Canadian Justice

Host K.R. Davidson, welcomes advocates and lawyers on both sides of some of the most polarizing constitutional freedom cases involving Canadians today.

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Canadian Justice – The WEXIT Movement

Canadian Justice – The WEXIT Movement

Canadian Justice will be discussing the current frustration experienced by the Western Canadian provinces and how this has sparked the Wexit separatist Movement.

Canadian Justice – Concerns over Canada-China Relations

Canadian Justice – Concerns over Canada-China Relations

Canadian Justice looks at Canada-China relations and security concerns in the wake of Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou’s Extradition Case.

Canadian Justice – Challenges Against Academic Freedoms

Canadian Justice – Challenges Against Academic Freedoms

Canadian Justice explores the issue of academic freedom in light of Professor Tomas Hudlicky’s questioning of diversity hiring practices.

Canadian Justice – The Debate over Mandatory Vaccination

Canadian Justice – The Debate over Mandatory Vaccination

Canadian Justice looks at the topic of mandatory vaccinations and whether mandating vaccinations is the best method to ensure the long-term safety of Canadians from COVID-19.

Canadian Justice – Cancel Culture

Canadian Justice – Cancel Culture

Host K.R. Davidson discusses the impact of cancel culture with columnist Barbara Kay.

Canadian Justice – American Justice Vs. Canadian Justice

Canadian Justice – American Justice Vs. Canadian Justice

In the wake of American Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death, Canadian Justice will be looking at how the Supreme Court in both the United States and Canada handle appointments of new members, legal rulings, and the affect the American system has on our own.

Canadian Justice – John Turner’s Political Legacy

Canadian Justice – John Turner’s Political Legacy

Canadian Justice explores former Prime Minister John Turner’s impact on Canadian laws and judicial systems

Canadian Justice – Conversion Therapy

Canadian Justice – Conversion Therapy

Canadian Justice unpacks Bill C-8: the Criminal Code Ban on Conversion Therapy.

Canadian Justice – The Impact Of Cancel Culture

Canadian Justice – The Impact Of Cancel Culture

Host K.R. Davidson discusses the impact of cancel culture with columnist Barbara Kay.

Canadian Justice – A Review Into Bill C-7 Which Proposes To Expand Medical Assistance In Dying Laws

Canadian Justice – A Review Into Bill C-7 Which Proposes To Expand Medical Assistance In Dying Laws

Canadian Justice reviews Bill C-7 which proposes to expand Canada’s Medical Assistance in Dying Laws.

Canadian Justice – A Discussion On Different Governmental Responses To COVID-19

Canadian Justice – A Discussion On Different Governmental Responses To COVID-19

Canadian Justice host K.R. Davidson sits down with Christine Van Geyn of the Canadian Constitution Foundation (CCF) to discuss different governmental responses to COVID-19.

Canadian Justice – Cancel Culture and the Scientific Community

Canadian Justice – Cancel Culture and the Scientific Community

K.R. takes a deeper look at cancel culture and how it has pressured the scientific community to align with popular appeal over facts.

Canadian Justice – Canadian Justice Reviews A Recent Private Members Bill Seeking To Ban Sex Selective Abortions

Canadian Justice – Canadian Justice Reviews A Recent Private Members Bill Seeking To Ban Sex Selective Abortions

Canadian Justice reviews a recent private member’s bill seeking to ban sex selective abortions with guest panelists Joyce Arthur, Founder and Executive Director of The Abortion Rights Coalition of Canada and Tabitha Ewert, Legal Counsel for We Need a Law.

Canadian Justice – Is Banning Religious Symbols By Public-Sector Workers In The Workplace Constitutional?

Canadian Justice – Is Banning Religious Symbols By Public-Sector Workers In The Workplace Constitutional?

Canadian Justice looks at Quebec’s Bill 21 which, among other things, bans religious symbols by public-sector workers in the workplace. The show looks at the Constitutional issues arising from the enactment of the Bill.

Canadian Justice – K.R. Davidson Speaks With Lawyers About How Covid-19 Has Affected Different Areas Of Law

Canadian Justice – K.R. Davidson Speaks With Lawyers About How Covid-19 Has Affected Different Areas Of Law

In Canadian Justice’s Legal Update, K.R. Davidson speaks with lawyers about how Covid-19 has affected different areas of law; a criminal lawyer about “whether crime pays”; and, an immigration lawyer with the show’s good news segment.

Canadian Justice – The Arrest of Pastor David Lynn And The Charter Right Protecting Freedom Of Expression

Canadian Justice – The Arrest of Pastor David Lynn And The Charter Right Protecting Freedom Of Expression

Canadian Justice looks at the arrest of Pastor David Lynn and the Charter Right protecting Freedom of Expression.

Canadian Justice – K.R. Davidson and Christine Van Geyn Discuss Different Governmental Responses to Covid-19

Canadian Justice – K.R. Davidson and Christine Van Geyn Discuss Different Governmental Responses to Covid-19

Canadian Justice host K.R. Davidson sits down with Christine Van Geyn of the Canadian Constitution Foundation (CCF) to discuss different governmental responses to Covid-19.

Canadian Justice – The Legal Aspects of the WE Charity Probe

Canadian Justice – The Legal Aspects of the WE Charity Probe

Canadian Justice looks at the legal aspects being discussed during the WE Charity Probe which has consumed Canadian politics. Join K.R. Davidson as he sits down with criminal defense lawyer Lawrence Greenspon, and Duff Conacher who is the Coordinator of Democracy Watch.

