Sparks v. Nova Scotia (Assistance Appeal Board), 2017 NSCA 82

Docket NumberCA 454879
JudgeMacDonald, C.J.N.S; Saunders and Van den Eynden, JJ.A.
CourtCourt of Appeal of Nova Scotia (Canada)
Case DateNovember 08, 2017
JurisdictionNova Scotia
Citations2017 NSCA 82
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6 practice notes
  • R. v. Hoyes, 2021 NSCA 33
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal of Nova Scotia (Canada)
    • April 12, 2021
    ...refused [1995] S.C.C.A. No. 426; SPCA Montérégie v. Langelier, 2017 QCCA 606; Sparks v. Nova Scotia (Assistance Appeal Board), 2017 NSCA 82; Martell v. Halifax (Regional Municipality), 2015 NSCA 101; R. v. Raponi, 2004 SCC 50; R. v. Backhouse (2005), 194 C.C.C. (3d) 1 (Ont. C.A.);......
  • E.M.Y. v. Nova Scotia (Community Services), 2020 NSCA 46
    • Canada
    • Nova Scotia Court of Appeal of Nova Scotia (Canada)
    • June 10, 2020
    ...of statutory interpretation apply equally to the interpretation of regulations (see Sparks v. Nova Scotia (Assistance Appeal Board), 2017 NSCA 82 at paras. 24-28). This Court said in [24]     The Supreme Court of Canada has reminded us time and time again that we are to ......
  • Waye v. Nova Scotia (Chief Firearms Officer), 2018 NSCA 89
    • Canada
    • Nova Scotia Court of Appeal of Nova Scotia (Canada)
    • November 20, 2018
    ...of the reviewing judge” in order to assess the merits of Officer Parkin’s decision. See Sparks v. Nova Scotia (Assistance Appeal Board), 2017 NSCA 82, ¶ Standard of Review [10] Mr. Waye says that Officer Parkin exceeded his jurisdiction by engaging in a needs assessment when his need was ex......
  • Intact Insurance Company v. Baxter Trucking Ltd., 2018 NSSC 23
    • Canada
    • Nova Scotia Supreme Court of Nova Scotia (Canada)
    • February 5, 2018
    ...the issue requires the court to consider the principles of statutory interpretation. In Sparks v. Nova Scotia (Assistance Appeal Board), 2017 NSCA 82 starting at para. 24, the court discusses the “modern approach” to statutory interpretation and the relevant principles of statutory interpre......
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6 cases
  • R. v. Hoyes, 2021 NSCA 33
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal of Nova Scotia (Canada)
    • April 12, 2021
    ...refused [1995] S.C.C.A. No. 426; SPCA Montérégie v. Langelier, 2017 QCCA 606; Sparks v. Nova Scotia (Assistance Appeal Board), 2017 NSCA 82; Martell v. Halifax (Regional Municipality), 2015 NSCA 101; R. v. Raponi, 2004 SCC 50; R. v. Backhouse (2005), 194 C.C.C. (3d) 1 (Ont. C.A.);......
  • E.M.Y. v. Nova Scotia (Community Services), 2020 NSCA 46
    • Canada
    • Nova Scotia Court of Appeal of Nova Scotia (Canada)
    • June 10, 2020
    ...of statutory interpretation apply equally to the interpretation of regulations (see Sparks v. Nova Scotia (Assistance Appeal Board), 2017 NSCA 82 at paras. 24-28). This Court said in [24]     The Supreme Court of Canada has reminded us time and time again that we are to ......
  • Waye v. Nova Scotia (Chief Firearms Officer), 2018 NSCA 89
    • Canada
    • Nova Scotia Court of Appeal of Nova Scotia (Canada)
    • November 20, 2018
    ...of the reviewing judge” in order to assess the merits of Officer Parkin’s decision. See Sparks v. Nova Scotia (Assistance Appeal Board), 2017 NSCA 82, ¶ Standard of Review [10] Mr. Waye says that Officer Parkin exceeded his jurisdiction by engaging in a needs assessment when his need was ex......
  • Intact Insurance Company v. Baxter Trucking Ltd., 2018 NSSC 23
    • Canada
    • Nova Scotia Supreme Court of Nova Scotia (Canada)
    • February 5, 2018
    ...the issue requires the court to consider the principles of statutory interpretation. In Sparks v. Nova Scotia (Assistance Appeal Board), 2017 NSCA 82 starting at para. 24, the court discusses the “modern approach” to statutory interpretation and the relevant principles of statutory interpre......
  • Request a trial to view additional results

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