City Found Not Liable in Skating Injury Leslie v. Mississauga (City), 2003 (ONSC) & 2006 (ONSCDC)
As published in Ontario Recreation Facilities Association Inc. (ORFA) Facility Forum Fall 2016 - This claim involved an action for damages arising from a collision on the ice at a municipal arena. It happened when the plaintiff, William Leslie, was either knocked down to the ice, or fell, by a patroller during a public skating event. The Judge noted that there was a conflict in the evidence at this trial as to how the accident occurred and whether the plaintiff assumed the risk of injury by skating with others of different skills.
City Found Not Liable in Skating Injury Leslie v. Mississauga (City), 2003 (ONSC) & 2006 (ONSCDC)Download PDF