Taylor-Baptiste v. O.P.S.E.U.
Charter Application by Administrative Tribunals: Statutory Interpretation
Canadian courts have come to accept that the constitution is not some sort of holy grail that administrative decision-makers should not touch. As it is the supreme law of the land, its writ ought to run in any government agency, and its authority may be invoked by individuals in almost any decision-making setting. But does […] Read more