A municipal bylaw banning outdoor advertising panels represents a minimal infringement on freedom of expression ruled the Quebec appeal court.
In a setback for the rail industry, Canadian railways will unlikely be able to strike confidential agreements to ship goods that excludes liability.
A special law that forced provincial government lawyers and notaries to put a halt to the longest strike by Canadian public servants has been ruled to be unconstitutional.
Ruling that struck down Quebec ban on homegrown cannabis may set the stage for yet another constitutional legal battle over the province’s proposed strict draft regulations on cannabis edibles.
A Quebec City couple allegedly behind a cryptocurrency start-up accused of fraudulently selling millions dollars worth of tokens agreed to relinquish the entire amounts raised from PlexCoin investors.
A landmark ruling that invalidated the “reasonably foreseeable” death clause on medical assisted dying may lay the groundwork for further legal challenges.
A Montreal man who was found guilty of manslaughter for killing his ailing wife in what he argued was a compassionate killing was denied parole.
A child in Quebec can legally only have two parents named in a birth certificate but that does not preclude a third person from parenting, ruled appeal court.
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.
Telus became the third Canadian telecommunication giant ordered to pay clients who paid excessive cancellation fees.