Does the Human Rights Commission have to provide reasons when dismissing a complaint? When is it appropriate on judicial review for the court to
The appellant, Carol Ingram, brought an application for judicial review of a decision of the Appeal Division of the Social Security Tribunal denying
The defendant's summary judgment application for a dismissal of the plaintiff's action for one month of long term disability benefits, entitlement to
Appeal by recipient of disability support payments from a decision quashing an order of the Ontario Social Benefits Tribunal forgiving recovery of
The Court of Appeal allowed the appeal made by parents of a child with a disability, of a Chambers Judge's decision quashing an order of the Human
The plaintiff, who is a lawyer, purchased disability insurance in 1989 from a company which was assumed by the defendant. Once the plaintiff received
In reasons focusing on the need for deterrence, punitive damages awards of $1,500,000 and $3,000,000 were made against two insurers respectively. The
An insurer who provided long term disability benefits under a policy issued to the insured's former employer was entitled to rely on a release executed by the insured when she entered into a settlement with her former employer.
The applicant, the Canadian Human Rights Commission, applied for judicial review of a decision of the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal in which it dismissed a complaint filed by the complainant, William G.M. Shmuir, against the respondent, Carnival Cruise Lines for violating the Canadian Human Rights Act.
Aetna Life Insurance Co. of Canada ("Aetna") was unsuccessful in its application for an order dismissing Mr. Toor's claim for want of prosecution.