Quebec Supreme Court Judge to retire

By Marilla Steuter-Martin

Quebec's Supreme Court Judge Louis LeBel announced his plans to retire in November of 2014, Friday.

According to CTV, LeBel, now 74 years old, has served on the Supreme Court for the past 15 years.
The Supreme Court is made up of nine members, three of which are designated for jurists from Quebec.
The court has already been short one such Quebec Judge for the last nine months, as the person presented by Prime Minister Stephen Harper was deemed ineligible. 
LeBel also stated that plans for selecting his replacement would be announced in due course.