Maxime Bernier’s launched his new party: The People’s Party of Canada and everyone’s already made the requisite PP jokes. Meanwhile in Ontario a court ruling invalidated Doug Ford’s attempt to halve the size of Toronto’s City Council, so naturally he is invoking the Notwithstanding Clause to overrule the courts. And one former BC premier decided to weigh in with her thoughts on the matter.
Everything is seriously normal in Canadian politics.
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Segment 1: Maxime unveils his PP
- People’s Party of Canada
- Maxime admits to speaking to Canadian Nationalist Party
- Play-by-play of Maxime’s announcement
Segment 2: If at first you don’t succeed, invoke Section 33