Category Archives: Municipal Law

Municipal Government Board Rules on Development Impacts to the G8 Legacy Wildlife Underpass in the Bow Valley

By: Shaun Fluker PDF Version: Municipal Government Board Rules on Development Impacts to the G8 Legacy Wildlife Underpass in the Bow Valley Case Commented On: Town of Canmore v M.D. of Bighorn No. 8, 2017 ABMGB 10 Say again? The Municipal … Continue reading

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Lost and Found? – The Captive Audience Doctrine Returns in Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform v The City of Grande Prairie (City)

By: Ola Malik PDF Version: Lost and Found? – The Captive Audience Doctrine Returns in Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform v The City of Grande Prairie (City) Case Commented On: Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform v The City of Grande Prairie … Continue reading

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No Offence, But I Hate You: American Freedom Defence Initiative v Edmonton (City)

By: Ola Malik, Jeff Watson and Holly Wong  PDF Version: No Offence, But I Hate You: American Freedom Defence Initiative v Edmonton (City) Case Commented On: American Freedom Defence Initiative v Edmonton (City), 2016 ABQB 555 (Can LII ) Our Canadian … Continue reading

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Community Consultation Is “Not Mere Window Dressing” in Development Permit Applications

By: Nickie Nikolaou PDF Version: Community Consultation Is “Not Mere Window Dressing” in Development Permit Applications Case Commented On: Thomas v Edmonton (City), 2016 ABCA 57 (CanLII) Disputes between developers of new residential properties and landowners, especially in the context of … Continue reading

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Shades of Grey in the Ride-Sharing World

By: Theresa Yurkewich PDF Version: Shades of Grey in the Ride-Sharing World The past few months have seen a hubbub of debate surrounding Uber, the taxi industry, and whether ride-sharing services are presently incorporated under municipal bylaws, and if not, … Continue reading

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