A scorecard of the Harper government's wins and losses at the Supreme Court of Canada - 2015-04-15

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F49.png A scorecard of the Harper government's wins and losses at the Supreme Court of Canada April 15, 2015, Tristin Hopper, National Post

In one of starkest examples in Canadian history of two branches of government openly turning against one another, the red robed members Supreme Court of Canada have spent months systematically shooting down virtually every issue the Conservatives hold dear. Court boosters say the Tories simply have a fondness for unconstitutional legislation. Harperites, meanwhile, allege that they are the target of a weird vendetta from their down-the-street neighbour. The National Post takes a look at the highlights.

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