Charter Right To Clown Pants

A ban on clown pants for police on duty has been struck down by a Québec judge. Wearing irregular clothing to illustrate labour grievances is a constitutionally protected act of free expression, ruled Québec Superior Court: “It protects not only accepted opinions but also those which disturb, even those which shock.”

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