The Supreme Court of Canada dismissed the case brought against WIND Mobile on Thursday, tossing out Public Mobile’s complaint that the new carrier was foreign-owned.
The fun started in 2009 when the CRTC ruled that WIND Mobile didn’t have the right to launch a national wireless service in Canada because it violated the country’s foreign ownership [...]
The Supreme Court of Canada's recent ruling in IBM Canada Ltd. v. Waterman provides a great deal of clarity on the issue of collateral benefits such as pensions in a wrongful dismissal action and whether such a benefit ought to be d... Read Post
COURTS DISMISS 98% OF WIND HEALTH COMPLAINTS Anti-wind 'experts' failing legal test John Conroy, August 17, 2014 (The Australian) “…[Wind Health Impacts Dismissed in Court from the Energy and Policy Institute]found that of the 49 ca... Read Post
In June, the federal government and Globalive won their crucial appeal of the Federal Court ruling against WIND Mobile’s right to operate in Canada. Not only did WIND Mobile continue to operate its brand of wireless services across ... Read Post