Joey Toutsaint v. Investigation Committee of the Saskatchewan Registered Nurses Association

(Saskatchewan) (Civil) (By Leave)


Administrative law – Judicial review – Standard of review – Sufficiency of reasons – Whether the applicant was denied procedural fairness by the investigation committee in light of the Vavilov decision – Whether the applicant had standing to challenge the findings of the investigation committee?


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The applicant was an inmate at the Saskatchewan Federal Penitentiary. The applicant filed a complaint with The Saskatchewan Registered Nurses’ Association regarding a nurse’s conduct when she gave some medication to him. The investigation committee dismissed the complaint with reasons. The applicant’s application for judicial review of the dismissal of his complaint was dismissed. His appeal was dismissed.

Lower Court Rulings

December 7, 2021
Court of Queen’s Bench of Saskatchewan

2021 SKQB 315, QBG 1545 of 2021
Application for judicial review dismissed
January 17, 2023
Court of Appeal for Saskatchewan

2023 SKCA 11, CACV3951
Appeal dismissed