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    Toronto
    SUPREME COURT OF CANADA -- JUDGMENTS IN APPEALS OTTAWA, 20/5/99. THE SUPREME COURT OF CANADA HAS TODAY DEPOSITED WITH THE REGISTRAR JUDGMENTS IN THE FOLLOWING APPEALS AND APPLICATIONS FOR LEAVE TO APPEAL. FROM: SUPREME COURT OF CANADA (613)995-4330 APPEALS / APPELS: Reasons for judgment will be available shortly at: http://www.scc-csc.gc.ca 25838 THE ATTORNEY GENERAL FOR ONTARIO…
    Thu, May 20, 1999
    Vancouver
    Government filed appeal to block case from proceeding
    By Jeremy Hainsworth
    Thu, Mar 31, 2011
    Vancouver
    The federal government announced Jul 12 that it will pay Canada Pension Plan (CPP) benefits and arrears to same-sex widows and widowers enrolled in a class-action suit, despite a pending Supreme Court appeal in the case. "I am thrilled that the pensions will finally be paid. I am 78 and my…
    By Xtra West staff
    Thu, Jul 21, 2005
    Vancouver
    Supreme Court of Canada doesn't want to hear it
    By Jeremy Hainsworth
    Thu, Jun 3, 2010
    Thu, Aug 25, 2011
    Canada
    Two cases before Supreme Court of Canada
    By Frank Prendergast
    Wed, Feb 8, 2012
    6
    Toronto
    Torontonians weigh in from the Church Wellesley Village
    By Xtra staff
    Wed, Oct 10, 2012
    Ottawa
    Case put trans discrimination on the map
    By Marcus McCann
    Thu, Feb 1, 2007
    Vancouver
    The fight between a Vancouver broadcaster and family values activist Kari Simpson is moving to Ottawa for a third round. The Supreme Court of Canada ruled Feb 1 that it will hear Rafe Mair's challenge of a BC Court of Appeal ruling that he defamed Simpson eight years ago. The alleged incident…
    By Jeremy Hainsworth
    Wed, Feb 14, 2007
    Toronto
    A year-long wait for kiddie porn decision
    By Eleanor Brown
    Thu, Jan 11, 2001
    Toronto
    Kiddie porn trial follows Supreme Court ruling
    By Robin Perelle
    Thu, Jan 24, 2002
    Canada
    Bullied through high school with homophobic epithets, Azmi Jubran sought justice
    By Xtra West staff
    Thu, Jun 9, 2005
    Vancouver
    The Supreme Court Of Canada has agreed to hear an appeal of a ruling that would have left Little Sister's bookstore unable to afford to continue its long-running fight against censorship by Canada Customs. "I feel really good about this decision," says Little Sister's co-owner Jim Deva. "It allows us to…
    By Matt Mills
    Wed, Nov 23, 2005
    Toronto
    Often portrayed as both a genius and a loony tune, big name anti-porn activist Catharine MacKinnon came up from the US for the Supreme Court Of Canada hearing into Little Sister's. MacKinnon sat next to Nancy Ruth, the Toronto lesbian philanthropist who helped found LEAF, the Women's Legal Education And Action…
    By Eleanor Brown
    Thu, Mar 23, 2000
    Canada
    Decision means new drug injection sites likely
    By Dale Smith
    Fri, Sep 30, 2011
    Canada
    Solidarity rallies held across Canada June 8
    By Jeremy Hainsworth
    Mon, Jun 10, 2013
    Vancouver
    Supreme Court of Canada to hear arguments this month
    By Jeremy Hainsworth
    Tue, Jan 10, 2012
    Toronto
    Believe it or not - or perhaps it's more a matter of like it or not - it's been one of those seasons in queer Canada where there are not enough lawyers to go around. It's all litigating, all the time, like some awful digital TV channel. Lawyers are the…
    By Paul Gallant
    Thu, Dec 9, 2004
    Vancouver
    Egale Canada, the national queer lobby group, applied to testify before the Supreme Court of Canada to support Little Sister's Bookstore in its long-running battle against Canada's border police, Feb 22. The Canada Border Services Agency, formerly Canada Customs, has routinely seized shipments of queer-themed material bound for Little Sister's since…
    By Matt Mills
    Wed, Mar 15, 2006
    Canada
    Bill Whatcott distributes 5,000 homophobic flyers
    By Greg Beneteau
    Wed, Mar 14, 2012
    9
    2008 Supreme Court decision expanded free speech protection
    By Jeremy Hainsworth
    Tue, Feb 3, 2009
    1
    Toronto
    Our guide to all these marriage challenges
    By John Sinopoli
    Thu, Nov 1, 2001

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