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Proprietary Articles Trade Association v. Attorney General of Canada, [1931] AC 310

Ratio:

Parliament has jurisdiction over criminal law in broad sense – it can define what is criminal conduct, based on what violated generally accepted norms of conduct in the era (broadens the power from Toronto Electric Commissioners v Snider)


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