Globe editorial: Ontario law society can’t put words in people’s mouths

Globe editorial Nov 10, 2017

Any lawyer – or anyone else, really – who is familiar with the Charter of Rights and Freedoms knows that the state is not allowed to put words in people’s mouths, or force them to swear their devotion to political viewpoints in order to keep their jobs.

CanLaw asked the almighty gawds at the Globe for permission to post their article.

Here is the response from Tripp, Doug <>

“Please remove our article from your site immediately.

You can post the headline and link to it for free, but if you want to post the full article you must obtain permission. You can license it through the link at the bottom of the article.”