I served and filed my Notice of Appeal to
Certificate Respecting Evidence:
​Then you complete the Certificate Respecting Evidence.
This is simply a list of the evidence that you will be relying on at your appeal hearing.
My "filed copy" of my Notice of Appeal and Certificate Respecting Evidence ​has been provided below for you to see and learn from.

I will be commenting more on this decision later and

needless to say I fully intend to seek leave to appeal this current decision of the Court of Appeal for Ontario to

the Supreme Court of Canada!


​On the grounds of:

1. Failing to accommodate individuals with disabilities,

​2. Failing to accommodate individuals who are self represented litigants, and

​3. The court having as what one can only be perceived as a clear hatred towards injured workers


​In addition to my next Judicial Review - Certiorari, I am also presently working on a motion to the Supreme Court of Canada to extend time to seek leave to appeal the previous Court of Appeal for Ontario decision of December 18, 2017, as well as to stay the costs order of the decision of December 18, 2017, the lower court's costs order as well as this current appeal and the lower court's cost order, while I prepare my application to seek leave to appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada. 

It contains all the relevant documents relied on in the appeal such as: the notice of appeal, the judge's decisions, affidavits, exhibits that are referenced, and so on.​
It opens in a new window and is an Adobe pdf file 5.7 meg and opens in a new window.

It contains all the exhibits from the motion hearing.
It opens in a new window and is an Adobe pdf file 6.3 meg (large file) and opens in a new window.

It contains all the exhibits from the motion hearing.
It opens in a new window and is an Adobe pdf file 9.3 meg (large file) and opens in a new window.

It contains all the legal arguments of the WSIB in opposition to my appeal.
It opens in a new window and is an Adobe pdf file 1 meg (large file) and opens in a new window.

My Second Appeal

to the

Court of Appeal for Ontario

September 13, 2018

The WSIAT Book of Authorities contains the caselaw they are relying on in their legal arguments to oppose my appeal. 
It opens in a new window and is an Adobe pdf file 1 meg and opens in a new window.

The WSIAT Factum is the legal arguments the WSIAT is relying on in opposition to my appeal. 
It opens in a new window and is an Adobe pdf file 0.5 meg and opens in a new window.

Exhibit Book

Below is the Exhibit Book. It contains all the relevant documents that were used as exhibit sin the motion to dismiss my claim hearing.
Due to the size of the book I broke it down into manageable parts for easier download. Click on each button to download each section of the book.

WSIAT's Appeal Documents:

Outcome of My Motion to Live Video Stream My Appeal Hearing and the Results of My Appeal to the Court of Appeal for Ontario

My Response Documents to the WSIB & the WSIAT's Appeal Documents:

Learn How to Fight your Workers Compensation Board

Click on the buttons below to see the document books
The WSIAT has filed with the court in opposition to my appeal. 
Please note they are Adobe pdf documents.
Also, remember some of the files maybe very large in size and may take time to download
Also, they open in a separate window so don't forget to disable your pop-up blocker.

Some people may wonder why I have told my story like I have.
Why I have provided all the documents.
I have done this, so you can learn from my failures and my successes! 

I also have done this, so you can also see the forms and
documents so you have a better understanding of what is involved
if you decide to take on an action yourself!

My Appeal Documents:

It contains all the exhibits from the motion hearing.
It opens in a new window and is an Adobe pdf file 17.4 meg (large file) and opens in a new window.

This is my appeal factum and provides my legal arguments for my appeal.
It opens in a new window and is an Adobe pdf file 500kb and opens in a new window.

I am updating this section of the website regularly. So, please check back later to see more!

It contains all the exhibits from the motion hearing.
It opens in a new window and is an Adobe pdf file 9.3 meg (large file) and opens in a new window.

I served and filed my Notice of Appeal to the Court of Appeal for Ontario. In order to file an appeal, one must complete the Notice of Appeal and the Certificate Respecting Evidence file it with the court and then serve it on the other parties and including if needed the Attorney General for Ontario and the Department of Justice Canada. 

Notice of Appeal:
​You first complete the Notice of Appeal, this explains what you are appealing and what legal grounds.

The WSIB Respondent's Compendium contains documents and exhibits that the WSIB reference in their legal arguments.
It opens in a new window and is an Adobe pdf file 4.8 meg (large file) and opens in a new window.

My Motion to the Court of Appeal for Ontario to have the Appeal Hearing Video Streamed Online:

I am still updating this section of the webpage

so check back later to see more

Myself and two other caring supports as well as the person behind the camera.

Click on the buttons below to see the document books
that I have submitted in response tot he WSIB and the WSIAT appeal documents. 
Please note they are Adobe pdf documents.
Also, remember some of the files maybe very large in size and may take time to download
Also, they open in a separate window so don't forget to disable your pop-up blocker.

Some people may wonder why I have told my story like I have.
Why I have provided all the documents.
I have done this, so you can learn from my failures and my successes! 

I also have done this, so you can also see the forms and
documents so you have a better understanding of what is involved
if you decide to take on an action yourself!

From this one can take away that:
​The position of the Court of Appeal for Ontario

on the matter of delays within

the administrative justice system

are of no real urgency or concern for

the Court of Appeal for Ontario,

regardless of the length of delay - months, years, decades, a lifetime!

This was my second appeal to the Court of Appeal for Ontario. This appeal was appealing the decision to dismiss my application for Judicial Review - Writ of Mandamus as well as my motion for the Superior Court to hear the application for Judicial Review – Writ of Mandamus, on an urgent basis.

