Ontario to introduce legislation invoking notwithstanding clause
Legislators are expected to be called back from summer break today so the government can introduce a new bill.
The proposed legislation would allow the province to invoke the notwithstanding clause and restore changes to election finance law that were thrown out by a court this week.
But critics say using the clause would be undemocratic.
They're also accusing the government of trying to meddle in next year's provincial election