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.
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