The Court of Appeal is the highest court in the province. It hears appeals from the Supreme Court, from the Provincial Court on some criminal matters, and reviews and appeals from some administrative boards and tribunals.
The Court of Appeal has a registrar who, in addition to other administrative duties, hears matters related to the settling of orders and bills of costs.
March 27, 2015
CIVIL RULE REFORM CONSULTATION – DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS EXTENDED TO 1 MAY 2015
The Court is extending the deadline for submissions on its civil rule reform consultation until 1 May 2015. Details may be found here. Persons making a submission may do so anonymously by letter to the Registrar or by indicating in their emailed submission that they do not wish their names to be used when their submission is considered by the Court.
March 16, 2015
REPEALED PRACTICE DIRECTIVES AND NOTES EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY AND NEW TABLE OF CONCORDANCE PUBLISHED
The Court of Appeal has repealed three practice directives:
- Digital Recording Policy in the Court of Appeal (Civil & Criminal Practice Note, 19 September 2011)
- Obtaining Oral Reasons for Judgment (Civil & Criminal Practice Note, 19 September 2011)
- Oral Reasons for Judgment (Civil and Criminal Practice Directive, 19 September 2011)
These policies and procedures have been updated and included in the Record and Courtroom Access Policy Section 1.11 Listening to Audio, Obtaining Transcripts or Reasons for Judgment. To provide access to changes to directives and notes created by the Court of Appeal over time, a Table of Concordance has been created and published to the website.
January 5, 2015
CIVIL RULE REFORM CONSULTATION
The Court is initiating a consultation with the public regarding civil rule reform. Details may be found here. The deadline to respond is March 31, 2015.