June 18, 2024

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Quebec Tramway: Judge Samson’s decision is expected Thursday morning

Quebec Tramway: Judge Samson's decision is expected Thursday morning

It will be known at 10 a.m. Thursday whether preparatory work for the Quebec tramway will be suspended.

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Justice Clément Samson of the Superior Court will deliver his decision in a case between the antitramway group Quebec and the City of Quebec at the time.

This decision relates to a request for an interim injunction whereby the plaintiffs – represented by the firm of M.e Guy Bertrand – Trying to stop the current preparatory works for the tramway. If this request is accepted, the work can be suspended for a period of 10 days (renewable).

Both sides heard their arguments during the hearing last Friday.

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