Is a municipality entitled to seek an injunction to enforce and protect a public right?

Ontario, Canada


The following excerpt is from Puslinch v Monaghan, 2015 ONSC 2748 (CanLII):

The municipality is entitled to seek an injunction to enforce and protect a public right: Polai v. Toronto (City) 1972 CanLII 22 (SCC), [1973] S.C.R. 38 para 6.

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