The Applicant police officer appealed from the decision of the Saskatchewan Police Commission (the “Commission”) which found the Applicant guilty of discreditable conduct and imposed a disciplinary penalty. The court made an order in the nature of certiorari and set aside the decision of the Police Commission because the Commissioner failed to comply with the imperative procedural requirements of the Police Act.

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Administrative law – Judicial review – Procedural requirements – Statutory powers – Remedies – Certiorari – Police – Disciplinary proceedings – Privative clauses Selinger v. Saskatchewan (Police Commission), [2002] S.J. No. 95, Saskatchewan Court of Queen’s Bench, February 5, 2002, Kyle, J. The Commission made an order on May 22, 2001, dismissing the applicant’s appeal from the ...

A member of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario (the “College”) sought judicial review of the Registrar’s decision to amend a Notice of Hearing after the hearing commenced. The application was dismissed as it was premature since the discipline panel had not been given an opportunity to decide if it would hear the new charges.

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Administrative law – Judicial review – Questions of jurisdiction – Amendment of notice of hearing – College of Physicians and Surgeons – Disciplinary proceedings Henderson v. College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario, [2001] O.J. No. 5367, Ontario Superior Court of Justice, October 22, 2001, Then, J. A discipline panel of the College accepted jurisdiction over ...