Canadian Justice | Is There Such a Thing as Easy Money?
Christine welcomes a panel of experts to look into the growing trend of multi-level marketing and how you can spot a legitimate business model vs. a pyramid scheme
Canadian Justice | Some of the Quirkiest Cases in the Canadian Courts
From an in-court bathroom break to a protestor in a chicken suit. Christine and a panel of lawyers take a humorous look at some of the strangest sites they’ve seen or heard in court
Canadian Justice | Totalitarianism Is Taking Over Hong Kong
Christine welcomes a panel of legal experts to explain a new National Security Law in Hong Kong which exposes the entire world to charges.
Canadian Justice | A Case That Puts the Value of a Life Into Question
Is sentencing a convicted murderer to stacked life sentences cruel and unusual punishment? Christine welcomes a panel of legal experts to dissect why a court of appeals is challenging the sentencing of a man convicted of multiple murders
Canadian Justice | Canada Has Some of the Worst Animal Protection Laws
Lawyer and Executive Director of Animal Justice, Camille Labchuk, joins Christine to look at the reasons why federal political parties have included animal welfare reform in their campaign platforms this election
Canadian Justice | The Push to End Prohibition on Magic Mushrooms
Christine welcomes advocate and CEO of TheraPsil and patient, Thomas Hartle, for a fascinating look at the medicinal benefits of psilocybin (hallucinogenic magic mushrooms)
Canadian Justice | No Explanation for a Fertility Donor Clinic MIX Up
How Could This Happen? -A Fertility Doctor Found To Be The Biological Father Of 17 Children. Christine and her panel look at how the system failed the patients.
Canadian Justice | A Healthy Disagreement Over Vaccine Passports
Christine welcomes National Post Columnist, Jonathan Kay, and lawyer Ryan O’Connor to break down the nuances on both sides of the mandatory vaccine debate
Canadian Justice | A Legal Discussion On Facial Recognition Technology
In Canadian Justice, lawyer Christine Van Geyn engages in conversations with experts to explore some of the most pressing legal and political issues affecting our nation today.
Canadian Justice | Canada’s Weird Relationship With Private Healthcare.
Christine is joined by a panel of experts to look at the arguments for and against a blended healthcare system
Canadian Justice | The Laws Behind Mandatory Vaccines and Spreading COVID
Christine is joined by employment lawyer Howard Levitt and law professor Stephane Serafin to look at the balancing act of requiring mandatory vaccines and if we can be liable for spreading covid at the workplace or public
Canadian Justice | Crisis In Afghanistan
Christine welcomes a panel of experts who share personal stories from the situation in Afghanistan and discuss how prepared our government is to meet the commitment to bringing 20,000 Refugees to Canada
Canadian Justice | Unintended Consequences of Government Regulation on Online Content
A panel of legal experts joins Christine to weigh in on the government proposal to censor online content and discuss whether this could eventually inhibit our freedom of speech.
Canadian Justice | Why Is Our Housing Market So Unaffordable?
Christine welcomes a panel of experts for an in-depth discussion on what laws are contributing to unaffordability in the Canadian housing market.
Canadian Justice l The Debate Over Mandatory Vaccines
Health and Legal experts join Christine to look at the rationale behind mandatory vaccinations and domestic vaccination “passports”, which are being discussed by some policymakers and politicians.
Canadian Justice | Freedom of Expression and Religion on Trial
Human rights lawyer, Carol Crosson joins Christine to discuss the case of a medical student whose online comments on abortion and gun control ultimately led to him being suspended, then expelled from the University.
Canadian Justice | Human Rights Laws and Political Beliefs
Christine welcomes Queen’s University Law Professor Bruce Pardy and Executive Director of the Institute for Liberal Studies, Matt Bufton, for a debate on Canada’s Human Rights Tribunals and whether they should protect our Political Beliefs.
Canadian Justice | The Debate Over The Notwithstanding Clause
Christine welcomes a panel of legal experts to weigh in on the fight to defend or remove one of the most powerful tools in a politician’s tool box
Canadian Justice | Social Media May Become a Little Less Social
Joanna Baron and Omar Ha-Redeye join guest host KR Davidson to discuss two bills that will give the government more control over our consumption of digital content and freedom of expression.
Canadian Justice | A New Challenge to the Canadian Law on Prostitution
Christine welcomes legal experts to weigh in on the new challenges to prostitution laws and whether these laws have a greater effect on the purchaser or seller.
Canadian Justice | Challenges In Regulating Canadian Online Content
Christine is joined by legal experts to further explain what Bill-C10 accomplishes, what problems exist and whether the CRTC should regulate Canadian online content.
Canadian Justice | A History Making Showdown Between Government and Parliament
A four hundred year old commonwealth principle is at stake in Canada’s highest court. KR welcomes a panel of legal experts to explain how we got here.
Canadian Justice | The Me Too Movement and Defamation Charges
Christine welcomes a legal panel to address the issue of harassment and what laws exist to protect both the victims and defendants.
Canadian Justice | The Legalities Of Cryptocurrency
Christine welcomes an expert legal panel to discuss the existing regulations in protecting cryptocurrency investors as well as the story behind the first crypto-fund in the world.
Canadian Justice | Free Speech Challenged on University Campuses
Christine welcomes Journalist Jon Kay to a discussion with University Professors Faisal Bhabha and Rima Azar who share what happened after their comments were deemed controversial for their respected Universities.
