Ontario's top court strikes down third-party election ad spending rules
Ontario's top court has struck down third-party election advertising rules introduced by Premier Doug Ford's government as unconstitutional. Before 2021, third parties were allowed to spend up to $600,000 on advertising in the six months before an election call. That year the government stretched the pre-election restricted spending period to one year.
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