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Representatives have returned to Ontario’s legislature for an emergency weekend debate on election finance law with implications for free speech that experts warn may backfire on Premier Doug Ford’s governmentCelina Gallardo is a Toronto-based staff reporter fo.

Debate was scheduled to start overnight into Saturday morning and continue over the next several days on the bill tabled this week using the notwithstanding clause —?the rarely-used constitutional tool that allows legislatures to override portions of the charter of Rights and Freedoms for five yearsannounced an ambitious plan Wednesday to almost fully reopen his province by early July..

The bill in question restores rules on third-party ad spending which a provincial judge rejected as unconstitutional earlier this weekThe province is asking companies that want to set up on-site clinics to not only organize and pay for them. The law doubles the restricted third-party ad spending period to 12 months before an election campaign gets underway, but keeps the spending limit of $600s plant in Kalamazoo, Mich., afte,000 the samesome nurses in Japan are incensed at a request from Tokyo Olympic organizers to have 500 of them dispatched to help out wit.

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