Docket

26274

British Columbia Government and Service Employee's Union v. Government of British Columbia as represented by Public Service Employee Relations Commission

(British Columbia) (Civil) (By Leave)

Judgments on applications for leave to appeal are rendered by the Court, but are not necessarily unanimous.

Proceedings
Date Proceeding Filed By
(if applicable)
2000-11-06 Approved order for payment out, (Sent to Finance, Nov. 8, 2000)
1999-10-27 Appeal closed
1999-10-27 Formal judgment sent to the registrar of the court of appeal and all parties
1999-10-27 Copy of formal judgment being prepared
1999-10-19 Record returned to the Registrar of the Court of Appeal
1999-09-10 Notice of deposit of judgment sent to all parties
1999-09-09 Judgment on the appeal rendered, CJ L'HD G Co McL Ia Ma Ba Bi, The appeal is allowed and the order of the arbitrator reinstating Ms. Meiorin to her former position and compensating her for lost wages and benefits is restored, with costs to the appellant in this Court and in the court below.
Allowed, costs in this Court and in the Court of Appeal
1999-03-08 Transcript received, (88 pages)
1999-02-22 Hearing of the appeal, 1999-02-22, video #020, CJ L'HD G Co McL Ia Ma Ba Bi
Judgment reserved
1999-02-22 General proceeding, (Federal, Can. Human Rights Act and outline of appellant's oral submissions) - given in Court British Columbia Government and Service Employee's Union
1999-01-25 Notice of hearing British Columbia Government and Service Employee's Union
1999-01-13 Appeal hearing scheduled, 1999-02-22
Judgment reserved
1998-11-10 Decision on motion to adduce new evidence, L'HD
Dismissed, with costs in the cause
1998-11-10 Submission of motion to adduce new evidence, L'HD
1998-11-10 Reply to motion to adduce new evidence, Completed on: 1998-11-10 Government of British Columbia as represented by Public Service Employee Relations Commission
1998-10-29 Book of authorities, Completed on: 1998-10-29 British Columbia Human Rights Commission
1998-10-29 Intervener's factum, 25 copies, with service, Completed on: 1998-10-29 British Columbia Human Rights Commission
1998-10-29 Book of authorities, (joint with Disabled Women's Network and Can. Labour Congress), with service, Completed on: 1998-10-29 Women's Legal Education and Action Fund
1998-10-29 Intervener's factum, (joint with Disabled Women's Network and Can. Labour Congress), with service, Completed on: 1998-10-29 Women's Legal Education and Action Fund
1998-10-28 Appellant's argument on the motion to adduce new evidence, (in response to motion for new evidence) - book form - 2 copies British Columbia Government and Service Employee's Union
1998-10-10 Correspondence (sent by the Court) to, from Ken Curry, letter dated Oct. 9, 1998 (fax copy) re; will file a response to the motion for new evidence on Oct. 29, 1998
1998-10-06 General proceeding, 24 copies of page 40 (replacement of nature of order) also included consent of the respondent British Columbia Government and Service Employee's Union
1998-10-01 Respondent's record, 25 copies, with service, Completed on: 1998-10-01 Government of British Columbia as represented by Public Service Employee Relations Commission
1998-10-01 Book of authorities, Completed on: 1998-10-01 Government of British Columbia as represented by Public Service Employee Relations Commission
1998-10-01 Respondent's factum, (AMENDED FACTUM filed Jan. 18), Completed on: 1998-10-01 Government of British Columbia as represented by Public Service Employee Relations Commission
1998-10-01 $50.00 filing fee for notice of motion, for New Evidence receipt #31282 Government of British Columbia as represented by Public Service Employee Relations Commission
1998-10-01 Motion to adduce new evidence, 10 copies (book form), with service, Completed on: 1998-10-01 Government of British Columbia as represented by Public Service Employee Relations Commission
1998-09-02 $50.00 filing fee for notice of motion, to extend time receipt #31101 Government of British Columbia as represented by Public Service Employee Relations Commission
1998-09-02 Order on motion to extend time, to file the Respondent's factum to Sept. 30/98
1998-09-02 Decision on motion to extend time, to serve and file the respondent's factum to Sept. 30/98, Reg
Granted, no order as to costs
1998-09-02 Submission of motion to extend time, 1998-09-02, to serve and file the respondent's factum to Sept. 30/98, Reg
1998-09-01 Response to motion to extend time, to file the respondent's factum to Sept. 30, 1998 (L. King), Completed on: 1998-09-01 British Columbia Government and Service Employee's Union
1998-09-01 Affidavit, to file the respondent's factum to Sept. 30, 1998 (A. Zwack) Government of British Columbia as represented by Public Service Employee Relations Commission
1998-09-01 Motion to extend time, to file the respondent┬░s factum to Sept. 30, 1998 ($50.00 requested), with service, Completed on: 1998-09-01 Government of British Columbia as represented by Public Service Employee Relations Commission
1998-08-31 Appeal perfected for hearing, Session beginning on 1999-01-18
1998-08-10 Order on motion for leave to intervene, of Women's Legal Education and Action Fund, the DisAbled Women's Network Canada and Canadian Labour Congress
1998-08-04 Proof of service, of the appellant's record, factum and authorities
1998-07-14 Order on motion for leave to intervene
1998-07-09 Decision on motion to extend time, to file the motion to intervene, Co
Granted, no order as to costs
1998-07-09 Submission of motion to extend time, Co
1998-07-09 Decision on the motion for leave to intervene, Co, by the Women's Legal Education and Action Fund, the Disabled Women's Network Canada and the Canadian Labour Congress. Order will go extending the time to intervene and granting leave to intervene subject to the following conditions: the joint factum of the applicants is not to exceed 20 pages and shall not be repetitive of other factums filed. Oral argument is to be limited to 10 minutes. The respondent may argue that new issues are raised by the interveners that should not be considered by the Court
