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No, invoking the Emergencies Act isn't the same as using the notwithstanding clause

By Geoff Callaghan, Assistant Professor, Political Science, University of Windsor
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There’s no equivalence between invoking the Emergencies Act and the pre-emptive invocation of the notwithstanding clause, which guts Canadian democracy and nullifies the Charter.The Conversation


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