Monthly Archives: February 2009
What is sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander (and other, more mixed, metaphors): and a prediction as to the role of power and influence on law-making in the province.
Cases Considered: ATCO Midstream Ltd. v. Alberta (Energy Resources Conservation Board), 2009 ABCA 41. PDF Version: What is sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander (and other, more mixed, metaphors): and a prediction as to the role of … Continue reading
Cases Considered: Bear Hills Charitable Foundation v. Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission 2008 ABQB 766; East Prairie Métis Settlement v. Alberta (Métis Settlements Ombudsman) 2009 ABQB 31. PDF Version: Don’t you forget about me: Remembering the rest of administrative law … Continue reading
PDF Version: R. v. Syncrude Canada: The Case of The 500 Dead Ducks Alberta Environment and Environment Canada have laid charges against Syncrude Canada in relation to the toxic substances in its Aurora Mines tailing pond that resulted in the … Continue reading
By: Jennifer Koshan and Jonnette Watson Hamilton PDF Version: The End of Law: A New Framework for Analyzing Section 15(1) Charter Challenges Case Commented On: Ermineskin Indian Band and Nation v Canada, 2009 SCC 9 After the Supreme Court of … Continue reading
The Crown has neither the power nor the duty to invest Indian monies: The use of legislation to limit trust duties
Cases Considered: Ermineskin Indian Band and Nation v. Canada, 2009 SCC 9. PDF Version: The Crown has neither the power nor the duty to invest Indian monies: The use of legislation to limit trust duties The “money management” part of … Continue reading