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Superior Court rules in favor of Sue Montgomery

The Superior Court on Friday quashed two decisions rendered by the Commission municipale du Québec (CMQ) with regard to Sue Montgomery, former mayor of the borough of Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, concerning breaches to ethics and a citation in deontology. Posted at 9:00 a.m. Florence Morin Martel The PressIn his decision, Judge Alexander Pless considers that there were “breaches of procedural fairness”. Sue Montgomery maintained that the Commission municipale du Québec had “not acted indepen...
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Against the vaccination of her children: a mother dismissed by the court

A conspiratorial mother for whom vaccination is a “crime against humanity” has lost part of her parental authority over her children, so that the father will be able to have them vaccinated. “Madame can believe what she wants, the court prefers to follow the recommendations of public health”, decided judge Steve J. Reimnitz in dismissing the mother recently at the Drummondville courthouse. The mother, who cannot be named to protect the identity of her 9- and 14-year-old daughters, is a conspirator who believes the COVID-19 vaccine contains an 'ID chip', or that 'it is made from cells of aborted fetuses. These claims are false, but the woman seems to firmly believe in them due to videos found on the internet. And that is why she strongly opposes the vaccina...
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The US Supreme Court takes up university affirmative action policies

After abortion, firearms and vaccination obligations, the Supreme Court of the United States added a highly sensitive subject to its program on Monday, agreeing to examine affirmative action policies in universities. • Read also: Joe Biden and Kamala Harris promise to defend abortion rights • Read also: A month after his defeat, the Trump camp was preparing to seize election machines The high court, firmly anchored in conservatism, will examine by the end of the year the selection mechanisms in place within the prestigious Harvard University and the public university of North Carolina. These institutions, like many others in the United States, take into account ethnic criteria to ensure student diversity and correct the under-representation of black and Hispa...
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Assange allowed to challenge his extradition in the UK Supreme Court

LONDON | British justice on Monday authorized the founder of WikiLeaks Julian Assange to ask the Supreme Court to be able to challenge a decision authorizing his extradition to the United States, which wants to try him for a massive leak of documents. • Read also: Julian Assange can be extradited to the United States The High Court judges made clear in their ruling that it was ultimately up to the Supreme Court, the UK's highest court, whether or not to allow the 50-year-old Australian's appeal. In December, the High Court overturned on appeal the decision of a judge who refused at first instance to extradite Julian Assange to the United States where he is being prosecuted for the dissemination, from 2010, of more than 700,000 documents classified on US milita...
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Four dead at Canada-US border | The defendant will appear in US court on Monday

(Fargo) Monday's focus will be on Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota, where the man charged in connection with the deaths of four members of the same immigrant family at the Canada-US border will appear. Posted at 5:39 p.m. James McCarten The Canadian PressThe group, which included a baby and a teenager, were found dead on Wednesday near Emerson, Manitoba, just yards from the border.Steve Shand, 47, will appear by video before a Minnesota judge to determine whether he will remain incarcer...
Ayesha Malik, first female Supreme Court justice
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Ayesha Malik, first female Supreme Court justice

In this conservative country, the appointment of this magistrate could improve the real rights of women. Ayesha Malik notably distinguished herself by deciding to ban virginity tests on women victims of rape in 2021. “This is a historic day for the emancipation of women in Pakistan” tweeted Zartaj Gul-Wazir, the Minister of the Environment. Justice Ayesha Malik, 55, was appointed on January 6 to sit on the Supreme Court of Pakistan. This appointment must be confirmed by a parliamentary group indicates the English daily The Guardian. Ayesha Malik is the first and only woman to join the highest judicial body in this country, which has only 15% of female judges in the courts, and only 5% in the high courts. His appointment was not unanimous: refused last year, it narrowly passed in ...