NOTICE: Out of concern for the health and safety of visitors and employees in light of COVID-19, the Supreme Court of Canada Building is closed to visitors. All currently scheduled public events at the Court, as well as guided tours, are cancelled until further notice. The Court remains open for case-related matters. For further information, see the News Release dated March 25, 2020.
For case-related matters, please note the following:
Court documents are to be filed by email, whether originating or otherwise. The Registrar will issue a directive as to the filing of original paper copies once the Supreme Court Building is fully re-opened.
Deadlines that are imposed by the Rules of the Supreme Court of Canada are suspended until further notice. Deadlines that are imposed by statute, including s. 40 of the Supreme Court Act, remain in force. Any party concerned about the ability to meet a deadline imposed by statute should contact the Registry by email at email@example.com.
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No hearing today
Note: The hearings originally scheduled for March, April and May 2020 have been adjourned. For further information, see the News Release dated March 25, 2020.