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Critics call for new rules for retired judges in wake of...

OTTAWA—The jury’s out on the judges. As Justin Trudeau again refused to apologize Thursday after ethics commissioner Mario Dion found the prime minister...

Sherman family to ask Supreme Court to seal files detailing slain...

Days before details of the estate of murdered billionaires Barry and Honey Sherman were to be made public, lawyers for the Sherman family...

Supreme Court justice Clément Gascon has been found, Ottawa police say

Clément Gascon, a justice on the Supreme Court of Canada, has been found after going missing for several hours, according to the Ottawa...

Clément Gascon to retire from Supreme Court in September

OTTAWA— After just five years on the country’s top court, Justice Clément Gascon will retire in mid-September “for personal and family reasons,” potentially...

Justin Trudeau condemns leak of confidential information around Supreme Court appointment

OTTAWA—Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he wants the damaging leaks of confidential information to stop but offered no promise of an investigation into...

Jody Wilson-Raybould calls for investigation into leak of Supreme Court pick

OTTAWA—Former justice minister Jody Wilson-Raybould wants an investigation into the leak of confidential details of her pick for the Supreme Court, a choice...

Supreme Court of Canada says bankrupt energy companies must clean up...

CALGARY—When energy companies go bankrupt, the cleanup of their old oil and gas wells must take priority over paying off creditors, the Supreme...

‘It’s not just about me’: Escalator rider whose ticket dispute is...

“It’s not about money,” says Kosoian, who sued for $69,000, split between the officer and Montreal’s transit commission. “I did not commit any...

Supreme Court to grapple with murky legal rights of immigration detainees

Should an immigration detainee have the same right to challenge their ongoing detention as their criminally convicted peers?That’s the quandary at the centre...

Is it a politician’s right to block people on Twitter?

There is something undeniably satisfying about blocking a troublesome person on Twitter. One click, and the noise is over. But that simple act,...
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