Court won’t intervene in judge’s decision not to exercise ‘residual jurisdiction’ in labour dispute

By Amanda Jerome (November 24, 2022, 1:39 PM EST) -- In a dispute involving a mandatory workplace vaccination policy, the Court of Appeal for Ontario decided not to intervene in an application judge’s “discretionary decision to decline to exercise the Superior Court’s residual jurisdiction in labour relations matters to grant an interlocutory injunction pending the arbitration of the grievances,” as the judge did “not err in law or make any palpable and overriding error of fact.”...