Bill C-51 to Face Charter Challenge in Superior Court
Bill C-51 to Face Charter Challenge in Superior Court
Bill C­51 is barely a month old and is already facing its first Charter challenge. The Canadian Civil Liberties Association and the organization Canadian Journalists for Free Expression filed an application in Ontario's Superior Court today, July 21, to challenge the constitutionality of the legislation, officially called the Anti­terrorism Act of 2015.

Bill C-­51 is barely a month old and is already facing its first Charter challenge.

The Canadian Civil Liberties Association and the organization Canadian Journalists for Free Expression* filed an application in Ontario’s Superior Court today—July 21—to challenge the constitutionality of the legislation, officially called the Anti­terrorism Act of 2015.

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