White v. The Queen, 2009 TCC 539 (CanLII)

  • November 09, 2009

Date: 2009-11-09 Docket: 2007-1665(GST)G ; 2007-1561(IT)G  B. Paris J. | Link

The lack of formal information management retention and destruction policies and procedures did not attract a finiding of spoliation, since the Appellant did not show how the missing information was relevant, how its absence would harm his case, or that the information was destroyed after litigation was contemplated.