Mader's Tobacco court case

Mader's Tobacco court case

Kentville businessman Bob Gee is challenging Nova Scotia's regulations on store displays of tobacco under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

Bob Gee speaks to reporters outside Kentville provincial court. Gee, owner of Mader Tobacco, lost his charter challenge of the provincial tobacco display ban on May 1.

UPDATE Gee loses charter challenge

May 01, 2013 - 10 h 52

A Kentville convenience store owner has lost his court challenge of Nova Scotia’s provincial tobacco display ban, which states tobacco products for sale must be concealed.

In Kentville provincial...

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UPDATE Gee loses charter challenge

Valley tobacconist awaits court ruling

January 25, 2013 - 19 h 02

A tobacco retailer challenging provincial laws banning visual in-store displays of tobacco products will learn the result of years of legal proceedings this spring.

Bob Gee, owner of Mader’s...

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Valley tobacconist awaits court ruling

Kentville tobacco shop trial into day two

December 05, 2012 - 19 h 10

By Nancy Kelly

nkelly@Kingscountynews.ca

Day two of Bob Gee’s constitutional challenge of Nova Scotia’s tobacco retail display policies featured testimony by an expert witness called...

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Kentville tobacco shop trial into day two

Delay expected in Gee case Tuesday

June 18, 2012 - 16 h 51
By Nancy Kelly Transcontinental Media   Jeff Gee doesn’t have high expectations for his father’s next day in court.   Bob Gee’s case has been put over several times since he was charged...
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Delay expected in Gee case Tuesday

Bob Gee

May 01, 2013 - 0 h 00
Bob Gee speaks to reporters outside Kentville provincial court. Gee, owner of Mader Tobacco, lost his charter challenge of the provincial tobacco display ban on May 1.
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Gee: Customers could butt out of Kentville

March 09, 2011 - 11 h 15

BY KIRK STARRATT 

Kings County Advertiser/Register

A Kentville tobacco seller already in a legal battle with the province says freedom of choice is being limited, with regulations...

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Gee: Customers could butt out of Kentville

Gee’s smoke shop case drags on

October 12, 2010 - 10 h 31

BY NANCY KELLY

Kings County Advertiser/Register

By the time Bob Gee returns to court next spring, he will be into the fourth year of his challenge of provincial legislation that governs...

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Gee’s smoke shop case drags on