Doug Ford's unprecedented move to invoke the notwithstanding clause to ensure a reduction in the size of Toronto's city council has prompted some observers to question the Ontario premier's grasp of judicial matters and muse as to whether his aggressive use of the constitutional provision is a sign of things to come.


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