Ahead of her participation in a July 11th rally against breed specific legislation, Me Goldwater stopped by the Global Montreal studios to discuss the call for a ban on pitbulls after a series of incidents across the province.
Dans une lettre publiée sur Facebook, partagée plus de 3000 fois, Me Goldwater soutient « [qu’]une interdiction pure et simple n’a absolument aucun sens ».
“The judgment is blatantly wrong in law, and shame on the attorney general of Quebec for arguing that.” In the March 4th issue, Me Goldwater weighs in on a controversial Quebec Superior Court decision ruling that religious weddings do not necessarily carry any legal obligations under civil law.
“It means a whole bunch of nothing. It means we have yet another report that someone can put on a shelf to gather dust.” – Anne-France Goldwater weighs in on Quebec government recommendations to deal with “common law” couples in Quebec on CJAD 800’s The Exchange with host Yolande James.
Me Dubé joined James Oscar of CKUT (McGill University community) radio recently to discuss her op-ed in Voir about her own identity as a Quebecer of mixed ethnicity and the controversy surrounding the practice of Blackface in theatre.
One of the most interesting an intense debates you’ll ever hear on Canadian radio! On CJAD 800 radio’s The Exchange, Me Goldwater debated controversial Quebec radio/TV personality and former Huntingdon mayor Stéphane Gendron on the Guy Turcotte case and lessons learned from the Polytechnique tragedy, 25 years later.
In light of the Jian Ghomeshi affair and the suspension of two Liberal MPs, Me Goldwater discusses workplace harassment with CJAD 800’s Andrew Carter. (from 41:00)
CBC New reports that more than $3.7 billion across the country is owed for support orders. Everyone needs to get more serious about cracking down on deadbeat parents.
Anne-France Goldwater discusses Quebec’s Charter of Values in The National Post.
Me Anne-France Goldwater and other panelists discuss the future of the English Culture in Québec.
A Canadian Supreme Court case has the potential to change marriage across the country. Sarah Harris reports for NPR Public Radio.
Family lawyer Anne-France Goldwater thinks Bill 78 is reasonable, but says the anti-protest bill does not do enough to bring peace to the streets.