Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation v. Williams, concerns the Oppenheimer Park occupation. The injunction was issued last week to be effective today. Interestingly, the injunction was considered on a tri-partite test as opposed to statutory considerations on the basis that the matter involved constitutional issues.
Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation v. Williams, concerns the injunction application process relating to the Oppenheimer park encampment. A determination on the injunction application is set to be released today.
Chiang v. British Columbia (Human Rights Tribunal), concerns a dismissal application before the BC Human Rights Tribunal. The case also deals with the tests for a retaliation complaint. The facts in this case are not particularly strong but it does serve as a good legal framework for dismissal applications and retaliation complaints.
B.C. College of Optics Inc. v. The College of Opticians of B.C., deals with educational standards for a new optician school. The College has full discretion to set those standards.