Prevented from being able to practice: Ontario Court allowed an appeal from a decision of the registration committee of the Ontario Association of Architects granting the appellant a license but refusing to reinstate his certificate of practice

Administrative law – Decisions reviewed – Association of Architects – Judicial review – Procedural requirements and fairness – Natural justice – Appeals – Architects – Reporting requirements Sbrissa v. Ontario Association of Architects, [2021] O.J. No. 1510, 2021 ONSC 2087, Ontario Superior Court of Justice, March 23, 2021, C.T. Hackland, M.A. Penny and L.G. Favreau ...

Court upholds revocation of physician’s licence after repeated care and conduct concerns over a lengthy period of time

16. March 2021 0
Administrative law – Decisions reviewed – College of Physicians and Surgeons – Judicial review – Standard of review – Correctness – Professions – Physicians and surgeons – Billing matters – Disciplinary proceedings – Professional misconduct or conduct unbecoming – Penalties Hanson v. College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario, [2021] O.J. No. 336, 2021 ONSC ...

Court dismisses taxi companies judicial review concerning decisions of the BC Passenger Transportation Board regarding ride sharing approvals of Uber and Lyft

16. March 2021 0
Administrative law – Decisions reviewed – Passenger Transportation Board – Judicial review – Standard of review – Patent unreasonableness – Permits and licences – Compliance with legislation Yellow Cab Co. v. Passenger Transportation Board, [2021] B.C.J. No. 89, 2021 BCSC 86, British Columbia Supreme Court, January 20, 2021, S. Wilkinson J. The petitioners consisted of ...

A police officer on probation was not properly appointed under the governing legislation and therefore not protected when terminated during probation

15. December 2020 0
Administrative law – Legislation – Legislative intent – Statutory interpretation – Judicial review – Appeals – Standard of review – Professions – Police officers Caron v. Grand Falls (Town), [2020] N.B.J. No. 212, 2020 NBCA 60, New Brunswick Court of Appeal, September 17, 2020, J.C.M. Richard C.J.N.B. and K.A. Quigg and B.L. Baird JJ.A. The ...

Civil Resolution Tribunal’s decision to limit the involvement of lawyers was considered unreasonable by the BC Court of Appeal

15. September 2020 0
Administrative law – Decisions reviewed – Civil Resolution Tribunal – Judicial review – Appeals – Legislative compliance – Standard of review – Reasonableness – Condominiums – Strata corporations – Jurisdiction of court Strata Plan NW 2575 v. Booth, [2020] B.C.J. No. 865, 2020 BCCA 153, British Columbia Court of Appeal, May 28, 2020, M.V. Newbury, ...

The issuance of a building permit was unreasonable because the drawings were not made in compliance with the Architects Act

15. September 2020 0
Administrative law – Decisions reviewed – Municipal Board – Rules and by-laws – Building permits – Judicial review – Legislative compliance – Public interest – Standard of review – Reasonableness – Engineers and architects Architectural Institute of British Columbia v. Langford (City), [2020] B.C.J. No. 886, 2020 BCSC 801, British Columbia Supreme Court, May 29, ...

The decision of an examining board failed to clearly consider the applicant’s health concerns following a failed assessment

Administrative law – Decisions reviewed – Dental Board Association and College – Failure to provide reasons – Judicial review – Standard of review – Reasonableness – Dentist – Training requirements Mattar v. National Dental Examining Board of Canada, [2020] O.J. No. 779, 2020 ONSC 403, Ontario Superior Court of Justice, February 24, 2020, C.D. Aitken, ...

Application to appeal granted after an applicant raises significant questions of law potentially engaging Vavilov

Administrative law – Decisions reviewed – Police Review Board – Judicial review – Appeals – Standard of review – Reasonableness – Police – Professional misconduct or conduct unbecoming Moffat v. Edmonton (City) Police Service, [2020] A.J. No. 271, 2020 ABCA 80, Alberta Court of Appeal, February 27, 2020, M.G. Crighton J.A. The applicant was a ...

Court dismisses an application concerning the condition of a residence on the basis that the application was out of time and the orders within the discretion of the respondent

18. February 2020 0
Administrative law – Decisions reviewed – Public Health Appeal Board – Judicial review – Limitations – Standard of review – Reasonableness – Charter of Rights and Freedoms – Human rights complaints – Jurisdiction Peter v. Public Health Appeal Board of Alberta, [2019] A.J. No. 1761, 2019 ABQB 989, Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench, December 20, ...