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- Canadian drugmakers hit with $1.1-billion suit over opioid crisis
A proposed class action filed Wednesday accuses almost two dozen companies of enriching themselves at the expense of vulnerable patients.
- Forcing reporter to give RCMP info on ‘dead’ terror suspect ‘unreasonable,’ Vice tells Ontario court
The argument from Vice Media played out in Superior Court despite a Supreme Court of Canada ruling in November that Vice journalist Ben Makuch must tu
- Ontario court upholds stay order against 3 tobacco companies
The companies have said they had no choice but to seek the stay so they could continue to operate as they try to negotiate a global settlement with al
- Federal government wants Supreme Court to reconsider 15-day cap on prisoner isolation
Ottawa also wants last month's ruling by the Ontario Court of Appeal - slated to take effect Friday - to be put on hold in the interim.
- Ottawa ordered to pay $20M for putting mentally ill inmates in solitary confinement
The judge says the $20 million sum will go to "additional mental health or program resources" in the penal system as well as legal fees.
- Creditor protection given to JTI-Macdonald suspends order to pay billions to Quebec smokers
JTI-Macdonald was among three companies that lost in the Quebec Court of Appeal March 1.
- Edmonton-based AutoCanada sues former CEO over dealerships acquisitions
The Edmonton-based dealership group has launched a legal suit against company founder and former CEO Patrick Priestner over his private acquisition of
- Justices spar with Ford government lawyers over cancellation of basic income pilot
Legal panel reserves decision after one-day hearing by Lindsay-area participants challenging Ford government’s decision to end anti-poverty experime
- Vice Media makes last-ditch attempt to keep reporter's materials from RCMP
The application to Ontario Superior Court hinges on indications that the accused is in fact dead.
- Blind juror in Toronto impaired driving case was almost rejected
The fact blind jurors are so rare in Ontario underscores that much more needs to be done to remove the barriers to equal treatment in the criminal jus
- Civil liberties group asks Ontario’s top court for changes to solitary confinement rules
The group says the federal government only introduced legislation that deals with solitary confinement last month, knowing it wouldn't pass in time to
- ‘Seemingly insatiable appetite to kill’: Dellen Millard’s three murders call for three consecutive life sentences, Crown says
If prosecutor Jill Cameron gets her request, Millard would be 102 years old when eligible to apply for parole from prison
- Ontario judge won’t rule if brain dead means legally dead in case of Orthodox Jewish man
The decision by Ontario Superior Court Justice Glenn Hainey that the case had become moot upset relatives of Shalom Ouanounou.
- Panel decides Ontario judge who took Lakehead University job broke rules but shouldn’t lose his job
A panel of the Canadian Judicial Council decided the conduct was not serious enough to warrant Justice Patrick Smith's removal from the bench.
- Class suit urged by Canadians with mental disabilities over loss of government services at age 18
The unproven lawsuit seeks $110 million in damages along with a declaration the government has failed adults assessed as eligible for government help
- Judge dismisses Faith Goldy’s lawsuit against Bell Media over campaign ad
In his written decision, Justice Peter Cavanagh says Faith Goldy's complaint should be addressed to the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunicatio
- Ontario judge fights disciplinary body’s ruling that could remove him from bench
Superior Court Justice Patrick Smith has filed an application in Federal Court seeking a stay of the decision from the Canadian Judicial Council that
- Sears Canada’s court monitor opposes priority of assets be given to pensioners over other creditors
FTI Consulting argues in a Sept. 7 filing to Ontario Superior Court that the pension proposal should be dismissed due to legislation and case law.
- Ontario Superior Court struggling as judicial appointments go unfilled
Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould appointed six new judges in Ontario’s Superior Court last week, but more vacancies remain and the number is cl
- Judge lifts veil of secrecy in pastor’s paternity case
Martin Kofi Danso requested a publication ban after a congregant alleged he fathered her child.