A group of parents who were chided by a judge for flouting charity tax laws to send their children to a prestigious Christian university have seen their legal battle against the federal government come to a close.

On Thursday, Canada’s top court announced it had dismissed an appeal from six families that sent their children to B.C.’s Trinity Western University by making charitable donations to the National Foundation for Christian Leadership (NFCL) in 2002 and 2003.

The Supreme Court of Canada dismissed the case with costs.

The court traditionally does not provide reasons for agreeing or disagreeing to hear an appeal, and it provided no explanation in this case.

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