10 things Doug Ford has already used the notwithstanding clause on - The Beaverton
10 things Doug Ford has already used...
10 things Doug Ford has already used the notwithstanding clause on
Ontario Premier Doug Ford said he will be using section 33 of the Constitution to overrule a court decision on the size of Toronto Council. However, few know he has used it in 10 other occasions since being elected
Returning Renata Ford's phone calls - The phone just doesn’t stop ringing, but voters elected him to take everything in Rob’s will.
Passing a law that would give Wayne Gretzky a retroactive high sticking penalty that was missed in Game 6 of the Western Conference Final of the 1993 NHL Playoffs - That non-call was bullshit and Ford has changed it with the notwithstanding act.
Removing the height restrictions on the Ghoster Coaster at Canada’s Wonderland - If your three-year-old doesn’t think safety is important, a government shouldn’t tell you otherwise.
Vetoing Toronto City Council’s right to live - A judge may call that murder, but that’s not what 40% of the plural majority of the province said.
Getting his brother out of jail (again) - Oh Randy, what are you up to now?
Changing the breakfast menu at a downtown Cora restaurant - Democracy means being able to order a McGriddle even if the server is telling you repeatedly that they only make those at McDonalds.
Removing the laws governing quantum mechanics - Ontarians need to deregulate photons and electrons for the benefit of everyone and stop listening to these out-of-touch academics.
Striking down physician's recommendation that the Premier should eat more vegetables - Ford will not take advice coming from the medical elite.
Reversing the 2014 Toronto Mayoral Election - The Premier should take back what was rightfully his from the undemocratic voters of four years ago.
Changing the LGBTQ acronym to ‘Let’s Get Bacon Today, Quickly!’ - That’s what the voters were asking for.