Civil Litigation - Objections. Porter v. Boucher-Chicago
In Porter v. Boucher-Chicago (Fed CA, 2021) the Federal Court of Appeal considered evidentiary objection protocol:
... It is well established that, at least in a civil case, objections to the admissibility of evidence must be made at the time the evidence is first tendered: Sidney N. Lederman, Alan W. Bryant & Michelle Fuerst, Sopinka, Lederman & Bryant: The Law of Evidence in Canada, 5th ed. (Toronto : LexisNexis Canada, 2018) at §2.109. Since the respondent did not object to the admissibility of the Adjudicator’s notes before the Federal Court, I shall decline to rule on that objection. ...