Canadians should be aware of the fallacies of “climate plans”
There are two fallacies that Canadian voters must bear in mind when assessing the “climate plans” of the various political parties.
Does Jody Wilson-Raybould’s solicitor-client privilege stand up to scrutiny?
It is settled law in Canada that once a client has revealed communications he has had with his lawyer, solicitor-client privilege is implied to have been waived for the specific communications referred to. The reason for this implied waiver is obvious.