At its annual general meeting in October 2017 the Canadian Justice Review Board elected two new directors; Anthony Kaluzny of Grimsby Ontario and Allison Koolijman of Vernon British Columbia. To review the Chairman's Annual Report click here.
I am pleased to report that over the past year the CJRB increased its readership and online presence significantly. Our colleague director Larry Elford in Lethbridge AB oversaw the launch of a CJRB Facebook page.
According to Marshall, the first part of section 14 of Ontario's Municipal Act, says that a bylaw has no power if it runs contrary to a piece of federal or provincial legislation, or if it attempts to counter "an instrument of a legislative nature, including an order, licence or approval, made or issued under a provincial or federal Act or regulation."
Wallace Gilby Craig, LLB’54; Vice Chair, Canadian Justice Review Board; part time member, Canadian Human Rights Tribunal 2007-2010; BC Provincial Court Judge 1975-2001; author- Podcast Audio Length: 1:24