QCCA

AcronymDefinition
QCCAQuality Control Concerted Action (EU)
QCCAQuad Cities Conservation Alliance (Rock Island, IL)
QCCAQueensland Centre for Climate Applications (Australia)
QCCAQueens Crescent Community Association (UK)
QCCAQueen City Careers Association (Cincinnati, OH)
QCCAQuasiclassical Close-Coupling Approximation
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Allen, supra note 153 at para 65; Corporation d'Urgences-sante c Syndicat des employees et employes d'Urgences-sante (CSN), 2015 QCCA 315 at paras 48-69, 254 ACWS (3d) 683.
(60) 9141-6669 Quebec inc c Comite conjoint des materiaux de construction, 2013 QCCA 337 au para 18 (disponible sur CanLII) [Comite conjoint des materiaux de construction].
See also Reference Re Authority of Parliament in Relation to the Upper House (1979), [1980] 1 SCR 54, 102 DLR (3d) 1; Reference Re Bill C-7 Concerning the Reform of the Senate, 2013 QCCA 1807, 370 DLR (4th) 711.
See R v Douglas (2002), 162 CCC (3d) 37, (sub nom R c Verdi Douglas) 49 CR (5th) 188, Fish J (QCCA) [Douglas cited to CCC] (in practice, such discretion is often circumscribed by joint submissions.
(113) See Reference Re Bill C-7 Concerning the Reform of the Senate, 2013 QCCA 1807 at 4, 370 DLR (4th) 711.
(24) See Barrette c Ciment du St-Laurent, 2006 QCCA 1437, [20061 RjQ 2633 (the Quebec Court of Appeal held that art 976 CCQ created a reciprocal passive obligation owed to a neighbouring property, not to the neighbour herself, and that personal actions against this neighbour required--like all other actions in civil responsibility under art 1457 CCQ--proof of fault, causation, and damage at 163-79), rev'd St Lawrence Cement v Barrette, 2008 SCC 64, [2008] 3 SCR 392 (finding that liability in troubles de voisinage "does not require proven or presumed fault" at para 75) [St Lawrence Cement].
Commission des Accueillie 200-09-005051-047 droits de la personne et (19 janvier 2005) des droits de la jeunesse 2005 QCCA 85 c Commission scolaire des Phares, [2005] RJQ 309, 2004 CanLII 46172.
c R, 2009 QCCA 987, [2009] RJQ 1261 at para 37, 68 CR (6th) 120, 252 CCC (3d) 332 [D.K.avec renvois aux RJQ]; FederationJrancotenoise c Canada (Procureur general), 2008 NWTCA 6, 2009 WWR 259 at paras 162-64, 176 CRR (2d) 116 [Federation franco-tenoise cited to WWR]; Maritimes and Northeast Pipeline Limited Partnership v Elliott, 2004 FC 553, [2004] 3 FCR 612 at para 18, 238 DLR (4th) 358 [Elliott cited to FCR]; Greater Toronto Airports Authority v International Lease Finance Corp (2004), 69 OR (3d) 1 at paras 82-84, 235 DLR (4th) 618 [Greater Toronto Airports Authority cited to OR].
See Provigo Distribution inc c Supermarche ARG inc, [1998] RJQ 47 at 58-59, 1997 CanLII 10209 (CA); Dunkin' Brands Canada Ltd v Bertico Inc, 2015 QCCA 624 at paras 59-65, leave to appeal to SCC refused, 36475 (17 March 2016); Churchill Falls SCC, supra note 39 (Factum of the Appellant at paras 15-16) [FOA].
It is not a defence to a charge under this section that the accused believed that the complainant consented to the activity that forms the subject-matter of the charge if (a) the accused's belief arose from the accused's (i) self-induced intoxication[.] (180) See R v Daigle (1997), 127 CCC (3d) 130 at paras 20-21, 39 WCB (2d) 386 (QCCA); aff'd [1998] 1 SCR 1220, 127 CCC (3d) 129; R v Al-Rawi, 2018 NSCA 10 at para 66 [Al-Rawi].
Boucart, 2018 QCCA 1612 (CanLII), <http://canlii.ca/t/hvcnb>, consulte le 2018-10-