The Quebec appeal court overturned a 45-day prison sentence issued against a Columbian mother and son who pleaded guilty to unlawful entry into Canada.
A mother of a three-year old child addicted to marijuana was denied shared custody after a Quebec court held that her cannabis consumption compromised her parental skills.
More than 40 per cent of Quebec lawyers suffer from psychological distress, with young lawyers with less than 10 years of experience more prone to experiencing mental health issues.
Telus became the third Canadian telecommunication giant ordered to pay clients who paid excessive cancellation fees.
The Quebec appeal court appears to have slightly broadened the kind of cases that may fall into the Mr. Big category.
Correctional officers do not have right to negotiate pension plans, rules Quebec appeal court.
Legal persons are entitled to protection against cruel or unusual treatment or punishment within the meaning of s. 12 of the Charter, ruled the Quebec appeal court.
A ruling by the Quebec Administrative Labour Tribunal that held that litigation privilege does not apply before a quasi-judicial tribunal was overturned by the Quebec Court of Appeal.
The Quebec Court of Appeal held that the province’s consumer protection law does not apply to the sale of prescription drugs.
A lawsuit by the Quebec and Montreal Bars to compel the Quebec government to implement measures to ensure the legal equivalence of the French and English-language versions of Quebec statutes was quietly settled out of court.
A day after Quebec premier-elect François Legault suggested he would be ready to invoke the Constitution’s notwithstanding clause to override the Charter of Rights and Freedoms to ban religious symbols for civil servants, the Quebec Court of Appeal court ruled that a provincial court judge erred when she denied a hearing to a woman wearing a hijab.