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  • Richard v. Manuel et al, 2019 NBQB 79

    [1]           This is a summary judgment motion brought by one of the Defendants in this matter, Brett Michael Gorman, asking that he be relieved of any further involvement in this action.  Giving effect to his request would be to dispose of his alleged liability by way of a summary judgment granted in his favour. At this point only the pleadings have been filed by the parties.

  • AYANGMA v. UNIVERSITÉ DE MONCTON, CAMPUS DE MONCTON, 2019 NBCA 22-19-CA

    [1]                                   Noël Ayangma has appealed two decisions – both dated February 13, 2019 – issued by a judge of the Court of Queen’s Bench in two separate matters. The first concerns an action Mr. Ayangma commenced against the Université de Moncton (U de M), and the second an application for judicial review in the matter of a grievance, naming as respondents both the U de M...

  • Her Majesty the Queen in Right of the Province of New Brunswick, as represented by the Attorney General for the Province of New Brunswick v. New Brunswick Council of Nursing Home Unions (CUPE) et al., 2019 NBCA 33

    [1]                                   The appeal is allowed with reasons to follow. A stay of proceedings of the New Brunswick Labour and Employment Board’s decision dated December 7, 2018 (the “NBLEB Decision”), and subsequent Order dated March 6, 2019, is granted pending disposition of the Application for Judicial Review of the NBLEB Decision filed by the Appellant in the Judicial District of...

  • Logan v. R., 2019 NBCA 34

    [1]                                               A judge of the Provincial Court convicted Kevin Logan of accessing child pornography, which behaviour is proscribed by s. 163.1(4.1)(a) of the Criminal Code. For this offence, Mr. Logan was sentenced to the minimum term of imprisonment of one year. The offence stems from the police seizure of three devices owned or possessed by Mr. Logan. Expert...

  • SOPREMA INC. c. ÉRIC MARTIN et BES CONSULTING INC., 2019 NBBR 72

    [1]            Soprema Inc. a déposé un Avis de poursuite visant la récupération de sommes considérables que s’est négocié et/ou approprié Éric Martin auprès de clients et fournisseurs de Soprema.  Soprema allègue le délit de corruption, bris d’obligation fiduciaire, bris d’obligation de loyauté et de bonne foi et de détournement de bien.

  • Thompson et al v 508686 NB Inc. et al, 2019 NBQB 71

    [1] This is a motion by the plaintiffs, Stephen Thompson and George Thompson, to amend their Statement of Claim pursuant to Rule 27.10 of the Rules of Court. They propose adding Westco Construction Ltd. and James Weston, personally, as defendants. The defendants to the action as it now stands are 508686 NB Inc., Russell Daigle and Modern Electric Ltd. None of these defendants appeared or opposed...

  • R. v. Justin MacDonald, 2019 NBPC 7

    [1] The Defendant is charged with possession of lobster in a closed lobster fishing area (LFA) contrary to s. 57(1)(b) of the Atlantic Fishery Regulations under the federal Fisheries Act.  The specific charge is:       

  • R. v. Christopher Ward, 2019 NBQB 68

    [1]           The accused, by his guilty pleas, stands before the court for sentencing on the following charges filed in an Indictment August 10th, 2018:

  • BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT BANK OF CANADA c. MONCTON PROFESSIONAL CENTRE INC., 2019 NBBR 66
  • Brewer v Donovan, 2019 NBQB 67

    [1] This is a request to extend the appeal period of a decision of a Reviewing Officer regarding a lawyer's account under section 91(1) of the Law Society Act, S.N.B. 1996, c. 89.

  • THOMPSON v. MEYER and MCKENNA, 2019 NBQB 65

    [1]       In this motion the plaintiff seeks an order that the issues of liability and damages in her claim against the defendant physicians be severed and that the issue of liability be tried first.  The defendants oppose the motion.

  • Hariz c. 692599 NB Ltd., 2019 NBBR 51

    [1]           Le demandeur sollicite une ordonnance en recouvrement de la possession d’un véhicule à moteur de marque Hyundai Sonata 2007 (le véhicule). Les défendeurs soutiennent qu’ils avaient une sûreté valable sur le véhicule qui leur permettait de le saisir et de le vendre. Ils forment aussi une demande reconventionnelle pour le solde d’une dette qui reste impayée après déduction du produit...

