The question raised by this argument was whether government entities have the right to control the content of the expression that took place on the side of buses. The BCCLA argued that refusing to allow the appellants to advertise on the side of buses amounted to an infringement of their section 2(b) Charter Rights, as the proposed location and method of expression did not detract from the values that the Charter was designed to promote.
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