Canadian Justice

Host Christine Van Geyn, 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 Rise of Bitcoin

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 | Revenge Porn

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?

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?

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

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Canadian Justice | Why Ontario Repealed The Police Lockdown Orders

Canadian Justice | Why Ontario Repealed The Police Lockdown Orders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?

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 | Pastor Imprisoned In Canada

Canadian Justice | Pastor Imprisoned In Canada

A panel of legal experts joins Christine to debate whether the charges and subsequent imprisonment of a Pastor In Alberta were justified.

Canadian Justice | COVID Cancel Culture

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

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 | Pastor Imprisoned In Canada

Canadian Justice | Pastor Imprisoned In Canada

A panel of legal experts joins Christine to debate whether the charges and subsequent imprisonment of a pastor in Alberta were justified.

Canadian Justice | COVID Cancel Culture

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

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

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.

Canadian Justice | The Debate Over Paid Surrogacy In Canada

Canadian Justice | The Debate Over Paid Surrogacy In Canada

Christine welcomes a panel with their views on whether paid surrogacy should be something that money can’t buy.

Canadian Justice | Sweeping Changes to Mandatory Minimum Sentences

Canadian Justice | Sweeping Changes to Mandatory Minimum Sentences

Do mandatory minimums create public confidence in the judicial system? Christine and her legal panel weigh in.

Canadian Justice | What Do You Do if Someone is Defaming You Online?

Canadian Justice | What Do You Do if Someone is Defaming You Online?

Christine discusses online defamation with those who have experienced it – and how it should be remedied with various defamation experts.

Canadian Justice | When a Joke Goes Too Far

Canadian Justice | When a Joke Goes Too Far

In Canadian Justice 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 | Sweeping Changes to Mandatory Minimum Sentences

Canadian Justice | Sweeping Changes to Mandatory Minimum Sentences

Do mandatory minimums create public confidence in the judicial system? Christine and her legal panel weigh in.

Canadian Justice | Are The Proud Boys a Terrorist Organization?

Canadian Justice | Are The Proud Boys a Terrorist Organization?

Christine welcomes an expert panel to discuss the dangers of designating the Proud Boys a terrorist organization.

Canadian Justice | Hotel Quarantine Nightmares

Canadian Justice | Hotel Quarantine Nightmares

A business traveler shares a first hand account of forced quarantine and Christine’s panel debates if we should accept hotel measures in the name of public health.

Canadian Justice | Newfoundland Election Update

Canadian Justice | Newfoundland Election Update

Newfoundland is in a democratic crisis. We examine how we got here and where it’s headed…

Canadian Justice | Pulling the Plug

Canadian Justice | Pulling the Plug

If two people are admitted to the hospital at the same time who gets priority? Canadian Justice looks at the changing landscape of triage amid the COVID shift.

Canadian Justice | Politicians Blocking Twitter Users Show

Canadian Justice | Politicians Blocking Twitter Users Show

Is twitter a press release or a personal diary? Today we look at the place Twitter has in politics.

Canadian Justice – The Ethical Debate over Blood Plasma Therapy

Christine Van Geyn looks at Alberta’s recent reversal on the ban for paid blood plasma donors and if this will set a trend for the rest of Canada

Canadian Justice – Young Offenders and The Justice System

Canadian Justice – Young Offenders and The Justice System

Christine Van Geyn welcomes an Expert Panel of Lawyers and Advocates to Dissect how our Judicial System Treats Young Offenders who Commit a Serious Crime.

Canadian Justice – Church Lockdowns

Canadian Justice – Church Lockdowns

Canadian Justice looks at how COVID lockdowns are impacting churches and the right to freedom of religion.

Canadian Justice – Travel Restrictions

Canadian Justice – Travel Restrictions

Canadian Justice looks at the new travel restrictions coming to Canada and how it will affect Canadians.

Canadian Justice – Recent Supreme Court Rulings on Sexual Assault Cases

Canadian Justice – Recent Supreme Court Rulings on Sexual Assault Cases

Canadian Justice discusses whether the Supreme Court of Canada has ruled in favour of the MeToo movement.

Canadian Justice – A Major Announcement on Canadian Justice

Canadian Justice – A Major Announcement on Canadian Justice

In this episode of Canadian Justice, K.R. Davidson introduces Christine Van Geyn as the new host of Canadian Justice

Canadian Justice – Digital Charter of Rights

Canadian Justice – Digital Charter of Rights

Canadian Justice discusses a new bill that is seeking to enhance online privacy rights for Canadians.

