On Monday, the federal government announced its first-ever food policy for Canada, which will support community projects and provide additional funding to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency.
As of Monday, June 17, brand owners filing trademark applications will be paying more, as the amended Trade-marks Act and the new Trademarks Regulations come into force.
A class action lawsuit for sexual abuse against a religious organization in Quebec and an institution that it ran may proceed, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled today.
The Canadian government’s charge of fraud and corruption against SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. over its former business dealings in Libya may go to trial, a Quebec provincial judge ruled on Wednesday.
The Supreme Court of Canada has ordered a new trial on unlawful act manslaughter for an Ontario man charged in Alberta in the death of a woman who bled to death in a hotel bathtub.
The Supreme Court of Canada will hear three criminal appeals this week, in its last week of hearings until the Court resumes in September.
On Thursday the Supreme Court of Canada posted a photo to its Twitter page showing the high court judges surrounding Justice Clément Gascon leaving the Supreme Court’s courtroom for the last time.
Persons accused of provincial offences in British Columbia have a right to be tried in the official language of their choice, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled today in a decision that will allow a francophone to be tried in French after he was charged under B.C.’s Motor Vehicle Act.
The Supreme Court of Canada will hear four appeals this week, three civil and one criminal.
Superior courts in Canada have jurisdiction in habeas corpus applications where immigration detainees have endured lengthy and indeterminate detentions, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled today in an appeal by the Ministry of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness.