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This appeal was heard in the Nova Scotia Supreme Court, and it followed the decisions in R v Marshall, 2001 NSPC 2, R v Marshall, 2001 CanLII 4996 (NS SC), and R v Marshall, 2001 NSSC 157. The appellants had been convicted at trial fo ...

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This case was heard in the Nova Scotia Court of Appeal.   Donald Marshall Jr. was convicted of offences under the federal Fisheries Act, the Maritime Provinces Fishery Regulations, and the Fishery (General) Regulations after catc ...

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This issue was heard in the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia, and it followed the decision in R v Marshall, 2001 NSPC 2. The applicants were convicted at trial of cutting and removing timber from Crown lands without authorization, which was an ...

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This case was heard in the Provincial Court of Nova Scotia. The accuseds were Mi'kmaq who were charged with cutting and removing timber from Crown lands without authorization, acts that were offences under section 29 Nova Scotia's Crown Lands Act. T ...

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This application for judicial review was heard before the Nova Scotia Supreme Court, and it followed the decisions in  R v Marshall, 2001 NSPC 2, R v Marshall, 2001 CanLII 4996 (NS SC), R v Marshall, 2001 NSSC 157, and R v Marshall (SF ...

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This appeal was heard in the Nova Scotia Court of Appeal, and it followed the decisions in R v Marshall, 2001 NSPC 2, R v Marshall, 2001 CanLII 4996 (NS SC), R v Marshall, 2001 NSSC 157, R v Marshall (SF), 2002 NSSC 57, and R v Ma ...

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This appeal was heard before the Supreme Court of Canada, and it followed the decisions in R v Marshall, 2001 NSPC 2, R v Marshall, 2001 CanLII 4996 (NS SC), R v Marshall, 2001 NSSC 157, R v Marshall (SF), 2002 NSSC 57, R v Marsha ...

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This case was heard in the Nova Scotia Provincial Court.  The accused were Mi'kmaq and registered members of the Waycobah First Nation in Cape Breton. They were charged with violating the federal Fisheries Act by fishing salmon at a t ...

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This case was heard in the Nova Scotia Supreme Court. It was an appeal of R v Martin, 2016 NSPC 14 (CanLII).  The respondents were Mi’kmaq and members of Waycobah First Nation. They were charged with fishing in a way that violated an Aboriginal ...

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This case was heard in the New Brunswick Provincial Court The defendant was found hunting at night with the assistance of a light in violation of section 33(1)(b) of the New Brunswick Fish and Wildlife Act. He had been hunting off-reserve. Mr. ...

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This case was heard in the New Brunswick Court of Queen’s Bench, Trial Division. It was an appeal of the decision in R v McCoy, 1991 CanLII 12196 (NB PC). The respondent, Leslie McCoy, was charged with hunting with the aid of a light, which vio ...

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This case was heard in the New Brunswick Court of Appeal and was a request for leave to appeal the decision in R v McCoy, 1992 CanLII 6298 (NB QB), which itself was an appeal of the decision in R v McCoy, 1991 CanLII 12196 (NB PC). Prior t ...

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This case was heard in the Nova Scotia Provincial Court. Alexander Peter McDonald applied to have state-funded counsel for two separate trials. Mr. McDonald had been charged under the federal Fisheries Act with obstructing a fisheries officer a ...

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This case was heard in the New Brunswick Court of Queen’s Bench, Trial Division. At trial, the accused, Randolph R. Myshrall, had been acquitted of the charge of possession of a deer carcass in violation of section 58 of the New Brunswick Fish and W ...

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This case was heard in the New Brunswick Court of Queen’s Bench, Trial Division The appellants in this case were Dwight Bear, Gerald Bear, and Mr. Nicholas. Dwight Bear was charged with violating section 38 of the federal Fisheries Act by willf ...

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This motion was heard in the New Brunswick Provincial Court.  In this motion, the Applicants, Olive Landry and Fabien Huard, requested a stay of proceedings regarding their trials for the offence of having illegally fished for trout outside of the f ...

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This decision was heard in the New Brunswick Court of Appeal.  The Appellant was a Mi'kmaw man who was found in possession of a beaver pelt without a license or a permit, with the intention to sell it, contrary to New Brunswick's Game Act. He w ...

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This case was heard in the New Brunswick Provincial Court. The defendant, Thomas Peter Paul, was charged with removing timber from government owned land without authorization in violation of New Brunswick’s Crown Lands and Forests Act. Mr. Paul argu ...

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This case was heard in the New Brunswick Court of Queen’s Bench and was an appeal of the decision in R. v. Paul, 1996 CanLII 12436 (NB PC). At trial, the respondent Thomas Peter Paul had been acquitted of the charge of harvesting timber from governm ...

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This case was heard in the New Brunswick Court of Appeal. It followed the decisions in R v Paul, 1996 CanLII 12436 (NB PC), and R v Paul (TP), 1997 CanLII 17799 (NB QB). At trial, the respondent Thomas Peter Paul had been acquitted of the charg ...