How have the courts treated this application?

Canada (Federal), Canada

The following excerpt is from Friends of the Canadian Wheat Board v. Canada (Attorney General), 2010 FC 104 (CanLII):

As Justice O’Reilly pointed out when he heard the interlocutory motion on this application “the applicants have not provided any evidence that anyone lost the right to vote in 2006 or had his or her rights otherwise interfered with.” See FCWB v. AG, above. Nothing has changed before me.

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