SCC dismisses appeal in Quebec student protests contempt charge

The Supreme Court of Canada has dismissed the appeal of a Québec student who had brought a contempt charge against a spokesperson over student protests in that province in 2012; but the most interesting aspect of the case was the split in the court over the decision, says a lawyer who represented one of the interveners in the case.
Ranjan K. Agarwal, a partner at Bennett Jones in Toronto represented an intervener in the case, the Alberta Public Interest Research Group. “What I can say to you is that I find it very, very interesting that the court broke on a 5/3/1, …
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