Defamation Awards In Canada

I recently found a website that shares recent Defamation Awards given through the Courts in Canada that I found really interesting and thought I would share.

I have been defamaed in the contents of those websites, and so were other individuals. While it is a long and ardious process to go through Civil Court, sometimes, it is worth it. I know I would get long lasting peace from Toxic Tenants!

I’ve done my research, even downloaed all the forms I would need from the Civil Court in Ontario, and spoke to a couple of lawyers. I was even referred to Civil Court by the Police Officers I spoke to! Over the past few years, I was even offered financial help from people who support me.

All I need is the mental fortitude to go throught the process. Thats the thing isn’t it? The mental abitlity to go through this process. One of the things that hold me back is even if I win my case, these people have no money to pay even if they were ordered to pay all my legal costs.

Is my long lasting peace worth a few thousand dollars that would be required for such a process? I am starting to believe it is. I am way stronger now mentally that I was a couple of years ago when i first checked into this.

The idea is growing stronger. I wonder, would any other Target of these individuals be willing to join me in Civil Court? There are quite a few Targest of these Toxic people in Ontario who would also have a case for Defamation.


Defamation through websites refers to the act of making false and damaging statements about an individual or business using online platforms. It involves publishing defamatory content, which can cause harm to a person’s reputation or result in financial loss. This can include false accusations, misleading information, or spreading rumors through websites they create, social media platforms, online forums, or blogs.

In Canada, defamation awards vary depending on the specific circumstances of each case. The amount of damages awarded in a defamation lawsuit is determined by the court based on several factors, including the nature and extent of the harm caused to the individual’s reputation, the gravity of the defamatory statements, and any economic or non-economic losses suffered as a result.

Past cases have seen defamation awards ranging from a few thousand dollars to several million dollars. These awards are intended to compensate the plaintiff for damages suffered, such as loss of reputation, humiliation, mental distress, and any economic losses resulting from the defamation.

It is important to note that defamation actions can be complex, and the outcome and amount of damages awarded will depend on the specific facts and circumstances of each case.

Civil court refers to a legal system that handles disputes between individuals, organizations, or the government, excluding criminal matters.

Civil court operates at different levels, including provincial and territorial courts, as well as Federal Court. Provincial and territorial courts handle most civil cases, including personal injury claims, contract disputes, family law matters, employment disputes, and small claims. These courts have jurisdiction over specific geographical regions within a province or territory. As all issues origionated in Ontario, I would have to file in Ontario.

In civil court, the parties involved present their case before a judge or sometimes a jury, who then makes a ruling based on the evidence presented and the applicable laws. The process may involve filing court documents, discovery (gathering evidence), pre-trial conferences, settlement discussions, and ultimately a trial if the case is not resolved through negotiation or mediation.

I have a file where I kept everything related to the Smear Campaign they created online. It contains all the emails, documents, Facebook posts, and all their websites contents over the years, including all the hosting info and all the suspensions they have had. I kept everything….

I came to see that civil court proceedings can be time-consuming and costly, depending on the complexity of the case. However, the goal is to provide a fair and equitable resolution to disputes between individuals or organizations and it would get the sites removed for forever! it is something I am still considering!

The link below will take you to see all the recent defamation damage awards decided in Civil Court in variosu places in Canada. If you read them, you can see the similarities with my situation…

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