Three police officers and the City of Montreal were ordered to pay $115,000 in damages following a wrongful arrest.
A proposed climate change class action suit by a Montreal environment group against the federal government was denied certification, the latest in a series of climate change litigation cases that have been thwarted.
The Quebec Court of Appeal served a timely reminder over the importance of linguistic rights after it ordered a new trial for a convicted drug trafficker whose right to be tried in English was violated.
Police officers who demand drivers to provide breath samples must have an approved screening device with them to be able to immediately conduct the test, ruled a full bench of the Quebec Court of Appeal, upending its own previous guidance that allowed delays depending on the circumstances.
Quebec Appeal Court provides guidance for notaries over duty to inform.
A Montreal teen found who plead guilty of to cyber theft discovered the long reach of section 487.05 of the Criminal Code.
A lower court ruling that struck down a provincial ban on homegrown cannabis was overturned by the Quebec Court of Appeal after it held that the province was acting within its jurisdiction.
The contract is king, especially when it involves sophisticated commercial parties who freely negotiated a non-consumer contract, ruled the SCC.
A rental board adjudicator who was threatened to be fired by the Quebec government has been awarded $426,000 in damages after the Quebec Court of Appeal held that he was unjustly forced to resign.
A divided Quebec Appeal Court may have opened the door towards a positive obligation to carry a mobile phone when doing physical outdoor activities as a precaution against foreseeable risk.
Students who were paid less than casual and regular workers by an aluminum smelter even though they performed equivalent work were discriminated against on the basis of social condition, held the Quebec Court of Appeal.