We made it through the “Monday of months”, only to be handed a forecast of six more weeks of winter.
Speaking of prognostication, February saw the Court of Appeal release a trio of decisions dealing with the Limitations Act, 2002 – including the threshold of knowledge required for discoverability, when the limitation period starts to run for a proceeding to enforce a foreign judgment, and the doctrine of fraudulent concealment. There were also two interesting decisions regarding a claim against the police for breach of a promise of confidentiality given to an informant, and disqualification of counsel for alleged conflict of interest.
This month’s author, William Pepall, also brings you the Top 5 Destinations for Spring Skiing. The thaw may be well underway, at least in Toronto, but there are still some great opportunities to hit the slopes.
Editor and Chair, Lerners Appeals Group