In a COVID-19 case brought by and on behalf of various homeless persons in Toronto, what is the scope of the injunctive relief?

Ontario, Canada


The following excerpt is from Poff v. City of Hamilton, 2021 ONSC 7224 (CanLII):

In the recent case of Black v. City of Toronto, 2020 ONSC 6398, injunctive relief was brought by and on behalf of various homeless persons in Toronto during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. However, unlike Black, the applicants here do not limit their prayer for relief for a declaration to “the context of the COVID-19 pandemic,” and a suspension of enforcement of the By-Law during the ongoing pandemic. In this case, the applicants entreat a full hearing on the merits and seek to strike down the impugned By-law as unconstitutional, having served notices on the Attorneys General of Canada and Ontario. Background:

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