Ontario Premier Doug Ford plans to invoke notwithstanding clause. Here's what you need to know - 2018-09-10

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F0.png Ontario Premier Doug Ford plans to invoke notwithstanding clause. Here's what you need to know September 10, 2018, Andrew Russell, Global News

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Ontario Progressive Conservative Premier Doug Ford says he plans to invoke the notwithstanding clause of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms after a judge struck down the contentious Bill 5 that would cut the size of Toronto city council nearly in half.

"I believe the judge's decision is deeply concerning and the result is unacceptable to the people of Ontario," Ford told reporters Monday.

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{{cite news | first = Andrew | last = Russell | title = Ontario Premier Doug Ford plans to invoke notwithstanding clause. Here's what you need to know | url = https://globalnews.ca/news/4438198/notwithstanding-clause-doug-ford-bill-5-toronto-city-council/ | work = Global News | date = September 10, 2018 | accessdate = May 28, 2022 }}