CIBA-Geigy Canada Ltd. v. Apotex Inc., (1991) 135 N.R. 76 (Motion)

JurisdictionFederal Jurisdiction (Canada)
CourtSupreme Court (Canada)
JudgeL'Heureux-Dubé, Gonthier and Iacobucci, JJ.
Citation(1991), 135 N.R. 76 (Motion),80 DLR (4th) 134,2 BLR (2d) 1,7 CBR (3d) 275,1991 CanLII 105 (SCC),[1991] 1 SCR 1059
Subject MatterPRACTICE
Date16 May 1991
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  • Lignes aériennes Canadien International Ltée c. Canada (Commission des droits de la personne) (C.A.F.),
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    ...Les appelantes ont droit à leurs dépens. 1 Rothmans, Benson & Hedges Inc. c. Canada (Procureur général), [1990] 1 C.F. 7 4 (1re inst.), aux p. 79 à 83; Rothmans, Benson & Hedges Inc. c. Canada (Procureur général), [1990] 1 C.F. 84 (1re inst.), ......
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  • LUHNING v. HNATYSHYN, 2021 SKQB 17
    • Canada
    • Court of Queen's Bench of Saskatchewan (Canada)
    • January 19, 2021
    ...55, 310 Sask R 158. The Chambers judge was not required to direct the respondent to the processes established in Rules 7‑1 or 7‑2. [17]                      ......
  • Lignes aériennes Canadien International Ltée c. Canada (Commission des droits de la personne) (C.A.F.),
    • Canada
    • Federal Court (Canada)
    • February 15, 2000
    ...Les appelantes ont droit à leurs dépens. 1 Rothmans, Benson & Hedges Inc. c. Canada (Procureur général), [1990] 1 C.F. 7 4 (1re inst.), aux p. 79 à 83; Rothmans, Benson & Hedges Inc. c. Canada (Procureur général), [1990] 1 C.F. 84 (1re inst.), ......
  • PCL Constructors v. Johnson Controls,
    • Canada
    • Superior Court of Justice of Ontario (Canada)
    • March 15, 2022
    ...what would happen if a step was missed or happened out of order. At para. 82, he stated that “nothing in the language of sections 4.1 or 7 of the FCA elevates any Defect Dispute pre-arbitration steps to the status of true conditions precedent to the jurisdiction of the arbitrator.&#x......
  • Logan v. Townsend, [1996] B.C.T.C. Uned. D76
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    • June 7, 1996
    ...was, and that it was most unlikely, if not virtually impossible, that plaintiff's counsel would have succeeded in obtaining 15 units for Item 1 or 7 units for Item 2. A brief glance of that bill indicates that there are some 10 to 15 units that might be legitimately deducted, which at Scale......
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1 books & journal articles
  • Dialogue in Practice: 2001-2016
    • Canada
    • Irwin Books The Supreme Court on Trial Beyond Judicial Activism
    • June 23, 2016
    ...into both judicial decisions and governmental responses to those decisions. Proportionality-based reasoning, whether conducted under sections 1 or 7 of the Charter , facilitates dialogue by basing judicial decisions on acceptance of most of the govern-ment’s objectives, but then requiring t......

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