Canada (Transportation Safety Board) v. Carroll‑Byrne, 2022 SCC 48

JurisdictionFederal Jurisdiction (Canada)
JudgeWagner, Richard; Moldaver, Michael J.; Karakatsanis, Andromache; Côté, Suzanne; Brown, Russell; Rowe, Malcolm; Martin, Sheilah; Kasirer, Nicholas; Jamal, Mahmud
Docket Number39661
CourtSupreme Court (Canada)
Date25 November 2022
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6 practice notes
  • Tan v Alberta Veterinary Medical Association,
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal (Alberta)
    • December 16, 2022
    ...error of fact, or failure to act in a “judicial” manner: see also Canada (Transportation Safety Board) v Carroll-Byrne, 2022 SCC 48 at paras 41 (majority) and 162 (dissent), [2022] SCJ No 48 (QL). Keeping that deference in mind, therefore, the application to stay the fine and ......
  • Hobbs v. Canada (Privacy Commissioner),
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal (Newfoundland)
    • February 8, 2023
    ...No appearance       Authorities Cited:   CASES CITED: Canada (Transportation Safety Board) v. Carroll-Byrne, 2022 SCC 48; Trial Lawyers Association of British Columbia v. British Columbia (Attorney General), 2014 SCC 59, [2014] 3 S.C.R. 31; Healey v. Barrett, 2019 N......
  • Examinations 2023 ' The Evolution Of Appellate Law In The Post-Pandemic Era
    • Canada
    • Mondaq Canada
    • May 10, 2023
    ...appearances. In March 2022, Stephen Ronan and Rob Bell represented NAV Canada in Canada (Transportation Safety Board) v Carroll-Byrne, 2022 SCC 48, which related to the circumstances in which an on-board airplane recording can be released. Generally, on-board recordings, such as cockpit voi......
  • Grande Prairie (City) v Apotex Inc,
    • Canada
    • Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta (Canada)
    • February 10, 2023
    ...case is of particular significance to the public. However, Kasirer J in Canada (Transportation Safety Board) v Carroll-Byrne, 2022 SCC 48 at para 99 explained that “[t]he public interest in the administration of justice and a fair trial is not materially different......
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3 cases
  • Tan v Alberta Veterinary Medical Association,
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal (Alberta)
    • December 16, 2022
    ...error of fact, or failure to act in a “judicial” manner: see also Canada (Transportation Safety Board) v Carroll-Byrne, 2022 SCC 48 at paras 41 (majority) and 162 (dissent), [2022] SCJ No 48 (QL). Keeping that deference in mind, therefore, the application to stay the fine and ......
  • Hobbs v. Canada (Privacy Commissioner),
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal (Newfoundland)
    • February 8, 2023
    ...No appearance       Authorities Cited:   CASES CITED: Canada (Transportation Safety Board) v. Carroll-Byrne, 2022 SCC 48; Trial Lawyers Association of British Columbia v. British Columbia (Attorney General), 2014 SCC 59, [2014] 3 S.C.R. 31; Healey v. Barrett, 2019 N......
  • Grande Prairie (City) v Apotex Inc,
    • Canada
    • Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta (Canada)
    • February 10, 2023
    ...case is of particular significance to the public. However, Kasirer J in Canada (Transportation Safety Board) v Carroll-Byrne, 2022 SCC 48 at para 99 explained that “[t]he public interest in the administration of justice and a fair trial is not materially different......
3 firm's commentaries
  • Examinations 2023 ' The Evolution Of Appellate Law In The Post-Pandemic Era
    • Canada
    • Mondaq Canada
    • May 10, 2023
    ...appearances. In March 2022, Stephen Ronan and Rob Bell represented NAV Canada in Canada (Transportation Safety Board) v Carroll-Byrne, 2022 SCC 48, which related to the circumstances in which an on-board airplane recording can be released. Generally, on-board recordings, such as cockpit voi......
  • Litigation and Dispute Resolution in Canada: 2022 year in review and future trends
    • Canada
    • JD Supra Canada
    • January 26, 2023
    ...process and test for disclosure of Airplane black box in civil litigation in Canada (Transportation Safety Board) v. Carroll Byrne, 2022 SCC 486 • Litigation and Dispute Res olution in 1. R v. Nguyen, 2015 ONCA 278 at pars 16.Trend #3Settlement disclosure obligationsPartial settlement agree......
  • On-board Audio Recordings: Supreme Court Of Canada Rules They May Be Disclosed In A Lawsuit
    • Canada
    • Mondaq Canada
    • December 22, 2022
    ...to ship owners who do not have access to the VDR in subsequent litigation. In Canada (Transportation Safety Board) v. Carroll Byrne, 2022 SCC 48, the Supreme Court rendered a decision on Nov. 25, 2022, explaining in what circumstances an on-board recording can be In March 2015, an Air Canad......

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