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: At least 11 dead in Norway helicopter crash Controversial pop-up toilets proposed to fix this Australian city's pee problem Watch as a driver is rescued from sinking car as floods deluge Mississippi Watch as a little girl is pulled from rubble of Aleppo air strike Video shows Florida officer beating handcuffed woman Police car smashed, protesters arrested outside chaotic Californian Trump rally Anti-Trump protest in California Surveillance footage captures violent scene in Toronto condo elevator The lasting legacy of Ottawa's reprehensible treatments of gay public servants Saskatchewan premier says he discussed pipelines with Trudeau Justin Trudeau fires back at critics over pipelines Details on the man found dead at Apple headquarters Fact-checking Trump's foreign policy speech Three Lebanese women design website to report sexual harassment in Beirut Raccoon vs. new Toronto green bin: A battle of strength, tenacity and good design Police bodycam captures dramatic Chile car chase Raccoon vs. new Toronto green bin: A battle of strength, tenacity and good design Love isn't always enough: Crown prosecutor in meningitis case Warfare on the outskirts of Aleppo Sanders on why Trump won't win Comments AA More Related to this Story Video: Mulcair questions Conrad Black 'double-standard'