Justice George Locke upheld a previous Federal Court ruling that the lawsuit against the government can be dismissed due to ‘mootness.’

The Federal Court of Appeal has upheld the ruling of a lower court which declared that lawsuits against the Liberal government for its travel vaccine mandate can be dismissed due to “mootness.”

Justice George Locke wrote in his Nov. 9 decision that there was no “palpable and overriding error” in the October 2022 decision made by Federal Court Justice Jocelyne Gagné.

Justice Locke said that “this Court can intervene only in the case of a palpable and overriding error by the Federal Court, or an extricable error of law.”

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