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Citation: R. v. Durham Regional Crime Stoppers Inc., 2017 SCC 45

Appeal heard: January 20, 2017

Judgment rendered: September 22, 2017

Docket: 37052

 

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Between:

Durham Regional Crime Stoppers Inc. and X.Y.

Appellants

 

and

 

Her Majesty the Queen

Respondent

 

- and -

 

Director of Public Prosecutions

Intervener

 

Coram: McLachlin C.J. and Abella, Moldaver, Karakatsanis, Wagner, Gascon, Côté, Brown and Rowe JJ.

 

Reasons for Judgment:

(paras. 1 to 50)

Moldaver J. (McLachlin C.J. and Abella, Karakatsanis, Wagner, Gascon, Côté, Brown and Rowe JJ. concurring)

 

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r. v. durham regional crime stoppers inc.

Durham Regional Crime Stoppers Inc. and

X.Y.                                                                                                                 Appellants

v.

Her Majesty the Queen                                                                               Respondent

and

Director of Public Prosecutions                                                                     Intervener

Indexed as: R. v. Durham Regional Crime Stoppers Inc.

2017 SCC 45

File No.: 37052.

2017: January 20; 2017: September 22.

Present: McLachlin C.J. and Abella, Moldaver, Karakatsanis, Wagner, Gascon, Côté, Brown and Rowe JJ.

on appeal from the ontario superior court of justice

            Criminal law — Evidence — Informer privilege — Anonymous informer

 

            Held: The appeal should be dismissed.

 

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