Meng Wanzhou case heads back to Canadian court
Huawei COO says her rights were violated, arrest was politically motivated.
Court backs Trump administration on virus safety at work
OHSA “reasonably determined” that an emergency rule “is not necessary at this time.”
Kenney lauds Trudeau after latest Trans Mountain court ruling
Federal Court of Appeal’s three judges unanimously rule to dismiss four challenges by First Nations in BC.
Windsor concrete company fined $175,000 for fatality
Prestressed Systems pleaded guilty to failing to adequately protect a worker.
Lafarge fined $400,000 for worker’s fatal fall at decommissioned plant
Fell nearly 30 feet when a corroded exterior walkway collapsed during a tour of a kiln building.
Hefty damages, costs award upheld for fired, threatened employee
Court found no reason to interfere with a lower court ruling in favour of former Keddco Manufacturing president.
Meng’s extradition to US far from slam dunk: legal experts
US political interference looms large as a factor supporting her release.
Court rules NS must consult Mi’kmaq on financing of effluent plant
Tied to whether emission and effluent discharge targets are reached by the new system.
Couillard will go to court if NAFTA deal is unsatisfactory to Quebec farmers
Won’t accept an agreement that doesn’t meet the approval of dairy producers.
Ontario asks court to toss Tesla application over electric vehicle rebates
Province says the decision is government policy that does not fall within the court’s jurisdiction.
Ex-Ontario political aide gets four months jail for deleted gas plant e-mails
David Livingston, chief of staff to former Liberal premier Dalton McGuinty, led from court in handcuffs. Will appeal.
Trans Mountain seeks permanent injunction against protesters in court
Interim injunction granted as it tries to prevent protesters from blocking two work sites.
Worker struck by flying metal, Montreal company fined $60,000
Spin area on a lathe wasn’t guarded or shielded to provide protection from swarf.
‘I would have acted differently,’ Livingston says of gas plants crime
Lipson reserved sentencing decision until April 11 after hearing a prosecution call for jail, and a defence plea to hand down a conditional discharge.
Crown urges 6 months jail for gas plant Livingston; defence wants discharge
Livingston faces sentencing for illegal use of a computer – a second guilty finding was stayed.