Case over large, gregarious deer destroying property in Yukon’s Takhini River Valley lives to see another day
The Yukon Court of Appeal decided a fascinating case on September 15, 2022, dealing with the Yukon Government’s decision to introduce wild elk between 1951 and 1994 in the Takhini River Valley. In Grove v. Yukon (Ministry of the Environment), ranch owners in ...
On April 21, 2020, a single judge of the Nunavut Court of Appeal released its decision in R. v Irngaut (2020 NUCA 04), a saga about an allegedly illegal caribou harvest. The Court held that the Government of Nunavut, the party who initiated the appeal, does not have standing to pursue the appeal.
The Court held that, absent legislative amendments to the Summary Conviction ...
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