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The Supreme Court of Canada releases a decision in Commission scolaire francophone des Territoires du Nord-Ouest v. Northwest Territories (Education, Culture and Employment).
The Supreme Court of Canada grants 1 and dismisses 8 leaves to appeal.
To what extent should the Board be permitted to consider evidence of the Appellant’s “pre-offence history of violent conduct”.
The SCC is releasing its decision in A.B. v Northwest Territories (Minister of Education, Culture and Employment) on Friday, Dec. 8. At issue is s. 23 of the Charter and the right to attend minority language schools.
The Supreme Court of Canada releases a decision in R. v. Zacharias.
The SCC is releasing its decision in R. v. Zacharias on Friday, Dec. 1. At issue is the Grant test for admitting evidence when there are Charter breaches in obtaining that evidence.
Lawyers agree that universities, colleges and public institutions need different treatment than regular businesses when it comes to CCAA protection.
Lexpert releases its top 10 list of most significant judicial rulings affecting the business community.
The Supreme Court of Canada grants 2 leaves to appeal and dismisses 3.
In this case the Court of Appeal provided a helpful refresher on the applicable standard of review analysis for Charter cases
The Supreme Court of Canada releases a decision in Sharp v. Autorité des marchés financiers.
The Supreme Court of Canada dismisses 10 leaves to appeal.
Regarding the mootness of the underlying claim in this case (municipal) chickens ought not to be counted until after they’ve (juridically) hatched.
The SCC is releasing its decision in Sharp v. Autorité des marchés financiers on Friday, Nov. 17. At issue is the jurisdiction of a Quebec financial tribunal over a pump and dump scheme operated by B.C. residents.
The Supreme Court of Canada releases a decision in R. v. Greater Sudbury (City).
The Supreme Court of Canada grants 2 and dismisses 11 leaves to appeal,