Federal Court Of Appeal upholds lower court’s decision that Transport Canada Delegate Authority did not breach duty of procedural fairness in cancelling transportation security clearance on basis of past criminal charges

17. September 2019 0
Self-represented individuals engaged in an administrative process must be given a fair and meaningful opportunity to respond, meaning they must be given all the necessary information to enable a reasonable person to participate in the process. That standard is not subjective. Whether one did not in fact properly use such an opportunity because one failed ...

BC Supreme Court overturns Privacy Commissioner decision that records containing the total legal costs of ongoing litigation were producible on the basis that the presumption of privilege had been rebutted

17. September 2019 0
A litigant’s records with respect to total legal costs amid ongoing litigation are presumptively privileged and not disclosable under section 56 of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, R.S.B.C. 1996. The presumption is rebuttable upon the party requesting the information showing that an assiduous inquirer could not deduce, infer, or otherwise acquire ...