  • Hariz v. 692599 NB Ltd., 2019 NBQB 51

    [1]       The Claimant seeks an order to recover possession of a 2007 Hyundai Sonata motor vehicle ("the vehicle").  The Defendants argue they had a valid security interest in the vehicle which entitled them to seize and sell it.  The Defendants also counterclaim for the balance of a debt owing after deducting the net proceeds of the sale of the vehicle.  At issue is whether a financing

  • Browne v. Robertson, 2019 NBCA 35

    [1]                                               On July 23, 2015, James Browne filed a Notice of Appeal seeking to have a decision of the Court of Queen’s Bench dated June 26, 2015, overturned. On his Notice of Appeal, Mr. Brown indicated his address, phone number and email address.

  • Estate of Margaret Joan Steeves, 2019 NBQB 48

    [1]     This is an application to pass accounts in the estate of Margaret Joan Steeves (“Mrs. Steeves” or “Joan”).

  • Her Majesty the Queen v. Rothmans Inc. et al., 2019 NBQB 44
  • Sa Majesté la Reine c. Rothmans Inc. et al., 2019 NBBR 44
  • E.M.S. v. J.J.S., 2019 NBQB 43
  • SIDDALL JEWELLERY CO. LTD & SIDDALL LAZER TEC ENGRAVING LTD. v. ANGUS-MILLER LTD & STEVENS, WILSON & LOCKERBIE INC. & JOHN STEVENS, 2019 NBQB 42
  • MINISTER OF FAMILIES AND CHILDREN v. A.G., 2019 NBQB 39
  • MINISTRE DES FAMILLES ET DES ENFANTS c. A.G., 2019 NBBR 39
  • T.M.R. c. S.M.S., 2019 NBBR 40

    [1]           Les parties sont père et mère d’un enfant à charge majeur qui ne vit plus à la maison, mais qui habite la même agglomération urbaine et y poursuit ses études universitaires. Le père souhaite obtenir, par la présente motion, que le mode de soutien financier de leur fils soit modifié.

  • T.M. R. v S.M.S, 2019 NBQB 40

    [1]       The parties are the parents of a financially dependant adult son who is living and attending university away from home, but in the same community as his home. The father brings this Motion seeking to change the way the son is financially supported.

  • Johnstone v. Johnstone Estate, 2019 NBQB 37

    [1] On June 8, 2017, Deborah Johnstone sought an order from this Court for Wynn W. Meldrum, Executor of the Estate of Donald Lindsey Johnstone, to pass account pursuant to Rule 3.08(2) of the Probate Rules. She further sought an order for the transfer to herself of all issued and outstanding shares in Birchbark Holdings Limited as ordered by this Court on November 9, 2016.

  • The Province of New Brunswick v. Grant Thornton LLP, et al, 2019 NBQB 36

    [1] By Notice of Action with Statement of Claim attached, the plaintiff, the Province of New Brunswick (“the Province”), has sued the defendants, Grant Thornton LLP, Kent M. Ostridge (“hereinafter referred to collectively as “LLP”) and Grant Thornton International Ltd. (“GTIL”) for what it alleges was negligence.

  • R. v. Diblawe, 2019 NBCA 22

    [1]                                       The appeal is allowed, the acquital is set aside and a new trial is ordered. Reasons for decision will follow.

  • Takri v. R., 2019 NBCA 20

    [1]                                       Serge Takri a subi un procès sur un chef de voies de fait (art. 266 du Code criminel) devant une juge de la Cour provinciale et a été déclaré coupable. Il interjette appel de sa déclaration de culpabilité.

  • Kelly v Registrar of Motor Vehicles, 2019 NBQB 35

    [1] On 17 January 2019 Andrew R.D. Kelly filed a Notice of Application wherein the respondent is the Registrar of Motor Vehicles. Counsel for the Registrar appeared. Mr. Kelly's application included a request for an abridgment of time and an order that the revocation of, and suspension of, the applicant's driving privilege, effected as a result of the applicant's conviction for an offence under...

  • Vail v. R., 2019 NBCA 18

    [1]                                       A Provincial Court judge found Kenneth Leslie Vail guilty of indictable theft and fraud exceeding five thousand dollars (ss. 334(a) and 380(1)(a) of the Criminal Code). The theft conviction was judicially stayed. The trial judge sentenced Mr. Vail on the fraud charge to six months’ custody and restitution in the amount of $6,937.32. Mr. Vail appeals his...

  • Goyetche et al. v. International Union of Operating Engineers et al., 2019 NBCA 16

    [1]                                       On August 4, 2005, Smurfit-Stone Container Canada Inc. closed its pulp mill in Bathurst, New Brunswick and, as a result, the appellants, all of whom were mill employees, lost their jobs. Smurfit-Stone informed the appellants and their Local Unions that the closure was permanent. Each employee subsequently received the benefits, including severance pay and

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