Province Called on to Close Courts, Move to Remote Proceedings

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19 January 2021
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A group of lawyers, judges and courthouse employees have signed a letter calling on the Government of Ontario to shut down in-person court proceedings unless they are “determined to be absolutely necessary,” due to the drastic rise in COVID infections and the provincial stay-at-home order.

A copy the article, published in Law Times, can be found here.

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