Conservationists file whale challenge to Trans Mountain reapproval
They’re arguing cabinet failed to comply with its responsibility to protect critically endangered killer whales.
Alectra Utilities loses stay bid; must pay Solar Power $14M right away
Court of Appeal decides allowing utilities company to hold off paying what it owes Solar Power would not serve the interests of justice.
Toronto election proceeding with 25 wards after court sides with province
Court of Appeal for Ontario suspended what it called a “dubious” lower court ruling.
Alberta’s top court upholds injunction against drug testing of Suncor workers
Unifor is now waiting to hear whether the Supreme Court of Canada will weigh in on the case.