Curbs on tobacco ads upheld
Kirk Makin, Globe and Mail
June 28, 2007. Tobacco advertising restrictions aimed at preventing Canadians from becoming addicted to smoking are amply justified under the Charter of Rights, the Supreme Court of Canada said Thursday.
The justices were unanimous in upholding a series of controversial federal laws that were challenged by tobacco companies, which contended that their right to free expression was impinged upon
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