Does the Attorney General's submission in the Superior Court of Justice have any grounds to argue that the meaning of the word "definite" in the definition of a word?

Ontario, Canada


The following excerpt is from Kane v. Ontario (Attorney General), 1997 CanLII 12422 (ON SC):

To the extent that it might be argued that there is something internal to the definitional words that supports the Attorney General’s submission, there would be indulgence in the circular reasoning referred to by Charron J.A. in M. v. H., at page 447 and following, and by McLachlin J. in Miron v. Trudel at pages 488 and 489.

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