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: MLA suspended over Facebook comment about Wynne Toronto police chief challenged about marijuana dispensaries bust Crow attempts to obstruct justice, fly off with knife from Vancouver crime scene Slow-motion camera capture awesome power of lightning bolts See this duck? This duck is the enemy of vine-loving snails in South Africa Ontario premier promises natural gas won't be banned Old shipwreck found at Boston construction site Justin Trudeau encouraged by G7 stance on ransoms Indigenous reporter speaks out on Trump's 'Pocahontas' comment Watch the highlights from Harper's convention speech in under two minutes Obama visits Hiroshima, site of world's first atomic bombing Footage shows Kevin Vickers tackling protester in Dublin Obama eyeing new family home not far from White House Trump calls Elizabeth Warren 'a real disaster' Chinese factory churning out Clinton, Trump masks Justin Trudeau promotes free-trade deal with Europe at G7 Not criminally responsible verdict a 'nightmare': Brother of Calgary stabbing victim Dramatic footage shows migrant ship rocking, capsizing Clinton distracted by shirtless supporters at California rally Aerial footage shows extent of massive sinkhole in Florence Comments AA More Related to this Story Video: Mulcair questions Conrad Black 'double-standard'