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www.canlii.org/en/nb/nbca/doc/2017/2017nbca48/2017nbca48.htm...

This case followed the decisions in R. v Bernard, 2010 NBPC 30, and R v Bernard, 2016 NBQB 21, and it was heard in the New Brunswick Court of Appeal. At trial, the accused, Stephen Charles Bernard, had been charged and convicted of unlawfully h ...

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www.canlii.org/en/nb/nbca/doc/2005/2005nbca82/2005nbca82.htm...

This case was heard in the New Brunswick Court of Appeal, and it was a motion to appeal the decision in R. v. Chiasson, 2004 NBQB 80. The appellant, Onil Chiasson, was charged under section 58 of the New Brunswick Fish and Wildlife Act,&nb ...

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www.canlii.org/en/nl/nlca/doc/2006/2006nlca53/2006nlca53.htm...

This appeal was heard in the Supreme Court of Newfoundland and Labrador, Court of Appeal, and followed the decision in Queen v Drew et al, 2003 NLSCTD 105. This decision came as a result of a previous ruling in which a trial court consider ...

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www.canlii.org/en/nb/nbca/doc/2004/2004nbca57/2004nbca57.htm...

This appeal was heard before the New Brunswick Court of Appeal, and it followed the decisions in R v Sappier and Polchies, 2003 NBPC 2, R v Sappier, 2003 NBQB 228, R v Sappier and Polchies, 2003 NBQB 389, and R v Sappier and Polchies, ...

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www.canlii.org/en/nb/nbqb/doc/2013/2013nbqb271/2013nbqb271.h...

This case was heard in the New Brunswick Court of Queen’s Bench, Trial Division. This case involved an appellant, Henry Smith, who had been charged and convicted of possessing a moose carcass contrary to section 58 of the New Brunswick Fish and Wild ...

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www.canlii.org/en/nl/nlpc/doc/2012/2012canlii50869/2012canli...

This case was heard in the Newfoundland and Labrador Provincial Court. The case involved an applicant, Herbert Simon, who had previously been convicted under section 5(2) of the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act. His sentence had included&nbs ...

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www.canlii.org/en/nb/nbca/doc/2008/2008nbca42/2008nbca42.htm...

This case was heard in the New Brunswick Court of Appeal, and it followed the decisions in R v Richard Hopper, 2004 NBPC 7, and R c Hopper, 2005 NBBR 399.  The appellant, Richard Hopper, had been charged with unlawful possession of a deer ...

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www.canlii.org/en/ns/nssc/doc/2016/2016nssc98/2016nssc98.htm...

This was a motion made as a result of the appeal of the decision in R v Paul, 2013 NSPC 75 put forward in Paul v. R.,2016 NSSC 99, and it was heard in the Nova Scotia Supreme Court. The appellants, Aaron Paul and Charles Francis, had been ...

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www.canlii.org/en/nb/nbca/doc/2008/2008nbca22/2008nbca22.htm...

This appeal was heard in the New Brunswick Court of Appeal, following the decisions in Peter-Paul v R, 2007 NBQB 65, R v Peter-Paul, 2007 CanLII 7511 (NB CA), and R v Peter-Paul, 2007 CanLII 36616 (NB CA). At trial, David John Peter-Paul a ...

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www.canlii.org/en/nb/nbca/doc/1986/1986canlii3939/1986canlii...

This case was heard in the New Brunswick Court of Appeal.  The Appellants, Peter Joe Augustine, Gary Augustine and Raymond Garfield Barlow, all Mi’kmaw, had been charged with hunting at night, contrary to New Brunswick's Fish and Wildlife Act. ...

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www.canlii.org/en/nb/nbqb/doc/2003/2003nbqb457/2003nbqb457.h...

This case was heard in the New Brunswick Court of Queen’s Bench, Trial Division. The Appellant, Moses Francis Barlow, had been charged with violating subsection 32(1)(a) of the New Brunswick Fish and Wildlife Act by hunting deer out of season. ...

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www.canlii.org/en/ns/nssc/doc/2001/2001nssc19/2001nssc19.htm...

This case was an appeal of the decision in R. v. Bernard, 2000 CarswellNS 420, and it was heard in the Nova Scotia Supreme Court. The appellant, Mr. Bernard, was a Mi’kmaw man. At trial, Mr. Bernard was found guilty of “deer jacking” ...

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www.canlii.org/en/ns/nsca/doc/2002/2002nsca5/2002nsca5.html

This case was heard in the Nova Scotia Court of Appeal. It was the third decision made on the issues first raised in R. v. Bernard, 2000 CarswellNS 420 and in R. v. Bernard, 2001 NSSC 19. The respondent, Mr. Bernard, was a Mi'kmaw man who was c ...

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www.canlii.org/en/nb/nbpc/doc/2010/2010nbpc30/2010nbpc30.htm...

This case was heard in the New Brunswick Provincial Court. The Defendant, Stephen Charles Bernard, had been charged under New Brunswick's Fish and Wildlife Act for unlicenced deer hunting. Mr. Bernard was Mi’kmaq and argued that he had an Aboriginal ...

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www.canlii.org/en/nb/nbqb/doc/2004/2004nbqb80/2004nbqb80.htm...

This case was heard in the New Brunswick Court of Queen’s Bench. At trial, the appellant, Onil Chiasson, had been convicted of possessing a moose carcass contrary to section 58 of New Brunswick's Fish and Wildlife Act. In his defence, he had argued ...

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www.canlii.org/en/nb/nbca/doc/2018/2018canlii79786/2018canli...

This motion to appeal the decision in R. v. Eymard Chiasson, 2012 NBPC 14, was heard in the New Brunswick Court of Appeal The Appellant, Mr. Chiasson, was found guilty of being unlawfully in possession of a deer carcass, contrary to New Brunswi ...

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www.canlii.org/en/nb/nbpc/doc/2012/2012nbpc14/2012nbpc14.htm...

This case was heard in the New Brunswick Provincial Court.  The Defendant, Eymard Chiasson, was charged with hunting moose with a snare and hunting bear with a trap which were activities prohibited by New Brunswick's Fish and Wildlife Act. In h ...

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www.canlii.org/en/ns/nssc/doc/2015/2015nssc77/2015nssc77.htm...

The case was heard in the Nova Scotia Supreme Court. The Appellant, Jack Leonard Hatfield, was charged with hunting without a license and possessing a deer carcass, which were activities prohibited by Nova Scotia's Wildlife Act. In his defence,  ...

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www.canlii.org/en/nb/nbpc/doc/2011/2011nbpc23/2011nbpc23.htm...

This case was hear in the New Brunswick Provincial Court. The defendant, John E. Paul, was charged with unlawfully making improvements on government land by erecting a hunting camp. Mr. Paul was an Indigenous individual of Maliseet descent, and his  ...

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www.canlii.org/en/nb/nbqb/doc/1993/1993canlii3321/1993canlii...

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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