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Comeau is a Casualty of Confused Doctrine

Comeau is a Casualty of Confused Doctrine

Posted by  on 02-05-2018
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The Supreme Court delivered a bizarre decision last week in R.v. Comeau. By way of background, Comeau concerned the interpretation of s. Read More

Canon to the Right of Them, Canon to the Left of Them, Canon in Front of Them

Canon to the Right of Them, Canon to the Left of Them, Canon in Front of Them

Posted by  on 14-04-2018
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The Ontario Court of Appeal’s recent decision in Schnarr v. Blue Mountain is significant for two reasons. First, it provides much needed clarification to the law of occupiers’ liability, and to waivers of liability in particular. Read More

Getting Back to the Basics of Judicial Review

Getting Back to the Basics of Judicial Review

Posted by  on 24-12-2017
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One could scarcely find an area of law so muddied as administrative law. Read More

A Wise Decision in Retrospect

A Wise Decision in Retrospect

Posted by  on 15-10-2017
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Cobb v. Long Estate, 2017 ONCA 717 (CanLII) The Ontario Court of Appeal handed down two seminal decisions last month. In the companion cases, Cobb v. Long Estate and El-Khodr v. Read More