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Quebec and Section 33

Why the Notwithstanding Clause Must Not Stand



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Quebec and Section 33 by Michael B Davie
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Quebec's provincial government alarmed many when it enacted its odious sign law restricting the use of English. Although this blatant human rights violation was struck down by the Supreme courts of Quebec and Canada, the provincial government enacted its sign law anyway. How? Quebec invoked the infamous Notwithstanding Clause to over-rule the highest courts in the land! Join the author as he explores Quebec's controversial use of Section 33 -- and the danger the Notwithstanding clause poses to all Canadians.
Release date NZ
January 1st, 2001
Country of Publication
Manor House Publishing Inc
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