In June 2020, the Ontario Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs Appeals Tribunal released its decision in UFCW v MedReleaf Phase 2. This decision focused on a constitutional challenge regarding the right to strike under the Agricultural Employees Protection Act, 2002 (AEPA)
This article addresses two significant misunderstandings, or perhaps a single larger misunderstanding, about the nature and scope of damages for breach of contract evident in the majority and concurring minority opinions in CM Callow Inc v Zollinger.
Les autorités jurisprudentielles et doctrinales sont probablement les deux aides auxquelles les tribunaux font le plus fréquemment appel pour les éclairer sur le contexte dans lequel s’inscrit un problème interprétatif particulier.
This article critically analyzes the role of the Divisional Court in Ontario’s justice system, and ultimately proposes that the Divisional Court be eliminated, or at least have its jurisdiction significantly constrained.