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Cliffs denied easement over Canada Chrome mining claims *

Canada - September 19 2013
Cliffs Natural Resources Inc. ("Cliffs") lost its application for an easement over a series of mining claims held by Canada Chrome Corporation…

Co-authors: Kimberly E. Potter .


Supreme Court of Canada grants leave to appeal in Keewatin *

Canada - September 19 2013
On September 19, 2013, the Supreme Court of Canada granted Grassy Narrows First Nation leave to appeal the Keewatin v. Ontario (Ministry of Natural…

Co-authors: Andrew M. Baerg .


Ontario Superior Court upholds the rule of law in railway blockade *

Canada - January 16 2013
On January 5, 2013, the Ontario Superior Court granted an interim injunction prohibiting any interference with the main railway line of Canadian…


Leave to appeal granted in the solid gold case *

Canada - September 6 2012
On September 4, 2012, the Ontario Superior Court granted leave to appeal an interim injunction obtained by a First Nation against an exploration company in Ontario, Solid Gold Resources Corp.

Co-authors: Tracy A. Pratt.


Ontario Superior Court upholds the rule of law in Brantford blockades *

Canada - November 25 2010
On November 19, 2010, the Ontario Superior Court granted the City of Brantford an interlocutory injunction prohibiting any interference or obstruction with development projects in the City.

Co-authors: Tracy A. Pratt.


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