Military rights to be affected by prorogation
Disappointingly, Bill C-77 never made it through second reading, and when Parliament prorogues, as is expected, Bill C-77 too will die. Strike two.
Members of the Operation Presence Mali Force Protection, pictured on July 17, 2018, in Gao, Mali. In some respects, members of the Canadian Armed Forces have less rights under the Constitution and Canadian law than tourists, refugees, or convicted criminals in prison, write Joshua Juneau and Michel Drapeau. Photograph courtesy of DND