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Shoan considering “options for appeal” after dismissal of second CRTC firing review

Media | 05/08/2018 6:55 pm EDT

In a decision on Monday, a Federal Court judge dismissed an application by former CRTC commissioner Raj Shoan for a judicial review of his termination from the CRTC in the...

Shoan files for appeal of second dismissal

Media | 06/05/2017 12:13 pm EDT

Twice-fired CRTC commissioner Raj Shoan has filed his application for judicial review, appealing his second removal from his post as the regional representative for Ontario. In a notice of application filed at the Federal Court on Friday, Shoan requested the quashing of a May 4 order-in-council dismissing him as a governor-in-council appointee, barely a week after he returned to the job. Shoan had only resumed his post on April 28, after another Federal Court justice set aside the first order-in-council issued 10 months prior. In her decision, judge Cecily Strickland sent the June 2016...

Shoan vows court challenge of second dismissal from CRTC

Media | 05/05/2017 2:41 am EDT

Raj Shoan, the CRTC’s regional commissioner for Ontario who was fired again just four days after a return to his post, said he will be heading back to court to challenge the second...

Shoan back to work following CRTC reinstatement

Media | 05/02/2017 5:29 pm EDT

Raj Shoan, the once-former CRTC commissioner, returned to work Monday, following a 10-month gap in his role as the regional representative for Ontario. As Shoan put it in a statement issued over the weekend, his tenure was...

Shoan wins appeal of CRTC dismissal; judge sends decision for reconsideration

Media | 04/29/2017 12:23 am EDT

Raj Shoan was denied procedural fairness when he was fired from his job as the CRTC’s regional commissioner for Ontario last summer, three years into a five-year term, a Federal Court justice...