Social Security Tribunal of Canada

Court decisions

If a court reviews a Social Security Tribunal (SST) decision, the decision made by the court is considered a precedent. This means SST members have to apply the law the same way the court did when they’re deciding an appeal with the same issue.  

Search for cases with similar issues and facts to yours on the individual courts’ websites:

Decisions from these courts are also available on CanLII.

Learn more about finding decisions to help with your appeal.

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