Conrad Black free to pursue libel suits Add to ... CP Video Published Wednesday, Apr. 18, 2012 6:11PM EDT Last updated Thursday, Apr. 19, 2012 2:51PM 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: Trudeau joins Greek Independence Day parade in Montreal Sixteen shot at Ohio nightclub, at least one dead: police Yemenis take to streets to mark two years since of start of war One dead, 15 shot, in Ohio nightclub shooting Video: Electronics ban implemented on U.S.-bound flights EU leaders renew fraying Union's vows on 60th anniversary Trump says Republicans were 'very close' after health-care bill scrapped Trudeau ‘very pleased’ Trump approved Keystone XL pipeline Paul Ryan says it's a 'disappointing day' after health-care bill pulled Video: Munich zoo names polar bear cub Trump grants authorization for Keystone XL pipeline Nunes requests FBI and NSA directors for intelligence briefing Overthrown Egyptian leader Mubarak walks free What is 'shuanggui', and why did it send this Chinese man to prison? Watch as astronauts go on spacewalk outside ISS Justin Trudeau visits table tennis centre near Toronto Trump demands do-or-die Friday vote on health care plan Uncertainty abounds a month before French election Ryan: Health-care vote will be held Friday Liberals defend proposed four-day sitting in House of Commons Comments Share via email Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on LinkedIn Print More Related to this Story Video: Mulcair questions Conrad Black 'double-standard'