Tagged: Immigration and Refugee Protection Act

“Saved by the Valve:” Analysis and Takeaways from Canadian Council for Refugees v Canada

To view a summary of the decision in Canadian Council for Refugees v Canada (Citizenship and Immigration), 2023 SCC 17, see the first installment of this post here. In this follow-up...

“Saved by the Valve:” Refugees and Concerns with the Safe Third Country Agreement

In Canadian Council for Refugees v Canada (Citizenship and Immigration), 2023 SCC 17 [CCR], the Supreme Court of Canada (the “Court” or “SCC”) unanimously confirmed the designation of the United...

​​Reasonably Robust Reasonableness: Mason v Canada (Citizenship and Immigration)

At issue in Mason v Canada (Citizenship and Immigration), 2023 SCC 21 [Mason] was whether “acts of violence” in s. 34(1)(e) of the Immigration Refugee and Protection Act, SC 2001,...

To Deport or Not to Deport, A Question of Reasonableness: SCC Grants Leave to Appeal to Mason v Minister of Citizenship and Immigration

On March 3, 2022, the Supreme Court of Canada (“SCC”) granted leave to appeal to Earl Mason, et al v Minister of Citizenship and Immigration, et al, SCC Case No...