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  • Jun 25, 2011
  • 09:51 PM

'Busybodies' watch their language

Alan Shanoff / London Free Press
Howard Galganov and Jean-Serge Brisson are political activists. A judge called them "busybodies and interlopers." To add insult to injury last month, the judge ordered them to pay $180,000 in reimbursement of legal fees. Their crime: Challenging a Township of Russell bylaw forcing all exterior business signs to be in both English and French, and no other language.

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