The change was first proposed last April 9, though court administrators have not explained who requested the change to “seasonal recess” removing reference to Christmas.
No federal judge has yet ruled on whether the November 15 order from the Treasury Board is constitutional.
Streiner was faulted by consumers' advocates for not requiring airlines to provide passengers with cash refunds to the tune of $8.5 billion for cancelled flights at...
“It causes me frustration, stress and loss of enjoyment of life.”
Avvy Yao-Yao Go has also lamented the “shameful history” of Canada's first Prime Minister, John A. Macdonald.
A federal judge has finally settled a 10-year legal dispute under the Trademark's Act about which Canadian barbecue product is the "King."
All three judges ruled an earlier injunction against the law should be overturned and BC should pay all the legal costs.
Amendments to 1998 Federal Court Rules propose to delete references to the Christmas recess as a nod to lawyers, plaintiffs and defendants who practice other religions...
“There is no question Mr. Muller was upset having been served an undercooked burger,” wrote Federal Court Justice Russel Zinn.