Recently Published Ottawa Decisions


Find below recently published Ottawa decisions, available for free through CanLII.org.

Family Matters

Saint-Phard v. Saint-Phard (2021 ONSC 6910)
vaccine — vaccinated — child — father — rubella
Justice J. Mackinnon

Aldush v. Alani (2021 ONSC 6410)
expert report — qualified — women — children — curriculum vitae
Justice M. Smith

Meacoe v. Cutler (2021 ONSC 6841)
basic child support — father — daycare — expenses — arrears
Justice J. Audet

Oremush v. Hickey (2021 ONSC 6833)
father — child — parenting time — messages — school
Justice J. Audet

Civil Matters

873091 Ontario Ltd. v. 9695443 Canada Inc. (2021 ONSC 6902)
leave to amend the notice — motion — discharging — pending litigation — application
Justice S. Corthorn

Martel v. City of Ottawa et al. (2021 ONSC 6790)
qualified privilege — defamatory — libel — database — defence
Justice J. Parfett

Sabanadze v. Joseph (2021 ONSC 6744)
motion — pre-trial conference — strike the jury notice — crossclaims — settlement
Justice S. Gomery

Lavallee et al. v. Isak (2021 ONSC 6661)
posts — social media — defamatory — racism — police brutality
Justice M. Smith

Criminal Matters

R. v. H.A. (2021 ONSC 6916)
tent — balcony — apartment — girls
Justice R. Ryan Bell

R. v. Gill (2021 ONSC 6797)
discreditable conduct evidence — hearsay — alleged — prejudice — probative value
Justice A. London-Weinstein

R. v. Gill (2021 ONSC 6726)
knife — evidence — probative — co-accused — alone
Justice A. London-Weinstein

Divisional Court Decisions from Ottawa Judges

Ling v. Justices of the Peace Review Council (2021 ONSC 7006)
ticket — complaint — evidence — judicial — peace
Justices K. Swinton, T. Lederer, and A. Doyle

Fariad v. Intact Insurance Company (2021 ONSC 6965)
swerved — automobile — injuries — altercation — accident
Justices T. Lederer, L. Favreau, and S. Gomery

Wallwork v. Toyota Manufacturing Canada Inc. (2021 ONSC 6785)
work-related injury — procedural duty to accommodate — absences due to work-related injuries — prima facie test — work-related injuries differently
Justices W. Matheson, L. Favreau, and M. O’Bonsawin

Al-Amin v. The National Dental Examining Board of Canada (2021 ONSC 6784)
exam — compassionate — untimeliness — bias — participant
Justices T. Lederer, L. Favreau, and S. Gomery

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