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  • Heiser's Health and Fitness Ltd. v. Saskatchewan Government Insurance, 2019 SKQB 124

    [1] In September 2009, Chancey Heiser, the president of the plaintiff, Heiser's Health and Fitness Ltd., purchased a fitness facility in Yorkton, Saskatchewan. He then began initiating changes to the business and renovations to the building. However, while renovations were underway, two unfortunate events occurred.

  • Alie-Kirkpatrick v. City of Saskatoon, 2019 SKQB 121

    [1] The City of Saskatoon has obtained an order for possession of the house that Rita Alie-Kirkpatrick occupies. Ms. Alie-Kirkpatrick appeals from the decision granting that order.

  • Bank Of Nova Scotia v. Moore, 2019 SKQB 122

    [1] The Bank of Nova Scotia [Bank] seeks an order for disbursement of $47,378.48 that was paid into court pursuant to an Order Confirming Sale. The application represents the final stage in the Bank's enforcement of mortgage security granted to it by Mr. Moore. The security was a non-purchase money mortgage [Mortgage] registered against Mr. Moore's residential property. The Mortgage secured two...

  • Director Under the Seizure of Criminal Property Act, 2009 v. Olivares, 2019 SKQB 113

    [1] The Director under The Seizure of Criminal Property Act, 2009, [Director] applied under ss. 3, 7 and 10.7 of the The Seizure of Criminal Property Act, 2009, SS 2009, c S-46.002 [Act] for an order directing that $2,715 CAD [Cash] seized from Mr. John Edward Olivares, and currently held by the Saskatoon Police Service [SPS], be forfeited to Her Majesty the Queen in right of Saskatchewan [Crown].

  • Stecyk Estate v Teslak, 2019 SKQB 116

    [1] Joy Witwicki is the executrix of the estate of John William Stecyk. In this application, she applies for an order to receive five percent of the value of the estate as an appropriate executrix's fee. Her application is opposed by two of the major beneficiaries, sibling respondents, Billy Teslak and Theressa Solomon. They propose that reasonable compensation to Ms. Witwicki would be one...

  • Nickel v. Gerbrandt, 2019 SKQB 117

    [1] This is an application brought by Ms. Nickel for directions from this Court as to the pre-retirement death benefit held by Viterra Inc. regarding Mr. Herman Gerbrandt, deceased.

  • Dolter et al. v. Input Capital Corp., 2019 SKQB 118

    [1] The applicants carry on a commercial farming operation near Wolseley, Saskatchewan.

  • R. v. Ali, 2019 SKQB 111

    [1] The two accused herein, Joaquin Rosebluff and Ibrahim Ali, each stand charged with a single count of breaking and entering a dwelling house and committing robbery therein, contrary to s. 348(1)(b) of the Criminal Code, RSC 1985, c C-46.

  • Stephens v. Stephens, 2019 SKQB 114

    [1] John Blair Stephens [John] and Laurel Theresa Stephens [Laurel] were married in August 1990. They separated on June 15, 2016. John issued a petition on February 13, 2017.

  • R. v. Maurice, 2019 SKQB 112

    [1] The accused, Troy Maurice, was charged with carrying a weapon for a purpose dangerous to the public peace contrary to s. 88 of the Criminal Code, RSC 1985, c C-46. The trial of the matter was heard in Blaine Lake, Saskatchewan on August 22, 2017. The learned trial judge acquitted Mr. Maurice of the charge against him.

  • Kemp et al. v. Naber, 2019 SKQB 109

    [1] Counsel for the plaintiffs has filed a request for case management pursuant to Rule 4—5 of The Queen's Bench Rules. Reasons listed for justifying the request include that this is “a complex action with 35 Plaintiffs”, “it is anticipated that the parties will seek direction from the Court as to the format and procedure for Questioning”, and the “Plaintiffs anticipate additional preliminary and

  • Mann Homes Ltd. V. Arn, 2019 SKQB 110

    [1] This application presents a smorgasbord of civil procedure issues.

  • A.M.M. v. K.D.M., 2019 SKQB 105

    [1] The parties met online in April 2015. Within a few months they were engaged and the respondent was expecting. In August, the respondent moved into the petitioner's home in Humboldt, Saskatchewan. They married on October 2, 2015.

  • R. v. Codrea, 2019 SKQB 107

    [1] The accused is presently under indictment before this Court. He is charged that:

  • Emilie Schira v. Saskatchewan Government Insurance, 2019 SKQB 108

    [1] Emilie Schira appeals from decisions of Saskatchewan Government Insurance (“SGI”) in relation to income replacement benefits under the no-fault system, pursuant to The Automobile Accident Insurance Act, RSS 1978, c A-35 (“the AAIA”).

  • T.W. v. C.W., 2019 SKQB 104

    [1] The parties are the parents of two children, J., born March 21, 2004 and J.J. born January 2, 2007 [the children]. The children are 14 and 11. T. W. [T.] applies to vary a consent judgment made by agreement of the parties and issued in November 2018, just five months ago.

