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Canada's top justice says she is not concerned that a recent spat with Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Justice Minister Peter MacKay has eroded the respect of politicians for the courts.
Lawyers for a B.C. bong shop owner and one of his employees will get a rare opportunity to present oral arguments as to why the Supreme Court of Canada should hear their appeal.
Canada's Supreme Court will release a decision today on whether evidence collected using a so-called Mr. Big police sting operation is admissible in court.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Justice Minister Peter MacKay should apologize for their public criticism of Supreme Court Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin, says an international body of judges and lawyers.
The Supreme Court of Canada has sided with the federal government and ended a long-running legal fight with Quebec's leading labour organizations in a multibillion-dollar employment insurance case.
The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled the Ontario government does not need Ottawa's permission to permit industrial logging on a First Nation's traditional lands.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper has appointed a Quebec Court of Appeal judge to fill a seat on the Supreme Court of Canada following the unsuccessful nomination of Quebec judge Marc Nadon.
Justice Minister Peter MacKay says he's hoping there's a judge that Ottawa and Quebec can agree on for the next appointment to the Supreme Court.
Following a report that a Supreme Court shortlist had several ineligible judges, Justice Minister Peter MacKay says a new justice for Quebec will be named "very soon."
Political gadflies and jurisprudence junkies, grab the popcorn and pull up a chair: Prime Minister Stephen Harper will soon have yet another Quebec vacancy to fill on the Supreme Court of Canada.
The Supreme Court of Canada has agreed to hear an appeal from a British Columbia man who spent 27 years in prison for sexual assaults he did not commit and who wants to sue the Crown for negligence.