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            [Letterhead] Federal Court of Appeal


                                               Date: 2000518
                                                            
                                           Docket:  A-258-99
                                                    A-269-99


CORAM:    ISAAC J.A.
          ROBERTSON J.A.
          SEXTON J.A.

BETWEEN:

  SABINA CITRON, TORONTO MAYOR'S COMMITTEE ON COMMUNITY AND
RACE RELATIONS, THE ATTORNEY GENERAL OF CANADA, THE CANADIAN
   HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION, CANADIAN HOLOCAUST REMEMBRANCE
    ASSOCIATION, SIMON WIESENTHAL CENTRE, CANADIAN JEWISH
                          CONGRESS
         AND LEAGUE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS OF B'NAI BRITH
                                                  APPELLANTS

AND -

  ERNST ZUNDEL AND CANADIAN ASSOCIATION FOR FREE EXPRESSION
                            INC.
                                                 RESPONDENTS



                          JUDGMENT


The appeal is allowed with costs and the order of the
Motions Judge dated April 13, 1999 is set aside.





                                                            
                                           "Julius A. Isaac"
                                                         J.A


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