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| description=In this ONSC decision, the CBC and PostMedia were found not to be in civil contempt, under s. 486.4 of the Criminal Code, of publication bans issued in criminal proceedings.}}
  
 
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Revision as of 18:05, 22 February 2019

New Developments

February 15, 2019   HMTQ v CBC 2019 ONSC 1079
    In this ONSC decision, the CBC and PostMedia were found not to be in civil contempt, under s. 486.4 of the Criminal Code, of publication bans issued in criminal proceedings.


December 13, 2018   Ayangma v Saltwire 2018 PESC 48
    In this ruling, from the PESC, the defendants were granted summary judgment, on the grounds that the plaintiff's claim was outside the limitation period.


December 4, 2018   Magyar Jeti Zrt v Hungary 2018 ECHR
    In this ruling on a hyperlinks issue, the ECHR relies heavily on the Crookes decision.


November 30, 2018   Pan v Gao 2018 BCSC 2137
    The Court awarded nominal damages of $1 to an otherwise successful plaintiff businessman whose credibility, candour, and document production were found to be inadequate.


November 30, 2018   R v Vice Media Canada Inc 2018 SCC 53
    The SCC unanimously upheld an order for a journalist to give police copies of conversations with a person who said he belonged to a terrorist group.


November 27, 2018   Wilson v Canwest Publishing Inc - Publications Canwest Inc 2018 BCCA 441
    The BCCA overturned the lower court judgment in this defamation case and held that responsible communication prevailed.


November 23, 2018   R v Canadian Broadcasting Corporation 2018 ABCA 391
    The ABCA dismissed the Crown's appeal and upheld the lower court decision, confirming that "publication" only occurs once and that publication bans are not retroactive.


November 22, 2018   R v Vader 2018 ABCA 389
    The ABCA holds that it is an error of law not to give notice to the media of an application to restrict access or publication, and it is the application judge’s responsibility to ensure that notice to the media is given.


October 31, 2018   R v MGM 2018 ABPC 256
    In this ABPC decision, the judge denied a youth’s request to exclude the public on a s. 517 bail hearing.


October 25, 2018   Doe v Baker 2018 ONSC 6240
    The ONSC dismissed an application from a police officer for an anonymity order or publication ban at a Coroner's inquest into the death of a man.



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