Bringing an appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada, in most cases, begins with serving and filing an Application for Leave to Appeal.
Tercon Contractors Ltd. v. British Columbia (Transportation and Highways)
See below. The Tercon Contractors Ltd. v. British Columbia (Transportation and Highways) matter provides an overview of a case in which leave was granted and ultimately the appeal was allowed.
|Decision of the Supreme Court of British Columbia|
|Decision of the Court of Appeal for British Columbia|
|Application for Leave to Appeal|
|Reply of the Applicant|
|Decision to Grant Leave|
|Factum of the Appellant|
|Response Factum of the Appellant|
|Decision of the Supreme Court of Canada|