Supreme Court of Canada
Association canadienne-française de l’Ontario v. Attorney General of Quebec et al.,  2 S.C.R. 789
The Association canadienne-française de l’Ontario Applicant;
The Attorney General of Quebec
The Attorney General of Canada Respondents.
File No.: 16910.
1982: January 26; 1982: February 9.
Present: Beetz, Chouinard and Lamer JJ.
APPLICATION FOR LEAVE TO APPEAL
Appeal—Application to intervene rejected by the Court of Appeal—Decision not subject to appeal—Application for leave to appeal to the Supreme Court rejected—An Act respecting a reference to the Court of Appeal, 1981 (Que.), c. 17, s. 1—Supreme Court Act, R.S.C 1970, c. S-19, s. 37.
APPLICATION for leave to appeal from a decision of the Court of Appeal of Quebec dismissing the applicant’s application to intervene relating to a reference ordered by the Government of Quebec. Application dismissed.
Emile Colas, Q.C., for the applicant.
Lucien Bouchard, for the respondent the Attorney General of Quebec.
Michel Robert and Raynold Langlois, for the respondent the Attorney General of Canada.
English version of the judgment of the Court delivered by
BEETZ J.—The applicant seeks leave to appeal from a decision of the Quebec Court of Appeal dated January 5, 1982, which dismissed its application to intervene in a reference ordered by an Order in Council of the Government of Quebec, dated December 9, 1981 and numbered 3367-81.
HAVING REGARD TO s. 1 of An Act respecting a reference to the Court of Appeal, 1981 (Que.), c. 17;
HAVING REGARD TO s. 37 of the Supreme Court Act, R.S.C. 1970, c. S-19;
We are all of the view that the decision of the Court of Appeal is not subject to appeal.
The application for leave to appeal is dismissed with costs.
Application dismissed with costs.
Solicitors for the applicant: De Grandpré, Colas, Deschênes, Godin, Paquette, Lasnier & Alary, Montreal.
Solicitors for the respondent the Attorney General of Quebec: Jean-K. Samson, Lucien Bouchard and Paul-Arthur Gendreau, Montreal.
Solicitors for the respondent the Attorney General of Canada: Michel Robert and Raynold Langlois, Montreal.
Ed. Note: Leave to intervene in the Supreme Court granted by Dickson, Beetz and Lamer JJ. on April 4, 1982.