MPs Stake Constitution Claim On Property Rights In Alberta

Alberta lawmakers including Conservative MPs propose to enshrine local property rights under an obscure provision of the Constitution Act. Legislators will ask Parliament to amend the constitution for Albertans using the same legal device that changed Newfoundland’s name and entrenched bilingualism in New Brunswick: “We want to get this on the books”.

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