BCLR

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BCLRBuffalo Criminal Law Review (Buffalo Criminal Law Center)
BCLRButterworths Constitutional Law Reports (South Africa)
BCLRBulletin of Comparative Labour Relations
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Camporese v Parton (1983), 150 DLR (3d) 208 at 226-27, 47 BCLR 78 (SC (AD)); Parlett v Robinson (1986), 30 DLR (4th) 247, 5 BCLR (2d) 26 (CA); Grenier v Southam Inc, 1997 CanLII 4460 (Ont CA); Leenen v Canadian Broadcasting Corp (2000), 48 OR (3d) 656 at para 695, 50 CCLT (2d) 213 (Sup Ct), aff'd (2001), 54 OR (3d) 612, 6 CCLT (3d) 97 (CA), leave to appeal to SCC refused (2002), 289 NR 200 (note), 164 OAC 200 (note); Young v Toronto Star Newspapers Ltd (2003), 66 OR (3d) 170, 18 CCLT (3d) 244 (Sup Ct), aff'd (2005), 77 OR (3d) 680, 259 DLR (4th) 127 (CA).
(11) Delgamuukw v British Columbia, [1997] 3 SCR 1010, 66 BCLR (3d) 285 [Delgamuukw] at para 112.
See also Signorello v Khan, 2010 BCSC 1448 at para 38, 14 BCLR (5th) 151 (referring to the "serious and prolonged" threshold, without reference to the RPI requirement); Cardy v Trapp, [2008] OJ no 4547 (QL) (Sup Ct) (where the court noted in obiter that the plaintiff's mental injury was a "compensable injury" according to Mustapha, as "his emotional trauma rises above ordinary upset, agitation, anxiety and distress" at para 47); Kappell v Brown, 2012 BCSC 113 (available on CanLII) (where a trial decision to award the plaintiff damages for stress and anxiety was overturned as there was insufficient evidence of a "psychological disturbance approaching the intensity or duration described in Mustapha" at para 58).
(18) FRA 1979, supra note 12, s 59(2), cited in Elsom v Elsom (1983), 3 DLR (4th) 500, 49 BCLR 297.
(52) See Tsilbqot'in Nation v Canada (AG), sub nom Nemaiah Valley Indian Band v Riverside Forest Products Ltd, 2001 BCSC 1641, 95 BCLR (3d) 371, aff'd 2002 BCCA 434, 3 BCLR (4th) 231; Keewatin v Ontario (Minister of Natural Resources), 32 CPC (6th) 258, [2006] OJ No 3418 (QL); Hagwilget Indian Band v Canada (Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development), 2008 FC 574, 328 FTR 215.
(169) See Guerin v The Queen, [1984] 2 SCR 335, 59 BCLR 301; Delgamuukw, supra note 2 at paras 162-63, 166-69 (Lamer CJC), 190 (La Forest J).
(67) (1985), 67 BCLR 334, 1985 CarswellBC 331 (WL Can) (SC) [Hernadi (SC) cited to BCLR], rev'd (1986), 34 DLR (4th) 145, 10 BCLR (2d) 81 (CA) [Hernadi (CA) cited to DLR].
[64.] MEC for Education: KwaZulu-Natal and Others v Pillay (CCT 51/06) [2007] ZACC 21; 2008 (1) SA 474 (CC); 2008 (2) BCLR 99 (CC), at paras 53, 54, 62, 142, 149-158.
See also Otting v Elkford (District) (1992), 70 BCLR (2d) 202, [1992] 6 WWR 337 (SC) (where the Court said that a loss of privilege because privileged documents come into the hands of a third party surreptitiously "would only encourage all kinds of underhanded and improper conduct to obtain evidence" at para 27).
BCLR (4th) 272; Pro-Sys Consultants Ltd v Microsoft Corporation, 2013