Complainant in professional discipline matter lacked standing to judicially review merits of decision to dismiss complaint

19. November 2019 0
Administrative law – Decisions reviewed – College of Physicians and Surgeons – Complaints lacking merit – Judicial review – Appeals – Standing – Physicians and surgeons – Professional misconduct Makis v. College of Physicians and Surgeons of Alberta, [2019] A.J. No. 1229, 2019 ABCA 341, Alberta Court of Appeal, September 13, 2019, R. Khullar J.A. ...

The Applicant, the Government of Yukon, successfully sought judicial review of a decision of the Respondent, Licensed Practical Nurses Advisory Committee

Administrative law – Decisions of administrative tribunals – Licensed Practical Nurses – Nurses – Disciplinary proceedings – Competence – Complaints lacking merit – Judicial review – Compliance with legislation – Evidence – Burden of proof Yukon v. O.G., [2014] Y.J. No. 109, 2014 YKSC 52, Yukon Territory Supreme Court, October 24, 2014, C. Kenny J. ...

The appeal by an operator of a coal-fired electricity generator (“Milner”) from a decision of the Alberta Energy and Utilities Board (the “Board”) to refuse to investigate or hold a hearing arising from a complaint lodged by Milner was allowed where the complaint had arguable merit

28. September 2010 0
Administrative law – Decisions of administrative tribunals – Utility and Review Board – Rules and by-laws – Natural resources – Electricity – Loss of electricity – Line Loss Rule – Judicial review – Investigations – Compliance with legislation – Statutory interpretation – Complaints lacking merit – Definition Milner Power Inc. v. Alberta (Energy and Utilities ...