Kelly Friedman considers the importance of international standards from a Canadian perspective ‘Once published, International Organization for Standardization (ISO) standards are voluntary and are specifically not intended to contradict or supersede local jurisdictional laws and regulations.’International standards foster international trade. They provide a worldwide baseline for quality, safety and/or efficiency for products, services and systems. …
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- Alexandru v Century Windows and Doors  OJ No 2274
- Andersen v St Jude Medical, Inc  ONSC 3660 (CanLII)
- Bartley v Euclid Inc  169 F3d 215
- Corbin v Halifax (Regional Municipality)  NSSC 121 (CanLII)
- Dickson v Broan-Nutone Canada Inc  OJ No 5114, aff'd  ONCA 734 (CanLII)
- Forester v Consumer Products Safety Commission  559 F.2d 774
- Gabie v The Queen  CanLII 419 (TCC)
- R v Spence  SCC 71 (CanLII)
- Ryan v Victoria (City)  CanLII 706 (SCC)
- WCAT-2007-00759 (Re)  CanLII 85833 (BC WCAT)