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Case Summary: Major League Baseball’s application for judicial review to set aside an interim decision of the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario and to dismiss or stay the proceedings was dismissed on the grounds of prematurity

Case Summary: An appeal of a decision from the Property Assessment Appeal Board was dismissed as its findings regarding the “highest and best use” of the property were reasonable

Case Summary: The College’s policies that require physicians to provide an effective referral in cases where the physician is unwilling to provide elements of care on religious grounds are an infringement on some physicians’ religious freedoms, but the infringements are justified because the objectives of the policies are of sufficient importance

Case Summary: This decision relates to a judicial review of the decision of a delegate of the Superintendent of Motor Vehicles that confirmed a notice of an immediate roadside prohibition issued to the petitioner under section 215.41 of the Motor Vehicle Act

Case Summary: This decision was an appeal from the Consent and Capacity Board which found that the appellant was not capable to consent to treatment with certain psychiatric medications proposed by the respondent physician.

Case Summary: This appeal was brought by a registrant of the Alberta College of Social Workers against a decision of the College’s Hearing Tribunal. The Hearing Tribunal found that the appellant engaged in unprofessional conduct when she was rude, dismissive and abrasive. The College brought four charges against the appellant finding that all four allegations had been proven.