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Gagnon v. Bell Mobility inc. in Word format.

The Cancellation fee clause in the fixed-term contract between Bell Mobility inc. and its customers who received a discount on the purchase price of a mobile phone is abusive as it claims post-cancellation profits from resiliating customers; the class action judgment ordering Bell Mobility to pay nearly $1 M is upheld


Rogers Communications, s.e.n.c. (Rogers Sans-fil, s.e.n.c.) v. Brière in Word format.

At trial, Rogers was ordered to reimburse approximately $16.8 M to its customers who paid cancellation fees because they resiliated their fixed-term contracts before these contracts expired; its appeal from this class action is unsuccessful


R v. Gaulin in Word format.

Contrary to the offence under s. 255(3) Cr. C., under which the legislator requires proof of the causal link between the impaired driving and the death of a third party, in this case, the connection is between (1) the accused and the cause of the accident and (2) the accident and the death of a person


Neumann v. Collège des médecins du Québec in Word format.

Pending final judgment on his originating application for judicial review and declaratory judgment, the plaintiff has obtained a stay of the February 23, 2017, decision of the Comité exécutif du Collège des médecins ordering him to successfully perform an ambulatory pediatrics internship of 40 days or until objectives are met and limiting his practice to only what is required for the internship


Catania v. R. in Word format.

A Court of Quebec judge sitting “without jury” under s. 552 Cr.C. constitutes a “Superior Court”; consequently, the applicable presumptive ceiling to determine whether the accused in this case were tried within a reasonable time is 30 months


L.L. v. R. in Word format.

Convicted to 4 years’ imprisonment for indecent assault, sexual assault, and incest committed against his sister over 30 years ago, the accused failed in his appeal from the verdict and sentence imposed

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