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Theo Moudakis Sep 17
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The Impossible Girl Sep 16
Anyone else enjoying Doug Ford’s ‘wag the dog’ crisis about Toronto City Council meant to distract from his broken promises and petty grievances? Bright shiny trinkets meant to distract the easily distracted.
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Justin Stayshyn 🏳️‍🌈 Sep 17
You’ve already spent more time reading this tweet than Ford spent consulting the public on his election meddling bill.
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Kyle Kirkup Sep 16
BREAKING: 80 Canadian law professors pen open letter to Premier Doug Ford on the : "You are not simply invoking the notwithstanding clause to pass a law–you are challenging the core principles underlying our constitutional democracy."
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Justin Stayshyn 🏳️‍🌈 Sep 16
Svend Robinson on X-🇨🇦 Checkup discussing history of the that he voted against in 80s: “Conservative & Liberal MPs have since wanted it used to stop same-sex marriage. Conservative & Liberal MPs wanted it used against abortion rights.”
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Michael David Sep 16
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Nick Falvo, PhD Sep 16
“The wasn’t intended to be used for trivial reasons or matters of personal vendetta.” — Tom Axworthy
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John Fraser Sep 19
The is not a get out of jail free card. It’s a measure of last resort. It’s use should be of concern to all of us. Today I put forward a motion to establish parameters to prevent its routine use
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Reema Faris Sep 16
Consensus at family dinner: use of is the advance bombardment to prepare the ground for rolling back social justice rights. That’s the fear; that’s the intent. It must be stopped.
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Manny_Ottawa Sep 19
Court of Appeal basically found (what most reasonable people would find) that trial judge finding substantially interferes with voters right of freedom of expression because it doubled from 61K to 110K ...is utter nonsense.
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John Clarke Sep 16
We need to use our against 's Government
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Trustee Norm Di Pasquale, TCDSB Ward 9 Sep 20
Note this well Canadian politicians! Meddling with underway elections and threatening use of is toxic to your popularity, with Doug Ford now at 17% approval.
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Pearl Eliadis Mar 28
on religious symbols in Quebec uses the at s. 30, stripping Quebecers of rights to free speech, peaceful assembly, religious freedom, all legal rights —including prinples of fundamental justice—and equality rights in relation to the Bill
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Neil Before Zod™ Sep 19
This ends this chapter of Doug Ford doing controversial stuff that tears at the constitutional fabric of Canada until the next chapter, which will occur whenever Doug Ford decides to throw a tantrum. That could literally be any minute,
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Steve Russell Sep 16
The public gallery at Queen's Park is cleared after outbursts from members of the public towards the government side of the house during the second reading of , a bill close to that includes the .
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Neil Before Zod™ Sep 25
Giving Doug Ford the keys to government, the power of the Charter of Rights and Freedom, and the ability to put on Stalin style show trials to demonize previous governments is like giving a flamethrower to a pyromaniac.
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Steve Russell Sep 16
Protesters chant "Let us in" as people that were in the public gallery leave after the gallery was cleared during the second reading of , a slightly different version of that includes the .
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Ontario NDP Sep 17
Our NDP team FOI'd the government for records of any evidence that the Ford government consulted with the public on their bill to meddle in Toronto's election. Their answer: "no records were located.”
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The Beaverton Sep 16
Doug Ford’s Midnight Society introduces only the most horrifying legislation . . . . . . #
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Chelsea Butler Oct 31
It creeps! It crawls! It revokes your Charter rights for up to 5 years! Run, don't walk, from the NOTWITHSTANDING CLAWS!!!!
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