BY PAUL TUNS On Jan. 6, the Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA) filed a constitutional challenge in the Court of Queen’s Bench in Fredericton. The CCLA advised the New Brunswick government in October that they would be launching a legal challenge if it did not rescind Schedule 2(a.i) of Regulation 84-20, which does not permit the paying for non-essential services in private […]

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