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www.canlii.org/en/nl/nlsctd/doc/2017/2017canlii25468/2017can...

This case was heard in the Supreme Court of Newfoundland and Labrador (Trial Division). The numbered company 10565 Newfoundland Inc. owned a hotel property in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, not far from a federal air force base that had been in use since the 19 ...

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www.canlii.org/en/nb/nbqb/doc/2007/2007nbqb341/2007nbqb341.h...

This case was heard in the New Brunswick Court of Queen's Bench (Trial Division). The plaintiffs in this case were a group of fishermen who alleged that the City of Miramichi was responsible for altering the water quality on the Miramichi River and distu ...

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www.canlii.org/en/nb/nbqb/doc/1976/1976canlii1251/1976canlii...

This case was heard in the New Brunswick Court of Queen's Bench.  Bridges Brothers Ltd. owned and operated a large blueberry farming business. Much of its farmland bordered forested areas in New Brunswick, and the farm alleged that Forest Protection ...

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www.canlii.org/en/ns/nsca/doc/2013/2013nsca143/2013nsca143.h...

This case was heard in the Nova Scotia Court of Appeal. A group of plaintiffs from Sydney, Nova Scotia initiated legal proceedings against Ispat Sidbec Inc. ("Ispat"), Hawker Siddeley Canada Inc. ("Hawker"), Domtar Inc. ("Domtar"), the Province of Nova S ...

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www.canlii.org/en/ca/fct/doc/1998/1998canlii9035/1998canlii9...

This case was heard in the Federal Court of Canada. In 1970, a tank barge owned by J.D. Irving, Limited (“Irving”) sank near the Magdalen Islands. Over the next twenty-six years, the federal Crown monitored the situation and occasionally took minor preve ...

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www.canlii.org/en/nb/nbca/doc/1980/1980canlii2678/1980canlii...

This case was heard in the New Brunswick Court of Appeal. Effluent from a fish processing plant washed up on Ms. Blanchard’s shoreline and caused several problems that interfered with her use and enjoyment of her property. She sued two individuals who we ...

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www.canlii.org/en/ns/nssc/doc/2006/2006nssc130/2006nssc130.h...

This case was heard in the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia. In this complex case involving several parties, intersecting construction contracts in the Halifax region resulted in a highly contaminated site. United Gulf Developments ("United") engaged Doug Bo ...

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www.canlii.org/en/ns/laws/stat/sns-2000-c-3/51755/

The purpose of this Act is to protect farmers engaged in normal farm practices from being sued in nuisance or negligence.

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www.canlii.org/en/nl/nlsctd/doc/1990/1990canlii7144/1990canl...

This case was heard in the Supreme Court of Newfoundland (Trial Division). The Town Council of the Town of Gambo applied for a Court declaration that the Dwyers had constructed a dwelling house illegally on their property, and the Council also requested ...

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www.canlii.org/en/ns/nssc/doc/2008/2008nssc29/2008nssc29.htm...

This case was heard in the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia. Mr. Hoyt alleged that the Loews had disrupted a natural watercourse and damaged a pond on his property. After considering the evidence that was placed before it, the Court concluded that the Loews ...

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www.canlii.org/en/ns/nssc/doc/2006/2006nssc189/2006nssc189.h...

This case was heard in the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia. Mr. MacEachern experienced problems with the quality of the water in his well, and he alleged that the problems were caused by the construction activities of Mr. McKenna. Mr. MacEachern therefore s ...

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www.canlii.org/en/nb/nbqb/doc/2000/2000canlii6105/2000canlii...

This case was heard in the New Brunswick Court of Queen's Bench (Trial Division). After Metz Farms 2 Ltd. ("Metz") secured a license to dispose of manure from its pig farm on lands in Kent County, New Brunswick, concerned community members began protesti ...

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www.canlii.org/en/nb/nbqb/doc/2000/2000canlii7744/2000canlii...

This case was heard in the New Brunswick Court of Queen's Bench (Trial Division).  After Metz Farms 2 ("Metz") secured a license to dispose of manure from its pig farm on lands in Kent County, New Brunswick, concerned community members began protest ...

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www.canlii.org/en/nb/nbca/doc/2001/2001nbca11/2001nbca11.htm...

This case was heard in the New Brunswick Court of Appeal. After Metz Farms 2 Ltd. ("Metz") secured a license to dispose of manure from its pig farm on lands in Kent County, New Brunswick, concerned community members began protesting. Metz applied for and ...

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www.canlii.org/en/ns/nssc/doc/1983/1983canlii2898/1983canlii...

This case was heard in the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia. The plaintiffs in this case applied for an injunction to restrain Nova Scotia Forest Industries (“NSFI”) from spraying phenoxy herbicides in certain forested areas in Nova Scotia. NSFI had previous ...

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www.canlii.org/en/ns/nssc/doc/2009/2009nssc244/2009nssc244.h...

This case was heard in the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia. In 1988, a sewage treatment plant was built in North Preston, next to the farm where the plaintiff, Mr. Willis, lived. Over the course of nearly two decades, Mr. Willis lived with unpleasant and so ...

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