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Ontario (Attorney General) v Canada Temperance Federation, [1946] AC 193, 2 DLR 1 (JCPC)


Foundation for the national concern branch of POGG: Need for national law that "[c]annot realistically be satisfied by cooperation of provinces because failure of one province would carry with it adverse consequences for residents in other provinces."


Judicial Committee of the Privy Council (JCPC) returned to the issue addressed in Russell v The Queen -- which examined whether the federal Canada Temperance Act was valid.


Foundation for the "national dimensions" or "national concern" test.

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