R. v. Mabior (C.L.), [2012] EXP 3544

JurisdictionFederal Jurisdiction (Canada)
CourtSupreme Court (Canada)
JudgeMcLachlin, C.J.C., LeBel, Deschamps, Fish, Abella, Rothstein, Cromwell, Moldaver and Karakatsanis, JJ.
Citation[2012] EXP 3544,434 NR 341,[2012] 2 SCR 584,[2012] ACS no 47,2012 SCC 47,96 CR (6th) 1,[2012] SCJ No 47 (QL),268 CRR (2d) 39,284 Man R (2d) 114,EYB 2012-212075,[2012] 11 WWR 213,103 WCB (2d) 905,[2012] N.R. TBEd. OC.005,290 CCC (3d) 32,JE 2012-1903
Date05 October 2012
Subject MatterCRIMINAL LAW,CIVIL RIGHTS
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1 practice notes
  • Sparks v. Nova Scotia (Assistance Appeal Board), 2017 NSCA 82
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal of Nova Scotia (Canada)
    • November 8, 2017
    ...Charter challenge, we should nonetheless interpret ambiguous legislation in a manner that best reflects its values. See R. v. Mabior, [2012] SCC 47 at ¶ 22 and 45. While the appellant and intervenors have highlighted several Charter values at play in this appeal, I will refer to only one, n......
1 cases
  • Sparks v. Nova Scotia (Assistance Appeal Board), 2017 NSCA 82
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal of Nova Scotia (Canada)
    • November 8, 2017
    ...Charter challenge, we should nonetheless interpret ambiguous legislation in a manner that best reflects its values. See R. v. Mabior, [2012] SCC 47 at ¶ 22 and 45. While the appellant and intervenors have highlighted several Charter values at play in this appeal, I will refer to only one, n......

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