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The Supreme Court of Canada dismisses 4 leaves to appeal.
The motions judge in this case found that the proceeding was frivolous, vexatious, and an abuse of process.
The Supreme Court of Canada grants 1 leave to appeal and dismissed 14.
Next time you complain for having to go back down to the basement because you forget something…think of this bird.
This case provides a helpful summary of the burden placed on interveners at the Court of Appeal stage.
The Supreme Court of Canada releases a decision in Reference re Greenhouse Gas Pollution Pricing Act.
The Supreme Court of Canada grants 2, dismisses 8 and remands 1 leave to appeal.
Did a delay in proceeding constitute a waiver of the breach of lease alleged herein, and was fresh notice required before re-taking possession?
On Thursday, the Supreme Court of Canada is releasing its highly anticipated decisions in the Carbon Tax appeals. At issue is the constitutionality of the Greenhouse Gas Pollution Pricing Act and whether it falls within the legislative authority of Parliament.
The Supreme Court of Canada dismisses 28 leaves to appeal.
The Court of Appeal finds no reviewable error in the Application Judge’s decision to refuse certiorari in this case.
The Supreme Court of Canada unveils their new Heraldic Emblems.
The Supreme Court of Canada releases a decision in R. v. R.V.
The Supreme Court of Canada grants 1 leave to appeal and dismisses 16.
The C.A. finds errors with the Trial Judge’s calculation, but concludes the post-verdict delay in this case was not unreasonable.
On Friday, March 12, 2021, the Supreme Court of Canada is releasing its decision in R v RV. This is a relatively quick decision, given that the appeal was only heard in November. At issue are inconsistent jury verdicts and what an appellate court should do to fix them.