Canadian federalism case at bar: Beer battle bubbles toward Supreme Court

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TORONTO - A court ruling that threw out a New Brunswick man's $292.50 fine for buying cheaper beer in another province and taking it home has upended decades of legal thinking and strikes at the heart of Canadian federalism, the provincial government argues in a request to have the country's
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