Category Archives: Inquiry and Investigations

A complainant’s right to appeal or judicial review

While complainants under the Health Professions Act have a clear right to apply for reviews of Inquiry Committee decisions, the position of complainants under other statutes will depend on the wording of the enactment. For example, a complainant under the…

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Review Boards: when is an investigation inadequate?

A review of an inquiry committee decision by a review board may address whether the committee’s investigation was inadequate. Investigations are not required to be exhaustive. Where, however information exists which might reasonably affect the decision of the committee, reasonable…

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