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The Supreme Court of Canada dismisses 5 leaves to appeal.
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The Supreme Court of Canada dismisses 9 leaves to appeal.
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The Supreme Court of Canada releases a decision in Ontario (Attorney General) v. G.
The Supreme Court of Canada dismisses 6 and remands 1 leave to appeal.
On Friday, November 20, 2020, the Supreme Court of Canada is releasing its decision in Ontario (Attorney General) v. G. At issue is the constitutionality of Christopher’s Law, which requires persons to be registered on the sex offender registry even where they were found not criminally responsible on an account of mental disorder (“NCR”) for sexual offences and discharged absolutely by a review board.
The C.A. concludes s. 99(1)(a) of the Customs Act is unconstitutional because it imposes no restrictions on the search of personal electronic devices at the border.
The Supreme Court of Canada dismisses 1 leave to appeal.
The Supreme Court of Canada releases a decision in Hydro-Québec v. Matta.
The Supreme Court of Canada grants 2, dismisses 8 and remands 1 leave to appeal.
A local lawyer discusses pros and cons of virtual trials.
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The Appellant in this case says his situation reflects a broader problem with smaller employers “not following the rules that are there to keep all workers safe”.