As Ontario courts get set to reopen, union says COVID-19 safety measures not enough

June 29, 2020 - All News

“As we are opening up we’ve already put the pieces together to open safely and we’ve done that in concert with our justice sector partners across the system,” said Attorney General Doug Downey in an interview Monday.

In-person trials are set to resume at 44 Ontario courthouses next week, even as unions representing Crown attorneys say the safety measures are inadequate and the start date should be delayed.

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