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In Canada v. Fairmont Hotels Inc., the Supreme Court of Canada narrows the scope of the doctrine of rectification
The Ontario court held in R. v. Simpson that racial profiling by customs agents may constitute a Charter violation
Ontario Court of Appeal holds that an accused’s statement should not have been admitted because there had been a change in jeopardy warranting another consultation with counsel
This post provides an overview of the principles of ownership of minerals in western Canadian law. Topics covered include private ownership, Crown ownership, Indigenous ownership, and title.
Ontario Court of Appeal upholds authorization to intercept private communications as valid
Ontario Court of Appeal holds that Gladue factors are applicable to bail hearings
The British Columbia Supreme Court discusses how to interpret "survive ... by five days" in the Wills, Estates and Succession Act.
Alberta Court of Appeal holds maintenance records for breathalyzer instruments are “third party” disclosure and defence counsel will rarely be able to obtain their production because they are not “likely relevant”
This edition of the Emerging Issues Bulletin discusses the changing face of drug trafficking in Canada
No unreasonable search where gun found in plain view during investigative detention
Accused's confession was voluntary where there was no nexus between the decision to confess and an "inducement" made by police