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Jack Boland Sep 12
Hundreds of upon hundred people showed up to the clause has pushed through to limit Toronto City council
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John Clarke Sep 13
In a backhanded way, you have to give credit. How many provincial premiers less than three months into the job have been denounced by an international human rights body?
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Theo Moudakis Sep 12
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CUPE Ontario 14h
🚨 is using a clause NEVER before invoked in our province to overrirde a judge's ruling that our constitutional rights were infringed by Ford's attack on local democracy.🚨 ↪️ ADD YOUR NAME TO DEFEND OUR CONSTITUTION: ↩️
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Power & Politics Sep 10
"I was elected. The judge was appointed." Ontario Premier Doug Ford reacts to court decision today, says he will invoke the Constitution's notwithstanding clause. MORE tonight on @ 5pm ET.
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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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Mark Critch Sep 10
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Ed the Sock Sep 10
used to refer to a political philosophy w/specific values & philosophies that was a vital part of democratic dialogue. Now it's just 'whatever pisses off liberals'. It's like they've traded Adam Smith for Nelson Muntz.
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Ed the Sock Sep 12
is actually claiming that & clause are about "preserving democracy"...by reducing democratic representation of citizens in Toronto & denying Ontarians their Constitutional rights.
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Melanie Jolliet 13h
Replying to @blaufman @nationalpost
You mean Federal, right? here in Ontario we now have far right wingers (not voters but mpp's) that are very much a part of the conservative party. May as well be here & trump caterers to whoever thinks he is a god. is envious, but he will take money too
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The Beaverton Sep 10
Nation kind of surprised it took Doug Ford this long to eliminate Charter Rights
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Penny Gill 17h
When leaked, 's secret plan for developing the escarpment triggered outrage. said he'd listen to the people & backed off. People overwhelmingly oppose his shrinking of . Will he now listen as Premier? via
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Ron James Sep 17
Doug Ford, ‘Grand Wizard of the PC Party’, seen here marshalling the powers of darkness to hypnotize his caucus of power hungry Conservatives into further submission.
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Charles Adler 13h
Liberals don't think they're in trouble at Ground Zero for another Liberal Majority and they don't care who their candidates are. Campaign #2019 for them is all about and in the 905 they feel he will do well because he's not or
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Ontario News Now 9h
We're excited to announce that will be designated in 2019 as an official provincial holiday! It will join the ranks of your favourite new Ontario holidays, including The Toronto Purge, Traditional Family Day, and Coal Power Hour.
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Benjamin Perrin Sep 10
When your “go to” is to override constitutional rights when you don’t get your way, you don’t understand democracy
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Ron James 12h
belts out a rendition of ‘My Way’ in the Ontario Legislature to a rapt audience of devoted Conservative disciples. ’dmissmikeharris
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Ed the Sock Sep 11
The point here is that doesn't understand the principles of our democracy nor does he care to. Tell me again how he is "nothing" like ?
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Heather Science-Based Sep 12
Replying to @fordnation
First of all, is SO CLEARLY not writing these tweets & so clearly lacking the basic comprehension required to make anything but a half-witted conman's argument. So the question is, who really came up w/ this scheme?
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Jeff Garner 🇬🇧🇨🇦🎗 10h
Replying to @nationalpost
Liberal MP Leona Alleslev’s decision to cross the floor & join the Conservatives would seem to be a betrayal of her supporters. Did she consult those who voted her in? Seemingly it’s legal? Imagine if decided to cross the floor & become the Liberal Premier. 🤔 😂
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