Denike v. Dalhousie University, 2018 NSSC 111

Docket NumberHfx No. 459464
JudgeHonourable Justice M. Heather Robertson
CourtSupreme Court of Nova Scotia (Canada)
Case DateMay 09, 2018
JurisdictionNova Scotia
Citations2018 NSSC 111
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6 practice notes
  • Table of cases
    • Canada
    • Irwin Books Information and Privacy Law in Canada
    • June 25, 2020
    ...Inc, 2017 QCCS 4154 ............................................................. 133 Table of Cases 503 Denike v Dalhousie University, 2018 NSSC 111 ................................................ 159 Dickie v Nova Scotia (Department of Health), 1999 NSCA 62 .......................... 213......
  • Access to Information in the Public Sector
    • Canada
    • Irwin Books Information and Privacy Law in Canada
    • June 25, 2020
    ...city, 104 City of Ottawa , above note 90 at para 37. 105 Ibid at para 38. 106 Ibid at paras 39–41. 107 Denike v Dalhousie University , 2018 NSSC 111 at para 44. 108 Ibid at para 45. INFORMATION AND PRIVACY LAW IN CANADA 160 even though its main intent and most of its content were personal. ......
  • Transport Training Centres of Canada Ltd. v. Nova Scotia Department of Labour and Advanced Education,
    • Canada
    • Supreme Court of Nova Scotia (Canada)
    • June 16, 2021
    ...the Nova Scotia caselaw suggests that the reasoning applies to the Nova Scotia Act as well. In Denike v. Dalhousie University, 2018 NSSC 111, the appellant, who had brought a complaint against her ex-partner under a university harassment policy, filed a FOIPOP request for e-mails and corres......
  • Raymond v. Halifax Regional Municipality,
    • Canada
    • Supreme Court of Nova Scotia (Canada)
    • March 8, 2022
    ...or initiated a document or correspondence?" [emphasis added] [59]      In Denike v. Dalhousie University, 2018 NSSC 111, the Court again considered solicitor-client privilege in the context of a FOIPOP application.  The applicant sought numerous documents ......
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2 cases
  • Transport Training Centres of Canada Ltd. v. Nova Scotia Department of Labour and Advanced Education,
    • Canada
    • Supreme Court of Nova Scotia (Canada)
    • June 16, 2021
    ...the Nova Scotia caselaw suggests that the reasoning applies to the Nova Scotia Act as well. In Denike v. Dalhousie University, 2018 NSSC 111, the appellant, who had brought a complaint against her ex-partner under a university harassment policy, filed a FOIPOP request for e-mails and corres......
  • Raymond v. Halifax Regional Municipality,
    • Canada
    • Supreme Court of Nova Scotia (Canada)
    • March 8, 2022
    ...or initiated a document or correspondence?" [emphasis added] [59]      In Denike v. Dalhousie University, 2018 NSSC 111, the Court again considered solicitor-client privilege in the context of a FOIPOP application.  The applicant sought numerous documents ......
2 books & journal articles
  • Table of cases
    • Canada
    • Irwin Books Information and Privacy Law in Canada
    • June 25, 2020
    ...Inc, 2017 QCCS 4154 ............................................................. 133 Table of Cases 503 Denike v Dalhousie University, 2018 NSSC 111 ................................................ 159 Dickie v Nova Scotia (Department of Health), 1999 NSCA 62 .......................... 213......
  • Access to Information in the Public Sector
    • Canada
    • Irwin Books Information and Privacy Law in Canada
    • June 25, 2020
    ...city, 104 City of Ottawa , above note 90 at para 37. 105 Ibid at para 38. 106 Ibid at paras 39–41. 107 Denike v Dalhousie University , 2018 NSSC 111 at para 44. 108 Ibid at para 45. INFORMATION AND PRIVACY LAW IN CANADA 160 even though its main intent and most of its content were personal. ......

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