Canadian Justice – Covid-19 Alert App Privacy Concerns

Canadian Justice – Covid-19 Alert App Privacy Concerns

Canadian Justice discusses the COVID Alert App designed to help reduce the spread of the coronavirus and the addressing of privacy

Canadian Justice – Private Members Bill Seeking to Ban Sex Selective Abortions

Canadian Justice – Private Members Bill Seeking to Ban Sex Selective Abortions

Canadian Justice reviews a recent private member’s bill seeking to ban sex selective abortions with guest panelists Joyce Arthur, Founder and Executive Director of The Abortion Rights Coalition of Canada and Tabitha Ewert, Legal Counsel for We Need a Law.

Canadian Justice – Mandatory Mask Laws in Canada

Canadian Justice – Mandatory Mask Laws in Canada

Canadian Justice looks at the topic of mandatory mask laws in Canada and whether mandating is the best method to ensuring the long-term safety of Canadians
from COVID-19.

Canadian Justice – Canada-China Relations

Canadian Justice – Canada-China Relations

Canadian Justice looks at Canada-China relations, with Garnet Genuis and Dr. Charles Burton, specifically in context to concerns with China’s human rights.

Canadian Justice – Charity Probe

Canadian Justice – Charity Probe

Canadian Justice dives into Charity Probe and how Parliamentarians handle issues of ethics, lobbying, and breach of trust.

Canadian Justice – Restrictions of Parliament During the Pandemic

Canadian Justice – Restrictions of Parliament During the Pandemic

Canadian Justice discusses the shutdown and restrictions of Parliament during the COVID-19 pandemic with Conservative House Leader Candice Bergen and Liberal Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, Arif Virani.

Canadian Justice – MP Mathew Green and litigation lawyer Shawn Knights

Canadian Justice – MP Mathew Green and litigation lawyer Shawn Knights

Canadian Justice looks at the issue of racism in Canada with MP Mathew Green and litigation lawyer Shawn Knights.

Canadian Justice – Quebec’s Bill 21

Canadian Justice – Quebec’s Bill 21

Canadian Justice looks at the constitutionality of Quebec’s Bill 21 which bans religious symbols
by public-sector workers in the workplace in an attempt to advance the secularization of Quebec’s institutions.

Canadian Justice – Anti-Black Racism in Canada

Canadian Justice – Anti-Black Racism in Canada

Host K.R. sits down with MP Matthew Green and Litigation Lawyer Shawn Knights to examine key differences between systemic and systematic racism and what can be done to address anti-black racism in Canada.

Canadian Justice – License Plates

Canadian Justice – License Plates

John Carpay discusses Freedom of Expression on License Plates after two opposite outcomes in regards to controversial licences plates issued in Manitoba.

Marty Moore, the lawyer who has represented both license plate holders, helps unpack this issue.

Canadian Justice – Babysitter Discrimination

Canadian Justice – Babysitter Discrimination

John Carpay discusses how human rights legislation affects parents’ choice of babysitters by looking at the case of 30-year-old babysitter James Cyrynowski who has filed numerous discrimination complaints against parents for asking him his age, marital status, and family status.

Marty Moore, the lawyer who has represented the parents against the complaints, helps unpack this issue.

Canadian Justice – Rituals in School

Canadian Justice – Rituals in School

John Carpay discusses the laws around rituals in schools after the Supreme Court of British Columbia issued a ruling allowing an Aboriginal Smudging Ceremony to ‘cleanse the classroom and spirits of the students of bad energy.’

Joining Mr. Carpay is Marty Moore, staff lawyer with the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms and Matia Matkovic, a Litigation Lawyer based in Calgary.

Canadian Justice – Free Speech Club

Canadian Justice – Free Speech Club

John Carpay looks at the University of British Columbia’s cancellation of a planned event by the Free Speech Club featuring journalist Andy Ngo.

Canadian Justice – Hate Speech

Canadian Justice – Hate Speech

John Carpay discusses the limitations of Free Speech in Canada, and unpacks the parameters of Canada’s hate speech laws with Jay Cameron, Litigation Manager with the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms.

Canadian Justice –  Campus Free Speech

Canadian Justice – Campus Free Speech

John Carpay explores a number of free speech issues on campuses across Canada with Marty Moore, Staff Lawyer with the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms.

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K.R. Davidson

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K.R. Davidson

K.R. Davidson is a lawyer and a business leader who has a broad array of experience that enables him to navigate the most pressing questions important to Canadians. K.R. served as a police officer in the Niagara Region for ten years and thereafter transitioned into a career as a lawyer. He has a LL. B. from Queen’s University and practised as a litigator on Bay Street. He has also served as an Assistant Crown Attorney with the Downtown Toronto Crown Attorney’s office.

K.R. has successfully operated several businesses and has served in senior management positions, including acting as General Counsel. He holds a Master of Business Administration from the Kellogg-Schulich (Northwestern University and York University) joint executive MBA program. K.R. is a leader in the faith community and serves on various non-profit boards. In addition, K.R. is involved with the Christian Legal Fellowship, a national organization that, among other things, intervenes in matters relating to the fundamental freedoms of Canadians.

K.R. currently practises as a litigator in a private practice.