In yesterday's episode of "Le Droit de savoir", a TV program on law and society on Quebec's Canal Savoir channel, journalist Jean-Philippe Cipriani paid a visit to the Supreme Court of Canada
in Ottawa. The report is now on the program website.
While there, Cipriani interviewed the Court's Registrar, Roger Bilodeau, as well as the Right Honourable Beverley McLachlin, P.C.,Chief Justice of Canada, about how the Court operates.
The program, now in its 3rd season, is a co-production of the Quebec Bar Association and the province's public broadcaster Télé-Québec.
Full episodes from seasons 1 and 2 are archived on the show's website. Episodes of the current season are made available on the website once they have been broadcast on the Canal Savoir.
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