By Denis CarmelOTTAWA – They say you can’t infer an outcome from the line of questioning and the tone of the questions. That goes for the Supreme Court as well as for CRTC Hearings.But this has never stopped anyone from making predictions.As reported yesterday, besides the Bell v. CRTC on the Super Bowl case and the Vavilov citizenship issue, what really seemed of interest to the Supreme Court justices today, which was made clear in their questions, is the appropriate standard of review that should apply when reviewing lower administrative tribunal decisions.Tuesday, we heard the two sides in the Super Bowl case...
“Reasonable” or “correct” or both?
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