Ontario Crown attorneys seek to delay return to court over coronavirus fears

Ontario Crown attorneys seek to delay return to court over coronavirus fears

TORONTO — The union representing Crown attorneys in Ontario wants to delay returning to court over fears of COVID-19.

The Ontario Crown Attorneys Association is seeking an injunction to delay the province’s plans to reopen 44 courthouses starting next week.

The association alleges the province’s attorney general has not taken every precaution to protect workers in courthouses during the pandemic.

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The union says the province has not made it mandatory to wear masks in courthouses along with other protective measures.
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