What is the effect of a motion to keep an injunction in place until a decision is rendered at trial?

Manitoba, Canada

The following excerpt is from Golubchuk v. Salvation Army Grace General Hospital et al., 2008 MBQB 49 (CanLII):

I have reviewed all the considerations that were mentioned by Twaddle J.A. in Pereira v. Smith to be relevant in a motion of this kind. I have found in favour of the plaintiff on each consideration. I have therefore concluded that it is just and convenient to make an order continuing the injunction until a decision is rendered at the trial of this action. This action should proceed to trial as quickly as possible. To ensure that end, I make an order for case management and will make myself available as early as possible to assist the parties in getting the case ready for trial.

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