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July 9, 2020
My sincerest condolences to the family of Robert A. F. Sutherland

I first appeared before Justice Sutherland in September, 1990, the month that the District Court of Ontario and the Supreme Court of Ontario (the High Court of Justice) merged. Justice Sutherland, a Justice of the High Court, presided that day in Landlord and Tenant Court in Courtroom G on the 3rd floor of 361 University Avenue. Courtroom G is a small room with 20 or so chairs, and there were 50 or more people in the Courtroom when Justice Sutherland entered. He whispered to the Registrar asking if it was like this every day. The Registrar turned back and said yes. Justice Sutherland nodded and started the proceedings of the day.

Justice Sutherland, an accomplished jurist, took an interest in this area of law and I appeared before him frequently in the ensuing years. Justice Sutherland was always patient and fair and his decisions well reasoned. It was a privilege to have appeared before him. Justice Sutherland was a good and decent man and I am saddened to hear of his passing.

May the good memories of your loved one sustain and comfort you during these difficult times and forever.
July 4, 2020
My condolences to the family.
I worked for Robert Sutherland as his secretary many years ago - in the 70s at Borden & Elliot. He was such a gentleman and a wonderful boss.
Michelle Radonicich


June 29, 2020
God bless you Justice Sutherland. I have known Justice Sutherland over 30 years from the Superior Court of Justice. What a wonderful long life and how sad that he was beaten by this pandemic. May you rest in peace. A big hug to Susan and my sincerest condolences for your loss.
June 28, 2020
Such sad news. When I first came to Canada in 1984 I lived and worked for Bob and Mary for over three years as their childrens nanny. I was treated with such kindness and respect, they made me feel a part of the family and I learnt such a lot from Bob about Canada, it was a great introduction to my new country. He was always entertaining me with long stories and took an interest in my life too. A very generous man, I shall remember him well. My condolences to his loved ones.
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