Transparency, Open Courts and Administrative Tribunals: Implications of Toronto Star v. AG Ontario
Author(s): Ontario Bar Association
Publication Date: October 2018
Format: shipped (hardcopy), download (PDF)


Description
In April 2018, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice released its decision in Toronto Star v. AG Ontario, finding that the application of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act to administrative tribunals violates the open courts principle embedded in section 2(b) of the Charter. Join our expert faculty to explore the implications of this decision for administrative tribunals in Ontario, and the parties appearing before them. Gather helpful advice on how to balance the need to present your client's strongest case with the obligation to protect their privacy interests.

PROGRAM CHAIRS

Jill Cross, Law Society of Ontario
Edgar-André Montigny, Montigny Law

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Implications of Toronto Star v. AG Ontario
Jonathan Batty, Licence Appeal Tribunal
Matthew Peachey, Counsel

Social Justice Tribunal Ontario, Criminal Injuries Compensation Board: Brief Overview
Lorissa Sciarra, Criminal Injuries Compensation

Remedial Implications of the Toronto Star Decision
William Challis, Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario

Brief reflections on Toronto Star and the access to tribunal records issue
Daniel Michaluk, Hicks Morley Hamilton Stewart Storie LLP

Toronto Star v AG Ontario: Practical Implications, Practical Strategies
Mariam Shanouda, Arch Disability Law Centre

Unravelling the Toronto Star Decision: Impact on Privacy and Access to Justice Rights of vulnerable claimants
Marie Chen, Income Security Advocacy Centre

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