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The Supreme Court of Canada has described open courts as a “core value” as central to the justice system as the presumption of innocence. Yet at the trial court level in Ontario, the Ministry of the Attorney General has imposed access restrictions that arguably have made the province’s court system the least open in the country. Shannon Kari reports in the June 30, 2008 edition of the Law Times.

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The Supreme Court of Canada has described open courts as a “core value” as central to the justice system as the presumption of innocence. Yet at the trial court level in Ontario, the Ministry of the Attorney General has imposed access restrictions that arguably have made the province’s court system the least open in the country. Shannon Kari reports in the June 30, 2008 edition of the Law Times.

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