Last December the Supreme Court of Canada heard the Heather Robertson-led class action case against the Globe & Mail for copyright infringement, and a ruling was expected this spring. Essentially, the Globe bought first-serial rights, then kept selling the material on a permanent basis without permission or payment. (Somehow, this has not been an open-and-shut case.)
Now the Court will rehear the case, because they have a new judge, Morris Rothstein, and they want him to be part of it. Rothstein is an IP law veteran.