Adequacy of Reasons

March 8, 2013

posted in: Legal Updates

Construction Labour Relations v. Driver Iron Inc., 2012 SCC 65

Another judgment from the Supreme Court of Canada on the adequacy of reasons from an administrative tribunal. It is very brief and to the point. The Supreme Court has again emphasized that administrative tribunals do not need to prepare exhaustive reasons to fulfill the duty to provide reasons for a decision.

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