SCC justices in Manitoba to hear cases, reach out to public

Canada’s Supreme Court justices are hearing cases outside of Ottawa for the first time ever this week. They are in Winnipeg, where they will also meet with students, Indigenous leaders and the general public. (The Canadian Press)

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