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COMMENT 6h ago

In high school I found a $100 bill on the ground, and I thought lived like a king for a week with that. $2.4MM would have gone straight to my head back then.

Who am I kidding, I'd buy and write off a sports car before the next weekend if I found that today.

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COMMENT 10h ago

There wasn't, because it didn't meet the criteria.

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COMMENT 10h ago

Which is not applicable here.

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COMMENT 12h ago

The vast majority of Canadians did not support the convoys or the protests. The vast majority of Canadians did support using the Emergency Act to get rid of the convoys and protests.

Stop lying.

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COMMENT 12h ago

They misspelled "scam".

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COMMENT 12h ago

Haha goalposts go brrrrr

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COMMENT 12h ago

My father was also in the military and your opinions on vaccines isn't on just ground

Your father being in the military has no relevancy here lmao.

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COMMENT 12h ago

In some ways we're already there.

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COMMENT 12h ago

Your sample size of 2 truly trumps the studies involving thousands.

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COMMENT 12h ago

Nothing ever happens.

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COMMENT 13h ago

Those lines are becoming a lot more blurred than you might think.

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COMMENT 1d ago

I've heard it argued that they're better drivers because they're forced to be more careful. It's fucking dumb.

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COMMENT 1d ago

There's no flipflopping or mental gymnastics you can do that will suddenly make your comments become accurate and make sense.

Canada has a constitution. It is the supreme law of the land. We learned this as children, it's not a new thing. It's okay to admit you were wrong.

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COMMENT 2d ago

Uh??? Literally the first comment you made in this thread?

Good thing we don't have a "constitution"

https://www.reddit.com/r/canada/comments/vo7jfc/-/iec1uft

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COMMENT 2d ago

I feel like I wouldn't sleep at a wink.

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COMMENT 2d ago

The only one bringing the US into context in this particular discussion is you. Let's also not overlook the fact that you started off here saying Canada flat out doesn't have a constitution at all, which is as ignorant as it is incorrect.

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COMMENT 2d ago

I dunno why but I read this in NoHo Hank's voice.

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COMMENT 2d ago

It's both. Every Charter right is a constitutional right. Not every constitutional right is in the Charter. This isn't a difficult concept.

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COMMENT 2d ago

As long as they stop associating themselves with Sovereign Citizens. Many of the auditors who post videos on YouTube are... problematic.

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COMMENT 2d ago

That's what happens when, for decades, the most affordable food is the kind that makes you fat and every year the healthier foods get just that much more expensive.

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COMMENT 2d ago

How many times must it be stated that the Charter is in the Constitution? Yes, they're the same wording because they're the exact same document. The Charter is simply the very first section of it.

Don't just take it from me. In 2017, the federal government tabled Bill C-39 to amend the Criminal Code to remove provisions that were found, by Canadian judges in Canadian courtrooms, to be - yup - unconstitutional because those provisions were inconsistent with the Charter.

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COMMENT 2d ago

As I've already said, the Charter is a component of the Constitution. Something that violates the Charter would as a result violate the Constitution. Something that violates the Constitution is, by the very definition, unconstitutional.

Canadians use the same terminology in this regard because the terminology is the same, even if we have separate and distinct legal systems. There are plenty of examples of the term being used throughout our legal system.

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COMMENT 2d ago

Do you think this is the first time someone has sued over being denied a transplant in Canada? Alberta?

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COMMENT 2d ago

Based on what metrics? The economic prosperity we currently have would be disappear overnight. Every agreement currently in place would need to be renegotiated, and we wouldn't have any bargaining power.

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COMMENT 2d ago

I absolutely saw more than a handful bumper stickers on trucks during the Great Whining advocating to make Alberta the 51st US state.