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- R v Pavlik, 2019 SKCA 107
- Saskatoon (City) v 101071855 Saskatchewan Ltd., 2019 SKCA 105
McCorriston v Hunter, 2019 SKCA 106
 Ensuring access to justice is the greatest challenge to the rule of law in Canada today. Trials have become increasingly expensive and protracted. Most Canadians cannot afford to sue when they are wronged or defend themselves when they are sued, and cannot afford to go to trial. Without an effective and accessible means of enforcing rights, the rule of law is threatened. Without public
- R v Wolff, 2019 SKCA 103
R v Chicoine, 2019 SKCA 104
 The Internet is an open door to knowledge, entertainment, communication — and exploitation.
- Kassian v Kassian, 2019 SKCA 101
- Hanson v Hanson, 2019 SKCA 102
- R v Smith, 2019 SKCA 100
- Elchuk v Gulansky, 2019 SKCA 108
R. v. Dorion, 2019 SKQB 266
 The right to be tried by a jury of one’s peers is one of the cornerstones of our criminal justice system. It is enshrined in two provisions of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms – the s. 11(d) right to a fair trial by an impartial tribunal and the s. 11(f) right to a trial by jury. Yet despite the importance of this right, this is the first time the Court has been called upon to...
- Rodway v Reardon, 2019 SKCA 99
Lapchuk v Saskatchewan, 2019 SKCA 98
 Litigants hope to have their legal issues resolved as equitably and expeditiously as possible by an authoritative adjudicator. Subject only to rights of review or appeal, they expect, in the interests of fairness, to be able to rely on the outcome as final and binding. What they do not expect is to have those same issues relitigated by a different adjudicator in a different forum at the...
- Reid v. Leader, 2019 SKPC 61
- Carry The Kettle First Nation v Gray-Bellegarde, 2019 SKQB 248
- BOHACHEWSKI ESTATE v. BOHACHEWSKI, 2019 SKQB 247
- 7-ELEVEN CANADA INC. v. BLS ASPHALT INC., 2019 SKQB 246
- Walker v Walker, 2019 SKCA 96
- R v Lemioer, 2019 SKCA 95
- Figley v Figley, 2019 SKCA 94
- R v Dustyhorn, 2019 SKCA 93
Alie-Kirkpatrick v Saskatoon (City), 2019 SKCA 92
 The plaintiffs in this action are Canadian farmers who borrowed money from the Farm Credit Corporation (hereinafter “F.C.C.”), subsequently fell into arrears on their payments, and were dissatisfied with the settlement options offered to them by the F.C.C. Although each plaintiff’s fact situation is different, they are generally alleging that they were treated unfairly and dealt with in an...
- Laliberte v R, 2019 SKQB 244
R v Cathcart, 2019 SKCA 90
 After a trial, Christopher Cathcart was convicted of two counts of unlawful confinement, contrary to s. 279(2) of the Criminal Code, two counts of attempted robbery, contrary to s. 344(1), and one count of breaching a bail undertaking, contrary to s. 145(3). He was acquitted on charges of dangerous driving and flight from police (R v Caisse (9 March 2018) Saskatoon, CRM 137/2018 (Sas
Frenchman Butte (Rural Municipality) v Husky Energy Inc., 2019 SKCA 91
 This appeal raises the question as to whether certain oil storage tanks and chemical storage tanks, owned by the respondent, Husky Energy Inc. [Husky], are subject to taxation pursuant to The Municipalities Act, SS 2005, c M-36.1 [Act].
- Brent Gedak Welding Ltd. v Maverick Oilfield Services Ltd., 2019 SKQB 243
- Deren v Saskpower, 2019 SKQB 242
- BIHARI v. BIHARI, 2019 SKQB 240
- R. v. Kleven, 2019 SKQB 238
- R. v. R.C., 2019 SKQB 241
- Business Development Bank of Canada v Beckerland Farms Inc., 2019 SKQB 239