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A-413: Ontario moves forward with its legal challenge

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Ottawa should “get out of the way,” says Ontario Attorney General Doug Downey.

Radio-Canada

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Accusing Justin Trudeau of siding with “congestion” rather than motorists in the 413 highway project north of Toronto, Doug Ford's government is moving forward with its request for judicial review against Ottawa in the filing.

The controversy centers on the Federal Impact Assessment Act, which the Supreme Court ruled in part unconstitutional last October.

Ottawa informed Ontario that it would not apply this environmental law for the Ontario Place revitalization project in Toronto, but did not specify its intentions for the Highway 413 project, says Doug Downey, Attorney General of Ontario.

The Ford government maintains that the project, criticized by environmentalists, is essential to help relieve congestion on Highway 401, in particular. Furthermore, the matter is not under federal jurisdiction, said Minister Downey.

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We say to Ottawa: "Shut up- you out of the way."

A quote from Doug Downey, Attorney General of Ontario

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The Highway 413 project north of Toronto

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