Whether they are fighting to deny a new mom with cancer EI, or spending millions battling our veterans in order to deny them the benefits they are so deserving of. Or obstructing the PBO and MPCC from fulfilling their duties this government spends a lot of time in court and wastes immeasurable resources fighting against things one would expect a normal government to fight for.
In the latest chapter they along with the Ontario Liberal government are in court arguing that the Charter doesn't guarrentee the right to housing, whether it does or doesn't is immaterial. Housing is a human right.
If there is one constant in all this it is the methods the Conservatives use to "defend" these cases, in nearly every one they have used a scorched earth strategy, as Judge Mosley in his election fraud ruling put it obstructing proceedings at every turn.
Despite the obvious public interest in getting to the bottom of the allegations, the CPC made little effort to assist with the investigation at the outset despite early requests. I note that counsel for the CPC was informed while the election was taking place that the calls about pollingstation changes were improper. While it was begrudgingly conceded during oral argument that what occurred was "absolutely outrageous", the record indicates that the stance taken by the respondent MPs from the outset was to block these proceedings by any means.
The preliminary stages were marked by numerous objections to the evidence adduced by the applicants. The respondent MPs sought to strike the applications on the ground that they were frivolous and vexatious, to have them dismissed as champertous and to require excessive security for costs, in transparent attempts to derail this case.