The government enacted new legislation prohibiting retailers from displaying tobacco
products except at the moment of sale at the till. Which of the following best describes the legal basis for a business to challenge the new law?
Question 4 options:
The new law is a violation of the commercial freedom of businesses and is therefore unconstitutional.
The new law interferes with freedom of expression, which is protected under section 2 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
The new law is likely to be ineffective in reducing the number of people who smoke or take up smoking.