried in the "Omnibus Crime Bill" are significant changes to Canada's Youth Criminal Justice Act (YCJA).
Canada's senators burnt the midnight oil Thursday as they wrapped up debate on the Conservatives' controversial crime bill.