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  • British Columbia (Attorney General) v. Provincial Court Judges’ Association of British Columbia, 2020 SCC 20

    [1]                              This appeal arises in litigation that implicates the relationship between two branches of the state. It requires this Court to balance several constitutional imperatives relating to the administration of justice and the separation of powers between the executive, legislative and judicial branches of the state: the financial dimension of judicial independence; the shared responsibility of the executive and legislature to make decisions about public money; and the public interest in ensuring the executive can conduct its internal business in confidence.

  • Nova Scotia (Attorney General) v. Judges of the Provincial Court and Family Court of Nova Scotia, 2020 SCC 21

    [1]                              This appeal, along with its companion appeal, British Columbia (Attorney General) v. Provincial Court Judges’ Association of British Columbia, 2020 SCC 20, requires that this Court balance several constitutional imperatives: the financial dimension of judicial independence, the shared responsibility of the executive and legislature to make decisions about public money, and the public interest in having the executive conduct its internal business in confidence.

  • Agbeja v. Canada (Citizenship and Immigration), 2020 FC 781

    [1]  The applicants are all members of a Nigerian family who seek refugee status in Canada under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act, SC 2001, c 27 (“IRPA”).

  • Chokheli v. Canada (Citizenship and Immigration), 2020 FC 800

    [1]  This is an application for judicial review of a decision made by the Refugee Protection Division (RPD) on June 13, 2019 in which it allowed the Respondent’s application under subsection 108(2) of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act, SC 2001, c 27 (IRPA) for cessation of the Applicant’s refugee status, the result of which was that the Applicant’s claim for protection was deemed rejected under subsection 108(3), and was so ordered by the RPD (Decision).

  • Asghar v. Office of the Independent Police Review Director, 2020 ONSC 4549
  • Bell Canada v. Hussey, 2020 FC 795

    [1]  On June 16, 2017, Bell Canada dismissed Amanda Hussey from her position as manager of one of their retail outlets, allegedly for cause.  Ms. Hussey brought a complaint of unjust dismissal against Bell under section 240 of the Canada Labour Code, RSC 1985, c L-2.  The complaint was referred to an Adjudicator appointed by the Minister of Labour.  The proceeding before the Adjudicator was bifurcated between the merits of the unjust dismissal complaint and remedy in the event that the complaint were upheld.

  • Canada v. 984274 Alberta Inc., 2020 FCA 125

    [1]  This is an appeal brought by Her Majesty the Queen (the Crown or the appellant) from a judgment of the Tax Court of Canada (2019 TCC 85), wherein Smith J. (the Tax Court judge) allowed the appeal brought by 984274 Alberta Inc. (the respondent or Alberta) and vacated an assessment issued by the Minister of National Revenue (the Minister) under the Income Tax Act, R.S.C. 1985, c. 1 (5th Supp.) (the Act) pertaining to the respondent’s 2003 taxation year.

  • Salt Canada Inc. v. Baker, 2020 FCA 127

    [1]  This is an appeal from the judgment of the Federal Court (per Boswell J): 2016 FC 830. The Federal Court dismissed an application brought by the appellant for an order directing the Commissioner of Patents to vary the records of the Patent Office to reflect it as owner of Canadian Patent No. 2,222,058.

  • Khokhar v. Aviva Insurant, 2020 ONSC 4528
  • Community Trust Company v. Natalie Theresa Anderson, 2020 ONSC 4565