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A class action lawsuit for sexual abuse against a religious organization in Quebec and an institution that it ran may proceed, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled today.
The Canadian Judicial Council had been in existence for more than a decade before its first formal hearing into the conduct of a judge and the central issues were the limits on speech outside of court and whether that could be subject to disciplinary action.