Vancouver Sun (Re)
Re Vancouver Sun is a leading Supreme Court of Canada case regarding the open court principle, freedom of the press and publication bans. The open court principle is the "right of public access to the courts".
This article provides insufficient context for those unfamiliar with the subject. (May 2017)
|Vancouver Sun (Re)|
|Hearing: 2003: December 10; |
Judgment: 2004: June 23.
|Full case name||The Vancouver Sun v Attorney General of Canada, Attorney General of British Columbia, “The Named Person”, Ajaib Singh Bagri and Ripudaman Singh Malik|
|Citations|| 2 S.C.R. 332, 2004 SCC 43|
|Prior history||APPEAL from the Supreme Court of British Columbia|
|Ruling||Appeal allowed in part|
|Majority||Iacobucci and Arbour JJ., joined by McLachlin C.J. and Major, Binnie and Fish JJ|
|Concur/dissent||Bastarache and Deschamps JJ.|