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Case Summary: Municipal bylaws do not apply to activities authorized under permit issued under Mines Act because of exclusive provincial jurisdiction over “mines” and “mining activities”

Canada - March 16 2021 Municipal bylaws do not apply to activities authorized under permit issued under Mines Act because of exclusive provincial jurisdiction over “Mines”…

A Minister’s decision to enter into a contract on specific terms is not a “statutory power of decision” for the purposes of judicial review

Canada - November 10 2020 Independent Contractors and Business Association v. British Columbia (Transportation and Infrastructure), [2020] B.C.J. No. 1340, 2020 BCCA 243…

Ministry of Attorney General’s legal costs defending Cambie Surgeries Corporation v. British Columbia (Attorney General) action protected from disclosure by solicitor-client privilege

Canada - November 10 2020 British Columbia (Attorney General) v. Canadian Constitution Foundation, [2020] B.C.J. No. 1316, 2020 BCCA 238, British Columbia Court of Appeal…

Regulatory body can appoint administrator to provide oversight during investigation into police misconduct

Canada - September 19 2020 Regulatory body can appoint administrator to provide oversight during investigation into police misconduct.

Where a matter is remitted for reconsideration, statutory decision maker is presumed to give full weight to the decision of the reviewing court

Canada - September 15 2020 Where a matter is remitted for reconsideration, statutory decision maker is presumed to give full weight to the decision of the reviewing court…