Canadian Justice | What Are the Motives Behind Quebec’s Bill-96?
Lawyers Julius Grey and Eddie Goldenberg join Christine to discuss the precedent being set by Quebec’s attempt at a unilateral amendment to the Canadian Constitution.
Canadian Justice | How AI Is Changing the Law Profession
Christine is joined by legal and tech experts to explain why the future is here for the legal industry and some of the ways it will affect everyday Canadians.
Canadian Justice | The Rise of Bitcoin
Gavin Brown, Senior Lecturer on Financial Technology joins Christine to explain what Bitcoin is and why we should care.
Canadian Justice | The Ban on Religious Symbols
A legal panel of experts join Christine to talk about the recent ruling of the Quebec Superior Court on Bill 21 that prohibits public servants from wearing religious clothing or symbols while on the job.
Canadian Justice | Canada Summer Jobs Program and the Charter of Rights
Christine is joined by lawyers Kris Kinsinger, Carol Crosson & Professor Wayne McKay, for an in-depth discussion on the challenges against government restrictions based on beliefs.
Canadian Justice | Murder or Terrorism?
Christine welcomes lawyers Ari Goldkind and Monte MacGregor, as well as Professor Christian Leuprecht to look at the challenges for both the prosecutors and defence in the horrific killing of a London Muslim family.
Canadian Justice | Quarantine Hotel Update
Lawyers Jay Cameron and Jonathan Roth join Christine to look at Government Hotel Quarantine Procedures and ways they Infringe on Our Human Rights.
Canadian Justice | Alcohol Laws in Canada
Christine welcomes Grant Dingwall, founder of Free Our Booze, David Clement from Consumer Choice Canada, Dr. Samantha Wells of CAMH for a debate on whether it is time to change the liquor laws in Canada.
Canadian Justice | Supreme Court of Canada Appointment
Christine welcomes legal experts to discuss the required attributes of and process of selecting the next Supreme Court Judge of Canada who will be replacing Justice Abella.
Canadian Justice | Sex Assault Publication Ban
A sexual assault victim was fined for breaking a publication ban – a ban protecting her own identity. With help from the victim’s lawyer as well as a panel of legal experts, Christine breaks down the case.
Canadian Justice | The Right To Protest a Lockdown During a Lockdown
Christine is joined by legal experts to explain the Charter of Rights and the right to protest during a lockdown.
Canadian Justice | Frauds and Scams
A victim shares her story of being brainwashed out of $150,000 and Christine welcomes financial crimes experts for an education on how to spot if you are being scammed.
Canadian Justice | Co-Parenting Challenges During Covid Lockdowns
Custody battles, separation agreements and co-parenting are some of the challenges parents face during the lockdown. Christine welcome family law experts to discuss how the Pandemic has changed such agreements.
Canadian Justice | Life After Covid
Christine welcomes contributing authors from across Canada to discuss their book ‘Life After Covid’ which seeks to educate Canadians on the biggest issues that came to light during the pandemic.
Canadian Justice | Revenge Porn
Revenge porn is on the rise: What is it and how does it affect its victims.
Canadian Justice | Do Seized Assets From Crimes Help Fund The Police?
Christine and her legal panel of experts look at forfeiture laws and the ethical debate over government seizure of property.
Canadian Justice | Is The New Voting Legislation In Ontario Constitutional?
What will the new voting legislature mean for democracy? Christine welcomes a legal panel of experts to dissect the measures that have expanded taxpayer support for political parties.
Canadian Justice | Cancelled Cupcakes
Kelly’s Bake Shoppe got cancelled: They are a vegan, gluten free bakery in a Toronto suburb. Has cancel culture gone too far?
Canadian Justice | Why Ontario Repealed The Police Lockdown Orders
Should police enforce stay at home orders? Christine welcomes a panel of legal experts to examine what happened during a wild April weekend In Ontario.
Canadian Justice | Rogers Shaw Merger – Will this Merger Hurt Consumers and Competitiveness?
Today on Canadian Justice: Christine talks with various industry leaders about the pros and cons of the Rogers/Shaw merger.
Canadian Justice | COVID Cancel Culture
Christine welcomes employment and legal experts to unpack our freedom of expression rights as It relates to speaking out against COVID-19 restrictions.
Canadian Justice | Carbon Tax Dispute
Christine is joined by tax, environmental and legal experts to unpack the recent Supreme Court ruling over the new Government carbon tax.
Canadian Justice | COVID Cancel Culture
Christine welcomes employment and legal experts to unpack our freedom of expression rights as It relates you speaking out against COVID-19 restrictions.
Canadian Justice | Vaccine Passports
Are vaccine passports an infringement on our privacy rights? Christine welcomes an expert panel to unpack the idea.
Canadian Justice | Response to the Uyghur Genocide
We know that there is a genocide happening in China, so now what? Christine looks Into why so little information in known about the Chinese effort to eliminate Uyghurs.
Meet The Host
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Christine Van Geyn
Christine Van Geyn is an outspoken advocate for freedom in Canada. She is currently the Litigation Director for the Canadian Constitution Foundation, a legal charity that fights for the fundamental freedoms of Canadians in the courts of law and public opinion. She is also host of the national television show "Canadian Justice", that covers Canada's most important legal news stories.
Christine earned her undergraduate degree at the University of Toronto, Trinity College. She earned her JD at Osgoode Hall Law school, studied at New York University School of Law and was called to the bar in Ontario in 2012.