Granted, no order as to costs
1998-07-09 Submission of motion for leave to intervene, 1998-07-09, Co
1998-07-09 Decision on the motion for leave to intervene, by the B.C. Human Rights Order may go granting leave to intervene subject to the following conditions: factum is not to exceed 20 pages in length and avoid repetition of issues and arguments raised by the parties. Oral argument is not to exceed 10 minutes, Co
Granted, no order as to costs
1998-07-09 Submission of motion for leave to intervene, 1998-07-09, Co
1998-07-08 Correspondence (sent by the Court) to, from P.A. Gall; replying to the appellant's letter of June 29\98
1998-07-06 Book of authorities, 12 copies of vol. I & II, Completed on: 1998-07-06 British Columbia Government and Service Employee's Union
1998-07-06 Appellant's factum, 24 copies (returned for corrections on Oct. 13, 1998 - replacement of nature of order, see letter received on Oct. 6, 1998)(received Oct. 15/98), Completed on: 1998-07-06 British Columbia Government and Service Employee's Union
1998-07-06 Appellant's record, 24 copies of vol. I & II, Completed on: 1998-07-06 British Columbia Government and Service Employee's Union
1998-06-30 Correspondence (sent by the Court) to, (by fax) dated June 29\98 from Ken Curry; replying to the respondent's letter on the intervention of LEAF
1998-06-24 Correspondence (sent by the Court) to, (by fax) from J. Scott; re: replying to the respondent's letter on the intervention
1998-06-19 Correspondence (sent by the Court) to, from Peter A. Gall; re: does not object to the intervention by LEAF, DAWN and CLC
1998-06-12 Response to the motion for leave to intervene, by Leaf and BCHRC (Nelligan & Power) - fax copy, Completed on: 1998-06-12 British Columbia Government and Service Employee's Union
1998-06-10 Correspondence (sent by the Court) to, from Gowling, Strathy, letter dated June 10, 1998 re: the respondent takes no position on the intervention by BCHRC
1998-05-22 $50.00 filing fee for notice of motion, receipt no. 30644 Women's Legal Education and Action Fund
1998-05-22 Motion to extend time, to file the motion to intervene - 5 copies, with service, Completed on: 1998-05-22 Women's Legal Education and Action Fund
1998-05-22 Affidavit, of Jennifer Scott et al - 5 copies, with service Women's Legal Education and Action Fund
1998-05-22 Motion for leave to intervene, (joint with motion to extend the time and DisAbled Women and Canadian Labour Congress) - 5 copies, with service, Completed on: 1998-05-22 Women's Legal Education and Action Fund
1998-05-04 Affidavit, 5 copies (Wilma Clarke), with service British Columbia Human Rights Commission
1998-05-04 $50.00 filing fee for notice of motion, receipt #30546 British Columbia Human Rights Commission
1998-05-04 Motion for leave to intervene, 5 copies, with service, Completed on: 1998-05-04 British Columbia Human Rights Commission
1998-04-16 Appeal court record, (1 envelope)
1998-04-01 Order granting leave to appeal
1998-03-12 Notice of deposit of security
1998-03-12 Correspondence (sent by the Court) to, sent to Heenan Blaikie and B.C. Government and Service Employees' Union re: Rule 32
1998-03-06 Proof of service, of Notice of Appeal (admitted on Feb. 27\98)
1998-03-06 $10.00 fee for depositing security, receipt #30220 British Columbia Government and Service Employee's Union
1998-03-06 $500 security deposit paid, direction #2444 British Columbia Government and Service Employee's Union
1998-03-06 Notice of appeal, Completed on: 1998-03-06 British Columbia Government and Service Employee's Union
1998-02-13 Notice of deposit of judgment issued to all parties, all parties
1998-02-12 Decision on motion to extend time to file and /or serve the leave application, CJ Co McL
Granted, no order as to costs
1998-02-12 Submission of motion to extend time to file and/ or serve the leave application, 1998-02-12, CJ Co McL
1998-02-12 Judgment of the Court on the application for leave to appeal, CJ Co McL, The application for extension of time and the application for leave to appeal are granted.
Granted, no order as to costs
1998-01-16 All materials on application for leave submitted to the Judges, CJ Co McL
1997-12-04 Applicant's reply to respondent's argument, 5 copies, with service, Completed on: 1997-12-04 British Columbia Government and Service Employee's Union
1997-11-27 Respondent's response on the application for leave to appeal, 5 copies, with service, Completed on: 1997-11-27 Government of British Columbia as represented by Public Service Employee Relations Commission
1997-11-07 Correspondence received from, sent to Heenan Blaikie (Vancouver, BC) enclosing copy of letter dated Nov. 7/97 sent to Applicant
1997-11-07 Correspondence received from, sent to Nelligan, Power (Ottawa, ON) to acknowledge receipt of material commencing a proceeding together with filing fee
1997-10-28 Affidavit, to Oct. 29, 1997 (Ken Curry) - 5 copies (to be sent with the application for leave to appeal), with service British Columbia Government and Service Employee's Union
1997-10-28 Motion to extend the time to file and or serve the application for leave to appeal, to Oct. 29, 1997 (to be sent with the application for leave to appeal) - 5 copies, with service, Completed on: 1997-10-28 British Columbia Government and Service Employee's Union
1997-10-28 $50.00 filing fee, receipt no. 34998 British Columbia Government and Service Employee's Union
1997-10-28 Application for leave to appeal, 5 copies (service admitted on Oct. 27, 1997), with service, Completed on: 1997-10-28 British Columbia Government and Service Employee's Union