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  • R. v. Mitchell, 2019 YKTC 51
  • R. v. Rowe, 2019 YKTC 47
  • R. v. Rowe, 2019 YKTC 45
  • R. v. Gaven, 2019 YKTC 44

    [1]            Reid Gaven is charged that on July 28, 2018 he failed to remain at the scene of an accident pursuant to s. 94(1)(a) of the Motor Vehicles Act, RSY 2002 c. 153, (the “Act”).  It is common ground that in the early morning hours of July 28, Mr. Gaven collided with an unattended parked truck in downtown Dawson City.  The truck that he was driving stalled.  He remained in and restarted...

  • R. v. Gaven, 2019 YKTC 46

    [1]            Reid Gaven is charged that on July 28, 2018 he failed or refused, without reasonable excuse, to comply with an approved screening device (“ASD”) demand contrary to s. 254(5) of the Criminal Code.

  • R. v. Schafer, 2019 YKTC 41

    [1]             Chris Schafer has applied, by Notice of Application filed May 1, 2019, to vary the terms of the s. 810.2 Recognizance he was placed upon by Ruddy J. on May 10, 2018, with written reasons set out in R. v. Schafer, 2018 YKTC 18 released May 23, 2018, appeal dismissed 2018 YKSC 52, leave to appeal granted 2019 YKCA 12.

  • R. v. C.S., 2019 YKTC 43

    [1]            C.S. has been charged with having committed the offence of sexual assault, contrary to s. 271 of the Criminal Code, as well as two offences under s. 137 of the Youth Criminal Justice Act (“YCJA”).  C.S. was 15 years of age at the time that the offences are alleged to have been committed.

  • R. v. Aguilera Jimenez, 2019 YKTC 42

    [1]             Dawson Aguilera Jimenez has entered a guilty plea to having committed an offence contrary to s. 5(2) of the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (“CDSA”).

  • R. v. R.W.R., 2019 YKTC 33

    [1]             R.W.R. was convicted after trial of having committed offences contrary to        ss. 271 and 266 of the Criminal Code.  He has also entered guilty pleas to having committed offences contrary to ss. 145(5.1), 145(3), 430(1)(a), and 129(a) of the Code.

  • R. v. Wabisca, 2019 YKTC 39

    [1]             Dylan Wabisca has been charged with having committed offences contrary to ss. 253(1)(a) and 254(5) of the Criminal Code.

  • R. v. Charlie, 2019 YKTC 32

    [1]             CHISHOLM C.J.T.C. (Oral):  Tanya Charlie has pleaded guilty to one count of dangerous driving causing bodily harm.  She committed this offence on June 26, 2017, however it appears that Ms. Charlie only became aware of the charge on August 2, 2018.  She elected to proceed in Territorial Court and pleaded guilty on October 17, 2018.

  • R. v. Bruce, 2019 YKTC 37

    [1]            DIGBY T.C.J. (Oral):   Shawn Lorne Bruce is charged that:

  • R. v. McCluskey, 2019 YKTC 20

    [1]             Mark McCluskey was convicted after trial of having committed two offences contrary to s. 255(2) and two offences contrary to s. 255(2.1) of the Criminal Code.  The charges arose out of an accident that occurred on January 20, 2017.

  • R. v. Pye, 2019 YKTC 21

    [1]             RUDDY J. (Oral):     Brayden Pye has entered a guilty plea to one count of touching a person under the age of 16 years for a sexual purpose contrary to s. 151(b) of the Criminal Code.

  • R. v. Davidson, 2019 YKTC 16

    [1]             Ruddy J. (Oral):  Robert Davidson has been charged with operating a motor vehicle while his ability to do so was impaired by alcohol and with refusing to provide a breath sample. 

  • R. v. McCluskey, 2019 YKTC 10

    [1]           Mark McCluskey has been charged with having committed offences contrary to ss. 255(2) and (2.1) of the Criminal Code.

