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March 25, 2023

Quebec’s use of notwithstanding clause in language law opens constitutional debate

When federal Justice Minister David Lametti reacted last week to the adoption of Quebec’s language law reform, he took aim at the provincial government’s proactive use of the notwithstanding clause to shield the law from constitutional challenges. Source

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