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Gosselin v. R. in Word format.

The appellant, who was convicted of violating s. 45(1)(c) of the Competition Act and ordered to pay a $15,000 fine following an investigation into the gas cartels between 2004 and 2006, failed to show that the trial judge committed errors justifying appellate intervention


Énergie éolienne des Moulins, s.e.c. v. Labranche in Word format.

According to Centrale des syndicats du Québec c. Allen (C.A., 2016-04-12), 2016 QCCA 621, SOQUIJ AZ-51276484, the trial judge will grant leave to appeal from a judgment authorizing a class action where that judgment appears, on its very face, to contain a determinative error in interpreting the conditions for bringing the class action or in assessing the facts related to those conditions, or where the Superior Court clearly lacked jurisdiction (art. 578 C.C.P.) 


Canada (Attorney General) v. Canadian Union of Public Employees, Local 675 in Word format.

While the even partial invalidation of the salary clauses of a collective agreement undermines the past bargaining process that formed the basis of this agreement, this legislative interference did not compromise the essential integrity of the process of collective bargaining protected by s. 2(d) of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms


Produits métalliques AT inc. v. Province du Nouveau-Brunswick in Word format.

The province of New Brunswick is being sued because it cancelled a contract it awarded to the plaintiff following a call for tenders and cannot dispute the jurisdiction of the Quebec courts by arguing the application of interprovincial jurisdictional immunity

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