Last December, the Supreme Court of Canada heard three appeals to consider the nature and scope of judicial review of administrative action and addressing the standards of review set out in Dunsmuir and subsequent cases. In anticipation of the Supreme Court’s decisions, this paper will not address standards of review.

Instead, this paper will consider the following other important administrative law issues: (a) availability of, and immunity from, judicial review; (b) standing; (c) procedural fairness; (d) constitutional and Charter issues; (e) remedies; and (f) a miscellany of other interesting issues.