  • R. v. M.J.H., 2019 YKTC 11

    [1]          M.J.H. was convicted after trial of the offence of break and enter and commit sexual assault contrary to s. 348(1)(b) of the Criminal Code (R. v. M.J.H., 2018 YKTC 45).  A conviction on the s. 271 offence of sexual assault was conditionally stayed pursuant to the principle in R. v. Kienapple, [1975] 1 S.C.R 729.

  • REGINA v. EDZERZA-MACNEILL, 2019 YKTC 3

    [1]           Settea Edzerza-MacNeill has been charged with having committed offences contrary to ss. 253(1)(a) and (b) of the Criminal Code. 

  • R. v. Fred, 2019 YKTC 17

    [1]            WALKER T.C.J. (Oral):   This is the Court’s decision in regards to what is now a single count matter, that is to say, a charge that Michelle Fred:

  • R. v. Patterson, 2019 YKTC 5

    [1]           CHISHOLM C.J. (Oral):  Derek Patterson faces charges of possessing stolen property and obtaining money through false pretences, contrary to s. 354(1)(a) and s. 362(1)(a), respectively, of the Criminal Code.  It is alleged that both the stolen property and the money obtained by false pretences are of a value of less than $5,000.  The offences are alleged to have occurred in...

  • R. v. Harry, 2019 YKTC 7

    [1]             Harold Harry is before me for trial on a single count of sexual assault, involving an incident of digital penetration.  While Mr. Harry has no specific recollection of the penetration, he does not dispute touching the complainant, C.S., in the vaginal area for a sexual purpose; however, he asserts that the touching was consensual.   A determination of whether the Crown has proven...

  • R. v. R.W.R., 2019 YKTC 6

    [1]             R.W.R. has been charged with having committed offences contrary to ss. 271 and 266 of the Criminal Code.  The date of the alleged offences is on or about April 12, 2017.

  • R. v. Keats, 2019 YKTC 12

    [1]          RUDDY J. (Oral):  Roger Keats is before me for sentencing in relation to an offence of sexual interference, contrary to s. 151 of the Criminal Code, to which he has entered a plea of guilty.

  • R. v. Pembleton, 2019 YKTC 15

    [1]            CHISHOLM C.J. (Oral):  Mr. Calvin Pembleton has entered guilty pleas to three offences.  Firstly, he has entered a plea to possession for the purpose of trafficking cocaine, contrary to s. 5(2) of the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act, S.C. 1996, c. 19 (“CDSA”).  Secondly, he has entered a guilty plea to having possessed a firearm knowing that he was not the holder of a licence...

  • R. v. Roberts, 2019 YKTC 2

    [1]             Karen Roberts has been charged with having committed offences contrary to ss. 253(1)(a) and (b) of the Criminal Code.

  • R. v. Fred, 2019 YKTC 34

    [1]            COZENS T.C.J. (Oral):  Michelle Fred has been charged with having committed offences contrary to ss. 253(1)(a) and (b) of the Criminal Code.  These allegations are based upon her having had care and control of a motor vehicle as opposed to operation of a motor vehicle.

  • R. v. Hare, 2019 YKTC 13

    [1]          RUDDY J. (Oral):  Philip Wayne Hare appears before me for sentencing in relation to three offences to which he has entered pleas of guilty.  Two are for driving while the concentration of alcohol in his blood exceeded the legal limit and one is for failing to appear.

  • R. v. Vaneltsi, 2019 YKTC 1

    [1]             Joey Vaneltsi pleaded guilty to the offence of assault causing bodily harm, contrary to section 267(b) of the Criminal Code (“Code”) and to one count of failing to keep the peace, contrary to s. 733.1 of the Code. 

  • R. v. Dion, 2019 YKTC 4

    [1]            Cozens J. (Oral):   David Dion stood trial for offences contrary to ss. 129(a), 264.1(1)(a), 430(4), and 733.1(1) times two.  I note that there is a third count that is a duplicate of Count 5, and that is Count 6 on the Information, and so the Crown is really only proceeding on Count 5.  Take note that in Count 5 "influene" should read "influence".

  • R. v. Enns, 2017 YKTC 70

    [1]             James Robert Enns has entered guilty pleas to having committed offences contrary to ss. 255(2), 253(1)(a) and 259(4) of the Criminal Code. 

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