Ontario courts urged to remind Doug Ford that Canadians 'don't elect dictatorships' - 2019-01-11

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F99.png Ontario courts urged to remind Doug Ford that Canadians 'don't elect dictatorships' January 11, 2019, Alastair Sharp, National Observer

Ontario Premier Doug Ford faced legal challenges on two fronts this week, with opponents seeking to strike down his government's efforts to adopt environmental and sex-education policies of the distant past.

Environmental groups want the courts to rule that Ford acted illegally, when his government cancelled the province's climate change strategy, while a union representing elementary school teachers is seeking to stop the Ford government from imposing a twenty-year old sex-education curriculum in their classrooms.

In both legal challenges, the Ontario government is arguing that the cases should be dismissed.

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{{cite news | first = Alastair | last = Sharp | title = Ontario courts urged to remind Doug Ford that Canadians 'don't elect dictatorships' | url = https://www.nationalobserver.com/2019/01/11/news/ontario-courts-urged-remind-doug-ford-canadians-dont-elect-dictatorships | work = National Observer | date = January 11, 2019 | accessdate = April 28, 2019 }}