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 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.
American-based title insurers do not practice law or provide legal opinions when drawing up, registering and discharging refinanced mortgages held the Quebec Court of Appeal.
Canada Revenue Agency has been ordered to pay nearly $5 million in damages to two well-known Montreal businessmen after conducting a tax investigation into an offshore investment vehicle they held.
The Quebec government has been ordered to provide lifetime benefits based on the salary a 25-year old man was earning while working under the table before he was struck by a bullet and became invalid.
Sexual assault convictions do not, in itself, justify the dismissal of an employee because of constitutional protections against discrimination based on criminal records, held two recent but separate decisions by the Quebec administrative labour tribunal.