Started by outdoors, Sep 02, 2012, 10:02 AM
Incidentally, they leave the provincial legislatures their power to confiscate the property of any individual or corporation and give it to someone else, with not a penny of compensation to the original owner. In two cases, Ontario and Nova Scotia did just that, and the Ontario Court of Appeal ruled: "The prohibition 'Thou shalt not steal' has no legal force upon the sovereign body. And there would be no necessity for compensation to be given." The Charter [of Rights and Freedoms] does not change this.
That was a really excellent video. Looks like men and greens may share some common ground.
I read the article instead. It seems like lunacy to say what one can do with private land, especially something as harmless as collecting rainwater.