A new conference is slated for this morning in Winnipeg, dealing with Robert Jenkinson's challenge of the provincial smoking ban. He was convicted under the law for allowing smoking in Treherne's Creekside Hideaway hotel.
Jenkinson argues he's at a disadvantage because the ban doesn't apply on nearby first nations, and believes the law is unconstitutional.
He appealed the conviction in February, and a decision was handed down yesterday overturning the earlier decision, dropping all charges.
Jenkinson's lawyer Art Stacey said in February if they won the appeal, the province would have to expand the law to first nations or scrap it.