Supreme Court to hear B.C. minority language rights case in Winnipeg Thursday

The Supreme Court of Canada will hear an appeal in Winnipeg Thursday morning that could affect minority-language communities across the country. The case is

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Supreme Court of Canada Chief Justice Richard Wagner arrives in Winnipeg

Global News’ Brittany Greenslade asks Supreme Court of Canada Chief Justice Richard Wagner why the court decided to come to Winnipeg for its first

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Scheer says he’d fast-track pipeline challenges straight to Supreme Court

A Conservative government would overcome legal objections to building new petroleum pipelines by fast-tracking any cases right to the Supreme Court of Canada, party

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Military justice system doesn’t breach charter rights, Supreme Court rules

Canada’s military justice system doesn’t contravene the Charter of Rights and Freedoms and can remain as is, the country’s top court has ruled. In

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Man found guilty of murder in Calgary swarming death files notice of appeal to Supreme Court – Calgary

One of the men found guilty of second-degree murder in a deadly 2013 swarming attack in Calgary has filed a notice of appeal to

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CRA decides against taking 1 of its battles with Cameco to Supreme Court

The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) says it won’t appeal a federal court decision that says the revenue minister doesn’t have the authority to compel

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Saskatchewan files notice of carbon tax appeal to Supreme Court of Canada

On Friday, the Saskatchewan government officially launched its carbon tax appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada. On May 3, the Saskatchewan Court of

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Saskatchewan Premier plans to appeal carbon tax decision to Supreme Court

Saskatchewan’s Court of Appeal has ruled that the carbon tax imposed on the province by the federal government is constitutionally sound and falls within the legislative

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Manitoba Bar Association ‘deeply concerned’ over reports about Wilson-Raybould’s Supreme Court pick

The Manitoba Bar Association (MBA) issued a strong statement Tuesday, expressing its “significant concern” following reports that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and former attorney

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Why farmers’ frustration with orphan wells doesn’t end with Supreme Court ruling

Grain farmer Kelly Nelson can count seven idle oil and gas wells on her family property near the village of Milo in southern Alberta.

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