Alberta granted intervener status in legal challenges against Emergencies Act
Global News: The Federal Court of Canada has granted Alberta intervener status in four legal challenges against the Emergencies Act. The court order will allow the government of Alberta to intervene on non-constitutional and constitutional issues raised before the court, the province said in a statement late Friday afternoon.
'It comes after Alberta Premier Jason Kenney filed a request for a judicial review of the federal government’s use of the Emergencies Act in February. Kenney had always been critical of the Emergencies Act, which was invoked by the federal government in response to convoy protests in Ottawa.'