"Quebec unhappy with selection process for SCOC judges":
The Montreal Gazette has a news update
that begins, "The Quebec government has informed Ottawa it is not happy with the way Supreme Court of Canada justices are being picked."
The Ottawa Citizen has a news update headlined "Supreme Court justices chosen on merit, Peter MacKay says."
And in commentary, Tuesday's edition of The Toronto Globe and Mail will contain an editorial titled "Politicized Supreme Court fight one of Harper's most imprudent acts."
"Supreme Court Justice LeBel's exit to create second Quebec vacancy":
Sean Fine had this article
in Saturday's edition of The Toronto Globe and Mail.
And online today at that newspaper's web site, law professor Adam Dodek has an essay titled "Opaque and secretive, the Supreme Court appointment process must change."
"Justice Stephen G. Breyer, HLS '64: Supreme Court Justice and Former Law Professor."
The Harvard Crimson has this article
, part of its Class of 1964 50th Reunion issue.
"Caperton wins Massey trial, but damages much less than hoped for":
Paul J. Nyden of The Charleston (W. Va.) Gazette has this report