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COVID-19 and the courts: March 23 update

Today's update for courthouses across Canada

COVID-19 and the courts: March 23 update

Courts across Canada are taking extraordinary measures to control the spread of the new coronavirus COVID-19. Below is a roundup of new actions courts are taking across the country.

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