The decision in the Rob Ford conflict of interest case is available here; as soon as the CanLII version becomes available I’ll update this post.
Notable excerpts, on a first skimming:
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Section 5 of the MCIA clearly and broadly states that where a member, “has any pecuniary interest … in any matter,” and is present at a meeting of council, he or she is to disclose his or her interest and must neither take part in the discussion of nor vote on the matter. There is no basis on which the court can restrict or read down the meaning