A Dartmouth man who was arrested last year is going to court to defend his right to use foul language at a public protest.
Court records show police allege Joseph Currie yelled, “F–k the government. F–k this place. Take action.”
Does this man have a right to swear at a public protest in Canada? Bob Huish, a professor of international studies at Dalhousie University, is an expert in public protests and clashes between police and protesters discusses the issue.