Case Law › New Brunswick
- Algee et al. v. The Architects’ Association of New Brunswick, 2019 NBCA 74
Skylink Express Ltd. v. Jonah, 2019 NBQB 236
 In this matter, the Defendant Skylink Express Ltd. has requested an appeal of a Small Claims matter by way of a New Hearing. The Defendant, Skylink Express Ltd. (Skylink) was renting a portion of a warehouse from the Plaintiff, Charles Jonah (Jonah).
- R. v. MOHAMED EL KORD, 2019 NBQB 237
R. v. Greene, 2019 NBQB 235
 A tragic fatal collision occurred on Route 776 on Grand Manan Island, New Brunswick in the early morning hours of New Year’s Day in 2018. Derek Patey was killed when his All-Terrain Vehicle (“the ATV”) was struck from behind by a Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck (“the truck”). The driver of the truck had left the scene by the time the collision was discovered.
- Russell et al. v. Northumberland Co-Operative Limited, 2019 NBCA 70
- LEBOUTHILLIER v. PAQUETTE, 2019 NBBR 219
- M.L.M-K. v. A.K., 2019 NBQB 221
- LEBOUTHILLIER v. SISCOE, 2019 NBBR 218
- Petrie v. R., 2019 NBCA 71
- CASTLE v. NB HOUSING CORPORATION, 2019 NBQB 213
- DURANT c. AVIATION A. AUTO INC., 2019 NBBR 214
- DURANT v. AVIATION A. AUTO INC., 2019 NBQB 214
- Ross v. Tourism, Heritage and Culture, 2019 NBQB 208
- D.G. v. M.G., 2019 NBCA 69
- Nagle v. R., 2019 NBQB 207
- DOIRON v. CORMIER, 2019 NBBR 197
- K.G.D. and R.W.D. v. M.K. and J.L.D., 2019 NBQB 205
- LeBlanc c. LeBlanc, 2019 NBBR 204
LeBlanc v. LeBlanc, 2019 NBQB 204
 The parties were divorced by Judgment dated January 26, 2018. The corollary relief related only to spousal support and was arrived at by way of “Minutes of Settlement” incorporated into the Divorce Order. By those Minutes the parties agreed:
- R. c. Fortin, 2019 NBBR 212
- LEVESQUE v. VITALITÉ HEALTH NETWORK (RESTIGOUCHE HEALTH AUTHORITY-RSS5), 2019 NBQB 200
- LEVESQUE v. RÉSEAU DE SANTÉ VITALITÉ (RÉGIE DE LA SANTÉ DU RESTIGOUCHE-RSS5), 2019 NBBR 200
M.M. v. THE MINISTER OF SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT, 2019 NBQB 196
 The Applicant M.M. (hereinafter the “grandmother”) requests that her application be heard at the same time or immediately after an application filed by the Minister of Social Development (hereinafter the “Minister”). In both proceedings, the custody of a child named K.J.L.J.-M. born on June 30, 2017 (hereinafter the “child K.”) is at stake; the grandmother wishes custody of the child...
- M.M. v. LA MINISTRE DU DÉVELOPPEMENT SOCIAL, 2019 NBBR 196
- TINGLEY v. LE PROCUREUR GÉNÉRAL DU CANADA, 2019 NBBR 179
- R. v. GREENE, 2019 NBQB 195
- TINGLEY v. THE ATTORNEY GENERAL OF CANADA, 2019 NBQB 179
Streatch v. R., 2019 NBCA 68
 The victim in this case left his apartment one morning and was making his way down a set of stairs in his building when he was confronted by another tenant, falsely accused of being excessively noisy, physically accosted, threatened at knifepoint with death, and then beaten severely. The appellant, Trevor Streatch, was arrested and charged almost...
R. v. Brown, 2019 NBCA 67
 The application for leave to appeal the decision of the Summary Conviction Appeal Court, reported at 2017 NBQB 188,  N.B.J. No. 284 (QL), is dismissed. In doing so, we join the Summary Conviction Appeal Court judge’s condemnation of any practice in the Provincial Court pursuant to which sentencing judges might unilaterally change an...
S.G. and E.S. v. Minister of Families and Children, 2019 NBCA 66
 Dans la présente affaire de tutelle, la juge saisie de la requête a reconnu, au moment de conclure ses motifs, que la mère (S.G.) [TRADUCTION] « aime sa fille et souhaite véritablement s’occuper d’elle ». Malheureusement, ainsi que la juge l’a aussi reconnu au procès, ce n’est pas toujours suffisant. Elle a ajouté que, [TRADUCTION] « lorsqu’il y a conflit...