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Notwithstanding the notwithstanding clause, the Charter is everyone’s business

By Jason MacLean, Assistant Professor of Law, University of New Brunswick
Kerri Anne Froc, Associate Professor, University of New Brunswick
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By paying greater attention to the originally intended application of the Canadian Constitution’s notwithstanding clause, along with the diversity of lawmakers in Canada, there’s a better path forward.

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