Why is Ont. Premier Doug Ford invoking the rarely-used notwithstanding clause? 1

Why is Ont. Premier Doug Ford invoking the rarely-used notwithstanding clause?

 

Ont. MPP Paul Calandra, the PC's government house leader, discusses Premier Doug Ford's decision to use the notwithstanding clause.

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20 comments

  1. Conservatives have never made a secret of the fact that they don’t think that their power should be able to be curtailed by the judiciary. You seem surprised by this.

  2. do all these politicians take the same drugs? UGHH UGHHH UGGGGHH every other word.
    Jesus Christ guys, clean yourselves up

  3. It is funny how that only Conservative type of governments in power have used the notwithstanding power to circumvent the law.

    1. That’s because the Trudeau government (LIBERALS)can do what they want with nobody doing anything about it. Criminals

    1. You are right. He’s one and the same. He spouts the liberal talking points so all has been forgiven. Carry on nothing to see here…

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