It’s a “good thing” Canada’s top court is above politics, says former prime minister Kim Campbell.
The disagreement centres around treaty rights of Indigenous people.
The judge wrote that lawyers failed to provide evidence that patients’ constitutional rights are being violated.
The comedian is appealing a decision that required him to pay damages to Jeremy Gabriel, a disabled singer he mocked.
A ruling by the Ontario Court of Appeal allows people accused of violent crimes to argue they were too intoxicated to control their actions.
Companies operating in foreign countries can be held liable under international law back home, Canada's top court has ruled.
A recent Supreme Court decision means you won’t see American ads this weekend.
The court's unanimous decision removes one more barrier to expanding the pipeline.
The province says it needs to protect its people, land and animals from oil spills.
She is entitled to $20,000 in damages.