Ian Mulgrew of the Vancouver Sun wrote:
Access to justice in B.C. is becoming more problematic for the less-than-wealthy and is a principal reason for declining confidence in the legal system.
Court fees are one barrier, but there are also substantial hidden costs making litigation in the province so expensive many people don’t exercise their rights.
Dee Nicholson says at Rafeonline.com:
Constitutional Challenges cost a great deal of money to pursue, which is in and of itself a violation of our right to face a jury of our peers and to use the court system to seek justice.
The court that is open to us all is the court of public opinion. These slime balls who abrogate rights to suit their own purposes, whether they say it’s to combat something else or not, are TRAITORS TO CANADIAN LAW.