Supreme Court


The Supreme Court’s remarkable rejection of Marc Nadon

Decision was a ’mess of the prime minister’s own making,’ writes Emmett Macfarlane

Why did Harper wade into the Marc Nadon controversy?

From the Maclean’s archives: The real question beneath the Supreme Court legal dispute
Valerie Scott Amy Lebovitch

Prostitution laws: Over to you, Parliament

What the Supreme Court ruling means for the future of prostitution in Canada
Court Elections 20121210

Supreme Court to rule on police officer’s right to have lawyer review notes

Families of slain men hope ruling will affect SIU investigations

Editorial: What the Supreme Court really thinks about cyberbullying

It’s okay, but only when unions are the bullies
Senate 20130326

The Supreme Court Senate reference: Hope and hard work

Paul Wells on a court case ’straight out of central casting’
Court Elections 20121210

Your guide to the Senate reform debate

Emmett Macfarlane on the Supreme Court’s Senate reference