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In defence of the notwithstanding clause: Why Canada should hold onto it

By Geoff Callaghan, Assistant Professor, Political Science, University of Windsor
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The notwithstanding clause is both historically appropriate and democratically desirable. Excising it would make our Charter of Rights and Freedoms more American. Is that really where we want to go?The Conversation

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