The Law Society of Ontario has canceled the bar exam scheduled to begin Tuesday, saying it had information that “strongly indicates that examination content has been improperly accessed by some candidates.”

Approximately 1,100 candidates were scheduled to write the bar exam from March 8-11 and 22-25 in Canada’s most-populous province. Students were notified on Saturday afternoon that the exam had been canceled.

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