Is a prisoner entitled to full disclosure of information provided by the CCRA?

Ontario, Canada

The following excerpt is from Tyler v. Attorney General of Canada, 2015 ONSC 1283 (CanLII):

A prisoner is to receive full disclosure unless s. 27(3) of the CCRA requires that information must be withheld. (see Athwal v. Ferndale Institution, 2006 CarswellBC 2271, para. 23)

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