This post discusses the Alberta Court of Appeal's recent decision in Hannam v. Medicine Hat School District No. 76, which stands as an emphatic reminder that the Supreme Court of Canada has directed courts to grant summary judgment when a fair and just determination can be made without a trial.
Although Hannam does not change the law of summary judgment, it conveys the ...
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