  • Holter v. Holter, 2019 SKQB 102

    [1] The applicants applied pursuant to s. 50.5 of The Administration of Estates Act, SS 1998, c A-4.1 [Act], seeking the Court's approval of the sale of two parcels of land owned by the estate of June Patricia Holter. The respondent Bonnie-Lynn Louise Holter [Bonnie] opposes the sale on her own behalf and on behalf of her children who are also beneficiaries, Luciano Pasquale Faugno [Luciano] and...

  • R. v. Lowdermilk, 2019 SKQB 103

    [1] The accused, Julie Lowdermilk, stands charged that she did, on or about the 19th of June, 2016 at or near the intersection of Highways #2 and #15, in the Rural Municipality of Wood Creeks, Saskatchewan, operate a motor vehicle in a manner dangerous to the public and thereby caused the death of Wesley Richard McMillan, contrary to s. 249(4) of the Criminal Code, RSC 1985, c C-46.

  • FIRST ABERDEEN PROPERTIES LTD. v LOBLAWS INC., 2019 SKQB 101

    [1]                   This matter concerns a dispute between a landlord, First Aberdeen Properties Ltd. [First Aberdeen], and its tenant, Loblaws Inc. [Loblaws]. First Aberdeen seeks a writ of possession respecting leased premises in Melville, Saskatchewan, property Loblaws uses as a grocery store. Loblaws responds asking the court to grant relief from forfeiture in the event the court finds that

  • Mckercher v. Stantec Architecture Ltd., 2019 SKQB 100

    [1] The plaintiff is a Saskatoon architect who was dismissed, without cause, from his employment in November 2017. He had worked for the employer for 11 years. In this action, the plaintiff seeks damages arising from his dismissal. By this particular application, he pursues a final remedy through summary judgment.

  • SIR v. SPCA PRINCE ALBERT, 2019 SKQB 96

    [1]                   The appellant brought an action in the Civil Division of the Provincial Court of Saskatchewan seeking damages from the respondent for not returning to her a dog she found on the Ahtahkakoop First Nation and brought with the respondent’s assistance to Prince Albert. 

  • SIEMENS v. BAKER et al., 2019 SKQB 99

    [1]                   Mr. Leonard Siemens [plaintiff] has an ongoing grievance with the Canada Revenue Agency [CRA], a grievance of such long duration, that when it began, CRA was known as the Department of National Revenue. The Department of National Revenue ceased to fulfil the functions now carried out by CRA in approximately 1999.

  • EVANS v. GENERAL MOTORS OF CANADA COMPANY AND GENERAL MOTORS LLC, 2019 SKQB 98

    [1]                   This proposed multi-jurisdictional class action relates to alleged defects in the cooling system of 2011 and newer models of the Chevrolet Cruze [Cruze]. The plaintiff says the defendants breached various common law and statutory duties in designing, manufacturing, marketing and selling the Cruze, thereby causing economic loss to the members of the proposed class. She claims

  • R. v. Anga, 2019 SKQB 97

    [1] John Edward Anga stands charged:

  • Fibabanka A.S. v. Huseyin Arslan, Mahmut Arslan, Hasan Arslan and Murad Al-Katib, 2019 SKQB 94

    [1] This judgment relates to applications made by the defendants in related actions brought against them by three separate plaintiffs. The defendants apply to strike the plaintiffs' claims on the basis that they are statute-barred by The Limitations Act, SS 2004, c L-16.1.

  • Marlis Slater v. Brent Slater, 2019 SKQB 93

    [1] This long-standing action now comes before the court on application by each of the parties. There is a family property judgment and a support order in place. The petitioner seeks an order allowing her to enforce the family property judgment against the corporations operated by the respondent.

  • Allison Jane Ward v. Jeffrey Craig Allison, 2019 SKQB 95

    [1] The issues for determination between the parties include division of family property, child support and spousal support.

  • Crombie Stebner v. The Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner, Saskatchewan, 2019 SKQB 91

    [1] Due to unforeseen circumstances these reasons have taken longer than hoped to deliver. My apologies to the parties and their counsel for the delay.

  • Yara Belle Plaine Inc. v. Ingersoll-Rand Company, Dresser-Rand Company, a New York Partnership, Dresser Rand Group, Inc., and Dresser-Rand Canada, 2019 SKQB 90

    [1] Ingersoll-Rand Corporation [IRC] is one of four defendant corporations named by Yara Belle Plaine Inc. [YBP] in a civil claim commenced in 2013 (QB No 1561 of 2013) [Overall Action]. IRC has applied for summary judgment dismissing YBP's claim against it. In support, IRC filed an affidavit that contains admissions excerpted from the discovery transcripts of co-defendants. These transcripts are

  • ENVIROGUN LTD. v. R., 2019 SKQB 89

    [1]                   This summary conviction appeal comes before me by an unusual route.

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