Conrad Black free to pursue libel suits Add to ... CP Video Published Wednesday, Apr. 18 2012, 6:11 PM EDT Last updated Thursday, Apr. 19 2012, 2:51 PM EDT The Supreme Court of Canada has paved the way for disgraced media mogul Conrad Black to pursue a series of libel lawsuits in Ontario. Canadian Press reporter Mike Blanchfield explains what this means. Watch More Video: Cosby show brings out protesters in Baltimore Goodluck Jonathan casts vote in Nigerian election Pope Francis meets homeless on private visit to Sistine Chapel Italy acquits Amanda Knox in appeal over Kercher murder Calgary man gets 22 months in jail for killing dog and cat Prosecutors: Germanwings co-pilot may have hidden illness Harper welcomes high court's decision on Quebec gun data Living with lava, a slow motion disaster Size of 'Sunshine List' reaches record levels Two unaccounted for following New York blast Critics say new Indiana law legalizes discrimination Residents witness building explosion, collapse in New York Taxes and debt financing: How Alberta's budget addresses the revenue shortfall Alberta’s austere budget by the numbers Look Back: Footage shows aftermath of massive 1964 Alaskan earthquake Ben Affleck and Bill Gates urge foreign aid funding Putin says Russia will never give in to pressure on Ukraine U.S.-led coalition launches first airstrikes against Islamic State Spanish relatives leave for crash site in France Terminally ill veteran gets wish, visits Pearl Harbor Comments AA More Related to this Story Video: Mulcair questions Conrad Black 'double-standard'