Facebook Twitter LinkedIn YouTube Nous joindre | English

Translated decisions

Translated decisions might not be accessible to handicapped persons using assistive technologies. Please visit our Accessiblity page to learn more. The Court of Appeal of Quebec, the Superior Court of Quebec, the Court of Quebec, the Human Rights Tribunal, the Professions Tribunal, the Ministère de la Justice of Quebec and the Société québécoise d'information juridique are pleased to offer unofficial English translations of their selected judgments. Learn more.

Recent translations


Arrangement concerning Kitco Metals Inc. in Word format.

Tax authorities may not effect compensation between an assessment issued before proceedings were instituted under the Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act and tax credits owed to the debtor that were incurred after the insolvency proceedings


Protection de la jeunesse - 164777 in Word format.

Although it is not absolute, the obligation of the Direction de la protection de la jeunesse to find a foster family in the Aboriginal child’s community is very high and the DPJ must use all reasonable means to that end; furthermore, the obligation is ongoing


Reference re : pan-Canadian Securities Regulation in Word format.

The Canadian Constitution does not authorize the implementation of pan-Canadian securities regulation under the authority of a single regulator, according to the model established by the most recent publication of the Memorandum of Agreement Regarding the Cooperative Capital Markets Regulatory System


Fraternité des policiers et policières de Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu inc. v. St-Jean-sur-Richelieu (Ville de) in Word format.

A police captain’s illegal consultation of data in Quebec’s police information databank to obtain information about certain people justified his dismissal; the grievance arbitrator’s decision substituting a long suspension and demotion for the dismissal was unreasonable 


Stevens v. R. in Word format.

On interrogation following arrest, it is not enough for police officers to inform the suspect of his or her right to counsel or even to provide an opportunity to contact an attorney; the police must also permit the effective implementation of the constitutional right to counsel by providing a reasonable opportunity to exercise this right 


R. v. Corriveau in Word format.

Convicted on three counts of influence peddling, forgery, and laundering the proceeds of crime further to his involvement in the sponsorship scandal, Jacques Corriveau is sentenced to four years’ imprisonment and ordered to pay a compensatory fine of $1,490,485

Find translated decisions

More translations

Formation thématique Discrimination à l'embauche Blogue

© Société québécoise d'information juridique (SOQUIJ) - Tous droits réservés  |  SOQUIJ est une société qui relève du ministre de la Justice du Québec