It contains all the exhibits from the motion hearing.
It opens in a new window and is an Adobe pdf file 5.3 meg (large file) and opens in a new window.

This is the motion I filed with the Court of Appeal for Ontario, which is to have the Appeal hearing of September 13, 2018 video streamed live on the internet which is to accommodate persons with disabilities. 


Once I have prepared my motion materials I will post them here as well. 

As well as working on my responding materials for the appeal, I have also prepared a motion to the Court of Appeal for Ontario, which is to have my appeal hearing on September 13, 2018 video streamed online.

The purpose is so people with disabilities, specifically injured workers who have a vested interest in the appeal, may observe the appeal. It is your right as a person with disabilities to request accommodations
and receive accommodations including from the Court of Appeal for Ontario.

This accommodation can be in any reasonable form. Any reasonable person would conclude video streaming
is so affordable today their is no financial hardship on the court to do this.

This also complies with the 'Open Courts' principle which is in use across Canada. The only exception is in sensitive matters such as family court involving child custody, or under age offenders, which this is neither case.

In support of my motion I am asking for your help!
I am asking if you are a person who is an injured worker and would like to observe my appeal hearing on September 13, 2018 to simply complete the "form letter styled" affidavit I have prepared and have it notarized.
It can be notarized by any lawyer, paralegal, court clerk, Justice of the Peace, or your MPP.
The Justice of the Peace, the courts, and your MPP can provide this service in most provinces,
such as Ontario for free to low income individuals.

Click on the button below to download the version that best suits you whether for a resident of Ontario or a resident of other to download a pdf copy of the affidavit. Then insert your name and town/city and then have it notarized and e-mail me a copy to my e-mail at paultayl@hotmail.com in the subject of the e-mail put "affidavit".

I also provided samples to help you fill out the form. 


This MUST be done before Monday September 3, at 2pm.   

This is to allow me time to print serve and file for the motion to be heard in time for September 13th, 2018.

I was able to change the motion for the same day as the appeal hearing. This provides me and others to prepare.  

For residents of other Provinces & Territories in Canada:

Court of Appeal for Ontario Appeal September 13, 2018 Filings

WSIB's Appeal Documents:

For residents of Ontario:

Below is the Motion record I have sent to the Court of Appeal and counsel for the WSIB and the WSIAT. The names of the people who swore affidavits in support of the video live streaming of my appeal have been redacted to protect their identity. If you are one of the individuals and do not wish to even have your first name please send me an e-mail and I will make the changes. 

Click on the buttons below to see the document books
I have filed with the court in support of my appeal. my documents.
Please note they are Adobe pdf documents.
Also, remember some of the files maybe very large in size and may take time to download. 
Also, they open in a separate window so don't forget to disable your pop-up blocker.

Some people may wonder why I have told my story like I have.
Why I have provided all the documents.
I have done this, so you can learn from my failures and my successes! 

I also have done this, so you can also see the forms and documents so you have a better understanding of what is involved, if you decide to take on an action yourself!

Fight WCB

A close-up of Myself and two other caring supports. You can see my t-shirt I wore in the court when I represented myself. 

What is funny is that I wore the same t-shirt to the Ontario legislature on a injured worker lobbying day and was not allowed in with it I had to turn it inside out - another story!

The WSIB Book of Authorities contains the caselaw the WSIB relying on in their legal arguments to oppose my appeal.
It opens in a new window and is an Adobe pdf file 1 meg (large file) and opens in a new window.

Click on the buttons below to see the document books
The WSIB has filed with the court in opposition to my appeal. 
Please note they are Adobe pdf documents.
Also, remember some of the files maybe very large in size and may take time to download
Also, they open in a separate window so don't forget to disable your pop-up blocker.

Some people may wonder why I have told my story like I have.
Why I have provided all the documents.
I have done this, so you can learn from my failures and my successes! 

I also have done this, so you can also see the forms and
documents so you have a better understanding of what is involved
if you decide to take on an action yourself!

This is my book of authorities it is the caselaw I rely on in  my legal arguments for my appeal.
It opens in a new window and is an Adobe pdf file 500kb and opens in a new window.

Notice of Appeal

The following are the document books that were filed by: myself, the WSIB, and the WSIAT.
This was in preparation for the appeal hearing to appeal the decision of her Honour Madam Justice Petersen,
which was to dismiss my motion and application for Judicial Review - Writ of Mandamus. 

On September 21, 2018 the Court of Appeal for Ontario issued their decision

regarding my appeal from the lower court to dismiss my application for Judicial Review - Writ of Mandamus.

I just received notice today, October 17, 2018, via an e-mail form WSIAT counsel in the form of a request to approve the draft order of the Court of Appeal for Ontario.


​Regardless of why I was not notified in September of the outcome of the decision the decision has been made and is available by clicking the box and downloading a pdf version.

 

​My Judicial Review - Writ of mandamus was to attempt to deal with the extremely lengthy delays at both the WSIB (Ontario WCB), and the WSIAT (Ontario WCT). 

​I had also requested, by motion, the Court of Appeal for Ontario allow the appeal hearing

be video live streaming via Facebook.  


​The outcome of the decision was that the Court of Appeal denied my Motion to live stream the appeal hearing, which was decided before the onset of the appeal hearing.


The Court of Appeal for Ontario also in their decision dismissed my appeal claiming that my matters were not urgent, even though I had and am still waiting for an initial decision of the WSIB. ​​