R v Kolola, 2021 NUCA 11

JurisdictionNunavut
CourtNunavut Court of Appeal (Canada)
JudgeThe Honourable Justice Shannon Smallwood,The Honourable Justice Jolaine Antonio,The Honourable Justice Kevin Feehan
Citation2021 NUCA 11
Docket Number09-20-018-CAP
Date26 July 2021
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4 practice notes
  • R v Pauloosie,
    • Canada
    • Nunavut Court of Appeal (Canada)
    • May 3, 2022
    ...Additionally, the Crown referred the sentencing judge to R v Kolola, 2020 NUCJ 38, aff’d 2021 NUCA 11, where at para 67 the court stated that Ipeelie and Parr “better reflect the purpose, objectives, and principles of sentencing applicable in Nunavut post-Friesen and L.P. ......
  • R v Bunn,
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal (Manitoba)
    • January 1, 2022
    ...decision that has adopted Friesen in the consideration of sentencing for sexual assault involving adult victims.  In R v Kolola, 2021 NUCA 11, the accused appealed a sentence of 30 months’ imprisonment imposed for forcing sexual intercourse on a sleeping victim.  In dismiss......
  • R v Sandhu,
    • Canada
    • Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta (Canada)
    • May 6, 2022
    ...Section 718.04 was not in force on the date that Mr. Sandhu committed these offences.  In R v Kolola, 2021 NUCA 11, the Nunavut Court of Appeal declined to overturn a sentencing decision that applied s 718.04 to an offence that was committed prior to that section’s enactment.&#x......
  • R. v. Sugden,
    • Canada
    • Territorial Court of Yukon (Canada)
    • October 7, 2021
    ...objectives in this case are denunciation, deterrence, and rehabilitation. [15]        In R. v. Kolola, 2021 NUCA 11, the Court of Appeal reiterated the principle 30  Denunciation has long been a primary principle in sentencing for offences of sexual v......
1 cases
  • R. v. Sugden,
    • Canada
    • Territorial Court of Yukon (Canada)
    • October 7, 2021
    ...of sentencing, the important objectives in this case are denunciation, deterrence, and rehabilitation. [15]        In R. v. Kolola, 2021 NUCA 11, the Court of Appeal reiterated the principle 30  Denunciation has long been a primary principle in sentencing for offences of sexual violence. Th......

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