Minister of Justice et al v. Omar Ahmed Khadr/Order III

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MINISTER OF JUSTICE AND ATTORNEY GENERAL OF CANADA, MINISTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS, DIRECTOR OF THE CANADIAN SECURITY INTELLIGENCE SERVICE and COMMISSIONER OF THE ROYAL CANADIAN MOUNTED POLICE v. OMAR AHMED KHADR (F.C.) (32147)
THE COURT:

UPON APPLICATIONS by the appellants for the following Orders:

(a) striking the factum of the B.C. Civil Liberties Association, and revoking their status as interveners; and
(b) striking the joint factum of the University of Toronto, Faculty of Law — International Human Rights Clinic and Human Rights Watch, and revoking their status as interveners.

AND HAVING READ the material filed;

IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that:

The motions are dismissed. There is no order as to costs.

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