The Canadian Bar Association released a summary report this month which addresses the challenges to accessing the civil justice system in Canada and sets out targets that should be achieved by 2030.
This decision represents a victory for advocates of improved corporate social responsibility and greater accountability from Canadian corporations in relation to their foreign operations.
The court was also asked to dismiss the applications outright on the basis of how the applicants were funding their legal bills.
A number of migrant worker issues have been discussed in the media lately. However, there are different migrant worker programs in Canada, and these give rise to different legal and policy issues.
Given the scientific consensus that wind turbines are not dangerous to human health, it is time to shift focus to a real issue: fixing wind energy policy to increase community power in Canada.
Although federal public servants have always had a limited right to freedom of expression, certain employees have been subjected to increasingly strict policies which govern their behaviour.
A recent Supreme Court decision clarifies Canadian courts' discretion in granting standing to public interest groups to pursue litigation aimed at protecting the rights of vulnerable groups in Canada.
On January 8, 2013, Frog Lake First Nation and Mikisew Cree First Nation launched judicial review cases in the Federal Court to challenge the passage of omnibus budget bills Bill C-38 and Bill C-45.
There has been much discussion recently about conflict of interest rules, what is and isn't a conflict of interest, and whether there can be degrees of conflicts of interest.
The recent Supreme Court decision of R. v. Cole indicates that an employee's personal information, even if stored on computers owned by an employer, may attract a reasonable expectation of privacy.