Canada: The Law and Freedom of Speech Analytical Essay by Top Papers

Canada: The Law and Freedom of Speech
An analysis of a theoretical case where Canada bans speech on a failing economy.
# 141343 | 2,250 words | 3 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Canadian Studies (Government and Government Policy) , Law (General)


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This paper responds to a hypothetical case of Canada banning speech on topics of a failing economy. The paper refers to the ideas of Bickel, Bork, and Ely, and explores those constitutional experts with different views of what a Supreme court is supposed to achieve, its ethical and legal process, and role among other democratic institutions.

From the Paper:

"Amidst a financial crisis, the Government of Canada introduces legislation to prevent a financial panic that renders it illegal to comment negatively on the economy, unless an officially sanctioned government employee. The penalty for violation can be 5 years imprisonment and a $50,000 fine, the penalty increased should damage to a sector of the economy be provable. The law is backed by the Bank of Canada, major financial and real estate..."

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