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Supreme Court of Canada Decision: Committee for the Commonwealth of Canada (hereafter called the committee) v. Canada. 1991 Volume I (one) of the Supreme Court Reports, Pg # 139 which is available for consultation at the McGill Law Library, 3660 Peel Street, corner Dr. Penfield. The decision stated that the authorities at the Dorval (now PET) airport had no right to order the committee, a not for profit political organisation which was handing out free reading material, off the premises.
Peter Horn 03:07, 18 November 2006 (UTC)
That is certainly an interesting case. It would be great to include it. --PullUpYourSocks 16:53, 18 November 2006 (UTC)