The subject who is truly loyal to the Chief Magistrate will neither advise nor submit to arbitrary measures.
The case, begun in 2012 when Gérard Comeau, of Tracadie, N.B., bought beer and spirits in Quebec, challenged New Brunswick’s liquor law, but had implications on all interprovincial trade
For those of us dedicated to the ever-freer passage of goods, services and people, the ruling is a disappointment
In an effort to blunt the impact of B.C.’s reference to the courts, Ottawa is preparing legislation that would not only declare federal jurisdiction over the project, but give it added clout to enforce it
Steve Kean sees no sign that fierce opposition to the project is relenting
The questions at play in the Trans Mountain spat are not about who has jurisdiction, but who looks like they are taking a loud, tough stand for their side
The board’s move comes after a year in which Premier Kathleen Wynne’s Liberals intervened heavily in the province’s energy market
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