The daily roundup will be posted later today, with abject apologies for tardiness. I’ll be liveblogging today’s hearing on the Omar Khadr case, of course – and I know it’s going to be hard to compete with the Bernierpocalypse, but I suspect it’s going to be a good one. For a preview of what to expect, here’s the relevant bit from yesterday’s post:
Team Oh No It Doesn’t finally gets the chance to explain why Canada shouldn’t lift a finger to help Omar Khadr, and should instead leave him to the tender mercies of a quasi-legal process that, according to the Supreme Court, is in violation of fundamental principles of justice. Witnesses for the prosecution include the Canadian Coalition for Democracies, University of Waterloo professor Salim Mansur, and Howard Anglin, an American lawyer who has condemned his own Supreme Court for its decision on the treatment of detainees for, in his words, establishing “a deeply flawed framework for dealing with terrorists motivated by an implacable religious desire to destroy us”.