Expert Legal Evidence On Bill C-46 In Canada's Senate

Earlier this week, I was honoured to honoured to be personally invited to appear before the Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs in order to advise them on bill C-46.

In September of last year, I appeared before the Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights in the House of Commons.  I provided evidence to them about the dangers associated with passing potentially flawed legislation into law, and warned them about some of the implications that bill C-46 may bring.

The bill has since moved into the Senate.  

In the course of my appearance, I was asked to provide the Committee with five minutes of testimony in relation to the bill.  Afterwards, I was questioned by the Senators for fifty minutes.  What resulted was a very broad and interesting conversation about the constitutional implications of this proposed law and the state of impaired driving. 

You can watch a video link or read a complete transcript of the appearance, which is archived here.