How should FM 96 respond to the provincial commission? In what way is the principle of stare decisis at work here, if at all?

Business Law

Answer the questions from the case study below based on what we discussed in Chapter 1:

Case 1 (5 Marks)

Mary applied for a job at the Millstone Restaurant. She was told her uniform would be a white blouse and black skirt, with a hem three centimetres above the knee. She agreed, but when she started work, she realized that female staff was dressed accordingly, but the men wore white shirts and black pants. At a later date, Mary appeared at work also dressed in a white shirt and black pants. The manager of the restaurant told her she was “out of uniform,” words were exchanged, and Mary was fired. Is there a Charter issue here? Case 2 (5 Marks)

FM 96 Tiger Radio wanted to set up a three-day live remote event in a provincial park for the Labour Day weekend. The provincial parks commission approved the plan, subject to a payment of $4,100, comprised of a park event permit ($1,000), a sanitation charge ($1,000), a broadcasting permit ($500), a beer/wine premises special occasion permit ($1,500), and a fire inspection fee for the beer/wine consumption premises ($100). How should FM 96 respond to the provincial commission? Case 3 (5 Marks)

In the year 1619, Maxwell was drunk, lost control of his horse and killed a child. No legal action was taken by the Crown. In the year 1859, Edward purposely drove his master’s wagon over a man in the street. He was executed for his crime. In the year 1959, Sharon was sober, lost control of her car and killed a child. She was given a suspended sentence and ordered to pay a $100 fine, and was sued by the child’s parents for damages of $1000 in funeral costs. In the year 2019, Karl was drunk, lost control of his car and killed a child. He was given one year imprisonment, a $1000 fine, a lifetime driver’s license suspension and was sued for $2.5 million for emotional distress by the parents of the child. In what way is the principle of stare decisis at work here, if at all?

How should FM 96 respond to the provincial commission? In what way is the principle of stare decisis at work here, if at all?