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Lorne Sossin Sep 10
Some really terrific analysis emerging on judgment and decision to invoke - grateful to and others for all the thoughtful engagement today! More to come...
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Adrian Harewood Sep 10
Just for the record, contrary to what Ontario premier said in his press conference, Superior Court Justice Edward was not appointed by former Ontario Liberal premier . He is a federally appointed judge. #
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Kyle Kirkup Sep 10
Invoking the notwithstanding clause--and refusing to comply with the Constitution--is not something governments should do lightly. It should be the result of careful, reasoned deliberation, not a hastily-made decision a few hours after an unfavourable court decision.
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MFS - The Other News Sep 10
'Justice' was also in the news last year when he quickly refused to freeze the $10.5-million federal government payout to Omar Khadr, at the request of the widow of the U.S. soldier Khadr is accused of killing in Afghanistan. 😉
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Bill Rush Sep 10
Ford plans to invoke notwithstanding clause...so I did not see in the law any REQUIREMENT for the province to canvas the people , or consult with Council. And that is not part of the Charter either. Belobaba makes up law to suit his agenda or his hate.
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Christie MacFadyen Sep 10
and all your cronies take your filthy undemocratic hands off Toronto we don’t want you! Hooray!
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Parent Pride Sep 16
Are you planning to address eradication of ? Help my son now. End abduction. Wrote to Premier office and constituency office. When will I see results?
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Erika lloyd Sep 10
Wow! Whatever our political beliefs the danger of abuse & erosion of democracy & our fundamental rights & freedoms exists If politicians use the clause to override the courts, because they disagree. What’s next?
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Parent Pride Sep 19
Replying to @JMartin_JD @jm_mcgrath
ruling was plainly absurd (bizarre) even where one has to agree that late tender rule changes prejudiced some contestants. Claim for costs (damages) is the way to go. Nothing to do with Charter. Plenty of precedent and it is plain logic.
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Adrian Harewood Sep 10
Biography of Ontario Superior Court Justice Edward
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Justin Giovannetti Sep 10
“Crickets”
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Howard Knopf Sep 10
1/1 Please re-read the decision - particularly paras. 41 -46. Judge clearly understands the difference between municipal & provincial & federal government. He's way ahead of you! Anyway, decision turns mainly on s. 2(b) and not s. 3.
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Parent Pride Sep 16
David your tweets are hokum. Charter ruling is . Sampler of poor service people get in courts. Ford used trick the hokum handed to him, but question of should be taised as well. Few have luxury of doing things Ford way.
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Cherise Burda Sep 10
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[₩] Sep 11
's decision is supported by far fewer legal experts than would care to discuss. This judgement was compromised.
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jkdossett Sep 10
Judge / Ontario decision / : Paragraph 77. Big mood, Judge. I feel ya.
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🇨🇦 Dr Gill Leighton 🇨🇦 Sep 19
Time to stop the nonsense of the Council & the under Horwath NOW! The public are sick & tired of you spending $millions fighting for a 'dubious' decision by which everyone knows will be struck down in the Appeal!
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Steven Chreston Sep 11
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Indelible Bonobo 9 Feb 17
📷 Superior Court Edward is set to deliver his judgment next Wednesday on whether...
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Naomi Duguid Sep 10
Here's Mr Justice 's decision saying the Province's change to voting districts in mid election contravenes our
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