CANADIAN CONSTITUTION FOUNDATION

CANADIAN CONSTITUTION FOUNDATION

Calgary, Canada

WEBSITE

ABOUT

The mission of Canadian Constitution Foundation is to protect the constitutional freedoms of Canadians through education, communication, and litigation.

IN THE NEWS

FEECON BRINGS CHAMPIONS OF FREEDOM TOGETHER FOR FIRST ANNUAL CONFERENCE

Nobody brings the ideas of freedom and sound economics to life quite like the Foundation for Economic Education (FEE), through its decades of publications and in-person seminars, and today through its engaging website content. Now FEE is holding its first annual conference, FEEcon, featuring more than 70 sessions and 10 distinct...

READ MORE

POLL: CANADIANS SUPPORT ADDING PROPERTY RIGHTS PROTECTION TO CONSTITUTION

Canadians are enthusiastic about amending the country’s Constitution, reports Calgary-based Atlas Network partner the Canadian Constitution Foundation (CCF), with strong support for such revisions as adding property rights protections and abolishing the Senate. CCF commissioned the poll to gauge Canadian attitudes toward the Con...

READ MORE

FIGHTING FOR FREE BEER IN CANADA

Canada had a long history of free trade between provinces until prohibitionists changed that nearly 100 years ago for many goods — including beer. The Canadian Constitution contains a provision specifying that goods shall “be admitted free into each of the other Provinces,” but New Brunswick’s Liquor Control Act still prevents C...

READ MORE

CHALLENGING CANADA’S GOVERNMENT HEALTH CARE MONOPOLY

Countries that offer “free” health care can seem like an attractive alternative to high medical bills and insurance rates. When health care isn’t governed by price mechanisms, though, it is inevitably rationed instead by time spent waiting in line to receive treatment — and delayed care is a matter of life and death for patients...

READ MORE