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- Superior Court of Justice of Ontario (60597)
- Supreme Court of British Columbia (52332)
- Federal Court (36436)
- Supreme Court of Canada (26006)
- Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta (25235)
- Ontario Court of Appeal (21841)
- Court of Queen's Bench for Saskatchewan (17266)
- Court of Appeal of British Columbia (16688)
- Supreme Court of Nova Scotia (14958)
- Court of Queen's Bench of New Brunswick (12785)
- R. v. Chung, 2020 SCC 8
 Mr. Chung was acquitted of dangerous driving causing death under s. 249(4)  of the Criminal Code, R.S.C. 1985, c. C-46 (“Code ”). At trial and on appeal, there was no question that Mr. Chung drove in an objectively dangerous manner and committed the actus reus of the charged offence. However, the trial judge had a reasonable doubt about whether Mr. Chung had the requisite guilty mind or mens rea (2018 BCPC 133, 29 M.V.R. (7th) 122). On appeal, the sole issue was whether the trial judge committed an error of law in finding that Mr. Chung lacked the requisite mens rea (2019 BCCA 206, 55 C.R. (7th) 459). The British Columbia Court of Appeal found such an error of law. Reading the trial judgment fully and fairly, I conclude that there was an error of law and that this appeal must be dismissed.
- R v Khalon, 2020 ABCA 124
- R v Newborn, 2020 ABCA 120
- R v Upright, 2020 ABCA 122
- LaMorre v. Kershaw, 2020 NSSC 108
- Edmonton (Police Service) v Deluca, 2020 ABCA 123
- Jansz v. Canada (Citizenship and Immigration), 2020 FC 440
 This is an application for judicial review of a decision made on November 7, 2018 by the Refugee Appeal Division [RAD] of the Immigration and Refugee Board [IRB] in which it found that the Applicant, Carmen Mildred Jansz, a citizen of Sri Lanka, was not a Convention refugee nor a person in need of protection [Decision].
- Ahmar v. Canada, 2020 FCA 65
 Alaowddin Ahmar appeals from a decision of the Tax Court rendered orally on December 5, 2018, in Court File No. 2016-4994 (GST) G that found him personally liable for the HST tax debt of a company called Strong Forming Inc. In finding him personally liable, the Tax Court held that Mr. Ahmar had failed to exercise the degree of care, diligence and skill required to prevent the failure to remit that would be exercised by a reasonably prudent person in comparable circumstances.
- R. v. Tayo Tompouba, 2020 BCSC 308
- R. v. White, 2020 NSCA 33