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The Supreme Court of Canada releases a decision in R. v. J.J.
The Supreme Court of Canada dismisses 4 leaves to appeal.
The key question in this case was whether the physical injuries suffered by the Appellant were reasonably foreseeable as a result of letting minors leave the Respondents’ house, on foot, and at night.
The release of British Columbia (Attorney General) v. Council of Canadians with Disabilities, 2022 SCC 27 on June 23, 2022 marked the end of season 7. Our next season will begin in September. Before we get to the decision summary for last week’s decision and the preview of this week’s decisions, here’s a recap of season 7 which ran for nine months:
The Supreme Court of Canada grants 1 and dismisses 2 leaves to appeal.
The Supreme Court of Canada releases a decision in British Columbia (Attorney General) v. Council of Canadians with Disabilities.
The decision of the MBCA herein is significant because it provided an opportunity to comment on the meaning of Stadler #2.
On Thursday, June 23, 2022, the Supreme Court of Canada is releasing its decision in Attorney General of British Columbia v. Council of Canadians with Disabilities. At issue is the test for public interest standing.
The Supreme Court of Canada releases a decision in Canada (Attorney General) v. Collins Family Trust.
The Supreme Court of Canada dismisses 6 and remands 2 leaves to appeal.
This case is important because it clarifies the required content of a notice provided in accordance with the Municipalities Act
On Friday, June 17, 2022, the Supreme Court of Canada is releasing its decision in Collins Family Trust v. Canada (Attorney General). At issue is the availability of the equitable remedy of rescission to unwind transactions that gave rise to unintended tax consequences.
On December 7, 2021, the Supreme Court of Canada allowed the appeal, with reasons to follow in R. v. Goforth. Here’s a summary of those reasons.
The Supreme Court of Canada dismisses 1 leave to appeal.
This case addresses an interesting question in the law of contracts –when (and under what circumstances) does a contract continue after the expiration of the written agreement?
On December 2, 2021, the Supreme Court of Canada allowed B.J.T. v. J.D. with reasons to follow. Here’s a summary of those reasons.