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Anderson, the phrase 'justified in law' is emptied of all meaning if we take executive officials at their word. What we have is rule by men, not the rule of law. Moreover, these are often the least visible and thus least accountable of our civil servants - the men who are attracted to and who live in the strange and shadowy world of the security services. The most serious derogation from the rule of law in the Bill is inherent in all anti-terrorism statutes. The target is 'terrorism,' an offence which is undefinable since it presupposes that there is an internal political enemy, someone so existentially different that that we cannot name him in advance in order to deal with him either through the ordinary criminal law, or by relaxing the rule of law to some extent for a definable and carefully supervised period.
Duplessis,  SCR 121), in line with general principles of administrative law governing the exercise of discretion, and consistent with the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms (Slaigbt Communications Inc. v. 31 In addition, the Court established a common law duty to give reasons for decisions whenever an official decision affected important interests, so that the onus fell on the official who made the decision to show he or she had taken rule of law values as well the statutory considerations properly into account.
563. , 1998, 5 volumes) vol. 4. For my account of this Hearing, see Judging the Judges, Judging Ourselves: Truth, Reconciliation and the Apartheid Legal Order (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 1998); for the point about judges, see 150-77, at 160. 13 I should mention that, as a former South African whose academic interests have focused on situations where the rule of law is under deep stress - apartheid South Africa and Germany between the wars, it was until very recently literally unimaginable to me that my work on 'wicked legal systems' could become relevant to Canada.
Antenna-Radio Propagation Part 3 - Canadian MIL TM