Canadian Justice –  COVID Stay at Home and Curfew Restrictions

Canadian Justice – COVID Stay at Home and Curfew Restrictions

Canadian Justice examines the new enacted stay at home restrictions in Ontario and curfews in Quebec

Canadian Justice – Employer Mandated Vaccines

Canadian Justice – Employer Mandated Vaccines

Canadian Justice discusses the framework of workplace vaccinations and the legal ramifications by way of the Charter of Rights

Canadian Justice – Government Response to Health Issues

Canadian Justice – Government Response to Health Issues

Canadian Justice looks at a provincial Government using extreme measures to enforce COVID-19 and a case at the heart of Canada’s opioid crisis.

Canadian Justice – Originalism in Canadian Constitutional Law

Canadian Justice – Originalism in Canadian Constitutional Law

Canadian Justice discusses whether constitutional interpretation should be consistent with its original meaning or whether the meaning can change over time.

Canadian Justice | Bill S-203 – An Act to Restrict Young Persons’ Online Access to Sexually Explicit Material

Canadian Justice | Bill S-203 – An Act to Restrict Young Persons’ Online Access to Sexually Explicit Material

Canadian Justice discusses Senate Bill S-203 which is seeking to curb access to online violent pornography by young people.

Canadian Justice – An Act to Enact the Modern Slavery Act and to Amend the Customs Tariff

Canadian Justice – An Act to Enact the Modern Slavery Act and to Amend the Customs Tariff

Canadian Justice discusses a Bill that is before the Senate seeking to stop goods made from slavery from entering into Canada.

Canadian Justice – The Legal Battle Between the City of Toronto and the Province of Ontario

Canadian Justice – The Legal Battle Between the City of Toronto and the Province of Ontario

An Expert Panel joins KR to discuss the tension of the Court serving as a check on the Government while ensuring its powers do not stray into judicial activism.

Canadian Justice – Mandatory Sexual Assault Training for Judges

Canadian Justice – Mandatory Sexual Assault Training for Judges

Canadian Justice looks at a Bill requiring mandatory sexual assault training for Judges.

Canadian Justice – Racism in Jury Selection?

Canadian Justice – Racism in Jury Selection?

In Canadian Justice Lawyer KR Davidson engages in conversations with experts to explore some of the most pressing legal and political issues affecting our nation today.

Canadian Justice | Tow Truck Wars – Fighting Organized Crime

Canadian Justice | Tow Truck Wars – Fighting Organized Crime

Canadian Justice looks at what is needed to combat the organized crime at the heart of Ontario’s tow truck wars.

Canadian Justice – Tow Truck Wars

Canadian Justice – Tow Truck Wars

In Canadian Justice Lawyer KR Davidson engages in conversations with experts to explore some of the most pressing legal and political issues affecting our nation today.

Canadian Justice – Canadian Armed Forces Propaganda and the Charter

Canadian Justice – Canadian Armed Forces Propaganda and the Charter

Canada Justice looks at the military’s use of propaganda on Canadians and concerns regarding the violation of Canadians Charter rights.

Canadian Justice – Adamson BBQ Stand Off and Mandatory COVID-19 Test

Canadian Justice – Adamson BBQ Stand Off and Mandatory COVID-19 Test

In Canadian Justice Lawyer KR Davidson engages in conversations with experts to explore some of the most pressing legal and political issues affecting our nation today.

Canadian Justice – The Van Attack Alex Minnasian Trial – Not Criminally Responsible?

Canadian Justice – The Van Attack Alex Minnasian Trial – Not Criminally Responsible?

In Canadian Justice Lawyer KR Davidson engages in conversations with experts to explore some of the most pressing legal and political issues affecting our nation today.

Canadian Justice – Tow Truck Wars – Fighting Organized Crime

Canadian Justice – Tow Truck Wars – Fighting Organized Crime

Canadian Justice looks at what is needed to combat the organized crime at the heart of Ontario’s tow truck wars.

Canadian Justice – Challenges to the Government Firearms Ban

Canadian Justice – Challenges to the Government Firearms Ban

Canadian Justice examines a challenge commenced at the Federal Court to the most recent firearms ban issued following the 2020 Nova Scotia Attack.

Canadian Justice – The Future of Canadian Health Care

Canadian Justice – The Future of Canadian Health Care

In Canadian Justice Lawyer KR Davidson engages in conversations with experts to explore some of the most pressing legal and political issues affecting our nation today.

Canadian Justice – The Sherman Billionaires Murder Trial and the Open Court Principle

Canadian Justice – The Sherman Billionaires Murder Trial and the Open Court Principle

Canadian Justice examines the issue of the open court principle in the Honey and Barry Sherman murder trial.

Canadian Justice – Military Propaganda against Canadian Citizens

Canadian Justice – Military Propaganda against Canadian Citizens

Canadian Justice discusses the Canadian Armed Forces use of propaganda against Canadians.

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Christine Van Geyn

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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.