Supreme Court of Canada

6 days ago
The Supreme Court of Canada has ordered a new trial in the case of a Quebec man suspected of drunk driving who was acquitted in a lower court ruling because he was left unsupervised for 20 minutes before he took a breathalyzer test.
6 days ago
The trial of two former London jail employees will go ahead, after the Supreme Court of Canada ruled it will not hear their appeal over delays in the case.
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6 days ago
The Supreme Court of Canada will not hear an appeal of a case involving two corrections workers in London. The guards at the Elgin Middlesex Detention Centre had charges against them stayed at a lower court. The case involves the beating death of Adam Kargus in October 2013.
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1 week ago
The Supreme Court of Canada says a Vice Media reporter must give Canada’s national police force material he gathered for stories about an accused terrorist
1 week ago
OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) — The Supreme Court of Canada says a Vice Media reporter must give Canada’s national police force material he gathered for stories about an accused terrorist. The case has pitted press freedoms against the investigative powers of police. The high court said in a 9-0 decision Friday the state’s interest in prosecuting […]
1 week ago
The Supreme Court of Canada says a reporter must give the RCMP material he gathered for stories about an accused terrorist.
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1 week ago
The Supreme Court of Canada will render its judgement Friday on whether a journalist’s communications with a self-described Canadian member of ISIS must be handed over to the RCMP.
3 weeks ago
The Supreme Court of Canada On Thursday agreed to hear the case of a woman who was arrested and ticketed back in 2009 for refusing to hold an escalator handrail at a subway station. Bela Kosoian was “taken by force” by a police officer who told her to respect a pictogram with instruction, “hold the handrail,”...
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3 weeks ago
Canadian crude prices are falling, but for oil producers that isn't a good thing. The industry has declared it a national emergency following record lows. Plus, the Supreme Court of Canada will hear the case of a Montreal woman who was arrested because she didn't hold an escalator handrail.
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3 weeks ago
The Supreme Court of Canada agreed on Thursday to hear a case of a woman arrested and ticketed for refusing to hold an escalator handrail at a subway station.
3 weeks ago
The Supreme Court of Canada agreed Thursday to hear the case of a woman who was ticketed and arrested after she refused instructions to hold onto an escalator handrail.
November 9th, 2018
The Supreme Court of Canada says the Constitution allows Ottawa and the provinces to set up a national securities regulator.
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November 9th, 2018
The Supreme Court of Canada says the Constitution allows Ottawa and the provinces to set up a national securities regulator.
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November 2nd, 2018
The waves of trouble at London's provincial jail have washed through local courtrooms, provincial tribunals, civil lawsuits, Ontario's highest court and the provincial legislature.
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November 2nd, 2018
The Supreme Court of Canada will not force Hydro-Québec to renegotiate a 65-year contract to buy low-cost electricity from the Churchill Falls power station in Labrador.
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November 1st, 2018
The Supreme Court of Canada will deliver a decision Friday in one of Canada's bitterest interprovincial feuds -- the notorious 1969 Churchill Falls hydro deal between Quebec and Newfoundland and Labrador.
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November 1st, 2018
The Supreme Court of Canada will not hear former NHL great Guy Lafleur's bid to seek damages stemming from an arrest several years ago.
October 27th, 2018
The Trudeau government has repeatedly indicated that it would implement UNDRIP into law without condition. So why then would Justice Minister Wilson-Raybould allow Justice Canada lawyers to appeal this case and argue against the duty to consult?
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October 26th, 2018
The Supreme Court of Canada says there are limits to when someone facing a drunk-driving charge can be given the maintenance log of a breathalyzer.
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October 25th, 2018
The Supreme Court of Canada has cleared the way for a class-action lawsuit against Air Canada and British Airways to proceed by dismissing an appeal by Canada's largest airline.
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October 25th, 2018
The Supreme Court of Canada has cleared the way for a class-action lawsuit against Air Canada and British Airways to proceed by dismissing an appeal by Canada's largest airline.
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October 25th, 2018
The Supreme Court of Canada says it will hear a case involving a man who sued the Ontario Provincial Police and claimed permanent injury after a struggle in Caledonia, Ont. in 2009.
October 25th, 2018
The Supreme Court of Canada has refused to hear the appeal of a Sikh man and woman who were prohibited from entering Quebec's legislature while wearing kirpans.
October 15th, 2018
With only days to go before recreational cannabis use becomes legal in Canada, Parliament Hill's own rules governing marijuana in the workplace are a confusing patchwork — or, in some instances, nonexistent.
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October 11th, 2018
Details of a murder trial that saw the sexual history of the victim, Cindy Gladue, presented to the jury — and her torn vaginal tissue entered as evidence — played out before the Supreme Court of Canada today as the justices heard arguments on whether her accused killer should face a new trial.
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October 11th, 2018
The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled Canada's lawmakers do not have a duty to consult with Indigenous Peoples before introducing legislation in Parliament that may affect Aboriginal and treaty rights, a decision that will be welcomed by the federal government, which argued such an obligation would be far too onerous.
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October 11th, 2018
The federal government does not have to consult Indigenous communities when drafting new legislation, the Supreme Court of Canada has ruled, dismissing the appeal of the Mikisew Cree First Nation.
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October 11th, 2018
The Supreme Court of Canada is expected to rule this morning on whether it will hear an appeal in the case of a Nova Scotia man accused of committing a Hells Angels-ordered killing 18 years ago.
October 10th, 2018
The Supreme Court of Canada will deliver a ruling Thursday on an issue that has become increasingly fraught: the Crown's constitutional duty to consult with Indigenous peoples. A decision in favour of the First Nation in question could have sweeping consequences for Canada's legislative process.
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