This quote is a killer:
The Court Challenges Program, created in 1978, provides funds to support test cases of national significance to clarify the constitutional rights of official language minorities, and the right of everyone in Canada to live free from discrimination based on sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, and other similar grounds...
Like religion for instance? Or is that not kosher anymore? Everyone agrees that fighting for someone's constitutional rights is a noble goal, but sometimes it seems that there are many that have such a narrow view of those rights. Something is only right if it benefits me. It doesn't quite work that way. That line seems to overlook that simple often forgotten right.
Two thumbs up to the PM and a heap of Irish dancers to the Flaherty for killing the CCP. CUPE should know when its lost a fight.