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This case was heard in the Nova Scotia Supreme Court. The Respondent, Jerome Paul, was a Mi'kmaw fisher from Indian Brook (Sipekne'katik) First Nation who fished for snow crab under a licence that had been granted by his community under a system that the ...

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This case was heard in the Nova Scotia Provincial Court. The defendants, Aaron Paul and Charles Francis, were charged with violating section 68 of the Nova Scotia Wildlife Actby night hunting using a light (“deer jacking”).  The defendants wer ...

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This case was heard in the New Brunswick Provincial Court.  The Defendant, Darren Paul, was charged under the New Brunswick Crown Lands and Forests Act with the felling, removal, and possession of timber from government land. Mr. Paul was ...

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This case was heard in the Nova Scotia Court of Appeal. The appellants, Aaron Paul and Charles Francis, were charged with hunting at night with illumination (“deer jacking”). Deer jacking violated section 68 of the Nova Scotia Wildlife Act. The ...

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This application was heard in the New Brunswick Court of Queen’s Bench and followed the decisions in Peter-Paul v R, 2007 NBQB 65 and R v Peter-Paul, 2007 CanLII 7511 (NB CA).  At trial, the Applicants, David John Peter-Paul and Adam ...

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This application was heard in the New Brunswick Court of Queen’s Bench and followed the decision in Peter-Paul v R, 2007 NBQB 65.  At trial, the Applicants, David John Peter-Paul and Adam Peter-Paul, had been found guilty of possessing a deer c ...

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This appeal was heard in the New Brunswick Court of Queen’s Bench, Trial Division. The appellants had been charged with possessing a deer carcass in violation of section 58 of the New Brunswick Fish and Wildlife Act. In response to this charge, the ...

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This case was heard in the New Brunswick Court of Appeal, following the decisions in R v Polches, 2003 CarswellNB 670, and R v Polches, 2005 NBQB 137. The accuseds, Richard Polches, Jason Books, and Jeffrey Polches, were acquitted at trial of t ...

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This appeal before the New Brunswick Court of Appeal followed the decisions in R v Polches, 2003 CarswellNB 670, R v Polches, 2005 NBQB 137, R v Polches et al., 2006 NBCA 50 and R v Polches, 2007 CanLII 4847 (NB CA). This motion ...

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This appeal was heard in the New Brunswick Court of Queen’s Bench, and it followed the decision in R v Polches, 2003 CarswellNB 670. At trial, Richard Polches, Jason Books, and Jeffrey Polches had been acquitted of the charge of “unlawfully hunting ...

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This case was heard in the New Brunswick Court of Queen’s Bench, Trial Division. At trial in the Provincial Court, Richard Polches, Jason Books, and Jeffrey Polches were acquitted of charges under New Brunswick’s Fish and Wildlife Act. The three men ...

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This hearing took place in the New Brunswick Court of Appeal, following the decisions in R v Polches, 2003 CarswellNB 670, R v Polches, 2005 NBQB 137, and R. v. Polches et al., 2006 NBCA 50, and Richard Polches, Jason Brooks and Jeffre ...

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This motion was heard before the New Brunswick Court of Appeal, and was previously heard in R v Reynolds, 2016 NBQB 18. The Respondent, Michael Reynolds, was charged with illegally possessing and selling the carcass of a moose, contrary to sections ...

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This case was heard in the New Brunswick Court of Queen’s Bench, Trial Division. The Respondent, Michael Reynolds, was charged with illegally possessing and selling the carcass of a moose, contrary to sections 58 and 51(1)(a) of New Brunswick's Fish ...

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This appeal was heard before the New Brunswick Court of Appeal and followed the decisions in R v Reynolds, 2016 NBCA 25, and R v Reynolds, 2016 NBQB 18. This appeal followed a series of motions following a stay of proceedings in a case where th ...

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This case was heard in the Nova Scotia Provincial Court. The Defendant, Eric Barnett Russell, was charged with hunting moose without a license under section 4(5) of the Moose Hunting Regulations and hunting moose out of season under section 5(2) of the&n ...

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This case was heard in the New Brunswick Provincial Court. The defendants, Dale Sappier and Clark Polchies, were charged with violating the New Brunswick Crown Lands and Forests Act by possessing timber taken from government land. The defendant ...

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This appeal was heard before the New Brunswick Court of Queen’s Bench, Trial Division, and followed the decisions in R v Sappier and Polchies, 2003 NBPC 2, and R v Sappier, 2003 NBQB 228. At trial, the Respondents Dale Sappier and Clark Polchie ...

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This appeal was heard in the New Brunswick Court of Appeal, following the outcomes in R v Sappier and Polchies, 2003 NBPC 2, R v Sappier, 2003 NBQB 228, and R v Sappier and Polchies, 2003 NBQB 389. At trial, the Respondents, Dale Sappier a ...

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This motion was heard before the New Brunswick Court of Queen’s Bench, Trial Division, and followed the decision in R v Sappier and Polchies, 2003 NBPC 2. At trial, the Respondents, Dale Sappier and Clark Polchies, were found not guilty of possessin ...