Supreme Court of Canada visits Quebec City to hear two cases

Canada's highest court sits outside of Ottawa for the second time in its history

Supreme Court of Canada visits Quebec City to hear two cases

In this week’s court roundup, Quebec City welcomed the Supreme Court of Canada as it visited the city to hear two cases that originated from the Quebec Court of Appeal. Meanwhile, an international trade case was brought to the Federal Court of Appeal, and a breach of contract by the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority was heard in the Federal Court.

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