Supreme Court refuses to hear appeal by Quebec Liberal Party fundraiser

The Supreme Court of Canada has rejected a former top Quebec Liberal Party fundraiser's attempts to block publication of documents related to a provincial anti-corruption inquiry that targeted him in August 2016.

Marc Bibeau, who is said to be a close confidant of former Quebec premier Jean Charest, was fighting the efforts of a media consortium — made up of La Presse, QMI and The Gazette — to publish information contained in two search warrants.

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