Wow, University of Alberta’s Centre for Constitutional Studies & Legal Education Society of Alberta haven’t yet realized that Canada’s Charter of Rights and Freedoms is a mangled, oil-soaked paper airplane flown out of a 26th storey window in downtown Calgary, fueled by Supreme Court of Canada knowingly publishing lies in their rulings.

Righting Wrongs: Remedies for Charter of Rights Violations by Centre for Constitutional Studies



Wed, 18 October 2017
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM MDT
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University of Alberta Enterprise Square
10230 Jasper Avenue
Room 2-520
Edmonton, AB T5J 4P6
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What good is a legal right without a remedy? Canada’s Constitution authorizes Canadian courts to apply legal remedies if your rights under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms have been breached. But what remedies can Canadian courts apply in these circumstances? Join Professor Barbara Billingsley as she explains the options available to Canadian courts to correct Charter violations and the factors considered by courts in choosing the best remedy from the options available. [Emphasis added]


Constitutional Law Symposium by Legal Education Society of Alberta in collaboration with University of Alberta’s Centre of Constitutional Studies

Analyze recent Supreme Court of Canada constitutional law decisions and trends emerging from the Court, and discuss their implications for practitioners.

October 27, 2017
Published: 21 August 2017

SKU: 32061-E
BY LEGAL EDUCATION SOCIETY OF ALBERTA [As usual, make the cost prohibitive to keep ordinary civil Canadians out.]

$395.00 [excludes GST!]

Review and analyze the effects of recent Supreme Court of Canada constitutional decisions and other developments. This program is offered in collaboration with the Centre for Constitutional Studies.

View brochure for more details. [As expected, the Supreme Court of Canada knowingly publishing lies in Ernst vs AER is excluded]

Date: October 27, 2017
Time: 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Location: Sutton Place Hotel, 10235 101 Street NW

Regular Price: $395 + GST [Lunch included]

Your lifelong partner in continuing legal excellence [Or in reality, your lifelong partner in continuing propaganda to con ordinary Canadians into believing they have rights and teaching students to become lawyers that will enable Canada’s greedy, demented and abusive legal system and only serve the system, not their civil clients, justice or the Charter. Emphasis and comments added]

Constitutional Law Symposium – Brochure / Lineup of Speakers

Patricia Paradis
Centre for Constitutional Studies – University of Alberta | Edmonton
Hon. Justice W.I.C. Binnie CC, QC | Lenczner Slaght | Toronto
Eric Tolppanen QC |
Assistant Deputy Minister – Alberta Crown Prosecution Service | Edmonton
J.K. Donlevy | Werklund School of Education – University of Calgary | Calgary
Cameron Jefferies | Faculty of Law – University of Alberta | Edmonton
Howard Kislowicz | Faculty of Law – University of Calgary | Calgary
Malcolm Lavoie | Faculty of Law – University of Alberta | Edmonton
Kelli L. Lemon | Seveny Scott Lawyers | Edmonton
Anna J. Lund | Faculty of Law – University of Alberta | Edmonton
Bruce McIvor | First Peoples Law | Vancouver
Avnish Nanda | Nanda & Company | Edmonton
Martin Olszynski | Faculty of Law – University of Calgary | Calgary
Steven Penney | Faculty of Law – University of Alberta | Edmonton

Legal Education Society of Alberta Board of Directors [not one impacted Albertan or Canadian, only lawyers and judges to better protect their own and the system.]

To peruse the list of current and past Board members is to meet many of the outstanding leaders of the legal community in Alberta.

Our Board Members include:

Chair: Aaron D. Martens (Dunphy Best Blocksom LLP)
Vice-Chair: Jennifer Ruttan (Ruttan Bates)
Treasurer: Michelle Gallagher (Patriot Law Group)
Past Chair: Daniel T. Gallagher QC (Bennett Jones LLP)
Sandra Corbett QC (Field LLP)
Prof. Lois Gander QC (Legal Resource Centre)
Walter Pavlic QC (MacPherson Leslie & Tyerman LLP)
Sabri Shawa QC (Jensen Shawa Solomon Duguid Hawkes LLP)
Don Thompson QC (The Law Society of Alberta)
Prof. Annalise Acorn (Faculty of Law, University of Alberta)
Prof. Catherine A. Brown, (University of Calgary)
Valerie Danielson (Danielson Law)
Stephanie Dobson (Meridian Law Group)
Sandra Petersson (Alberta Law Reform Institute)
Rajesh Sharma (Stewart Sharma Harsanyi)
Suzanne Thomas (Field LLP)
Dena Venkatraman (Finning (Canada), a division of Finning International Inc.)

Judicial Liaisons:

Hon. Justice P.A. Rowbotham – Court of Appeal of Alberta
Hon. Justice S.D. Hillier – Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta
Hon. Judge A. Brown – Provincial Court of Alberta

The composition of our Board of Directors reflects our roots in the legal education community. Membership is drawn from the Law Society of Alberta, the Canadian Bar Association (Alberta Branch), the Faculties of Law and Extension or Continuing Education at the Universities of Alberta and Calgary, the judiciary at all three levels of courts, and the profession at large. All of these organizations share a belief in the value of sound pre-call training for students-at-law and the importance of quality continuing professional development for the entire profession thereafter. [Most importantly, to continue protecting the abusive legal system, themselves, their careers and pay checks, and keep ordinary citizens out.]


Comment on the symposium by an ordinary Canadian living in Victoria, BC:

Aha, now I understand! The lawyers know the Charter is printed on tissue paper, and have to get together to figure out which part of their anatomy they should wipe with it!

Comment to the above comment by an ordinary Canadian living in a small town in rural Alberta:

The printed on tissue line was a ” laugh out loud” moment. Thank you!!

And a comment by an ordinary Canadian living in rural Alberta:

Obviously this symposium is about applying legal tactics designed to deny individuals or groups the right to the mythological protections of the constitution and the charter.

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