Canada Has No Law, Only Stories

Dimes and Judas discuss the history and unique nature of Canadian law, showing how it doesn’t reinforce larger civilizational or societal norms but rather acts as a giant bureaucratic machine to engineer a best-case scenario or chosen groups and is largely handled on a case-by-case basis. They also explore how easier it is to trick a judge than to change the law, and offer some tips and insider goss about how to approach this system.

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