Sufficiency of Reasons

March 15, 2017

posted in: Legal Updates

In Stuber v. County of Barrhead No. 11 (Subdivision and Development Appeal Board), 2017 ABCA 52, the Court of Appeal put the reality of Newfoundland Nurses (SCC 2011) to work.  The Court used the record in this statutory appeal under the Municipal Government Act to find reasons sufficient.

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