Is the constitutionality of provincial rules of general application that infringe Charter protections and that are imposed by order rather than regulation reviewable only under the strictures of administrative law — May citizens challenging the constitutionality of administrative decisions of general application provide evidence relevant to whether the decisions are demonstrably justified in a free and democratic society — Do citizens challenging the constitutionality of decisions which the government admits infringe Charter protections bear the burden of proving the unreasonableness and lack of justification for those decisions — Can a province prevent judicial review of the constitutionality of orders applicable to everyone in the province solely on the basis that individuals can or have applied to the government decision maker for reconsideration. — dismissed 08/10/2023 — Supreme Advocacy acted as agent for the Applicant.

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