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POWERS OF MUNICIPALITY - Constitutional issues - Federal and provincial jurisdiction - Interjurisdictional immunity - ractice and procedure - Costs

Tuesday, January 16, 2018 @ 10:09 AM  

Appeal by the prosecutor, the City of Oshawa, from the order quashing the Information and ordering costs against the City. In November 2013, the corporate respondent was charged with failing to obtain a building permit prior to renovating an aircraft hangar. The hangar was built by a real estate corporation as part of a complex of aircraft hangars at the Oshawa Airport. The corporate respondent was solely owned by a local businessperson named Sciuk. There was no dispute that Sciuk commenced construction on an addition to...