Federal Court ending suspension period; Ontario starts first phase of courts reopening plan
From iPolitics – Slowly but surely, courtrooms in Canada are starting to reopen to the public. But, don’t expect judicial proceedings to get back to normal anytime soon.
Starting today, the registry counters for the Federal Court are reopening, though with limited staff, which will only accept filings for paper copies of confidential documents. They were closed to the public in mid-March.