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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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Balancing Warrantless Searches with Police and Public Safety

Balancing Warrantless Searches with Police and Public Safety

Christine and her panel look at a recent Supreme Court decision that sets out the test of how much of a person’s home can be searched by police when they are arrested, and the objective and subject arguments regarding limiting police searches

Commercial and Residential Host Liability

Commercial and Residential Host Liability

Christine and her panel of experts look at cases that have and continue to help shape the liability laws for social hosts in Canada

Russian Sanctions

Russian Sanctions

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.  

Patent Laws in Canada

Patent Laws in Canada

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.  

The Laws of Digital Hacking

The Laws of Digital Hacking

Christine welcomes Imran Ahmad, a data and privacy breach lawyer and head of technology for Norton Rose Canada, and David Shipley, CEO of Beauceron Security, to discuss digital warfare – and how the war in Ukraine and sanctions against Russia are impacting the risks.

Property Rights and Government Expropriation

Property Rights and Government Expropriation

Christine and her legal panel look at a case before the Supreme Court of Canada that deals with property rights and government expropriation and discuss why property rights are not included in the Canadian constitution.

Canadian Laws on Condom Use and Consent

Canadian Laws on Condom Use and Consent

Christine welcomes a panel of legal experts to unpack a case that was recently brought before the Supreme Court of Canada and dealt with the subject of conditional consent and what is referred to by some as “stealthing”

Employee Right to Disconnect

Employee Right to Disconnect

Christine and her legal panel discuss proposed employment legislation regarding the ability of people to disconnect from work, like emails or text messages, during non-work hours.

Immigration Law and Ukrainian Refugee Crisis

Immigration Law and Ukrainian Refugee Crisis

Christine welcomes a panel of lawyers to discuss Canada’s efforts to support the humanitarian crisis regarding the more than 4.3 million Ukrainians who have fled the country. What can Canada do? What is being done to bring the Ukrainian refugees here?

How Do Courts Compensate Victims of Family Violence?

How Do Courts Compensate Victims of Family Violence?

Christine is joined by an expert panel to discuss a new case that has acknowledged the unique harm of family violence.

Math, Schools, and Race

Math, Schools, and Race

Christine and her legal panel unpack a recent Ontario Court ruling that found Ontario’s new Math Proficiency Test, a new standardized test, did amount to unconstitutional discrimination.

Domestic Abuse and Children

Domestic Abuse and Children

Christine welcomes Jennifer Kagan and her husband Philip Viater to discuss how the family law system failed her 4-year-old daughter in preventing her death at the hands of Jennifer’s ex-husband.

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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. 

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