Carrying on Business in the Jurisdiction
Active advertising in the jurisdiction or, for example, the fact that a Web site can be accessed from the jurisdiction would not suffice to establish that the defendant is carrying on business there. The notion of carrying on business requires some form of actual, not only virtual, presence in the jurisdiction, such as maintaining an office there or regularly visiting the territory of the particular jurisdiction.
Van Breda v. Village Resorts Ltd. |
2012 CarswellOnt 4269 (S.C.C.) at para. 87 |