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Department
Business Admin
Course
BUSA 364
Professor
Keith Laidley
Semester
Fall

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- In an effort to protect its dairy industry, a provincial government passed a law that prohibits the importation or manufacture of soy milk. If a soy milk company challenges that statute on constitutional grounds, what would a court likely say o The statute is at least partially intra vires because provinces have the authority to regulate the production or manufacture of things like soy milk - In an effort to protect its dairy industry, a provincial government passed a law that prohibits the importation or manufacture of soy milk. If a soy milk company challenges that statute on constitutional grounds, what would a court likely say o The statute is at least partially intra vires because provinces have the authority to regulate the production or manufacture of things like soy milk - Which of the following statements is TRUE with respect to the Charter o It was introduced in 1982 - The federal, provincial, and territorial governments have decided to re-consider the contents of the Charter. They are particularly interested in the possibility of protecting economic and property rights. Which of the following statements is TRUE o The introduction of a new Charter right for the protection of economic and property rights would probably make it easier for courts to compel governments to ensure that every Canadian enjoys adequate housing - The Charter includes (among other things) rights regarding o equality based on religion, age, and ethnic origin - A provincial government recently enacted a statute that established a scholarship for “Aboriginal students who are enrolled at Canadian universities.” Melissa, a university student whose ancestors were all born in England, believes that the scholarship is unconstitutional because it unfairly discriminates against her on the basis of her race. If Melissa brought that complaint to court, a judge would likely say that o the scholarship is valid under section 15(2) of the Charter because it is aimed at
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