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  • R. v. Salomonie, 2020 NUCA 1
  • R. v. Komak, 2020 NUCJ 12
  • R. v. Evic, 2020 NUCJ 7
  • R. v. Akpalialuk, 2020 NUCJ 8
  • R. v. Akpalialuk, 2020 NUCJ 15
  • R. v. Evic, 2020 NSCJ 16
  • R. v. Shamee, 2020 NUCJ 9
  • R. v. A.B., 2019 NUCJ 14

    [1]       The accused young person was charged with using a firearm to rob two different victims on September 25 and October 4, 2018 at the City of Iqaluit contrary to s. 344 (1)(a.1) of the Criminal Code, RSC 1985, c C-46 [Criminal Code]. He is also charged with pointing a firearm on both dates contrary to s. 87(2) of the Criminal Code. With respect to the September 25 incident, he is also...

  • R. v. Meeko, 2019 NUCA 6
  • R. v. G.N., 2019 NUCA 5
  • R. v. X.Y., 2019 NUCJ 11
  • JD1H1 et. al. v Budden, 2019 NUCA 4
  • R. v. Nungusuituq, 2019 NUCJ 6

    [1]       Iqadluk Nungusuituq pleaded guilty to one count of intentionally discharging a firearm while being reckless as to the life or safety of other persons contrary to s. 244.2(1)(b) Criminal Code, RSC 1985, c C-46 [Criminal Code].  The Indictment names three complainants, however, it is important to note that the incident on February 18, 2017, lasted approximately 20 minutes and affected a...

  • R. v. Irngaut, 2019 NUCJ 4

    [1]       This case deals with the interim prohibition ban on harvesting caribou on Baffin Island, which came into effect on 01 January 2015. In August of 2015 this moratorium was replaced by a ‘modest harvest’ quota system.

  • R. v. Kowtak, 2019 NUCJ 3

    [1]       Verna Kowtak appeals the sentence rendered by a Rankin Inlet community Justice of the Peace on September 11, 2017. Ms. Kowtak pleaded guilty to an assault upon her 15-year-old daughter, Nadia, contrary to s. 266 of the Criminal Code, RSC 1985, c C-46 [Criminal Code] and received a suspended sentence, nine months’ probation, and a $100.00 victim fine surcharge.   

  • R v Oqutaq, 2019 NUCA 1
  • R. v. Maclean, 2019 NUCJ 2

    [1]       The offender, Dustin Maclean, was charged with damaging a snow machine with a baseball bat in Rankin Inlet.[1]  The incident happened on March 2, 2018.  Mr. Maclean pleaded not guilty on May 8, 2018, and the Court scheduled his trial first in September and then on November 8, 2018.  On November 8th, he changed his plea from not guilty to guilty.  The Court then heard from the lawyers...

  • R. v. Omik, 2019 NUCJ 1

    [1]       Mr. Brian Omik is charged with two counts of pointing a firearm contrary to Criminal Code, RSC 1985, c C-46 [Criminal Code], s. 87, two counts of threatening to use a firearm in the commission of an assault against a police officer contrary to s. 270.01(1), one count of careless storage of a firearm contrary to s. 86(1), and one count of assault contrary to s. 266 that was stayed before

  • R. v. Omik, 2019 NUCJ 1(1)

    [1]       Mr. Brian Omik is charged with two counts of pointing a firearm contrary to Criminal Code, RSC 1985, c C-46 [Criminal Code], s. 87, two counts of threatening to use a firearm in the commission of an assault against a police officer contrary to s. 270.01(1), one count of careless storage of a firearm contrary to s. 86(1), and one count of assault contrary to s. 266 that was stayed before

  • R. v. Tugak, 2018 NUCJ 37

    [1]       Mr. Tommy Tugak has a number of pending criminal charges before the Court.  He is currently in custody and unrepresented, having dismissed his lawyer and advising the Court that he wishes to represent himself and does not want to retain different counsel.

  • R. v. Koonoo, 2018 NUCJ 38

    [1]       Ms. Lila Koonoo has pleaded guilty to impaired driving causing death contrary to Criminal Code, RSC 1985, c C-46, s. 255(3) [Criminal Code].  She is in court today to be sentenced.

  • R. v. Oqallak, 2018 NUCJ 35

    [1]       Mr. Sheldon Oqallak is before the court to be sentenced on a charge of discharging a firearm while reckless as to the life or safety of another person contrary to s. 244.2(1)(b) of the Criminal Code, RSC 1985, c C-46 [Criminal Code], arising from an incident on June 14, 2017. 

  • R. v. Dejaeger, 2018 NUCA 6

    [1]      The appellant, Mr Dejaeger, appealed his conviction on 24 counts arising from the sexual abuse of Inuit children and adolescents and one adult woman, all of which occurred while he was a priest at the Roman Catholic mission in Igloolik between 1976 and 1982. The offences include three counts of unlawful sexual intercourse, 10 counts of indecent assault on a...

  • R. v. Dejaeger, 2018 NUCA 7

    [1]       Mr. Dejaeger has appealed from the imposition of a 19 year global sentence, less 8 years for pre-trial credit, in relation to 32 convictions arising from sexual abuse he perpetrated on Inuit children, adolescents and one adult woman, while he was a priest at the Roman Catholic mission in the small community of Igloolik, Nunavut between 1976 and 1982, as...

  • A.B. v. C.D., 2018 NUCJ 33

    [1]       On August 20, 2018, a woman named “A.B.” applied for a peace bond against a man named “C.D.” A.B. filled out a form at the Nunavut Justice Centre, and a court clerk issued a summons for C.D. to appear on September 10, 2018.

  • R. v. Irkootee, 2018 NUCJ 32

    [1]       The accused, Mr. Sigurdson Irkootee, entered a guilty plea to one count of trafficking in a firearm between June 1 and June 29, 2016, contrary to s. 99 of the Criminal Code, RSC 1985, c C-46 [Criminal Code].

  • R. v. Nuqingaq, 2018 NUCJ 30

    [1]       The accused applied for an adjournment of a preliminary inquiry scheduled to take place on Wednesday, October 3, 2018, in Iqaluit. The request is opposed by the Crown. I heard argument on Monday, October 1, 2018, and reserved until today, October 2, 2018, to consider the arguments and read the case law relied on by both Counsel.

  • Fontaine v. Canada (Attorney General), 2018 NUCJ 29

    [1]       The Indian Residential School Settlement Agreement [1] (“IRSSA”) attempts to provide a fair, comprehensive and lasting resolution of claims arising out of the existence and operation of Indian Residential Schools. In order to be considered an Indian Residential School for the purposes of the IRSSA, an institution must fit the definition provided in...

  • R. v. Ammaq, 2018 NUCJ 27

    [1]       This matter proceeded as a judge alone trial.

  • R. v. Ammaq, 2018 NUCJ 28

    [1]       Christine Ammaq has been found guilty of break, enter and theft with respect to an occurrence at the Manning residence on July 7 and 8, 2017. Her image was captured on closed circuit cameras and she was easily identified by the home owner, Geneva Chislett, and Officer Josephee Baines who know her. The circumstances of the offence have been fully addressed

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