Our lawyers regularly write papers and make presentations.
You can find some of the recent ones here.
Administrative Law in 2017 Part II – Two Additional Cases
In addition to the cases noted in my annual paper, the following very recent decisions also deserve comment: 1. Garneau Community League v. Edmonton (City)—Capilano (Round Two) 2. Barreau du Québec v. Quebec (Attorney General)Read More
From Coast To Coast: The Year In Review In Administrative Law 2017
The past year has once again provided a number of interesting administrative law decisions which highlight the complexities encountered in judicial reviews and appeals. Cases involving standards of review and jurisdiction have been particularly plentiful, while a number of cases dealing with standing, procedural fairness, and the Charter are also worthy of note. TABLE OF CONTENTS I. INTRODUCTION […]Read More
Administrative Law in 2016 Part II – An Additional Case
In addition to the cases noted in Part I of my annual paper, the following very recent decision by the Supreme Court of Canada also deserves comment. Edmonton (City) v. Edmonton East (Capilano) Shopping Centres Limited 2016 SCC 47 On 4 November 2016, a sharply divided five-to-four Supreme Court of Canada issued its decision in Edmonton (City) v. […]Read More