Court of Appeal of Quebec

The Highest Court in Quebec

The Court of Appeal has been in continuous existence since 1849 and is the highest court in Quebec. In the vast majority of cases, the Court of Appeal is the final arbiter of the matters brought before it. Through its commitment to judicial independence and impartiality, and its efforts to ensure access to justice, it stands today as one of the primary bastions of the rule of law in Quebec.

In the cases pertaining to the constitutionality of the Act respecting the laicity of the State (C.A. 500-09-029537-214 and 7 other related files),...

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In civil matters, where the appeal requires leave, two copies of the notice to appeal and two copies of the application for leave to appeal shall be...

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On February 7, Justice Jacques J. Levesque will retire from the Court of Appeal of Quebec, where he has been sitting since November 2, 2012. Before...

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Social law – hospital – emergency room – hours of operation – judicial review – provisional interlocutory injunction

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Ilgun c. R.

Criminal – certiorari – change of venue of trial – right to be tried in one’s community – itinerant court – absence of jurisdictional issue

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Labour - grievance - judicial review - benefits - attendance credits - discrimination - parenthood - civil status - pregnancy - prejudice

Read the summary on Syndicat canadien de la fonction publique, section locale 3333 c. Réseau de transport de Longueuil

Online hearings

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New Rules of the Court of Appeal of Quebec in Criminal Matters

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