I have an op-ed in today's Globe and Mail web edition, on Paul Bryan's historic battle against the election blackout law.
That's the law which makes it a crime to transmit voting results from regions where the polls are closed to regions where the polls are still open.
Paul, who believes this law is an infringement on free speech, has been battling this law for six years.
And the National Citizens Coalition has been there all along the way to help.
As I say in my Globe article, this blackout law is not only undemocratic, it's also archaic.
I will be talking about this case with Stirling Faux on The CHQR Morning News at about 10:45 EST.